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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Mozart and Schikaneders ledgendary fairy-tale opera comes to stage@leeds. Follow Prince Tamino and his lovable bird-catcher friend Papageno on their quest to save the princess Pamina from the clutches of an evil sorcerer. The pair soon learn that things in this world are not quite what they appear to be…
Internationally renowned artist Massimiliano Balduzzi performs ‘DOIEB SI TAU: language for a requiem’ In the form of a direct address a lone performer pushes language and character to breaking point. DOIEB SI TAU is a study of loss and transformation, crafting a ritual of wilful separation, and a purging of the self.
Forget About The Dog Theatre Company brings you an off the wall exploration of escapism through fast-paced and witty dialogue, slapstick humour and elements of physical theatre in this bombastic yet heart-warming original comedy.
In an uncertain future, two makeshift kingdoms rise from the ashes of humanity. As the self-appointed Kings and Queens feud over their newly claimed territories, they become locked in a violent war of attrition. When open warfare fails to yield results, a string of devious plots endanger lords and serfs alike.
A new musical theatre work taking inspiration from Graeme Gooday’s book Domesticating Electricity. This devised production will explore technological developments and their impact, reflecting on the ‘end of night time’ as well as the effect on musical theatre spectacles of the period.
Once upon a time, a man named Noah was sent by God to save all the animals of the world on a big boat. Once upon another time, God forgot to send them home. Oops.
Ever thought about what happens in all of these spaces while you are watching a performance? We invite you to join us on a journey which brings the inner workings of live performance into view.
‘All along the back water, through the rushes tall, ducks are a-dabbling, up tails all’ Wind in the Willows is a charming children’s story about a community of animals and their riverside homes… or is it?
Generate is the culmination of nine weeks of workshop sessions in a celebration of new, devised physical performance. Working with a group of 16-18 year olds from Leeds, Manic Chord will create a new show exploring contemporary ideas and issues using Manic Chord’s disctinctive physical and visual style.
In the midst of the candy credit crunch crisis, we have given up hope …