Salford Arts Theatre

Salford Arts Theatre
Kemsing Walk, Salford, Greater Manchester, M5 4BS
  • Telephone 0161 925 0111
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  • Website www.salfordartstheatre.co.uk
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#beinspired - New Writing - Part Of Shelagh Delaney Day Weekend

An evening showcasing new writing talentPart of Shelagh Delaney Day #BEINSPIREDLibby Hall writer in residence at Salford Arts Theatre heads the evening showcasing northern talentWRITERS, DIRECTORS ACTORSSTORIES CREATED BY US AND FOR US

Sat 23 Nov

£8 / 0161 925 0111

Charlie Bubbles By Shelagh Delaney - Part Of Shelagh Delaney Day Weekend

Albert Finney plays Charlie Bubbles, a successful writer suffering a mid-life crisis, who attempts to re-connect with his northern working-class roots and estranged family.Based on a screenplay by Shelagh Delaney (A Taste of Honey), the script clearly references both her and Finneys personal experience of their shared…

Sun 24 Nov

£4 / 0161 925 0111

Dick Whittington - A Traditional Pantomime

Our Inhouse Professional Family Pantomime appeals to all, from children to not-so-grown-up grown ups.Dick Whittington seeks his fame and fortune ….along the way he fights the evil King Rat with the help of hs friends

Sun 1 Dec

Sold out / 0161 925 0111

Wed 4 Dec

£7–£30 / 0161 925 0111

Thu 5 Dec

Sold out / 0161 925 0111

…and 20 more dates until 31 Dec

Getting The Third Degree By Dougie Blaxland - Rough House Theatre & Live Wire Theatre

In dramatising Laurie Cunninghams meteoric rise to stardom Getting The Third Degree also explores how he and his fellow black players - Brendon Batson and Cyrille Regis - triumphed over the racial abuse and physical threats often orchestrated by The National Front through a potent combination of footballing brilliance…

Thu 7 Nov

£10–£12 / 0161 925 0111

Fri 8 Nov

£10–£12 / 0161 925 0111

Out Of Time By Tim Keogh

Out of Time explores the life of Brian Jones, the founder of The Rolling Stones. We first encounter Brian, barely out of his teens, as he auditions Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in the seedy back streets of Soho in the summer of 1962. We follow their progress as they play their first London concerts and obtain a…

Fri 25 Oct

£8–£10 / 0161 925 0111

Sat 26 Oct

£8–£10 / 0161 925 0111

Sgt Doms 1940's Variety Show

Sgt Doms 1940s Variety Show certainly has the feel good factor.Its a good old fashioned sing -along show where everybody is encouraged to join in with no excuses because on the night everyone will be given a song book.and waving Flags.We will have special prizes for the best 1940s dressed on the nightThis show consists of…

Sun 10 Nov

£8–£10 / 0161 925 0111

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