Novato Theatre presents #SocialMadeMeA - Mission Theatre - Theatre Bath

Welcome to The Mission Theatre

A sparkling summer season here at The Mission Theatre is packed full of thrilling drama, foot-tapping dance, beautiful art, hilarious stand-up, bewitching puppetry, new visitors, and returning companies that have become established favourites. The season sees the re-emergence of The Theatre Upstairs as a popular venue, with audiences and performers alike relishing the intimacy of the space. Resident company Next Stage provides two wonderfully contrasting shows for your enjoyment, and with the ever-popular Next Stage Youth Theatre meeting every Sunday there really is never a dull moment here in Corn Street. I look forward to welcoming you to any, or all, of the many shows we are hosting between April and July.

Enjoy your Summer, share your time with us, bring along your friends and please spread the word about all the exciting Summer productions at The Mission Theatre.

Ann Ellison Artistic Director The Mission Theatre

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Front cover: Novato Theatre Company presents: #SocialMadeMeA

from Thu 26th – Sat 28th April 7.30pm. See page 5 for details.

NSY Sunday afternoons 4.30-6pm: Summer Term begins Sunday 17th April 2016

Next Stage Youth

Welcoming youngsters of all abilities with no audition or pre-selection process, Next Stage Youth is one of Bath’s leading theatrical youth companies.

Rehearsing in three, 10 week terms per year, and with the advantage of their own theatrical space at The Mission Theatre, NSYouthers usually stage one or two main productions a year.

Next Stage Youth places emphasis on performance as a means to enhance teamwork, build self-confidence and provide a professional grounding in theatre arts. Anyone aged between 11 and 18 is welcome and Next Stage has a policy of using NSYouthers whenever possible in adult productions.

Next Stage Youth meets on Sundays 4.30-6pm at The Mission Theatre. More information and images to be found at

www.next-stage.co.uk.

The Summer Term begins Sunday 17th April 2016 – call 01225 428600 or email to register your interest.

Next Stage Youth – Peter Pan 2015

David Ephgrave presents A Work in (Hope of) Progress - Mission Theatre - Theatre BathSaturday 9th & Sunday 10th April 7.30pm

THE Theatre Upstairs

David Ephgrave:

Work in (Hope of) Progress

David Ephgrave, one half of comic duo Doggett & Ephgrave, performs stand-up gleaned from his daily blog, revealing how someone with an obsession for small detail approaches everyday life.

Doggett & Ephgrave’s credits include eleven seasons with The Comedy Project (Soho Theatre), plus various stand-up shows on the Edinburgh, Brighton, Camden and Leicester Fringes. David’s solo acting credits include Paul McCartney in The Roy Orbison Story, Buddy Holly in Buddy Holly and the Cricketers and Richard in the West End production of Dreamboats and Petticoats.

”…as smooth as they come” BBC

“A very likeable stand-up, confident but not cocky, and a lot of fun to spend time with”

View From The Gods

www.mostlydavidephgrave.blogspot.co.uk  On Twitter @David_Ephgrave

TICKETS

£8 (£5 concs)

Brown Paper Tickets 0800 411 8881

online at www.brownpapertickets.com

Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th April 7.30pm

THE Theatre Upstairs

TICTAC Theatre Company presents

You Were After Poetry

You Were After Poetry is the follow up production to TICTAC Theatre’s successful 2015 tour of The Open Couple.

You are invited to enjoy a double bill of two short plays: You Were After Poetry by Steven Bloomer – a fast paced, witty relationship comedy, showing one couple’s break-up and its after-effects; and The Bride To Be by Peter Quilter – in which Angela is marrying for the third time, amidst a barrage of bad omens and in a dress resembling a parachute.

