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Russia, 2018. The FIFA World Cup is in full swing, and so are the Russian and English hooligans. As the final approaches, the country has turned into a rioting war-zone with more hooligans and police than ever before. What can you do when an entire country has been engulfed in mindless violence? Pull off the heist of the century of course, England and Russia working together while England and Russia are on the streets killing each other...what could go wrong? Bob The Russian promises to be Naughty Corner's most insane show yet, with usual razor sharp dialogue, hilarious and outrageous goings-on, a larger than life soundtrack, the largest cast to date and a story you're going to have to see to believe. Contains frequent strong language and violence
Chalk About is a playful, funny and sometimes moving look at how we see ourselves and others, featuring dance, conversation and one perfect scene containing everything you could wish for... Join the cast on their journey as they find answers to some big questions about identity and the meaning of life. Is it where we are from? Or how we talk? Our pasts or our futures? Or is it about the way we dance?
Age guide: 8+
Join shy and reserved Kiko on a magical chalky adventure in this show which dances, draws and giggles its way through from beginning to end!
Stick around after for a free, interactive workshop with the company - please come in clothes you don't mind getting chalky!
Emily has always wanted a baby. Ever since she was a girl looking after her kid brother. Ever since she was a girl with dolls, dressing them up, feeding them sugary water from a tea spoon, singing songs to get them to sleep at night. Now she is having one. It's a girl: she knows that. She's just had her 19-week scan. How to Get a Baby is a brand new, surprising play about a woman who sells her baby. It is an ultrasound of illegality, love, hope and broken promises.
How to Survive the Day follows the story of five young people in school, who all have a different story to tell about how getting through the day can be difficult. There is Peter, a boy with chronic self-esteem issues; Katy, who is a high functioning student but with an anxiety disorder; Ruby, who loses herself in her books and prefers to find friends in a fictional world rather than the real one; Daniel who has a dysfunctional family so he comes to school hungry, making it hard for him to function so he steals food from his classmates. Finally there is Zoe, a young carer - and today is the day her mum is taken into hospital. This is a play about the stuff going on inside the heads of young people and how it can affect their outlook on the world, their view of themselves and consequently their behaviour.
A new play written by ATT Young Writers. Based on an idea by Meghan Davies. Performed by students from Cheshire College South & West. Ages KS2.
Numbered Days is an award-winning play that follows Rebecca and Charlotte as they fall in love 5,000 miles apart. Rebecca, an Oncology student from England and Charlotte, an Irish fashion student now studying in Los Angeles, met by chance online. As their relationship develops from platonic to romantic, they finally decide to meet in person. However, with life and university schedules getting in the way, that won't happen for five months. Without any knowledge of what the future may hold, Rebecca and Charlotte book a flight and agree to make it work. However, cracks begin to show when issues of trust present new challenges for the relationship. Soon the pressure of their situation leaves Rebecca and Charlotte questioning whether they can hold on for their five months and, if they do, what happens when they inevitably separate again? Numbered Days is a stark look at love in the digital age, challenging the age-old question of whether love can overcome anything.
Winner of the Dame Janet Suzman Playwriting Prize