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Theatre / Plays

Going to the theater is a popular activity in Oxford, especially the outdoor performances of Shakespeare plays in the summer. If you intend to see a show while in town, you should check the listings at the individual theatres and buy your tickets in advance, or else you may be disappointed.

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Oxford Playhouse | Creation Theatre Company | Old Fire Station
Burton Taylor |  New Theatre (Apollo) | Pegasus Theatre
University Theatre | Oxford Shakespeare Company
North Wall Arts Centre | Miscellaneous Theatre in & Around Oxford

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Mermaid

Written and directed by Polly Teale

Oxford Playhouse is delighted to welcome back its Resident Company, Shared Experience, with a bold reimagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of love, loss and desire.

On her 16th birthday, a mermaid rises up to the surface, leaving her childhood behind forever when she falls in love with a mortal prince. She knows that she can no longer live at the bottom of the ocean, but must she destroy herself in order to be loved?

Shared Experience is renowned for its thrilling adaptations of literary classics. Plundering this haunting tale for its dark, erotic, mythic power, writer and director Polly Teale (Mary Shelley, Brontë) transports the story to a contemporary setting in this spellbinding new production.

Using a choir of local young women to create an unearthly musical landscape, Shared Experience conjures the magical world of mermaids.

Age guideline 12+

From the ebb and flow of the narrative, moments of dark enchantment stream to the surface ... heartbreakingly beautiful.***** Times

It's hard to express just how gorgeous, how poignant and how downright radical it is. ***** Herald

The latest work by Shared Experience is wonderfully atmospheric and they craft a rich visual feast **** What's On Stage

This poetic stage adaptation is as profoundly deep as the ocean itself ... as a piece of theatre it works swimmingly well. **** Public Reviews

A beautifully choreographed, innovative and unsettling interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen’s most famous taleStage

Sheer visual beauty **** Scotsman

Performances:

Tue 19/5 19:30 £24 / £21 / £17 / £11

Wed 20/5 19:30 £24 / £21 / £17 / £11

Thu 21/5 14:30 £21.50 / £18.50 / £13 / £11
Thu 21/5 19:30 £26.50 / £23.50 / £19.50 / £11.50

Fri 22/5 20:00 £24 / £21 / £17 / £11

Sat 23/5 14:30 £24 / £21 / £17 / £11
Sat 23/5 19:30 £24 / £21 / £17 / £11

19th to 23th May

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Richard Alston Dance Company

Described by the Times as a “choreographer for whom every dance is a love affair with his chosen music”, Richard Alston brings his acclaimed company back to the Playhouse with a stunning mixed bill.

Alston’s superbly skilled choreography combines three pieces of music by Benjamin Britten and three very different poets.

Rejoice in the Lamb is danced to Britten’s joyous setting of the fervent words of Christopher Smart. Hölderlin Fragments is inspired by Friedrich Hölderlin’s enigmatic lyrics, and Illuminations paints a vivid picture of the wild young genius and misfit Arthur Rimbaud.

In addition to the trio of Britten pieces, the bill is completed by Associate Choreographer Martin Lawrance’s latest piece, Burning, which is as passionate and turbulent as its music, the Dante Sonata of Franz Liszt, played live on stage.

It’s possibly one of the most gorgeous pieces he’s made… **** Guardian

It’s quite the tour de force, driven by intense yet precise performances.**** Evening Standard on Burning

Running Time: : 1 hour 50 minutes including 2 intervals

Tue 26/5 19:30 £22 / £20 / £15 / £11

Wed 27/5 19:30 £22 / £20 / £15 / £11

26th and 27th May

19:30

Tickets and Information

£22 / £20 / £15 / £11

Joan Armatrading

After entertaining audiences for more than 42 years with her successful blend of pop, blues, folk and reggae, Joan Armatrading brings her first solo tour to Oxford Playhouse. This special evening features a magical mix of old and new, with songs including Love and Affection, Willow and Drop The Pilot alongside more recent compositions.

Joan’s long and illustrious career has seen her recognised as one of the world’s leading musicians, receiving an MBE, Ivor Novello Award and multiple Grammy and Brit Award nominations.

