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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!
It's 1974 and 8 year old Jo is snuggled up on the settee in her polyester nightie, eating an arctic roll and reading ?Jackie' magazine. She is idly glancing at the telly when there on the screen is a woman unlike anyone she has ever seen. Jo knows, in that moment, the woman before her is the woman she will one day become. That woman is Hattie Jacques. 40 years later, and Jo has followed Hattie's footsteps. Thoughtful, funny, warm and nostalgic, this one woman show takes an affectionate look at the life and career of a remarkable woman in show business.
Lord and Lady Strapvocash are inviting the great, the good and the otherwise to their grand town house De Grey Hall for an evening of Shakespearean theatre. You'll meet an array of twenty characters, all with murderous motives in mind. Join us for this devilish evening of danger served up with a side order of suspense (and cake). But can you spot the killer in your midst?
Performed by members of the Theatre Workshops course at York Theatre Royal, this is an immersive evening of drama and death.
De Grey Rooms
Set between the First and Second World Wars, Brideshead Revisited tells the story of Charles Ryder and his relationship with the aristocratic Flyte Family particularly the flamboyant Sebastian (and his teddy bear Aloysius), and his beautiful socialite sister Julia. Charles falls in love with both of them and we follow his journey from the dreaming spires of Oxford to the outbreak of the 2nd World War.
It's 1943 and finding himself in familiar territory within the English countryside, Charles Ryder confronts memories of his first youthful encounter with Brideshead Manor and with its assortment of eccentric inhabitants. In the acclaimed playwright Bryony Lavery's sparkling new reimagining of the classic novel, the past and the present blur as Charles recalls those heady days at Brideshead and Lord and Lady Marchmain along with their offspring, Julia, Cordelia and Sebastian Flyte re-emerge...
Welcome to Eden. The year is 2044 and Earth is a lifeless wasteland. The only chance of survival is to be accepted into Eden, a city enclosed in a protective dome where the inhabitants are free from the dangers of the Outside but the promise of paradise may not be all that it seems. Eden follows two individuals, their emotional journey of social exclusion, and their struggle to survive in a world where there is little room for forgiveness. Dynamic movement is fused with poetic text and woven throughout is a powerfully composed soundtrack. Using satirical commentary and physical interpretation, Displace Yourself Theatre present parallels of the challenges surrounding homelessness and explore the social divides that exclude many communities.
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.
A devised piece based on Dido and Aeneas, focusing on the theme of the current refugee crisis.
This production takes place at Theatre 1, St John University
King Lear divides his Kingdom between his daughters according to a declaration of their love for him. His eldest Goneril and Regan exaggerate their affection and inherit. His youngest daughter Cordelia speaks only the truth and is banished. So begins the tragedy of King Lear, whose dignity, sanity and finally life are torn from him by a self-seeking younger generation, ambitious for his power. What is love, what is madness, what is truth - Shakespeare explores these questions together with many others in King Lear, widely considered to be his greatest tragedy.
A Palestinian actor learns there's more to English girls than pure sex appeal. A Pakistani-born terror suspect figures out what's wrong with his first novel. A British youth suspects all is not what it seems with his object of desire. A New Yorker asks his girlfriend for a sexual favour at the worst possible time. Love, Bombs & Apples is the comic tale of four men, each from different parts of the globe, all experiencing a moment of revelation.
"You talk as if a god had made the Machine," cried the other. "I believe that you pray to it when you are unhappy. Men made it, do not forget that." In a dystopian world where humans have retreated far underground, Kuno alone questions their now total dependency on technology to live and communicate with each other, but in his struggle to break out can he reach the Earth's surface before the Machine stops?
World Premiere. EM Forster is best known for his exquisite novels, but his short story masterpiece published in 1909 is astoundingly prophetic and poignant in 2016, and is a chilling prediction and exploration of our increasingly complex relationship with technology.
The Merry Wives is a superb medley of a comedy piled high with excruciatingly funny episodes of pure farce. Mrs Page and Mrs Ford are feisty wives who plot to outfox the devious advances of the philandering Falstaff. Mr Ford's jealousy, and determination to prove the suspected infidelity, leads to hilarious and heartrending consequences.
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.
Run Time 2 hrs 15 mins. For its 60th year The Mousetrap at the St. Martin's Theatre is to introduce a small charity fee of 60p on each ticket, in addition to the regular ticket price, which will be applied entirely for the benefit of charities working with young people and the arts, including Mousetrap Theatre Projects.
Medieval plays on the life of Christ.
This event takes place at York Minster
Here's another unique opportunity for you to make a play with us over the May bank holiday weekend and to get involved in every aspect of the production. Turn up on Friday evening, find out what the play is going to be, and work with our directors over the weekend to rehearse a show that you'll perform on the Monday night. You can sign up to be an actor, a prop maker, a poster designer, a stage technician, a costume maker, or even work with our catering staff to create a pre-show menu. We want you to explore all aspects of our new building and help to give it a big, jolly, ceremonious 'Welcome Back'.
On his foggy Dartmoor estate, Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead with a look of bewilderment on his face and suspicious paw prints next to his body. Has the demon hound struck again? Can our legendary detective and his trusty sidekick solve the mystery of the Baskerville curse before anyone else comes to a grisly end? A cast of lightning-fast actors will turn horror into howling comedy full of quick fire wit, tongue-in-cheek humour and physical slapstick in this barking mad theatrical extravaganza.
Prospero, Duke of Milan, his dukedom usurped by his brother Antonio, is put to sea with his daughter Miranda and some magical books smuggled in by his loyal councillor Gonzalo. The sea casts them up on an island where Prospero, exercising his magical powers, makes a home for himself and Miranda. One day a great storm, which Prospero has conjured, breaks up a passing ship and delivers to him the members of his usurping court. Treacherous brother, fellow conspirators and old friend alike come under Prospero's spell. Shakespeare's last play.
On a platform out at sea, a group of disillusioned young women have formed The Community - a new type of society and a better way of living. But can you change the world if you've taken yourself out of it?
This production takes place at Theatre 1, St John University
Classic drama that unfolds in the aftermath of the Trojan War as a series of shattering events in the lives of the women inside the walls of Troy: Hecuba, Cassandra, Andromache and the beautiful Helen.
Performed by the 14 - 16s York Theatre Royal Youth Theatre groups.
This performance takes place at Theatre 1, York St John University
A fantastic new play with one actor and one live musician that unravels the story of a wayward, fragile and misunderstood boy who lives on his wits and untamed imagination. A brilliant, clever, brave new play celebrating all things ?wild' with fabulous live music and fresh moves. For every misunderstood child, their teachers and families up and down the land.
Funded by the Wellcome Trust, this remarkable new play is informed by intensive research into the condition of ADHD in children.