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New York City, 1943. William 'Fred' Parsons, a young writer from Louisiana, meets Miss Holly Golightly, a charming, vivacious and utterly elusive good-time girl. Everyone falls in love with Holly, including William - but he is poor, and Holly needs rich. Will she marry Rusty, playboy millionaire? Or Jos?, the future president of Brazil? As war rages in Europe, Holly begins to fall in love with William - and then her past catches up with her...
30 JUNE - 17 SEPTEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET, WEST END
18 APRIL - 23 APRIL
NEW ALEXANDRA THEATRE, BIRMINGHAM
13 JUNE - 18 JUNE
THEATRE ROYAL, PLYMOUTH
13 JUNE - 18 JUNE
BORD GAIS ENERGY THEATRE (FORMERLY GRAND CANAL THEATRE), DUBLIN
25 APRIL - 30 APRIL
MAYFLOWER THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON
12 APRIL - 16 APRIL
THE LOWRY, SALFORD
4 APRIL - 9 APRIL
GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, LEEDS
15 MARCH - 19 MARCH
MARLOWE THEATRE, CANTERBURY
3 MARCH - 12 MARCH
The Golden Girls - Ida, Lucille and Doris are - The Cemetery Club. Every month they meet at Ida's to go and visit their respective husband's graves. They gossip, bitch a little and prepare to become joint bridesmaids at a friend's umpteenth wedding and.....prepare for the future. A delightful comedy of romance.
Pope John Paul I is not long dead, autumn is closing in and Pat Farnon has ?some business' to do in town. Set in Ireland in October 1978, The Man In The Woman's Shoes follows the life of Pat Farnon as he walks to town and back again. Funny, tender and at times downright daft, this beautifully observed piece has toured across the USA and Ireland, including a sell-out run at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin.
The Naked Truth is an comedy drama set in a pole dancing class. As five very different women struggle hilariously to conquer pole dancing for a charity event, they share laughter and tears in this hilarious, sad and ultimately moving play. Not suitable for under 16s. Contains adult content and strong language.
From the humour of the barrack room initiation, to the powerful moment in the trenches before they face almost certain death at the Somme, this startling and memorable play follows the experiences of eight volunteers serving in the 36th Ulster Division at the beginning of the First World War. They came from Derry, Coleraine, Tyrone, Enniskillen and Belfast, united by the Ulster cause and ancient instinct more than a hatred of the Germans. But only one survives, haunted years later by the ghosts and memories from his past and the burning question "Why?" Winner of many awards including The London Evening Standard Award, The Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, Harvey's Best Play Award, The Cheltenham Literary Prize and The Plays and Players Award.
Othello, a Moor, falls in love with Desdemona but is broken by jealousy falsely encouraged. Shakespeare's most human play sets delicacy and power, trust and jealousy, love and hate, good and evil in stark and tragic opposition. Powerless in the face of their own self destructive instincts, the characters are caught on a downward spiral towards inevitable tragedy.
Ireland at the end of the 19th Century. Political and religious hostilities are dividing a passionate population. Away from home and in unfamiliar surroundings, the young Stephen Dedalus starts to question his Catholic upbringing as he reaches towards a vaster spiritual and artistic existence. James Joyce's semi-autobiographical work is an early example of his evocative stream-of-consciousness style, exemplified by later works Ulysses and Finnegans Wake. First serialised in ?The Egoist' magazine between 1914 and 1915, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man was published in book form in 1917.
Homeless Tino McGoldrig once had splendid things. But he has lost it all - including his mind. He now dives into the raw and wonderful wounds of his past through the romantic world of his namesake Rudolph Valentino.
Tina can't get through to her son. Stuck on the drink and tormented by her past, what will she do to get his attention? Paddy is a quiet man just looking for someone to talk to. He's a Republican but he'll shake his fist at anything these days. When Queen Elizabeth II makes her first visit to Ireland, Tina's post-protest party brings out the worst in everyone. What lengths will people go to, to make a connection?
When morality goes out the door anything can happen! It's the nineties. It's small town Ireland. Vera's back. The O'Tooles are at each other's throats. Vera has inherited the family hotel. But what are her plans? Alone in the world, she takes drastic action; locking herself in the hotel with her brother-in-law and Finbar Reilly her unlikely childhood sweetheart, in tow. 'What other society, town, civilised country would put up with it?'
Set in a bar in a remote part of Ireland, the local lads are swapping spooky stories to impress an attractive young woman, Valerie, recently arrived from Dublin. What begins as a simple visit to the local pub soon turns out to be an evening of both funny and spellbinding stories, until the final tale takes a strange and unexpected twist...Hailed as the best new play of the nineties, when The Weir premiered at the Ambassadors Theatre, London in 1997, it won McPherson the Evening Standard ‘Most Promising Playwright Award, and in 1999 it won the prestigious Olivier Award for ‘Best New Play .