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Cyrano loves Roxanne. Roxanne adores Christian. Christian needs help. Cyrano has it all - sensitive, strong, and unrivalled swordsman, a brilliant poet, the ideal man... well almost. Christian can hardly string a sentence together, but he's handsome beyond words. What unites these men? The love of one woman - Roxanne. With Christian's looks and Cyrano's way with words they conspire to make the perfect man and woo Roxanne. But what has Roxanne really fallen for? Christian's looks or Cyrano's mind?
We check our devices 1500 times a week. 214 times a day. Every 5 minutes. We have entered a third, digital industrial revolution. The largest, unregulated social experiment of all time? Or the most progressive, empowering period since the Enlightenment? Is it time for digital regulation or digital freedom? The answer lies with Generation Z.
Join Post-Millennial-iGeneration Young Actors in a promenade take-over of Lancaster Castle's A-Wing prison.
A funny, powerful show for anyone who has loved, lost and who wants to love again. A goose, a witch and a fairy are just a few of the roles Polly Lister has played in her career, but when she eagerly signed a contract for the role of a lifetime, nothing could prepare her for the challenges that were to come... Join Polly backstage in her dressing room for a personal journey through the comic highs and painful lows of the most difficult part she has ever played... a wife. Will Polly find the courage to audition again? This new production blends songs with witty storytelling and high energy performance in an intimate exploration of love, loss and the search for answers.
Set in the notorious Robben Island prison, The Island is a tribute to the men and women who, with indomitable courage and a longing for freedom, were imprisoned for taking part in the fight for a free and democratic South Africa. Following its premiere in 1973, the play toured internationally and was received with enormous acclaim, including Tony Awards for the two actors.
When the prophecy of three witches proclaims that Macbeth is destined to become the King of Scotland, he and Lady Macbeth embark upon a murderous journey of power, treachery, paranoia, betrayal and suicide. Beginning with Shakespeare's text, the powerful and unsettling choreography weaves its way throughout the story, culminating in an unforgettable final act where words falter and finally give way.
In a surrogacy clinic in Gujarat, three women meet. Londoner Eva is in motherhood's last chance saloon. For village girl Aditi, dairy worker and single mother, surrogacy is a lifeline out of poverty. For clinic owner and businesswoman Dr Gupta, it's all just another transaction. But set on the fault lines of profound global forces, can it possibly remain that simple?
A thrilling new play about motherhood and blood ties between women and nations in a brave new world.
Amidst the fashionable society of 18th Century Bath, our heroine Catherine Morland meets Mr Henry Tilney at a Ball in the famous Pump Room, and instantly falls in love with the dashing young man. On being invited to his family home, the somewhat sinister Northanger Abbey, Catherine, already a dedicated romantic believes herself caught up in a mysterious and dangerous situation
Wartime letters between the actress Celia Johnson and her husband Peter Fleming are read by their daughter, Lucy Fleming, together with Simon Williams. These letters from Celia to her husband tell of her experiences during the war - from coping with a large isolated house full of evacuated children, learning to drive a tractor, dealing with rationing, occasional holidays in Cornwall where she took to surfing, and all the while acting for David Lean, Noel Coward and starring in the classic film Brief Encounter in 1945. Not only are the letters highly engaging, but they also provide a fascinating historical insight into that time of true austerity and fearfulness.
Across the world and throughout history, we have been fascinated by remarkable tales of adventure and discovery; conquering Everest, swimming the English Channel and even walking the length of the Amazon! Not all our adventures are quite so far from home however - some of the world's most magical quests can happen where you least expect.
Friends Renton, Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie embark on a horrific journey to the heart of a hellhole world peopled by psychos, junkies, wide-boys and no-hopers. Hilarious but harrowing it charts the disintegration of their friendship as they hurtle towards self-destruction. This production contians nudity and scenes that may shock - not suitable for children.
Please note this show contains nudity, drug references, strong language, and strobe lighting.
'?The Ventoux is a God of Evil, to which sacrifices must be made. It never forgives weakness and extracts an unfair tribute of suffering.' Roland Barthes Lance Armstrong's sacrifice to Mont Ventoux in the 2000 Tour de France was to gift victory to his fierce rival Marco Pantani in the greatest contest the mountain and the sport had ever seen. Marco Pantani's sacrifice was his own life just five years later. Both were plagued by allegations of doping throughout their careers - now one is revered, and the other disgraced. The mystical Mont Ventoux, having claimed the mental and physical health of many professionals before them, was their legendary battlefield.
It's Lancaster, 1942, and a group of young children are doing just that. Amongst the wreckage of war and destruction they make a fantastic discovery. Can they be heroes? A brand new play about war and peace, winners and losers. Through storytelling, song, music and dance Shattering Images will entertain you in their own inimitable style.