Brimming with cunning one-liners and heightened physical comedy, this hour-long performance of two short plays is underlined with the company’s unique brand of character-driven story telling.

www.tictactheatre.co.uk  On Twitter @TicTacTheatre

TICKETS

£9 (£7 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Wednesday 13th April 7.30pm

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The Pantaloons present

The Importance of

Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

“You must not laugh at me, darling, but it had always been a girlish dream of mine to love someone whose name was Ernest…” Everybody loves Ernest. The only trouble is, he doesn’t exist. Or does he? Oscar Wilde’s comic masterpiece gets The Pantaloons’ treatment in this anarchic take on the classic comedy of manners.

“Wonderfully inventive… Catching this touring show will feel like putting on a forgotten pair of slippers and finding them even more comfy than you recall.” Rotherham Advertiser

www.thepantaloons.co.uk

TICKETS

£13 (£8 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Box Tale Soup present A Midsummer Night's Dream - Mission Theatre - Theatre BathFriday 15th April 7.30pm & Saturday 16th April 2.30pm

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Box Tale Soup presents

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

by William Shakespeare

Deep in the forest, faeries wait… Join award-winning Box Tale Soup (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) for their new family adaptation of Shakespeare’s enchanting story with just two actors and a cast of beautiful handmade puppets.

Be transported to a world of mirth and magic where Shakespeare’s language is made accessible to a younger audience through the use of puppetry, physical theatre and original music. Suitable for ages 6+

“…where other adaptations for young audiences would patronise, Box Tale simply beguile.” **** The Stage

Saturday 16th April 7.30pm

Manalive! by G.K. Chesterton

Award winning Box Tale Soup (Northanger Abbey, Casting the Runes), return with G.K. Chesterton’s Manalive!, featuring beautifully hand-crafted puppets and stunning original music.

“I will hold a pistol to the head of modern man…”

Beacon House, a broken-down boarding establishment, and its bored, brooding tenants, are about to receive a visitor… But what if their new guest is not all he seems? What secrets lie beneath that bright exterior? How can you trust a man whose name is… Innocent?

“…irresistibly life-affirming…” **** The Stage

TICKETS for both shows

£8 (£6 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Monday 18th & Tuesday 19th April 7.30pm

the Theatre Upstairs

The Autistic Playwright presents

The Eggman’s Mind

Come and explore The Eggman’s Mind – a showcase of plays and monologues all written and directed by The Autistic Playwright. It’s hard to explain what to expect because The Eggman is known for constantly changing its mind! One minute you’re listening to a teenage girl talk about her dark past, the next you’re watching a bickering married couple bury a body in the woods. That’s the power of The Eggman, so come and see for yourself!

www.autisticplaywright.wordpress.com 

TICKETS

£7 (£5 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Wed 20th – Sat 23rd April 7.30pm Matinees Thurs 21st & Sat 23rd 2.30pm

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Beyond the Horizon Theatre Company presents

Richard lll

by William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare’s Richard III is brought to The Mission Theatre’s stage in this spectacular, dystopian adaptation.

England lies battered and scarred by years of conflict. The families of York and Lancaster have made their peace and are attempting to rebuild what remains of their country. But, from the ashes of the recently-ended war, Richard of Gloucester rises to wreak more chaos…

Shakespeare’s Richard III depicts the rapid rise and fall of one of England’s most notorious rulers, through murder, betrayal, and insanity.

TICKETS

£10 (£8 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Tuesday 26th – Saturday 30th April 10.30am-6pm

Main Auditorium and

The Theatre Upstairs

Richard Grinter: The 2016 Collection

Richard Grinter is proud to bring his 2016 collection of paintings to The Mission Theatre this April. If you missed Richard’s highly-acclaimed Impressions of Romance exhibition last year, here’s another chance to see more of his paintings as a wide range of canvases will once again be atmospherically displayed in the theatre’s Main Auditorium.

Many of the pictures in the exhibition capture the beauty and dramatic architecture of Bath and its environs. Richard’s unique style of broad sweeping brush strokes brimming with ‘Joie de vivre’ is ideally suited to the remarkable backdrops and light to be found in this beautiful city.

