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From a war-torn African state to conflict in a British Detention Centre, The Bogus Woman follows the journey of a young African poet and journalist, seeking asylum. Researched with asylum seekers at Campsfield and Tinsley House Detention Centres, this urgent and explosive production is a gut-wrenching testimony to the abuse of human rights in Britain. The winner of a Fringe First Award in Edinburgh 2000.
Comedy about four bouncers at a night club - the actors playing over 20 characters . ...It's Friday night it's club night - time for bouncers to come alive! All-new, up-dated version (1998). Meet giggly girls, lads on the make, Hooray Henries, pogo-ing punks and a smooth-talking DJ - all set against the tatty, glitzy glamour, flashing lights and pulsating beat of the dance floor... Contains strong language.
Set in a Liverpool Nightclub the comedy tells the story of the toughest, meanest and probably the only female bouncer in town. It's single mother Bunty's last night on the door before she jets off on holiday to Butlins, Pwllheli with her Daughter and then starts a new career as a Beautician. As well as playing Bunty, Lynne plays nine other characters including The Scouse Tart, A Dippy Bride on a Hen Night, A Drug Dealer, Maria the Kebab Assistant and the Drag Artist Shona Snatch. Burn your fluffy bras and leave your hot pants at home - it's smart dress only. And, if you're wearing jeans or trainers you're not getting past Bunty - at least, not without a very vigorous body search.
Three 70-something hard working cleaners are facing the axe. They are past their best, beyond their sell-by date and over the hill but they certainly won't take their redundancy lying down. These game 'girls' set up a phone-sex service "The Telephone Belles" and that's when the fun really begins. Their bosses don't know about it, their families don't know about it and their very willing customers definitely don't know about it. They're the only chat-line girls with dusters, attitude and their very own bus passes!
The Doppel Gang combines the wild wit of iconic comedy giants The Marx Brothers - Groucho, Harpo and Chico - with generous helpings of British humour and humility. War wages in Europe, while back in Blighty a group of entertainers battle to save a theatre from closure by masquerading as The Marx Brothers. As the Blitz tears through London, a hopeless theatre manager, Lombard, persuades a desperate double act, Tommy and Cyril and not-so-convincing male impersonator Rachel to join him in an audacious stunt; one last roll of the dice to save his building and boost morale. The curtain is about to rise, but so are the stakes as an unprecedented series of revelations leads to an exhilarating chain of events. Will anyone believe they are the real Marx Brothers?
It is 1942. At the Falcon Hotel, on the edge of an airfield in Lincolnshire, Teddy, a young bomber pilot is celebrating a reunion with his actress wife Patricia. Events take an unexpected turn, when Peter a famous heartthrob film star arrives, and an urgent bombing mission over Germany is ordered. As the night gives way to dawn, Patricia finds herself at the centre of a passionate conflict of love and loyalty as unpredictable as the war in the skies. Flare Path was first performed in the West End at the Apollo Theatre in 1942. It is based on Rattigan’s own Bomber Command experiences when he served as a tail gunner during the Second World War.
5 OCTOBER - 10 OCTOBER
23 NOVEMBER - 28 NOVEMBER
YVONNE ARNAUD THEATRE, GUILDFORD
9 NOVEMBER - 14 NOVEMBER
LIVERPOOL PLAYHOUSE, LIVERPOOL
16 NOVEMBER - 21 NOVEMBER
PALACE THEATRE, SOUTHEND
1 SEPTEMBER - 5 SEPTEMBER
RICHMOND THEATRE, OUTER LONDON
28 SEPTEMBER - 3 OCTOBER
ARTS THEATRE, CAMBRIDGE
12 OCTOBER - 17 OCTOBER
THEATRE ROYAL, WINCHESTER
3 NOVEMBER - 7 NOVEMBER
BELGRADE THEATRE, COVENTRY
22 SEPTEMBER - 26 SEPTEMBER
NORTHCOTT THEATRE, EXETER
15 SEPTEMBER - 19 SEPTEMBER
MALVERN THEATRES, MALVERN
17 AUGUST - 29 AUGUST
DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE, EASTBOURNE
7 SEPTEMBER - 12 SEPTEMBER
THEATRE ROYAL, BATH
19 OCTOBER - 24 OCTOBER
NEW WOLSEY THEATRE, IPSWICH
Amanda Wingfield was once courted by seventeen gentleman callers in on afternoon. Now she yearns for the days when her daughter Laura will captivate the world. But Laura lives out her own dreams with her cherished collection of glass animals - until the man she has loved from afar arrives at the apartment. The Glass Menagerie is a poignant and intensely moving exploration of a fragile fantasy world - a world that might easily be shattered.
When Gulliver returns from another amazing experience at sea, his family are more than a little perplexed. They had just about coped with the giants, the tiny people, the floating islands and outlandish inventions. But a world ruled by horses? That's a different kettle of fish. Only one thing is certain; family life will never be the same again. Join us for an uproarious theatrical adventure as Gulliver and his family learn to live together in a strange new world where weird is the new normal.
Venture into Hill House and you may never be the same again. People have died there, people say it is haunted, people don't want to be there when it gets dark; when the terror starts...Not suitable for children or the faint of heart.
Walkern 1712. A "witch" is hanged. The first in decades. While the village fears the return of witchery, the accused's daughter Ann befriends the local cunning woman: the solitary Jane Wenham. Days later, a tragedy occurs. Jane is accused of witchcraft - and Ann leads the charge. Inspired by events in a Hertfordshire village, Rebecca Lenkiewicz's beautiful, throat-catching new play is alive with mysteries of nature, sex and the supernatural, and blasts society's hunger to find - and create - witches.
