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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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This new play takes its inspiration from classic comedies from writers such as Noel Coward and adapts them for a contemporary audience. Expect multiple intertwining plots, overlapping narratives and sharp dialogue in this tribute to style, wit and impeccable manners.
Ot[her] is a one-to-one immersive piece of theatre, exploring what lies beneath the surface of us all…
You see we all die, just some people die sooner than others. That’s nature This original theatre piece combines physical theatre, choreography, music and text in a multi-layered exploration of the events surrounding the Moors Murders.
BLACK ROCK is a digital performance that explores the extraordinary desire of humans to move through mountains, to scale vertical walls and to seek new physical and intellectual heights.
“No child or future generation will know what this was like, will ever understand.”
How well do you know those around you? Monday morning. Silchester Publishing Ltd. Seven colleagues. Alex, Emma, Hugh, Julia, Kathy, Phil and Susie arrive at work as usual, but then, an alarm.
Mix-ups, mayhem and muscle memory. Sometimes she imagines herself in army films, sometimes in musicals, and sometimes she imagines being knocked off a gondola by a very large wave; this isn’t how she thought procedural and semantic recall recovery would be.
“Let’s go for a drink. I don’t know what I’m doing here anyway. One drink. And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again.”
Terrible things breed in broken hearts.
Following a one-night stand, B drags her best friend E to the clinic. As they nervously await their test results, they reminisce about their previous relationships, sexual encounters, and breakups, in an attempt to understand what led them to this moment in time.