Everyone deserves to be loved, and even the most notorious outlaws could have the most fragile hearts…
Is it really bad luck for the groom to see the bride before their big day?
‘There’s something there, just on your shirt…’
This is liveness. This is authenticity™ This is potentially a very, very bad idea.
A deeply capitalist dictatorship looms… Welcome to The Superstore.
New Labour is a comedy drama about being in debt, being young and dreaming of something better.
You have been in cryo-sleep for 60 years. You have 89 missed calls from Earth.
Gi60 is back!
Inside Yellow Sound invites one audience member at a time to animate the world of the play and engage in a series of interactions between different sounds, colours and movements.
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Open Theatre and Theatre Group are excited to present a showcase to celebrate all that is theatre.
“Welcome to the Happy Holiday’s office.”
‘Happiness, heroics and hydras.’
An opportunity to see a filmed rehearsal of the international research project ‘Song of The Female Textile Worker’. The film which will be shown after an introduction to the project by stage@leeds Artistic Director Steve Ansell and project Lead Dr Haili Ma. There will be a question and answer session after the event. NOTE:…
Join members of the ‘Song of the Female Textile Worker’ creative team for a live discussion about the progress of the project so far. The post-show discussion consists of a panel of the UK-China creative team and is chaired by Dr. Joslin McKinney, Associate Professor in Scenography at School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds. We are…
Streaming from: Thursday 27th May 11.00am Live Online Discussion with the Creative team Friday 04th June 11.00am Starring: Rousang Wang Produced by Haili Ma Script by Haili Ma Script consultant: Mary Cooper Directed by Steve Ansell & Haili Ma Music: Jianyao Ye Lyrics: Shu An Digital creators: Nick Bax and Abby Hambleton Created…
Water@Leeds water governance webinar series – Creative ways toward healthier human-river relationships
In recent years, research in various disciplines has demonstrated the importance of inclusive and transdisciplinary modes of water governance (if this is even the right word) for both human and non-human health and wellbeing. Bringing this about in real world contexts of inequalities and competing interests can, however, be something else entirely! This challenge has encouraged scholars to experiment, to push their usual modes of engagement and thinking across disciplines and publics.
Radical Performance Knowledge webinar series – CLIMATE LENS: The Human Story in a More-Than-Human Frame
Webinar: CLIMATE LENS: The Human Story in a More-Than-Human Frame Una Chaudhuri Una Chaudhuri will present the work of “CLIMATE LENS,” a collective of theatre makers and educators who seek ways to expand the artistic conversation on climate. In particular, CLIMATE LENS strives to avoid approaching the climate primarily as a problem to be solved,…
Last year, the Ilkley Clean River Group’s (ICRG) (https://sites.google.com/view/cleanwharfeilkley/home) citizen-led campaign achieved a first for rivers in the UK – bathing water status for a stretch of the Wharfe, Yorkshire. As a key figure in the ICRG, Kathleen Roberts will share some of her experiences within this potentially transformative process.
In April 2021, Vania Belén Suárez and Amy Sharrocks met on a street corner in Leeds for a conversation about water as part of The Ballad of Crown Point Bridge. By the banks of the River Aire, at the very point that it connects with the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and the Aire & Calder Navigation which bisect England, they began a conversation about water as a natural element which led them into the connections of water with migration, mobility among nation-states, border control and race.