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Opened at the St James Theatre in London on 17 November 1943. Originally entitled Ten Little Nigger Boys after the nursery rhyme but renamed on account of political correctness. Ten people are invited to a remote country house for the weekend and are killed one at a time - but who is their deadly host?
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, And There Were None is revived on stage to follow in the footsteps of the company's hugely successful tours of Murder on the Nile, Go Back for Murder and Black Coffee.
30 JUNE - 4 JULY
NEW THEATRE, CARDIFF
20 JULY - 25 JULY
MILTON KEYNES THEATRE, MILTON KEYNES
1 JUNE - 6 JUNE
THE WOODVILLE HALLS THEATRE, GRAVESEND
8 JUNE - 13 JUNE
THE HAWTH, CRAWLEY
22 JUNE - 27 JUNE
FAIRFIELD HALL, OUTER LONDON
26 MAY - 30 MAY
RICHMOND THEATRE, OUTER LONDON
6 JULY - 11 JULY
HARROGATE THEATRE, HARROGATE
19 OCTOBER - 24 OCTOBER
THEATRE ROYAL, GLASGOW
27 JULY - 1 AUGUST
THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
17 AUGUST - 22 AUGUST
GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, LEEDS
13 JULY - 18 JULY
THEATRE ROYAL, BRIGHTON
In small town Scotland, a group of friends meet to talk about their hopes and fears for the future.
Regarded by many as a classic, the multi-million selling album Steeltown went straight to the number one slot in the album charts when it was released in 1984, produced by Steve Lillywhite. The band will perform songs from the album as well as their classic hits and live favourites such as Fields of Fire, Chance, Where The Rose Is Sown, Wonderland, Look Away and many more taken from their eight other studio albums which include The Seer, Peace In Our Time and the triple Grammy-nominated The Crossing.
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...
It's the 1980s and funny men Alec, Angus and Rory are one of Scotland's top comedy acts. And now they are hitting the big time - top of the bill at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow - and it looks like they are just about to get their own TV show. This comedy trio are riding high and nothing is going to stop them. Fast forward to today and the three find themselves together again for the first time in decades. What happened to break the group up? Will they be able to put their past differences behind them? And why do they still care who gets the biggest laugh?
A funny, gritty but ultimately heart-warming musical play about a group of strangers who come together, not always willingly, to sing in a community choir. Week by week, this disparate group - from a Tory councillor to an Iraqi refugee - learn a little more about each other, and themselves, as each member shares a favourite song to be learnt by all. But, as passions and prejudices are revealed, is singing enough to keep this diverse group from falling apart?
Set in a bare, partially underground room, Beckett's 1957 existentialist play finds a wheel-chair bound Hamm passing the time by ordering his servant Clov to move him around, fetch objects and peer out the window for signs of life, while his bin-dwelling parents Nagg and Nell look on.
Classic turn-of-the-century comedy of social manners. A very complicated plot that includes the famous "A Handbag!" line .. Jack Worthing is in love with Gwendolen Fairfax, daughter of the redoubtable Lady Bracknell, and cousin of his friend Algernon. They cannot wed until the mystery of his parentage (he was found in a handbag on Victoria Station) is resolved. Algy discovers that Jack has a pretty young ward, Cecily, living at the Manor and visits her pretending to be Jack's fictitious (and wicked) brother Ernest.
When Inspector Goole calls unexpectedly on the prosperous Birling family investigating the suicide of a poor young local woman his startling revelations shatter the very foundation of their lives. As the Inspector asks insinuating questions it becomes clear that they all bear guilt for the destruction of the woman they have variously exploited for cheap labour, cheap sex and worse - And then the plot thickens. Written at the end of the second World War and set before the first, An Inspector Calls is a brilliantly compelling and haunting thriller.
