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Broadcasts directly from the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and other famous theatres around the world onto a big screen. Broadcasts may be of live performances or "Encore" screenings of previous famous productions recorded "as live".
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Squash Box Theatre's new show is a celebration of everything Christmassy, from fir trees, fairy lights, sleigh bells and snowflakes to crackers, carols, presents and puddings! Meet a snowman who lives in the fridge, try and spot some naughty elves, play hunt the brussel sprout, endure the world's worst Christmas jumper and gaze at the 'beautiful' Christmas fairy... Learn about Yuletide traditions old and new, hear the story of the first Christmas Tree and even explore some festive science. The Christmassy Christmas Show of Christmassy Christmasness! is an over-stuffed stocking of seasonal surprises crammed with puppets, songs, quizzes and comedy, and over-flowing with crazy characters, silly slapstick, tall tales and fantastic facts - all presented in that unique Squash Box style!
A festive musical treat from one of the UK's leading contemporary string quartets. This wonderful adaptation for strings and narrator of A Child's Christmas in Wales chronicles Dylan Thomas's own childhood memories and remains one of his most popular and loved works. Stef Conner's new piece is inspired by Benjamin Britten's much-loved work of a similar name. In the extraordinary Sunjata's Time Malian composer Diabat? magically blends the rich musical heritage of West Africa with the sounds of the western string quartet.
Disney's fabulous Frozen in sing-along form
We Are The Lions, Mr. Manager! is the remarkable story of Jayaben Desai the inspirational leader of the 1976-78 Grunwick Film Processing Factory Strike. She was recently amongst the women who have had the biggest impact on women's lives over the past 70 years as part of the Radio 4 Women's Hour Power List. She brought the issue of workplace exploitation and racism to the fore, challenged the perception of Asian women being inherently passive and docile, whilst having the measure of the most brutish and charmless of her managers, telling them: "What you are running here is not a factory, it is a zoo. But in a zoo there are many types of animals. Some are monkeys who dance on your fingertips, others are lions who can bite your head off. We are the lions, Mr. Manager!" She not only stood up for workers' rights and against oppression with selfless dedication, but with her steadfast resolve, she turned the dispute into a national movement for human rights and dignity inspiring future generations.