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Ana Morales Company: Flamenco Edition: Reunion
Ana Morales and David Coria convey the passion of flamenco with determination and artistry, taking a journey through the palos, flamenco's different styles, that show the performers' emotions and feelings.
- Written by: Javier de Frutos
The company of all-male dancers present two new works inspired by life and death, by choreographers Pontus Lidberg and Javier de Frutos.
Bob Mortimer & Andy Dawson's Athletico Mince Live
The popular duo bring their hit comedy podcast to the stage, with songs, stories and tongue-in-cheek antics.
Mind The Gap presents a compelling and personal account of nine interwoven true stories based on themes of family, friendship, love, loss, the everyday and the extraordinary.
Fri 5 May
Death Puppet Klezma Jam: Mirth And Misery
Mirth And Misery present a cabaret line-up of puppet characters that interact, transform and expire to the skeletal rhythms, rotten dances and bone jangling beats of four-piece klezma band Benny and the Cheesegrinder.
Interactive family show where you can meet a host of impressive creatures, including every child’s favourite flesh-eating giant, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Fri 2 Jun
East Is East
Suba Das directs a new production of the Olivier Award-winning comedy about family life. With Vicky Entwistle as Ella and Kammy Darweish as George.
The Elves and the Shoemaker
The story of the kindly shoemaker and his wife and the mysterious helpers who turn around their fortunes. Ages 4+.
Thu 20 Apr
Fri 21 Apr
Gecko: The Wedding
The physical theatre company combines movement, imagery and provocative narratives to create emotionally charged and spectacular performances inspired by the complexity of human nature. They share their struggle between love and anger, creation and destruction, community and isolation.
A solo play by multi award-winner Kieran Hurley, with an original sonic score by Michael John McCarthy, that weaves a picture of a familiar city at the moment of its destruction, asking what would we do if we found ourselves at the end of our world as we know it. Directed by Julia Taudevin and Alex Swift.
Letters to Windsor House
Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit return with their new play on, or about, or circling, the housing crisis.
The Machine Stops
- Directed by: Juliet Forster
- Written by: E M Forster
Juliet Forster directs Neil Duffield's adaptation of EM Forster's classic short story exploring our increasingly complex relationship with technology. Featuring a soundtrack composed by John Foxx, pioneer of electronic music and founder of Ultravox, and analogue synth specialist, Benge.
A Machine They're Secretly Building
Proto-type theatre company explores the pernicious threat of 24-hour surveillance in a performance that combines original text and classified intelligence documents with film from digital artist Adam York Gregory and sound design by Paul J Rogers. Booking is essential.
Theatre Temoin use mask, puppetry, and physical theatre to explore homelessness.
Mitch Benn: Don't Fear The Reaper
The comedian performs musical satire and questions whether death is anything to fear.
NT Connections 2017
Youngsters perform 10 new plays as part of the annual talent showcase.
Inspired by the extraordinary experiences of real female footballers, Offside tells the story of two modern professional female footballers as they seek to find a future in the game, through exploring its past. Four women from across the centuries live, breathe, and play football. Whilst each of them face very different…
Out Of This World
Psychological thriller meets medical drama in an action-packed multimedia performance from acclaimed writer and director, Mark Murphy.
The Seas Of Organillo: (Ages 12 And Above)
The master puppeteer Stephen Mottram reimagines the journey we all make from conception to birth with a score by composer Sebastian Castagna.
The Storyteller: Foolish Jack And Other Stories
Join Chris Bostock for an interactive tale suitable for children under four and their families.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
- Written by: Jonathan Rockefeller (adapt)
Based on Eric Carle's hand-painted books, Jonathan Rockefeller's family-friendly stage production uses a menagerie of 75 lovable puppets to faithfully bring to life the four stories: The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse, Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
The Wrong Honourable Game Show
Theatre Hoodang! presents an evening of weird and wonderful games, sketches and live music where Question Time meets Celebrity Juice, cabaret meets conference and revolution meets rave.