New Wolsey Studio
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3 Stories From Radio 4
John Osbourne presents three stories written and performed on Radio 4.
Alfie Strange: Trained Time Travellers Only
The story of how Alfie Strange gets stuck in a book and escapes it, meeting a host of characters along the way.
Annabelle's Skirtingboard Adventures
Presented by Mark Makin Projects A brand new theatre show for young children which combines animation, film and music, all created live before the audience. Annabelle is the world's smallest elephant, and her friend Icarus is a moth who loves bright lights and woolly jumpers. They become friends with Arthur (who is…
A story about discovering new places and making new friends, told with puppets, original music and imaginative antics. Ages 2–5.
Mon 3 Apr
Tue 4 Apr
Empty Stages perform a love story that breaks through the boundaries of space and time, exploring how free will, science and romance intertwine.
The Elves & The Shoemaker
Full House Theatre's version of the classic tale about a man visited by two elves. With original toe-tapping music, laugh out loud characters, puppetry and even a little bit of real magic. Not suitable for under 3s.
Tom Gill's Growing Pains is a twist on the usual coming-of-age story.
Kriya Arts presents a semi-autobiographical one woman show that introduces the audience to a flat caught between two timelines and personalities.
Hip: Kriya Arts
A solo show about two women who inhabit the same flat at different times.
How To Disappear Completely And Never Be Found
A young executive reaches breaking point and visits a fortune teller to help him disappear, but is alarmed by the events that follow. This New Wolsey Young Company Production of Fin Kennedy's drama is directed by Rob Salmon.
Tue 18 Apr
Wed 19 Apr
Thu 20 Apr
The Magic Paintbrush
Set to an urban soundtrack, the ensemble's version of the book follows the young heroine as she leaps, splatters, swirls, boogies and paints her world into a brighter place and tries to vanquish the mighty shadow of greed.
The Misfit Analysis
Access All Areas presents a captivating exploration of an autistic mind through multi-media, video projection and performance poetry.
Mr Darcy Loses the Plot
Award-winning duo LipService celebrate the life of Jane Austen through a comic tale inspired by the world of women writers.
The Pretend Men: Police Cops
This comedy set in 1976 is staged by The Pretend Men and deals with a mis-matched pair of police officers trying to solve a murder.
Writers and actors Gemma Barnett and Josie Dale-Jones created a heartwarming show for their dead pet fish. It looks at the fish, friendship and keeping each other afloat.