“Bath has the architecture, light and atmosphere with which any artist would fall in love” says Richard.

However, Richard’s travels have taken him to many other breath-taking locations and you will be able to view stunning pictures of exotic foreign landscapes and dreamy locations. These remarkable backdrops are interpreted by Richard with vibrancy, light and shade, thrilling brush strokes and unusual perspectives.

Patrons are invited to browse, savour, purchase or commission their own unique painting. Free admission.

For more information on the artist visit: www.life-creative-collective.co.uk/author/richqpr66

Intimate Exchanges - Mission Theatre - Theatre BathTuesday 10th – Saturday 14th May 7.30pm

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Next Stage Theatre Company presents

Intimate Exchanges

by Alan Ayckbourn

A hilarious series of inter-related plays, Intimate Exchanges is a superb example of Ayckbourn’s brilliant craftsmanship and ability to intrigue and challenge his audience.

Trapped in a sterile marriage to abrasive, prep-school Headmaster Toby, Celia seeks solace elsewhere, but would a fling with emotionally-stunted Miles, Chair of the Governors, give her the fulfilment she craves? Miles is up for it, or indeed a fling with anyone if it will help him forget the amorous activities indulged in by his go-getter wife Rowena. As lively home-help Sylvie – who’s already in an acrimonious relationship with school handyman, Lionel – enters the equation, a tangled and increasingly hilarious web of deceit and intrigue weaves through Toby and Celia’s quiet back garden, in which their ramshackle shed takes centre stage!

A tour de force for two actors: Kay Francksen and Andrew Ellison play all the characters in this highly entertaining show, which brings some brand-new storylines from Intimate Exchanges to the Main Auditorium at The Mission Theatre. Performing scenes from Intimate Exchanges in New York in 2008, Kay and Andrew were nominated for Best Play, Best Actor and Best Actress Off-Off-Broadway with Andrew winning Best Actor.

www.next-stage.co.uk

TICKETS

£12 (£10 concs)

from Next Stage Box Office 01225 428600

email

or Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

For an extra pound, reserve your seat:

call 01225 428600

Thursday 19th – Saturday 21st May 7.30pm

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Novato Dance Company presents

Synergy

The talented performers from Novato Dance return to The Mission Theatre for the 6th year running with another of their stunning, moving and extremely professional dance productions.

Novato Dance Company was founded in 2007 and from the outset has wowed audiences with an assortment of dance styles and the “professionalism, dedication and creativity” displayed in the many shows created by the company over the last nine years. Novato is proud that every one of its choreographers and dancers specialises in a different style of dance and shares their knowledge with the rest of the company, making Novato Dance a multi-talented, versatile ensemble. Their collaborative ethos has helped them develop an enhanced company repertoire which appeals to audiences of all ages.

Synergy – “to produce an effect greater than the sum of separate parts” – encapsulates Novato Dance Company’s collaborative effort in creating this year’s show. The production promises to be filled with energy and excitement conveyed with an abstract approach, bringing a fresh, new show for everyone to enjoy. Synergy fuses together each dancer’s dedication to the art of movement into one spectacular performance.

www.novatoproductions.com

TICKETS

£8 (£6 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Novato Theatre presents #SocialMadeMeA - Mission Theatre - Theatre BathThursday 26th – Saturday 28th May 7.30pm

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Novato Theatre Company presents

#SocialMadeMeA…

These days it seems to be that we can choose what people see: posting half a story on Facebook, leaving out the details that make you look stupid or dull; editing a picture so your best side becomes your only side; or summing-up your day with a 140-character confession. But sometimes the wrong people see too much… then what? How do you bring back something that wasn’t meant to be public, as the internet snatches away the control to which you’re so rightfully entitled?

The internet gives you freedom, but why are we so trapped by it? Hopping from Wifi spot to Wifi spot, constantly tapping at keys, refreshing every two minutes in case someone has done something that could cause anarchy within your social media bubble.

