Stockton Riverside College

Stockton Riverside College
Harvard Avenue, Thornaby, North Yorkshire, TS17 6FB
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B.f.a.b. Born From A Boombox

Adam Harrison's BA(Hons) Final Major Project Join in a night of electrical talent, from street to musical theatre. Join our musicians, dancers, actors and singers, as this show will have it all and will be a night of appreciation of the arts, showcasing pure, raw talent. The night will be full of colour, music…

Thu 11 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£4.50–£5

Cats

BTEC Musical Theatre Level 3 advanced course presents the amazing award winning musical ‘Cats’. Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot, the musical tells the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make what is known as 'the…

Wed 14 Jun

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£10–£12

Thu 15 Jun

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£10–£12

Fri 16 Jun

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£10–£12

Sat 17 Jun

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£10–£12

A Celebration Of

Emma Devlin's BA(Hons) Final Major Project An evening of Musical Theatre, celebrating various styles, practitioners and works within the genre. It is an evening to enjoy with performers showing work of a professional standard, taking the audience on a musical journey.

Wed 17 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£6

Communities Combined

Tom Wells & James Todd's BA(Hons) Final Major Project A show that brings several community performance groups together from around the North East. Over the past couple of months, they have been rehearsing the material for the performance, involving drama, music and dance.

Tue 9 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£4–£5

Eyes Wide Open

Emma Dixon's BA (Hons) Final Major Project A physical theatre production inspired by the outstanding work of DV8. Eyes Wide Open use a combination of physical theatre and contemporary/lyrical dance, that will display a 90 minute hard hitting realisation of social and relationship issues to inspire and inform…

Wed 3 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£5

The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

Open the wardrobe doors, push through the fur coats and enter the wondrous land of Narnia… When Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are evacuated to a country mansion, they discover a magical world through a mysterious old wardrobe. Journey with us to Narnia; an enchanting land where mythical creatures roam, animals speak…

Musical Montage

Emily Burrell's BA(Hons) Final Major Project A journey through the West End and Broadway. From Chicago to Blood Brothers, Musical Montage guarantees to have something for everyone!

Wed 10 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£3–£5

Musical Theatre Fundraiser

Come along and enjoy an evening of entertainment when BTEC Musical Theatre students will perform a variety of work which they have been working on over the past term. This will include song, dance, and drama and the proceeds of this show will help fund the students' summer production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's ‘Cats' the…

Thu 30 Mar

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£7

Playhouse Creatures

by April De Angelis The year is 1669 and London's theatres have just reopened after 17 years of suppression under the Puritans. The first English actresses appear on the stage and their arrival is greeted with the same level of excitement given to today's celebrities. Through the fortunes of Nell Gwynn…

Wed 26 Apr

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£6–£8

Fri 28 Apr

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£6–£8

Stigma

Chloe McLean's BA (Hons) Final Major Project Raising awareness of the misconceptions of mental illness in society, portrayed through drama, featuring aspects of dance, music and physical theatre. Come experience what others do on a daily basis; for one night only, mental illness will bare all, and it won’t be the…

Thu 4 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£4–£5

The Taboo Tales

Lauren McGarvey & Sasha Westfield's BA(Hons) Final Major Project Our show is a night of drama and dance, raising awareness of taboo subjects, which are rape, abortion, abuse, racism, body shaming and LGBTQ+. As a society, these subjects need to be addressed in a way that’s comfortable and what better way to do…

Tue 16 May

The Margaret Armstrong Theatre

£5–£6

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