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Alice follows the white rabbit down his hole into Wonderland and the adventure begins.
In a strange world with even stranger characters, she meets a grinning cat, joins a mad tea party and plays croquet with the Queen! Lost in this fantasy land, Alice finds herself growing more and more curious by the minute...
This affectionate, moving and fantastically funny homage to the greatest comedy double act that Britain has ever seen vividly brings back warm memories of a bygone era. Recreating some of the finest moments of Eric and Ernie's television and stage performances, cherished moments from the archives sit alongside new material created by the performers. Together they make a brilliant comedy that recreates the all-ages appeal of Morecambe and Wise in their heyday.
Based on the author's real-life experience of war torn Italy in 1918, A Farewell to Arms follows the story of Frederic Henry, an American ambulance driver in the Italian army and his relationship with British nurse Catherine Barkley. In the turmoil of the closing months of The Great War Frederic and Catherine discover the redemptive power of love and experience the loss of innocence as they cement their relationship in a time of devastating conflict.
Acclaimed theatre makers imitating the dog bring their unique theatrical vision to Ernest Hemingway's seminal First World War novel A Farewell to Arms. In a year that marks the 100-year anniversary of the start of World War One, this production seizes the opportunity to tell one of the great love stories of the twentieth century. A premiere of the first UK adaptation, the production fuses video projection, beautiful stage design and original music to create an extraordinary version of Hemingway's powerful meditation on love and the brutality of modern warfare. Suitable for age 14+
The fabulous, if short lived, TV series on stage.
This event takes place at Kesgrave Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Ipswich, IP5 1JF
Four men lay their client's arch enemy to waste. Their client is abroad, the nation is convulsed with outrage and all they can do is wait for the situation to calm. Knaresborough and the world will never be the same again. Four Nights in Knaresborough wrenches the lid off history with an explosive version of what happened after Beckett's murder in Canterbury Cathedral. Contains strong language and themes of an adult nature.
Strong language and graphic content make this play suitable for ages 14 and over.
In 1997, a British film about six out of work Sheffield steelworkers who had nothing to lose, took the world by storm. And now they're back, live on stage, only this time, for them, it really has to be...THE FULL MONTY. Rediscover the six men, their wives and their children and what they had to do to keep it all together.
Irreverent and funny, this brand new romp from writer Ben Langley will take you on an hilarious adventure through the heroic and daring world of Sherwood Forest led by the world's favourite outlaw Robin Hood and his merry men (in tights!). Original, clever and laugh out loud funny, Ha Ha Hood! is not to be missed.
A comic drama about adolescent schoolboys. A group of bright, funny sixth-form boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university. A maverick English teacher at odds with the young and shrewd supply teacher. A headmaster obsessed with results, and a history teacher who thinks he's a fool.
The Hogwallops are a family who constantly bicker, scheme and play practical jokes! They live in a chaotic crazy home that is more like an adventure playground where the ordinary always becomes extraordinary. Every day activities are extreme, with simple tasks such as bedtime and teeth brushing needing a bungee and high level jet-spray. Dressing is a game of flying aerial wardrobe antics, and meal times are a nerve-wracking display of juggling food and crockery. With lots of laughs and acrobatic stunts that will leave the whole family entertained. For all the family!
Running time: 55mins
Men are funny things. Triple trophy winner Alister Lownie (Bantam League baseball, 1986-7) is one of them. Katherina Radeva (rhythm gymnast) is not. Being a man, though, is something else. You can man up. You have to, when your team's a man down. Stand and take it like a man. Alister and Kat have been thinking about men and power. Bruce. Clint. Maggie. Sheds and tea. Heavy machinery and pocket gadgets. And watching.
Opened at the Ambassadors Theatre in London on 25 November 1952. The World's Longest Running Play! A group of people gathered together in a remote part of the countryside discover there is a murderer in their midst. The question is which one of them is the guilty party.
Private Peaceful tells the heart-wrenching story of Tommo, a young First World War soldier awaiting the firing squad at dawn. During the night he relives his short but vivid past: his terrifying first day at school; the accident in the forest that killed his father; late-night poaching with Molly, the love of his life; and the battles and injustices of war that have brought him to the Front Line. Age 8+
Running time: 1hr 40mins (inc. interval), Age recommendation 8+
"Let's go up the River." Thus saying Jay, George and Harris (to say nothing of the Dog) as the trio set sail up the River Thames and into an hilarious comedy classic of quintessentially English charm.
Originally intended as a guide to boating on the Thames, Jerome's ripping yarn of youthful friendship, mischief and folly celebrates the very essence of Britishness inspiring many of our comic legends from Morecambe and Wise to Monty Python. Original Theatre Company take this classic tale of British misadventure and folly by the scruff of the neck. Equipped with a working pub, live piano accompaniment, some ale, music hall singing, a dog and a feast of physical comedy, settle yourself in for a night out to remember.
Thursday 14 February 1895 was the triumphant opening night of The Importance of Being Earnest and the zenith of Oscar Wilde's career. Less than 100 days later he found himself a common prisoner and bankrupt, sentenced to two years hard labour. But what happened during the trials and what did Wilde say? Was he harshly treated or the author of his own downfall? Using the actual words spoken in court, we can feel what it was like to be in the company of a flawed genius - as this less than ideal husband was tragically reduced to a man of no importance.
"No one knows why that fat bird in year 8 killed herself, but she got everyone a day off school! So they're having a party for her? - it's gonna be epic!" For best friends Jade and Paris, the lead up to the big night where everyone is logging in, updating and messaging, brings discoveries that casual viral actions have serious real-life consequences.