Why, when abroad on their gap year, are five girls still addicted to being connected to another world? And when things go badly for one, how is it that an internet virus poisons the ability of others to show some compassion?

Novato Theatre Company was founded in 2012 upon the success of its sister company, Novato Dance. Its performances are entirely devised and explore a range of theatrical styles including physicality, symbolism and expressionism, with comedy thrown in for good measure.

www.novatoproductions.com

TICKETS

£8 (£6 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Wed 1st – Sat 4th June 7.30pm Matinee Sat 4th 2.30pm

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Zenith Youth Theatre Company presents

Ghetto

by Joshua Sobol

“He who does not learn from History is doomed to repeat it”. 

Set in the Jewish Ghetto of Vilna, Lithuania in 1942, and based on diaries written during the darkest days of the Holocaust, Ghetto tells of the unlikely flourishing of a theatre at the very time the Nazis began their policy of mass-extermination.  

After a sell-out success last year with A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Zenith returns to The Mission Theatre this Summer with past member and Associate Director Joel Deane at the creative helm. 

“Zenith is continually challenging the boundaries of the expectations of Youth Theatre and once again they have managed to produce a show of great quality and finish.” Praise for Zenith’s Phantom of the Opera (February 2015) from the National Operatic & Dramatic Association.

www.zenithytc.co.uk

TICKETS

Evening shows: £10 (£7 concs)

Tickets for the Saturday

matinee: £7

from Zenith Box Office 01225835301

or email .uk

Sunday 5th June 7pm

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South West Dance Theatre Company presents

Lady Macbeth

Success, but at what price? When aspirations fall prey to cut-throat ambition, the road to the top becomes a highway to hell. In Lady Macbeth, South West Dance Theatre harnesses a triad of eloquent dance, dextrous prose and animated signing to spin a tale of avarice, vice and murderous malcontent.

Lady Macbeth recasts Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy in a contemporary setting. Ballet, street, contemporary and Latin dance, plus poetry, prose and British Sign Language for the deaf all intertwine in an epic retelling of Shakespeare’s classic play.

www.southwestdancetheatre.co.uk

TICKETS

£10 (£7 concs)

from www.southwestdancetheatre.co.uk

Tuesday 7th June 7.30pm

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Righto Opera presents

Giulietta

by David Wright

Three impassioned salesmen, three eager lady customers, only one Giulietta… an awful climax awaits at the showroom.

Righto Opera returns to The Mission Theatre with another musical drama by David Wright. Set in a car showroom, Giulietta explores the comedy of salesmen competing to sell the same luxury car, and the banal, everyday banter among the backroom staff. And then there’s that old Morris10 out the back… Staged as a radio play, the cast sing their way to the showroom showdown – for where is (the) Giulietta?

Jane Clark directs and Peter Blackwood plays piano for this modern opera which is not to be missed.

TICKETS

£10 (no concessions)

from 24 Ticket Hotline

01935 475219

Fri 10th & Sat 11th June 7.30pm Matinee Sat 11th 2.30pm

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Bath Spa University Theatre Society presents

Punk Rock

by Simon Stephens

“Don’t you think it’d be better sometimes? Just to end it?”

Punk Rock by Simon Stephens is a play about the stresses of modern teenage life and the nature of society and friendship. In a Grammar School library eight A-level students are preparing for their exams. With stress mounting and relationships straining, something will have to give.

Bath Spa University Theatre Society is a platform for theatrical creativity for students regardless of their academic discipline.

Contains strong language and upsetting scenes. Recommended audience age 16+.

This amateur production of Punk Rock is presented by special arrangement with

SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

TICKETS

£8 (£6 concs)

from Bath Spa Live Box Office

www.bathspalive.com

Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th June 7.30pm

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JSLN Dance Company presents

Variations of Pointe

Variations of Pointe is an exciting new triple bill with something for everyone encompassing all aspects of ballet: grace, elegance and entertainment. 

