Join us for an evening of stunning flamenco with the Daniel Martínez Flamenco Company.
A deeply capitalist dictatorship looms… Welcome to The Superstore.
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.
The influence of the work and legacy of Konstantin Stanislavsky (1863-1938) endures across the broad field of the performing arts, and his prominence as a male figure receives renewed debate and criticism. In a wider and contemporary context, the proliferation and expansion of the term ‘gender’, continued inequalities and understandings of intersectionality provoke us to…
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Memories are what make a person. If no-one can remember my life, what was the point of me living it? A surreal comedy which discusses loss of identity, the concept of redemption and the danger of eating too many crepes. In the dark depths of the Devil’s administration office, our heroes work their 9 to forever jobs assigning punishments and generally keeping things in order. That is, until they receive the blank form…
Charley Brooks, Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance, is celebrating his tenth wedding anniversary. However, there’s no food, no hostess and Charley has accidentally shot himself through the ear!
“And was Jerusalem builded here, among those dark satanic mills?” In the whimsical and robust landscape of rural Wiltshire, the reckless locals gather together for an unmissable night full of whizz, wangers, sick beats, tasty birds and rum’n’ribena…..
An exploration of the theatrical potential for horror and monstrosity, and the relationship of these to gender and femininity.
We must love one another or die. It’s New York, July 1981. A strange disease is killing gay men and it’s on a rampage. Writer Ned Weeks and his friends come together to stop others from dying. The media is either condemning or ignoring them and the health department and the mayor are giving Ned the cold shoulder.
Green Day’s ‘American Idiot sees three restless young men, Johnny, Will, and Tunny, searching for meaning in a post 9-11 world. Johnny and Tunny flee a suffocating lifestyle of parental restrictions and media overload in Jingletown, while Will stays home to work out his relationship with Heather, his pregnant girlfriend.
‘Man is a fruit, a creature of juice and colour and perfume. They would tear out his pith and turn him into a robot. A man who cannot choose ceases to be a man.’
“Evolution is a completely natural change, but no one expected we’d change this fast.”
A celebration of the 400 year legacy of William Shakespeare and the 60th anniversary of the opening and ground breaking work of the University of Leeds ‘Man Made Fibres’ building. The stage@leedscompany uses Shakespeare’s first folio, the work of Sculptor and Artist Mitzi Cunliff and the PCI costume Archive as inspiration for a new production full of contemporary humour, 1950’s glamour timeless magic.
Love can overcome information. Information can transform love. Love can manifest in information. Information can translate love. Love can replace information. Information can empower love.