13 OCTOBER - 17 OCTOBER
REGENT THEATRE, STOKE-ON-TRENT
10 NOVEMBER - 14 NOVEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL CONCERT HALL, NOTTINGHAM
27 OCTOBER - 31 OCTOBER
GAIETY THEATRE, DUBLIN
6 OCTOBER - 10 OCTOBER
ARTS THEATRE, CAMBRIDGE
17 NOVEMBER - 21 NOVEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL, BATH
29 SEPTEMBER - 3 OCTOBER
EVERYMAN THEATRE, CHELTENHAM
10 SEPTEMBER - 19 SEPTEMBER
THE ORCHARD, DARTFORD
22 SEPTEMBER - 26 SEPTEMBER
VENUE CYMRU (FORMALLY - NORTH WALES THEATRE), LLANDUDNO
14 OCTOBER - 15 OCTOBER
PALACE THEATRE, REDDITCH
3 NOVEMBER - 7 NOVEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL, GLASGOW
1 DECEMBER - 5 DECEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL, NORWICH
24 NOVEMBER - 28 NOVEMBER
NEW WIMBLEDON THEATRE, OUTER LONDON
23 FEBRUARY - 27 FEBRUARY
MILTON KEYNES THEATRE, MILTON KEYNES
Bold and irreverent storytelling explores the complex character of this colourful Stewart king - a poet, a lover, a law-maker but also the product of a harsh political system. James I of Scotland was captured when he was only 13 and became King of Scots in an English prison. 18 years later he's finally delivered back home with a ransom on his head and a new English bride. He's returning to a poor nation, the royal coffers are empty and his nobles are a pack of wolves ready to tear him apart at the first sign of weakness. But James has his own ideas about how to be a king and, after 18 years, he finally has the chance to realise them. James is determined to bring the rule of law to a land riven by warring families, but that struggle will force him to make terrible choices if he is to save himself, his Queen and the crown.
In the second of Rona Munro's dynastical trilogy, innocent games merge with murderous intent in a violent royal playground of shifting realities and paranoia. An eight year old boy is crowned King of Scots. Soon James II is the prize in a vicious game between the country's most powerful families, for whoever has the person of the boy king, controls the state. Seen through a child's eyes, the Scottish court is a world of monsters with sharp teeth and long knives. Growing up alone, abandoned by his mother and separated from his sisters, James II is little better than a puppet. There is only one relationship he can trust, his growing friendship with another lonely boy, William, the future Earl of Douglas. The two boys cling together as they try to survive the murder and mayhem that surrounds them. But the independence and power of young adulthood brings James into an even more threatening world. He has to fight the feuding nobles who still want to control him, he has to make brutal choices about the people he loves best, he has to struggle to keep his tenuous grip on the security of the crown and on his sanity....while the nightmares and demons of his childhood rise up again with new and murderous intent.
Like James III himself, the final instalment of Rona Munro's extraordinary trilogy is colourful, brash and unpredictable. It turns its eye on the women of the royal court, both lowly and high born, who prove to be its beating heart. Queen Margaret, married to James III is played by Sofie Grabol, most known to audiences as Sarah Lund in the Danish TV series, The Killing. James III of Scotland. A man who's irresistible, charismatic, a man of fashion and culture. A man with big dreams ...and no budget to realise any of them. Obsessed with grandiose schemes that his nation can ill-afford and his restless nobles will no longer tolerate, James is loved and loathed in dangerously unstable proportions. But Scotland's future will be decided by the woman who loves him best of all, his resourceful and resilient wife, Queen Margaret of Denmark. As dreams battle brutal realities and the nation thunders dangerously close to regicide and civil war, her true love and clear vision offer the only protection that can save a fragile monarchy and rescue a struggling people. But the cost for Margaret herself may be too high.
On a midsummer's night Hermia and her lover Lysander flee from Athens and Demetrius - the man Hermia's father favours as a son-in-law. Demetrius follows, pursued by Helena who loves him in spite of being spurned in favour of Hermia. On the same night Bottom and his friends leave Athens to find somewhere quiet to rehearse their play which is to be performed at the wedding feast of Duke Theseus. Drawn into the woods they enter a world of magic, mystery and wonder.
Mum s The Word 2 - Teenagers is the hysterical sequel to the fabulous sell-out hit Mum s The Word. It is 10 years on from the first show and the mothers are now managing the hopes, dreams and tantrums of their teenage offspring, dealing with everything from sex and drugs to their own marriages, illnesses and dreams, lost and found!
Classic costume drama (Gothic thrills) from the 1930's. A young bride feels the presence of her husband's former wife in the haunting home of Manderlay. Slowly she pieces together the tragic history of the dead Rebecca and confronts the housekeeper Mrs Danvers.
A politically-charged and bizarre double bill by master of the Theatre of the Absurd, Slavomir Mrozek. Directed by Matthew Lenton. In Striptease, two men are periodically instructed to remove an article of clothing by a menacing disembodied being, while in Out At Sea three men try to apply logic to decide which becomes dinner for the others. Both plays embody European drama of the 1950s which cloaked criticism and scorn for politics and social order in offbeat surreality.
Presented in association with Vanishing Point.
Two men love the same woman. Two women love the same man. Vanya is a study of the febrile and passionate inner lives of the four main protagonists in Chekhov’s tragicomedy. Sam Holcroft’s new play explores an inner world of high emotion, memory and missed opportunity which goes beyond despair and longing to reveal two obsessive love affairs that lead nowhere.