The first piece in the triple bill is Niewelt’s adaptation of Fokine’s Petrouchka from the time of the Imperial Russian Ballet with music by Stravinsky. The story, set inside a magical puppet workshop, is a dramatic tale of love and jealousy between a beautiful ballerina doll and her admirers.

In the second piece, JSLN translates into dance the antics of René Artois and his friends in a new version of ‘Allo ‘Allo which is guaranteed to have you rolling around in your seats with laughter. 

The third piece, Transitions of (I)dentity follows on from JSLN’s success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015. The tale of The Soul Searcher is brought to life through the beautifully pared down, elegant and pure movements of neo-classical ballet performed to the music of Vivaldi, and it promises to be a feast for the senses.

TICKETS

£12 (£10 concs)

or Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

A Drunken Sailor presents Doomed Women - Mission Theatre - Theatre BathFriday 17th June 7.30pm

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A Drunken Sailor presents

Doomed Women by Joan Greening

Two shows: one evening of brilliant drama and entertainment.

TERROR: During the French Revolution, two courtesans, Du Barry and Dalrymple Elliot, spend the night together in prison awaiting the guillotine and hoping for a last minute reprieve. Will they find a way to escape the chop?

“Always an entertaining play – like Horrible Histories, it’s history with the horrible bits left in.“ Tychy.wordpress

ROSSETTI’S WOMEN: Three of Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s lovers: the prostitute Fanny Cornforth, Lizzie Siddal, and Jane, wife of his best friend, William Morris, fight each other to prove whom he loved best.

“Clever, entertaining and well-executed…” **** Broadway Baby

www.adrunkensailor.com

TICKETS

£10 (£8 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Tuesday 12th – Saturday 16th July 7.30pm

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Next Stage Theatre Company presents

Suddenly Last Summer

by Tennessee Williams

Suddenly Last Summer tells the dark story of Catharine Holly, a relation of a prominent New Orleans family, who appears to have gone insane after witnessing her cousin Sebastian’s death under mysterious circumstances. Fearing that scandal and gossip will tarnish her beloved son’s memory and reputation, Sebastian’s mother, Violet Venable, seeks the help of the inscrutable Dr Cukrowicz as she tries to silence Catharine’s incoherent utterances about Sebastian’s violent death.

Next Stage Theatre Company has an impressive record of highly-acclaimed interpretations of Williams’ plays. Suddenly Last Summer reunites Barbara Ingeldew (Blanche: A Streetcar Named Desire 2006, Lady: Orpheus Descending 2008) with Richard Matthews (Mich: A Streetcar Named Desire, Val: Orpheus Descending) and in turn these accomplished actors are joined by a stellar Next Stage cast. Produced with a spectacular set and stunning costumes, Suddenly Last Summer is one show you will not want to miss.

www.next-stage.co.uk

TICKETS

£12 (£10 concs)

from Next Stage Box Office 01225 428600

email

or Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

For an extra pound, reserve your seat:

call 01225 428600

Threedumb Theatre presents Not About Heroes - Mission Theatre - Theatre BathMonday 18th – Wednesday 20th July 7.30pm

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Threedumb Theatre presents

Not About Heroes

by Stephen MacDonald

Not About Heroes depicts the poetic life and friendship of two of the finest Great War poets: Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. Drawing for inspiration on original letters and poetry, Stephen MacDonald’s moving and powerful play paints a vivid picture of the First World War.

Threedumb Theatre proudly presents Not About Heroes 100 years after the start of the Battle of the Somme, in which Siegfried Sassoon fought. After a successful preview at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts on Remembrance Day 2015, this exciting new company visit Bath as part of their first UK mini-tour.