Don’t miss this special, intimate gig – just Joan, her guitar and piano on her last major world tour.

An impressive array of styles…deserving of the standing ovation Armatrading received at the end of the night. **** Scotsman

28th May

19:30

Tickets and Information

£30.50 (£28.50)

Bromance

Barely Methodical Troupe

Get ready for awe-inspiring stunts from the outstanding all-male Barely Methodical Troupe and their award-winning show, Bromance.

Filled with humour, heart and seriously impressive circus skills, Bromance puts male friendship under the spotlight in this playful but tender show. With an inventive mix of risk-taking feats of balance, flawless acrobatics, and stunning routines inside a spinning metal wheel, these young, fit and highly skilled circus performers wow you with their gravity-defying performances and daredevil displays.

A thrilling night out, be prepared to gasp in delight at Britain’s hottest new circus ensemble.

Age guideline 10+

Barely Methodical Troupe could teach Isaac Newton a thing or two about gravity. **** Stage

Frisky and risky, pointed yet playful, Bromance is well worth seeking out.**** Times

29th May and 30th May

19:30

Tickets and Information

£20 / £18 / £14 / £11

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Creation Theatre Company
01865 766266

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Old Fire Station
George Street, 01865 297170 (Box Office)

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Troublesome People - Part of Oxford Fringe 2015

A punchy, pertinent and striking production, character-led drama Troublesome People examines the Second World War through the eyes of conscientious objectors, Jewish refugees and arable farmers all working on the Isle of Man. With a cast of seven, this play explores the courage and bravery required by everyone during World War Two and helps highlight the plight of these individuals surviving on the periphery of a global war, whether by choice or by circumstance. Jill Haas is a prize-winning American author now resident in Oxford UK.

http://www.ashrowtheatre.com

Ages 12+

Running Time: 1 hour & 25 minutes with no interval

Fri, 22 May 8:30 PM

Sun, 24 May 7:00 PM

22th and 24th May

Tickets and Information

Prices: £9.50 (£7.50)

Part of Oxford Fringe 2015

Tina follows the rules and works hard, so her dreams of sports stardom and marrying a prince come true, right? Join Tina's dive into the paradoxical nature of goodness, and find out how to survive when being good ... turns bad.

"Utterly enthralling" ★★★★★ http://www.edfringereview.com
"Superbly realised" Sabotage reviews

Please note the Loft Room is not wheelchair accessible
14+

Running Time: 1 hour

22th and 23th May

7:30 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £7 (£6)

Oliver Meech’s Improvised Magic Show

Oliver creates a unique comedy magic show at the drop of a (top) hat, from your suggestions. Always unpredictable. Always inexplicable. Only one thing's certain – it's fantastic fun!

After mixing magic with science in his last hit show, Oliver returns to Oxford to collide spontaneity and impossibility.

"My jaw hit the floor’" BBC
"could rival Derren Brown" http://www.theatre-wales.co.uk
"Ambitious? Yes. Hilarious? Certainly." http://www.Broadway Baby
Magic Consultant: Discovery Channel
Total Sell Out: Edinburgh Fringe 2013 & 2014

Ages 7 – 107.
May contain loud noises (e.g. balloon popping). Not suitable for babies due to loud noises (see above).

Running Time: 55mins

Sat, 23 May 3:30 PM Prices: £8 (£7/£6)

Sun, 24 May 3:30 PM Prices: £8 (£7/£6)

Sat, 30 May 6:50 PM Prices: £8 (£7/£6)

23th, 24th and 30th May

Tickets and Information

Soweto Spiritual Singers

As seen in the 2010 World Cup Opening Ceremony, Soweto Spiritual Singers come to Oxford on 23 and 24 May with their inspirational mix of fabulous dance, earthy rhythms and rich harmonies. Based on Zulu songs, following the South African a capella gospel tradition, this show never fails to leave audiences breathless and deeply moved.

23th May

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Tickets and Information

£10 / £8

Abi Roberts: Downtown Abi

Pull up to the bumper and go downtown with Abi and her Labrador Al Qaeda*.

