Everyone deserves to be loved, and even the most notorious outlaws could have the most fragile hearts…
Is it really bad luck for the groom to see the bride before their big day?
‘There’s something there, just on your shirt…’
This is liveness. This is authenticity™ This is potentially a very, very bad idea.
A deeply capitalist dictatorship looms… Welcome to The Superstore.
New Labour is a comedy drama about being in debt, being young and dreaming of something better.
You have been in cryo-sleep for 60 years. You have 89 missed calls from Earth.
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.
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Dennis Potter’s powerful play follows the action of seven children in the countryside on a long summer’s afternoon in 1943. Escaping the domestic struggles of wartime Britain they spend their time playing and fantasising about their fathers far away in the war.
Set in a small isolated community in the Smoky Mountains where religion and superstition intertwine, folk music, dance and dark humour are combined to tell the tale of witch boy John and his love for the beautiful Barbara Allen.
THE WEATHER MACHINE is an immersive, multimedia performance installation. The piece places the audience at the heart of a grassy landscape, where sound, image and text converge. Inspired by the day’s weather conditions, the installation explores how the rain, the clouds and the heat of the sun work to connect us to each other and ultimately shape our lives.
A solitary hotel, surrounded by chaos, welcomes its first guests in a very, very long time. As the long-serving staff shake off the rust and jump into action, it soon becomes apparent that they have forgotten how to do their jobs. With their attentions diverted, it doesn’t take long for chaos to creep in through the cracks.
We invite you to ‘FEAST’, an immersive, contemporary performance exploring food and the notions of consumption, feasting and festivity. 7.30pm Stage One £9.00 (£7.00)
by Joshua Ling and Robin LeichThe play combines existentialism, philosophy and gritty northern humour as the growing number of characters discuss the complexities of astrophysics, existence and domestic drainage. 7.30pm Alec Clegg Studio £8.50 (£6.50)
Don’t miss a refreshing mix of stand up, spoken word, song and story. Compered by former Glastonbury Festival and Radio 4 Poet in Residence Kate Fox www.katefox.co.uk Doors 7.00pm Show 7.30pm stage@leeds Foyer £5.00 (£4.00)
This new work marks the centenary of the start of the First World War by exploring this whole century of conflict through music, song and first-hand accounts. 7.30pm Stage One £9.00 (£7.00)