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A curious, colourful and candid exploration of ADHD, mental health and diagnosis. Instinctive, curious, bold and bouncy; Sarah is a mighty proud square peg, which wouldn't be such a problem if the hole wasn't so damn round. Sarah grew up feeling different. Her childhood Doctor thought it was sugar. Her current Doctor thinks its ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder). Sarah still feels different, so what will a label do? Will it change the way you see her and the way she sees herself? Developed in consultation with medical professionals, ADHD and mental health support groups, 'Declaration' examines when we want, need or are forced to declare our differences, and the faces we wear to fit in. With autobiographical material, comedy, storytelling, and conversations with audiences, Declaration' takes you on vibrant and daring adventure that asks you to roll around in your weirdness, make a hat out of it and dance.
Originally run in the West End 1995. East meets West head-on in an hilarious 1940's-style updating of the perennial Gilbert and Sullivan classic. Join an heir on the lam, a reluctant executioner and a woman loved by two men in an all-singing, all-dancing colourful show that is certain to provide the ideal evening out for the whole family.
Based on the movie, in turn based on a real life incident. It's 1968, and the Ford auto factory in Dagenham is one of the largest private employers in Britain. In addition to its thousands of male workers, it employs 187 underpaid women machinists who assemble car seat upholstery in lousy working conditions. Shop steward Rita O'Grady joins with union rep Albert Passingham to get a better deal for these hard-done-by women, but soon discovers there's more to the dispute than she realised; women are paid an appalling fraction of the men's wages for the same work across the board. Refusing to put up with it any longer, Rita leads a strike for equal pay. A grinding labour and political struggle follows that will ultimately advance the cause of women's rights around the world.
What would you do if someone you cared for fell in love with the wrong person? Would you try and talk them out of it or leave them to their own devices? Comedy, confusion and sadness all ensue, after Martin's friends and family meet Carol, his not so typical girlfriend.
Limelight Larry rejoins Private Investigator Joe Pirelli and his daydreaming fianc?, Roxy Krasner in a thrilling comedy adventure to find the Pink Belle. It's 1938 and war is looming as they go undercover in a burlesque night club in Hamburg where nothing is as it seems. There they stumble across German military secrets leading to a chain of events that change the course of history. Who or what is the real Pink Belle? Who was responsible for letting dinosaurs loose in New York? And what did they find that has since remained hidden until discovered by a marine survey ship on 12th July 2006? Surely Roxy can't solve all the world's problems and still have time to get married, can she? Discover the answers as its plot twists and turns as comedy mayhem rules in this epic, jaw dropping mystery.
Prudencia Hart is a collector of folk songs, an academic who has devoted her life to the study of folk material. She comes to the village fair in search of songs for her thesis ‘Paradigms of Emotional Contact in The Performance and Text of Traditional Folk Song in Scotland 1572 - 1798’. After the fair she finds herself at a "lock-in" with the locals where songs are sung and stories told. That’s when she hears of the existence of the lost song, the song beyond song... the original song... the uncollected song. She sets off on a journey into the night to find it. Audiences are invited to share a "lock-in" with the National Theatre of Scotland’s company of actors and participate in an evening of supernatural story-telling, music and theatre inspired by the Border Ballads, Burns and the poems of Robert Service.
The Twits is the story of Mr and Mrs Twit, a very happy couple, but seldom happy at the same time. What really makes them happy is playing nasty tricks on each other. Mr Twit is a born twit whose beard has hundreds of bits of old breakfasts, lunches and dinners on it. Mrs Twit is no better - she has a glass eye which she likes to drop in her husband's beer saying "I told you I was watching you. I've got eyes everywhere so you'd better be careful." The best word to describe them is DISGUSTING.