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Everyone creates their own coping strategies or rules for living. But what happens when an extended family gathers in the kitchen for a traditional Christmas and they each follow those rules, rigidly?
Explore the tragic, funny and often unbelievable life of fiction’s most famous Jew in this acclaimed theatre production that has toured over 50 countries.
18th February 4pm Stage OneFree entrance (30 minutes performance followed by a Q&A) £FREE Feathers is a project that explores ways of making dance and movement more accessible and inclusive to the Blind and Visually Impaired (B/VI) community. It has been devised by choreographer Sandrine Monin, in collaboration with and performed by a group of…
Why do we lie? To be liked, to be seen as impressive, for the thrill of it all?
‘Everyone lived like we did! Well maybe not everyone, everyone. But… I wasn’t any worse than anyone else.’
by Andie Curno Enter into the dreamscape world of Marlowe as they navigate the riptides of identity, friendship, young love and sexual awakening. In this coming-of-age play, the lives of three young people are intertwined in a powerful LGBTQIA+ story, celebrating their experiences. Yet, Marlowe’s memories resurface like waves, carrying in their depths the swallowed…
In 1965 Marshall McLuhan said ‘There are no passengers on spaceship earth. We are all crew’. In this festival of design-led performances, students from the MA Performance Design programme present original performances that explore the interconnections and interdependencies between people and environments in the context of climate crisis. Full Programme TBC Mon 06 – Fri…
It’s May 1997. Tony Blair has won the election and Katrina and the Waves have won Eurovision. Channel 5 is a month old. No one knows who Harry Potter is. Britain is the coolest place in the world. 
Evelyn and Joe were the top spies in the Communist regime, but a betrayal by their lover lands them in the pits of nothing, running pointless surveillance out of a newsagents. But when their ex-lover returns decades later – now, their new boss – they have a chance to return to glory. And they will do anything to make their dreams come true.
In rooms like this room people lie. Not little lies, the kinds of lies that kill people, or worse…

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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 …
Truth and time, science and poetry, noise and heat, the classical and the romantic, all fuse together brilliantly in Stoppard’s wickedly funny and poignant masterpiece.
Commemorating the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare and his continued global influence, Shanghai Theatre Academy present excerpts from four of his works using traditional Chinese operatic and puppet styles.
When a brave group of women decide to stand up for peace, they find a powerful, yet unlikely strategy to get their own way. They tell their men the sex stops unless they stop fighting.
The actors are preparing for their fourth night of the Farce ‘Nothing Untoward’ and final checks are being made by the stage manager. But an agent is coming to watch the show, one of the cast’s props has gone missing and the actors are beginning to suspect one another.
Inspired by Oxbridge elite dining societies such as the Bullingdon Club, whose members once included David Cameron, Posh explores the British elite’s unquestioning sense of entitlement and a right to rule.