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‘Happiness, heroics and hydras.’
“Welcome to the Happy Holiday’s office.”
Open Theatre and Theatre Group are excited to present a showcase to celebrate all that is theatre.
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…’
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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“It’s a simple question; Do we bear monsters? Or do we create them?”
From rejection to acceptance to power, navigate the rocky road of what it means to be a woman through the eyes of Kanyaa, the daughter.
Ten members of an exclusive Oxford University Gentlemen’s Dining Club are meeting for an evening of elitist extravagance. As the alcohol flows, banter descends into bullying and animosities begin to surface. Tensions are scrutinised, friendships shattered and the climax of the soiree holds devastating consequences for everybody involved.
Meathead looks at toxic masculinity and male fears of insecurity through a character with an interesting but believable set of contradictions.
stage@leeds associate artist Devika Rao reflects on the diverse cultural traditions of India and Indian Dance with performances by academy students and invited guest artists.
James Petrie is a minister living in rural Scotland with his daughter Larissa and wife Hannah. When Hal Devereaux, an American businessman, arrives late one night, it seems just another burden for an over-worked minister. However, Hal may not be as charming as he first seems.
In the post-apocalyptic near future, civilisation has not ended, in fact Valerie and Jim are hosting a dinner party for Greg and Fiona.
Following a hugely successful inaugural tour, Emergence, the postgraduate dance company of Joss Arnott Dance and the University of Salford, returns with a new cohort of 12 dancers, two new works and the chance to see a reimagining of one of Arnott’s acclaimed productions.
Broken Chords can Sing a Little: artistic and performative practices beyond neutrality Isabel Lima, community-based artist, Teesside Respondent: Lindsay Rodden (playwright and researcher, University of Leeds) Broken Chords Can Sing A Little is a series of community-based art projects that began in 2016, commissioned by the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art. Calling upon classical mythology,…
Broken Chords can Sing a Little: artistic and performative practices beyond neutrality Isabel Lima, community-based artist, Teesside Respondent: Lindsay Rodden (playwright and researcher, University of Leeds) Broken Chords Can Sing A Little is a series of community-based art projects that began in 2016, commissioned by the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art. Calling upon classical mythology,…