Join her in tales of Welsh debauchery, the perils of singing karaoke in Moscow and an unfortunate incident with Jeremy Clarkson in Harrods. Find out what happens when your parents want you to be an opera singer and you end up tap-dancing in a pig costume, promoting a butcher’s shop.

"True comedy genius" GQ
"More than just a stand-up" Chortle
"Bitch be trippin'" Dowager Countess of Grantham

*No Labradors have been harmed in making of this show.

Parental advisory content - may contain swearing and sexual references
16+

Running Time: 1 hour

23th May

9:00 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £7 (£6)

Flamenco Express

Flamenco Express showcases as much original flamenco by as many great artists as possible, giving them complete artistic freedom to respond to the moment. Which means that every show is different and special.

Joining La Joaquina and Chris Clavo tonight are Adrián Brenes, toast of the Madrid peñas and towering stage presence; plus Javier Macías, a singer famous for his mastery of flamenco lyricism and rhythm. Four of flamenco's most elemental artists combined: the chemical reaction will be explosive.

Flamenco touches a primal instinct in us all – the rythym of life – an electrical fusion of sound, movement and emotion.

No flash photography

Running Time: 1 hour & 20 minutes including an interval

23th May

7:00 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £12 (£10)

Connie’s Colander

Connie is a retired domestic science teacher. Emily, her daughter, is enjoying hosting her first TV cookery show: Connie’s Colander, bringing her mother’s recipes onscreen and up to date. We witness their relationship evolving during Emily’s life and see the impact Connie’s Alzheimer's has on them both, and on the TV show.

SatMatCo is a ‘no frills’ theatre company, producing one hour lunchtime drama. Focusing on the text and acting, there is no set/costume/lighting design. Both an informal and intimate stripped back approach to theatre, encouraging accessibility to all.

Book a free ticket, then pay what you think it's worth after you've seen the show
14 +

Running Time: 1 hour

23th May

12:30 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £0

Rob Gee: Fruitcake - Ten Commandments from the Psych Ward

Comic, poet and reformed psychiatric nurse Rob Gee presents a user-friendly guide to losing the plot.

Fruitcake charts a night shift on an acute psychiatric ward, seen through the eyes of a jaded nurse who hears the voice of God – a kindly Jamaican woman – who gives him ten benevolent commandments to help him through the shift; and life.

"Gee has pitched it perfectly ... this hour showcases his strong talents as a witty, skilful storyteller." Chortle
"Bizarre and hilarious ... a one-man thespian army." ★★★★★ CBC, Canada

Adults only

Running Time: 1 hour

Sun, 24 May 5:00 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

Tue, 26 May 7:00 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

Wed, 27 May 7:00 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

24th, 26th and 27th May

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As You Psyche It

Having betrayed the Righteous Brothers with Unchained Felony, A Foregone Confusion are back with another bad pun; and this time it's Shakespearian.

As You Psyche It will delve into the weird and wonderful intricacies of a progressive therapy group whilst putting on a sketch show - are they the ones who need help, or you?

Join Tommy, Jordan, Barney, Sybil and Alexi for 50 minutes of laffs (because you won't have the endurance for a full hour).

Running Time: 50 minutes

Tue, 26 May 8:30 PM Prices: £8 (£6)

Fri, 29 May 9:50 PM Prices: £8 (£6)

Sat, 30 May 9:50 PM Prices: £8 (£6)

26th, 29th, 30th May

Tickets and Information

Playground

Playground is a platform which encourages development and presentation of new work while introducing a space for meeting up, networking and collaboration between performing and visual artists in the region.

Playground aims to facilitate a context within which artists can feel safe to experiment, to play around, to explore their potential, to “try things out” and open up their communication paths with other practitioners in the area in an attempt to create a vibrant creative hub in the city.

Members of the audience (participants) will be encouraged to become involved in following sessions by means of either creating/showing a piece of work, suggesting a theme or even organising an activity.

Please note: Playground is now bi-monthly rather than monthly.

26TH May

7:00 pm

FREE

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Bloominauschwitz

Meet Leopold Bloom. Kidney-loving man of Dublin, hero of James Joyce's great novel Ulysses and worldwide phenomenon. As usual, it's June 16th 1904. But something is very, very wrong. Visitations from the future, ghosts from the past and the burning question: ‘Who am I and where do I come from?!’

Escaping the bounds of his book, Bloom embarks on a quest to discover his Jewish heritage and plunges head first into the dark heart of European history. Desperately trying to escape the horror of the death camps, he attempts to create a better world, only to find he is trapped once again in a story that is already written.

bloominauschwitz is a flamboyant, playful investigation of identity and belonging, full of the sheer joy of the spoken word. Combining imaginative, highly physical theatre with a visceral, muscular text, it is a tour de force, a one-man Odyssey of Herculean proportions: powerful, emotive and thought provoking.

You do not need to have read Ulysses to enjoy bloominauschwitz!
Contains some strong language
14+

Running Time: 1 hour & 25 minutes

Wed, 27 May 8:40 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

Thu, 28 May 7:00 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

Fri, 29 May 8:00 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

27th to 29th May

Tickets and Information

Stranded! Part of Oxford Fringe 2015

An early rattle-through of the third solo show from multimedia comic Joseph Morpurgo, with help from Kirsty. An hour of excavated vinyl and throttled hyperkonzept.

As seen in Austentatious ★★★★★ The Times and Harry & Paul's Story of the 2s.

★★★★ "Tirelessly inventive" Time Out

14+

Running Time: 1 hour

28th May

9:00 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £7 (£6)

Morgan & West’s Utterly Spiffing Spectacular Magic Show For Kids & Childish Grown-ups!

Time travelling Victorian magic duo Morgan & West unload another boxful of bafflement and impossibility. Witness a mountain of mysterious magic, a hatful of hyper-reality, and of course a truck full of tricks and tea.

Mixing brain busting illusion and good old fashioned tom-foolery, Morgan & West present a show for all the family, where magic and silliness abound!

Recommended 5+ but all welcome (including babies)

Running Time: 55 minutes

29th May

6:30 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £8 (£7/£6)

Connie’s Colander

Connie is a retired domestic science teacher. Emily, her daughter, is enjoying hosting her first TV cookery show: Connie’s Colander, bringing her mother’s recipes onscreen and up to date. We witness their relationship evolving during Emily’s life and see the impact Connie’s Alzheimer's has on them both, and on the TV show.

SatMatCo is a ‘no frills’ theatre company, producing one hour lunchtime drama. Focusing on the text and acting, there is no set/costume/lighting design. Both an informal and intimate stripped back approach to theatre, encouraging accessibility to all.

Book a free ticket, then pay what you think it's worth after you've seen the show
14 +

Running Time: 1 hour

30th May

12:30 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £0

Arthur and Esther - Part of Oxford Fringe 2015

A play of two worlds, this elemental and affecting two-hander explores love, loss and the lives we inherit and impose on others.

" ... full of both outrageous dark comedy and deep sincerity - an ultimately compelling night of theatre." http://www.nytheatre.com

Award-winning play by Ross Howard. Directed by Abbie Lucas.

Ages 14+
No babies and young children
Deals with adult themes

Running Time: 70 minutes

30th and 31th May

8:15 PM / 4:45 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £10 (£8) / Prices: £10 (£8)

The Beta Males Go Solo

The Beta Males are going solo! Join Adam Blampied ("delightful" British Theatre Guide), Richard Soames ("excellent" Sunday Times) & The Story Beast ("bearded force of nature" Guardian) as they finally go it alone. Together.

Praise for The Beta Males:
"A slick, hilarious show ... Genius." Sunday Times
"One of the most exciting, gloriously funny acts out there." Time Out
★★★★ The Times, The List, Fest, Time Out, Chortle, Metro, Edinburgh Evening News
As heard on BBC Radio 4, Chortle Award Nominees.

