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Sheffield Theatres January – May 2014

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Boeing Boeing By Marc Camoletti Translated by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans Thu 15 May - Sat 7 June

Photographs by James Stewart

Welcome We are delighted to tell you about our spring 2014 season at Sheffield Theatres. In February, we celebrate the work of one of Northern Ireland’s most accomplished playwrights, Brian Friel. We present three of Friel’s plays across each of our auditoria and we are thrilled to announce that, following its staging in the Crucible Theatre, Translations will embark on a national tour. Later in the season, we present Sheffield Theatres’ first full-length dance-theatre piece, Kes, based on the classic Barnsley-set novel A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines, and then Marc Camoletti’s classic farce Boeing Boeing. Sheffield People’s Theatre will also take to the Crucible Theatre once more with The Sheffield Mysteries. In the Lyceum Theatre, we welcome a wonderful variety of touring productions including Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Fame, Brassed Off and One Man, Two Guvnors. In 2014, we hope to refurbish the Lyceum Theatre. We need to raise £100,000 ourselves (the total cost is £2 million) to make muchneeded improvements including installing air conditioning. When you buy your tickets this season, we’ll ask you if you can donate to this work and any contribution you make will be gratefully received. We’re really looking forward to welcoming you to Sheffield Theatres soon!

Dan Bates Chief Executive

Daniel Evans Artistic Director

Weddings at Sheffield Theatres Sheffield Theatres is an extremely versatile venue offering a dramatic backdrop for any occasion. We hold a civil ceremony and civil partnership license for Weddings on the Crucible Stage and in the Adelphi Room, and have a variety of rooms perfect for hosting Wedding Breakfasts, evening receptions or engagement parties. A unique and exclusive setting, Sheffield Theatres offers a range of packages to suit any budget, whether you are looking for an intimate gathering or a more lavish event. We offer a dedicated service for your event from the outset. At every step of the way, our staff will be present to help you with your plans, ensuring it is a smooth, enjoyable process. If you would like to talk to us about your Wedding or event, please contact Grace Collins our Events Coordinator on 0114 249 5999.

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A Sheffield Theatres and Evolution Pantomimes Co–Production

Jack and the Beanstalk Fri 6 December 2013 – Sun 5 January 2014 Whatever you do, don’t miss this year’s GIANT family pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, starring Sheffield’s favourite Dame, the hilarious Damian Williams and the brilliant Ian H Watkins (‘H’ from Steps) as Jack. Once again the show is written and directed by Paul Hendy and produced by the same team who brought you the sensational, record-breaking Cinderella. This fun-filled extravaganza is guaranteed to delight the whole family. Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out on the Fe-Fi-FoFun… Book today! ‘The best pantomime I have ever seen!’ UK Theatre Network ‘Stunning… a Christmas cracker of a show!’ The British Theatre Guide ‘Magical…’ The Stage (reviews for Cinderella 2012/13)

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Tickets £10.00 - £23.00 Concessions, Centre Stage Membership, groups and school discounts available on selected performances. A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Fri 3 January 2.00pm Sat 28 December 2.00pm Thu 12 December 2.00pm

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Tickets £17.00 - £32.00 Concessions, Centre Stage Membership, groups and school discounts available on selected performances.

A Sheffield Theatres Production

Oliver! Book, Music and Lyrics by Lionel Bart

Fri 29 November 2013 – Sat 25 January 2014 Following on from the huge success of My Fair Lady, Artistic Director Daniel Evans will direct Lionel Bart’s sensational musical Oliver!, an exhilarating story about one boy’s survival against the odds. Packed full of joyful songs including Consider Yourself, You’ve Got To Pick A Pocket or Two, Oom-pah-pah! and the exuberant Food Glorious Food, this will be the theatrical highlight of your year. Director Daniel Evans Designer Peter McKintosh Choreographer Alistair David Musical Director Jonathan Gill Lighting Designer Howard Harrison Sound Designer Simon Baker Casting Director David Grindrod Associates Orchestral arrangements by William David Brohn Production licensed by Cameron Mackintosh and the Southbrook Group

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Thu 9 January 7.15pm Sat 21 December 2.00pm Thu 9 January 6.00pm Talkback Thu 16 January

Tue – Thu 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £33.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discount applies

Moscow City Ballet

The Nutcracker Tue 7 – Sat 11 January The world-renowned Moscow City Ballet return to the Lyceum stage with The Nutcracker.

Schools £10.00 tickets for full time education groups of 10 or more. One free supervisory ticket for every 10 bought

Discover the magical story of Clara, swept away to a spectacular winter wonderland by the Nutcracker Prince.

Fri & Sat 7.45pm £27.00 £32.00 £35.00

With a full orchestra playing Tchaikovsky’s enchanting score and featuring unforgettable dances such as Sugar Plum Fairy, this is the perfect festive treat for all the family. ‘... a delightful triumph’ Sunday Express

Thu 2.00pm £19.00 £24.00 £27.00 School discounts apply Sat 3.00pm £24.00 £29.00 £33.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

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Dreamboats and Petticoats

Tue – Thu 7.45pm £21.00 £26.00 £29.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discounts apply

Tue 14 – Sat 18 January

Fri & Sat 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00

Bill Kenwright and Laurie Mansfield in association with Universal Music present

Inspired by the six smash hit multi-million selling albums of the same name, the West End sell-out sensation Dreamboats and Petticoats features some of the greatest hit songs of the Rock ‘n’ Roll era. In 1961 emotions run high as young musicians Norman and Bobby compete to win a national song writing competition and, more importantly, the attention of the gorgeous Sue! But when Bobby discovers that shy Laura is no slouch on the piano, love and rock ‘n’ roll fame beckons. Featuring classic tracks from Roy Orbison, The Shadows, Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury, and many more, including Let’s Dance, To Know Him Is To Love Him, Shaking All Over, Bobby’s Girl, Little Town Flirt, Only Sixteen, Runaround Sue, Happy Birthday Sweet 16, Let It Be Me, Great Pretender, C’mon Everybody, Let’s Twist Again and many more hits from music’s golden era! Dreamboats and Petticoats - the songs will live forever!

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Wed & Thu 2.00pm £20.00 £25.00 £28.00 Sat 3.00pm £21.00 £26.00 £29.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Fri 17 January 7.45pm Wed 15 January 2.00pm

Stewart Lee Much A-Stew About Nothing

Fri 31 January – Sat 1 February

Soho Theatre and nabokov present

Blink Written by Phil Porter Directed by Joe Murphy Designer Hannah Clark Music and Sound by Isobel Waller-Bridge Lighting Design by Jack Knowles

Tue 14 – Sat 18 January ‘This is a true story, and it’s a love story. This is our love story...’ This is the tale of Jonah and Sophie. It’s a love story. A dysfunctional love story, but a love story all the same. Against the lonely backdrop of London, the worlds of two shy individuals collide, and a charming, delicate and darkly funny story unfolds before your eyes. