Forget the malevolent ambition to seize the throne of Scotland. Think smaller, much smaller… This is the darkly comic story of one man’s ruthless ambition to usurp his unappreciative boss and take over the business but does he have the ingenuity to succeed?
stage@leedsYoungCompany: National Theatre Connections 2023 Audition Date: Sat 03 December 2.00pm stage@leedsyoungcompany are looking for members to be part of the 2023 National Theatre Connections festival. We are looking for enthusiastic, collaborative individuals to join us. We will be rehearsing and performing the brilliant, funny and moving ‘Strangers Like Me’ a new play by multi…
It’s the early hours of the morning and Danny’s the last straggler at Laura’s party. The flat’s in a mess. And so are they. One more drink?
Step into a forest full of wonder and watch the magic unfold in a ‘genie’-us re-imagining of 1001 Arabian Nights. Immerse yourself in stories of sellers, tales of traders and mysteries of merchants. With princes, paupers and puppets, and terrifyingly low prices.
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Offering an unflinching exploration of the power and perils of ideology, this new play uses audience voting, along with stage and screen acting, to transport viewers to an unsettling vision of UK politics in the year 2027.
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.