Please note the Loft Room is NOT wheelchair accessible
Some strong language
14+

Running Time: 1 hour

30th and 31th May

8:00 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £6 (£5)/Prices: £6 (£5)

John Cage and Teeny Duchamp Play Chess in Front of a Live Audience

This work of aesthetic mourning in 64 acts uses as its starting point John Cage's Reunion (1968). Incorporating drama, music, sound art, film, opera, visual art and screwball comedy, it can be misinterpreted as a nostalgic re-appropriation of the traditional avant-garde or a subversive commentary on today's contemporary arts.

12+

Running Time: 55 minutes

Sat, 30 May 5:20 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

Sun, 31 May 7:00 PM Prices: £8 (£7)

30th and 31th May

Tickets and Information

The Kagools - Part of Oxford Fringe 2015

Physical comedy, sketch and film combine to transport you into the weird and weatherproofed world of The Kagools. Enchanting, high-energy fun for all the family.

'Masterful physical theatre performers ... Kids and adults alike will love this excellent and interactive piece of theatre. It is an utterly delightful and thoroughly silly piece of sketch comedy…upbeat, engaging and hilarious' ★★★★ http://www.BroadwayBaby.com

They're cute, they're mute, they're an absolute hoot!

Ages 4+

Running Time: 55 minutes

31th May

3:00 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £8 (£6/£5)

Harriet Kemsley: Puppy Fat - Part of Oxford Fringe 2015

Award-winning idiot & quirky rising star Harriet Kemsley brings her much anticipated debut show to Oxford Fringe. Isn’t she brave. From BBC3, Radio 1 and Tour Support for Katherine Ryan.

"A very funny new stand up" Time Out

Running Time: 1 hour

31th May

8:30 PM

Tickets and Information

Prices: £7 (£6)

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Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys tells the true life story of four boys from the wrong side of the tracks who wrote their own songs, invented their own unique sound, and sold 175 million records worldwide. Featuring hit after legendary hit including Beggin’, Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Oh What a Night, Sherry, Walk Like a Man, Bye Bye Baby, Big Girls Don't Cry and many more, Jersey Boys is a story full of heart, humour and ‘sheer musical razzmatazz’ (The Sunday Express) you simply will never forget.

Running time: 2h 40m

Performances:

12th May 19:30 Pm

13th May 19:30 Pm

14th May 14:30 Pm and 19:30 Pm

15th May 19:30 Pm

16th May 14:30 Pm and 19:30 Pm

18th May 19:30 Pm

19th May 19:30 Pm

20th May 19:30 Pm

21th May 14:30 Pm and 19:30 Pm

22th May 19:30 Pm

23th May 14:30 Pm and 19:30 Pm

12th to 23th May

Tickets and Information

Tickets £17.90 - £51.40 plus £4.00 transaction fee*

Oxford Operatic Society: Legally Blonde

A fabulously fun international award-winning musical based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde The Musical follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery, and scandal in pursuit of her dreams. This action-packed show explodes on the stage with memorable songs and dynamic dances. Equal parts hilarious and heart-warming, this musical is so much fun it should be illegal!

Legally Blonde The Musical will take you from the sorority house to the halls of justice with theatre's brightest new heroine (and of course, her dog, Bruiser).

Running time: TBC

27th to 30th May

19:30 / 19:30 / 19:30 / 14:30 and 19:30

Tickets and Information

Tickets £19.90 - £25.90 plus £4.00 transaction fee*

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Lee Raven – Boy Thief

Presented by Pegasus Youth Theatre
From the book by Zizou Corder
Adapted for the stage by Angharad Arnott-Phillips
Lee Raven, has accidently stolen a treasure, an accident that might cost him his life.

What he has is priceless, precious, peculiar and some would kill to get it. He’s in the national press and it seems like the whole world is after him. Who can he trust? Where can he hide? Lee escapes to murky and unexpected parts of London to protect himself and every story ever told. As Lee creates his very own legend, can he escape from the most dangerous ending of them all?

Follow Lee, as he faces up to dangers, dilemmas and dreams. Lee Raven Boy Thief, is based on the book written by popular children’s author Zizou Corder (‘Lionboy’ trilogy).

