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Based on an original idea by Nobby Dimon and Simon Corbie from the book by John Buchan. This brand new version will be performed by four actors playing a minimum of 150 roles and contains every single legendary scene from the award-winning movie including the chase on the Flying Scotsman, the escape on the Forth Bridge, the first theatrical bi-plane crash ever staged and the sensational death-defying finale in the London Palladium, besides many other favourite cinematic moments, including the memorable and controversial 'stockings and suspenders' scene!
As the Great War gathers pace, Agnes and her sister Edith revel in their new-found independence and prosperity as Barnbow lasses. Not only does their danger money buy them a new life of confidence, men, work and politics but the thrill of a new future, full of fun, friendship and freedom. In the wake of the catastrophic 1916 explosion, the women discover the true cost of the cry for ?More Shells!' Alice Nutter (My Generation) brings her unique voice to this incredible story of Yorkshire grit, determination and solidarity, marking 100 years since the largest ever single loss of life in the history of Leeds.
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...
30 JUNE - 17 SEPTEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET, WEST END
18 APRIL - 23 APRIL
NEW ALEXANDRA THEATRE, BIRMINGHAM
13 JUNE - 18 JUNE
THEATRE ROYAL, PLYMOUTH
13 JUNE - 18 JUNE
BORD GAIS ENERGY THEATRE (FORMERLY GRAND CANAL THEATRE), DUBLIN
25 APRIL - 30 APRIL
MAYFLOWER THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON
12 APRIL - 16 APRIL
THE LOWRY, SALFORD
4 APRIL - 9 APRIL
GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, LEEDS
15 MARCH - 19 MARCH
MARLOWE THEATRE, CANTERBURY
3 MARCH - 12 MARCH
Dancing Bear explores personal stories surrounding faith and sexuality, through dance, live music, drag performance and text. Part-theatre, part-gig, with a heart full of furious compassion, candour and humour. Dancing Bear offers an unflinching provocation in addressing the often desperate balancing act many LGBTQ people continue to attempt between personal integrity, social & cultural acceptance and spiritual peace.
Conceived by Director/Musician Jamie Fletcher and Writer/Musician Beccy Owen, Dancing Bear features a multi-talented cast, and deftly swings between the bleak and the bawdy. At its heart is a question that is relevant to people of all backgrounds and beliefs: ?how and who should we love?'
From Eve Ensler, the Tony Award-winning writer of The Vagina Monologues, comes a new trilogy of short plays, exploring the lives of four extraordinary, ordinary women. Seen in one evening, Avocado (first seen at the Playhouse in 2015), Pomegranate and Coconut reveal, with dark humour and powerful emotion, the humanity behind the headlines. Avocado - A young woman's funny, shocking, poetic journey towards freedom. Coconut - A survivor, a woman, begins to enjoy the one thing she has never fully owned... her body. Pomegranate - A regular working day in the life of a brothel, as seen through the eyes of two women.
Pip's s impoverished childhood takes on a new dimension when he meets the strange Miss Havisham. An unknown benefactor turns Pip into a gentleman but he falls prey to the corruption of money.
Up in the Yorkshire mining towns of 1960s Britain, a little hope was a dangerous thing. Social disintegration and disenchantment taught you to accept your lot; or else get the spirit kicked out of you. Yes, back then, life was certainly grim up North... Especially for our hero; streetwise school-kid Billy Casper. Emotionally neglected - bullied at school and at home - his is a pretty bleak existence; smoking, cadging money and getting into scraps...Until, that is, Kes comes along. Kes is a kestrel that Billy rears and trains; Kes is hope. Together, their friendship shines amid the gloom; but how long can it last...?
In An Englishman Abroad, actress Coral Browne receives an intoxicated visitor to her dressing room in a Moscow theatre. He's a familiar, upper-class Englishman - the disgraced double-agent Guy Burgess. Invited to dine at his flat, she is given one simple instruction - 'bring a tape measure'. A Question of Attribution follows Anthony Blunt, esteemed art historian and Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures. A chance encounter with the Queen leads to a sharp exchange of wits, but will he reveal to her what would later be revealed to the world - that the man who worked in the heart of her household was also a Soviet spy?