Final year students from the School of Performance and Cultural industries present Maleficarum, originally created as a stage performance but now totally reconceived as a radio play.
The MA module Performance and Collaborative Enterprise (PACE) has brought together young women from China and the UK with diverse backgrounds, from international finance to performance design, translation to management. They have collaborated with The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery to create text, films and images designed to attract a new audience to the gallery, especially…
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What happens when we submit to our darkest desires? Dorian Gray has London wrapped around his little finger, but terrified that time will take away his beauty, he makes a desperate plea for eternal youth. This modern adaptation of Wilde’s novel explores the horrifying repercussions of a life without consequence.
When a young council worker is asked to aid a reclusive widow, he is baffled by her quirky decision to live exactly as she would have in 1950s England. As their relationship deepens, Max must make a decision – allow Tammy to continue living a lie, or attempt to wake her up to the complexities of the modern world?
We are the people with whom we eat Companion, noun. From the Latin com-, together with & panis, bread
Shakespeare Schools Foundation is a charity that transforms lives through the unique power of Shakespeare. Our annual Festival provides a platform for up to 30,000 young people to express themselves and grow in confidence as they take to a professional stage.
David William Bryan returns to stage@leeds to perform two plays in one night – ‘In Loyal Company’ & ‘Fragility of Man’ In Loyal Company, the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Sell out, is the incredible true story of missing World War II soldier and prisoner of War Arthur Robinson, written and performed by his great-nephew, David William…
Light up the night and add your voice to the urban jungle…
Your invitation to the non wedding event of the year – post-intellectual-pseudo-spiritual-feminist-comedy-dance-theatre for today from young, award-winning up and coming theatre company Gracefool Collective Following their Edinburgh and UK tour success with the international award winning five star smash hit This Really is Too Much, Gracefool Collective want to invite you to the non-wedding…
A moving, funny and inspiring one woman comedy experience exploring toilet habits, relationships and the unstable nature of living with an invisible disability. Dive headfirst into the world of someone whose health is their career and flush away the taboo of talking about mental and physical wellbeing.
“An evil genius has kidnapped Elvis from our timeline. Now we have to save him … so he can save the world.”
Is it to your parents, a sibling, politician, lover, landlord, neighbour, religious leader, boss, banker, or simply your best friend? It’s time to tell them the truth before it’s too late.