This musical celebration of female pioneers in aviation is brought to you by first year Theatre & Performance students.
If you are curious about the ratio 80:20… come along and see what we can do with the technologies of projection, microphones, and live feed cameras.
Now in its Eighteenth international year the world’s best loved One Minute play festival returns for another night of tiny theatre.
stage@leeds young company presents a modern fairy tale that asks the questions ‘Are Dragons all bad’ and ‘How hard can it be to purchase a reasonable property in a rural enchanted forest location’? Join us in the forest for a fresh look at our most cherished bedtime story characters. This production was created by stage@leeds…
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Exploring the small yet transformative power of touch, the often overlooked can sometimes become the simplest of solutions.
After the success of their five-star award-winning farce ‘The Starship Osiris’, Willis & Vere are back with a brand new touring comedy farce about the pretentiousness of theatre and the tragedies of war.
After the success of their last show, ‘Miscellaneous’ “the most fun… intriguing and fantastically odd” (The Scribe), Toasted Peacocks are terribly thrilled to get stuck into a brand spanking new piece.
As people begin to leave her behind and her naivety starts to dwindle, will Racheal find her own way in the world? ‘Port’ is about leaving from the perspective of someone who stays.
“Embrace beautiful lies- the chronic insanity of the sane.” 4.48 is a painfully honest yet poetic view of clinical depression, and the notion of dependency and loneliness.
Sliding Doors Theatre’s first production is a theatrical spectacle, that takes the audience into the internal conflicts and psychological struggles of a person unable to move on with her life.
‘I’m a perfect duplicate of myself. Everything about my new body is identical to my original body. It just so happens that I was built from scratch this afternoon.’
Mike Leigh’s hilarious representation of the new 70’s middle class reveals the fears, obsessions, preconceptions and pure outrageousness of its seemingly superficial characters.
A visual treat of Bharatanatyam and vibrant classical Indian dance performed by students of the Devika Dance Theatre academy.
I know what you must think. But you know, there’s nothing like someone cutting your dad in two for clearing the mind.