Suitable for ages 11+

Click on the thumbnails below to see larger images.

Performances:

Wednesday, 20 May 7.30pm
Thursday, 21 May, 7.30pm
Friday, 22 May, 7.30pm
Saturday, 23 May, 2.30pm
Saturday, 23 May, 7.30pm

20th to 23th May

Tickets and Information

Cost £9, £6 conc

Mark Thomas: Trespass – work in progress

Lakin McCarthy presents

Mark Thomas

Trespass –Work in Progress.

Trespass carries on from where Mark’s previous show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent left off. It is his usual odd mix of theatre, stand up, activism, a dash of journalism and a dollop of mayhem.

Mark asks the question: If the ramblers of the 1930’s were here now what would they do to open up the cities?

How do we turn the skyscrapers and corporate squares into our playgrounds?

He sets out to try and carve a small space in the urban world where mischief and random chance can lurk.

No one knows where this show is going to end up so join him on the start of the project.

Suitable for ages 16+

28th May

8pm

Tickets and Information

Cost £10

Black Screen: Selma

Presented by Kuumba Nia Arts

The 1965 Montgomery marches directly resulted in the passage of the Voting Rights Act. This 2015 UK wide film release marks the 50th anniversary of the event. David Oyelowo leads the drama as the civil rights icon. Oprah Winfrey, Tom Wilkinson, Tim Roth, and Carmen Ejogo are also among the cast.

Followed by discussion and dance night.

Cert. 12A

29th May

7:30pm

Tickets and Information

Cost £7, £5 conc., £4 U18s

Comedy Club 4 Kids

Since 2005, the Comedy Club 4 Kids has been getting the best stand-ups and sketch acts from the international circuit to do their thing for an audience of children and their families… but without the rude bits! It’s just like a normal comedy club, but it’s on in the day, kids are allowed in, and thus there is a higher than usual chance of heckles like:

“why is that your face!?”

The Pegasus show will feature Tiernan Douieb (MC), Ben Target, Bec Hill.

Suitable for age 6+

60 mins

“It is laugh-your-socks-off comedy fit for the whole family, including parents and grandparents. Nobody will feel left out.”
**** The Scotsman

Please note: tickets for babies are free but must be booked in advance.

30th May

2 pm

Tickets and Information

Cost £9, £6 conc.

Pegasus Members Committee Screen Night

Pegasus Youth Theatre members have planned a special night for you.

They are hosting a screening of Curse of the Were-Rabbit, the Wallace and Gromit feature film.

Refreshments will be available so you can settle down in your favourite theatre for a fun movie night together.

Suitable for all ages

30th May

7pm (doors 6.40pm)

Tickets and Information

Cost £5

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0870 609 2231

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The North Wall Arts Centre
South Parade, Oxford OX2 7NN, 01865 319 452

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John Hegley: New and Selected Potatoes

So Comedy by arrangement with Troika

The UK’s favourite performance poet, comedian and musician hits the road, mandolin in hand, with a performance of pieces new and older, sung, spoken and awoken with dance: meditations upon family, celery and happier Daleks. Light and lyrical. Deep and daft. Come and sing.

In addition to John’s extensive live work he has had 10 critically acclaimed books published and is a TV & radio regular, most recently in his own BBC Radio 4 series ‘Who Does John Hegley Think He Is?’

“Scandalously talented” Sunday Times

“Awesomely mundane” Independent

Saturday 23rd May 2015

8 pm

Tickets and Information

Full Price £13.00 + fee*,  Concession £11.00 + fee*

Flyaway Katie

Long Nose Puppets

Katie is all alone and feeling grey. The birds in the picture on her wall look so colourful - if only Katie could be as bright as them, who knows what might happen?

Bursting with colour, movement and surprises, Flyaway Katie is an inspiring flight of fancy about the power of imagination from the creators of Arthur’s Dream Boat, based on the popular children’s book by Polly Dunbar with music by Tom Gray of Gomez.

"A truly beautiful show" ★★★★★ Fringe Review

Saturday 30th May 2015

11am & 2pm

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Full Price £7.00 + fee*

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