TICKETS

£11 (£9 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd July 7.30pm

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The Pantaloons present

Gulliver’s Travels

adapted from the book by Jonathan Swift

Join Lemuel Gulliver on a fantastical and hilarious voyage into the unknown. Meet the tiny people of Lilliput and the giants of Brobdingnag; visit the floating island of Laputa and a country peopled (or horsed?) entirely by talking horses. A brand-new, adventurous and delightfully innovative adaptation of Jonathan Swift’s classic satirical story loved by adults and children alike. Just please don’t step on any Lilliputians in the rush to get tickets.

“Part alternative rock band, part thespian… wholly charming.”

www.thepantaloons.co.uk

TICKETS

£13 (£8 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Wednesday 27th – Saturday 30th July 7.30pm

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Platform 8 Productions presents

God of Carnage

by Yasmina Reza

Translated by Christopher Hampton

A comedy of manners – without the manners.

When an argument between two young schoolboys results in one of the boys losing his teeth, the parents of both children decide to meet to discuss the matter. But what begins as a civilised chat soon spirals into an hysterical, alcohol-induced night of name-calling, tantrums and tears as each couple sinks to the level of bickering children.

It’s absolute carnage and no one survives unscathed in this hilarious comedy!

Boys will be boys, but adults are usually worse… much worse.

Platform 8 follow their highly-acclaimed production of Humble Boy, with this must-see Olivier Best New Comedy Award-winning play.

TICKETS

£12 (£10 concs)

from Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

or Platform 8 Box Office 01225 426039 

e-mail

Forthcoming in the Autumn

Next Stage Theatre Company

presents

Next Stage Theatre Company will be giving Bath audiences more fine theatre in the Autumn, with two haunting love-stories: Jez Butterworth’s The River and Terence Rattigan’s In Praise of Love. Two contrasting plays from the 20th and 21st Centuries, but each celebrating the redemptive power of love. In 2012, Next Stage actors received glowing reviews for their performances in previous productions of these playwrights’ works: Butterworth’s Jerusalem and Rattigan’s The Winslow Boy.

Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy our 2016 offerings, once again showcasing the work of The Mission’s talented resident company, with Nicky Wilkins as The Man in The River and Caroline Groom as Lydia in In Praise of Love (pictured).

To ensure priority booking and seating for these shows, become a Friend of Next Stage (FONS) at The Mission Theatre – for more information, see Page One of this brochure.

p1 Sun 17 April 4.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

NSY Enrolment

p2 Sat 9th & Sun 10th April 7.30pm THE THEATRE UPSTAIRS

David Ephgrave: Work in (Hope of) Progress

Mon 11th & Tue 12th April 7.30pm THE THEATRE UPSTAIRS

You Were After Poetry

Wed 13th April 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

The Importance of Being Earnest

p3 Fri 15th April 7.30pm & Sat 16th April 2.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Sat 16th April 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Manalive!

Mon 18th & Tue 19th April 7.30pm THE THEATRE UPSTAIRS

The Eggman’s Mind

Wed 20th – Sat 23rd April 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Matinee Thu 21st & Sat 23rd 2.30pm

Richard lll

p4 Tue 26th – Sat 30th April 10.30am-6pm

MAIN AUDITORIUM

Richard Grinter: 2016 Collection

p4 Tue 10th – Sat 14th May 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Intimate Exchanges

p5 Thu 19th – Sat 21st May 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Synergy

p5 Thu 26th – Sat 28th May 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

#SocialMadeMeA…

p6 Wed 1st – Sat 4th June 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Matinee Sat 4th 2.30pm

Ghetto

Sun 5th June 7pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Lady Macbeth

Tue 7th June 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Giullietta

p7 Fri 10th & Sat 11th June 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Matinee Sat 11th 2.30pm

Punk Rock

Mon 13th & Tue 14th June 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Variations of Pointe

Fri 17th June 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Doomed Women

p8 Tue 12th – Sat 16th July 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Suddenly Last Summer

Mon 18th – Wed 20th July 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Not About Heroes

Thu 21st & Fri 22nd July 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

Gulliver’s Travels

p9 Wed 27th – Sat 30th July 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM

God of Carnage