Last year 4,000 people drowned trying to get to Europe in rickety migrant boats. The UK government responded by eliminating support for the main rescue programme. One man's job is to pull bodies out of the Mediterranean; the sea that gave birth to the world. And in the UK, a payday loan collector tramps from door to door hearing complaints about immigration and the jobs crisis. In a story of divide and rule, two strangers strive to find human connection in a world of separation. This is the story of two Europes - one that people are desperate to enter, and one that people are desperate to keep for themselves.
Following a plane crash on an uninhabited island, the story follows the actions of a group of adolescent schoolboys as they battle against the elements for survival and supremacy. The island becomes a dark and dangerous place, where dreams turn to nightmares. A stunning tale of bullying, power, identity and violence.
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.
How Now Mrs Brown Cow is part of the hilarious series written by and starring Brendan O'Carroll.
8 DECEMBER - 12 DECEMBER
ODYSSEY ARENA, BELFAST
16 JUNE - 20 JUNE
MOTORPOINT ARENA CARDIFF, CARDIFF
1 DECEMBER - 5 DECEMBER
SHEFFIELD MOTORPOINT ARENA, SHEFFIELD
24 NOVEMBER - 28 NOVEMBER
LIVERPOOL ECHO ARENA, LIVERPOOL
9 JUNE - 13 JUNE
METRO RADIO ARENA, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
15 DECEMBER - 19 DECEMBER
23 JUNE - 27 JUNE
LEEDS ARENA, LEEDS
16 SEPTEMBER - 16 SEPTEMBER
THE HYDRO, GLASGOW
7 JULY - 11 JULY
THE O2 ARENA, OUTER LONDON
Set in World War II, Narvik tells the story of a Liverpudlian man and a Norwegian woman pulled together and torn apart by war as the events of one summer cause ripples across an ocean of time. Lizzie Nunnery explores her dual creative strands - writer and singer/songwriter - to conjure a play where music and words meet, creating a patchwork of memory and dream, truth and fantasy.
A high ranking government minister with a colourful past is sent on a delicate diplomatic mission to Istanbul. But when his trip ends up in a horrific bar room brawl, social media explodes and the enigmatic darling of a political party becomes Europe's most wanted man overnight. Chased by the authorities, damned by religious leaders, pursued by those looking for vengeance and head-hunted by fanatics, his Odyssey begins. Plunged into the ancient past Odysseus must now contend with all the unworldly beings and unnatural phenomena that stand in his way. The Cyclops, the Sirens, witches, whirlpools and flesh-eating armies must all be overcome in the struggle for survival and the long voyage back to the present day. Back at home, with her husband missing presume dead, his wife Penelope and their young son are besieged by the press, ravenous for the full story.
Marie was there, she saw it all happen. She was the witness. In court she looked across the room to meet her boyfriend's gaze - but he looked straight through her - his eyes seemed unfocused, distant. She remembered his soft touch, his smile and his stories. She remembered these from the time before he aimed the gun. Before he fired the gun. Before the four shots rang out and the man fell to the ground. She was there. Marie saw it all happen... and at home there sat a sister waiting for her brother to return.
It's Christmas! It's the Royal Court! It's going to be really silly! Fred Lawless is back at the Court for the 7th consecutive year with a Christmas show that will make you laugh, make you sing and make you glad that you got off your backside and bought a ticket. Following on from the five star smash that was Scouse Of The Antarctic this year's show will be chock full of jokes and songs that will set you up for a real Liverpool Christmas. This year we are off to Ancient Egypt so we will have sand dunes, show tunes, hired goons and a script soon! There'll be pyramids, soft lids, old bids and more sand than you can shake a stick at! This is going to be one of our craziest and funniest Christmas shows yet, so what are you waiting for? Get your asp down to the Royal Court this Christmas!
While you can expect a heroine with long flowing locks and a gallant Prince, the traditional story may get a little 'Tangled' along the way. With a live band, plenty of belly laughs and more than a few surprises Rapunzel is sure to be the perfect festive treat.
The story of frustrated young (illegally young in modern terms) love and death and the vendetta between two families in a tight-knit Italian community. One of Shakespeare's most popular and enduring dramas it has also been re-done as film, ballet, musical (most notably "West Side Story") and ice spectacular!
"When she gon come? I lookin at de people dem but I can't see her. She a pretty lookin ting, she does stan' out amongst these faces dripped in dissatisfaction..." Evangeline is waiting; she has been waiting a long time. She waits for the Black Swan to glide through the station and show her a little warmth and kindness. She waits for a ticket home to Trinidad, the sun, the mango trees, and the street vendors selling curry. She waits for Shirley the daughter she let walk away all those years ago. "I try not to tink about she too much, 'cause de pain dem thoughts bring it like a heard of buffalo runnin wild in a field, an I beneath dem foot." Will her daughter ever return to her and can she ever forgive the Mother that let her go?
'Pray you, sit by us, and tell's a tale. Merry or sad shall't be? As merry as you will. A sad tale's best for winter.' A tale of passion, jealousy, fantasy and fairytale, the play charts the transition from winter to spring, tragedy to comedy, and revenge to romance. It is the story of high adventure where an angry King falsely accuses and discards his family to his later regret