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In 1964, a new phenomenon exploded on to the dingy British streets. It was the essence of all that was cool. It was Mod. Mods stuck two fingers up at the class-ridden society and its dull redundant culture. They were working-class free spirits who rode sexy streamlined Italian Vespas or Lambrettas. The sharpest Mod of all was known as a 'FACE'. THE SMALL FACES encapsulated all that is Mod, a unique blend of taste and testosterone, neat, clothes obsessed, and street-wise. But these cult sophisticates shared another passion, their dedication to 'Rhythm n Blues.'
Featuring the music of the Small Faces
City and country, old and new collide at Colonel Pawar's ancestral home - the shabby and un-chic Lakshman Villa. Confined within these walls, his wife Mrs Pawar pines for the cultural polish of London, New York or Paris! Enter the good looking and newly eligible Ronny - a quiet and withdrawn young British man who is here to scatter the ashes of his love. The Pawars have found a potential suitor to their quick-witted and resolute daughter Katrina, who is sharp, sassy and in complete control, until she learns of her parents intentions. What could possibly go wrong?
It's 1979, rubbish is on the streets of Lockleaze, and growing up is tricky for Fiz, Higgy and Ginger. Rick remembers what it's like to be a teenager. So when he decides to build a junk playground, he's pretty sure he has the charisma to get a bunch of reluctant kids involved. He's wrong. Inspired by the true story behind the Lockleaze playground known as 'The Vench', established over 30 years ago and still operating today, Junkyard is a story about Bristol, for Bristol, from BAFTA award-winning writer and Bristolian Jack Thorne
This brilliantly honest and witty new musical is a coming-of-age story about friendship and standing up for what matters
A two-part dramatization of Elena Ferrante's celebrated Neapolitan quartet of novels. This modern family saga chronicles the lives of friends, Elena and Lila, following them from their childhoods in a poor, tough neighbourhood of Naples, through passionate love affairs, burgeoning careers and family struggles. But even as life repeatedly tries to pull the two in separate directions, Elena and Lila remain inextricably bound to one another. A powerful story of love, violence, sex, ambition, genius and self-destruction, the two-part play is an exploration not just of female friendship and rivalry, but of Italy after the war and the decades of political turmoil and cultural change that followed.
World Premiere. This stage adaptation condenses Ferrante's four novels (My Brilliant Friend, The Story of a New Name, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, The Story of the Lost Child) into one play presented in two parts. Audiences will be able to see both parts in one day, or on separate days.
Betty O'Barley and Harry O'Hay are excellent scarecrows who love each other and decide to get married. Harry sets off to search for wedding day essentials. However, when the farmer notices he is missing a scarecrow, he replaces Harry with the devilishly smooth Reginald Rake. Can Reginald persuade Betty he is the scarecrow for her? And will Harry make it back in the nick of time?
Stewart Lee began stand-up at the age of 20 in 1988, winning the Hackney Empire new act of the year award in 1990. In the 90's he contributed to various BBC Radio comedy shows, including Fist of Fun and On The Hour, with Steve Coogan and Chris Morris, performed as a stand-up almost nightly on the London circuit, and co-created four series for BBC2 with Richard Herring.
The Twits is the story of Mr and Mrs Twit, a very happy couple, but seldom happy at the same time. What really makes them happy is playing nasty tricks on each other. Mr Twit is a born twit whose beard has hundreds of bits of old breakfasts, lunches and dinners on it. Mrs Twit is no better - she has a glass eye which she likes to drop in her husband's beer saying "I told you I was watching you. I've got eyes everywhere so you'd better be careful." The best word to describe them is DISGUSTING.
A delightful adaptation of this well loved tale to introduce very young children to the world of theatre.
Features a menagerie of 75 puppets during a 60-minute show that faithfully adapts four of Eric Carle's best loved books for the stage: The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse,Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly and, of course, The Very Hungry Caterpillar
We're going on a bear hunt. - We're going to catch a big one. - What a beautiful day! - We're not scared. A family go on an expedition of a lifetime - running down the grassy bank, wading through the cold river, squelching over the oozy mud, stumbling into the dark forest, then peering into a cave...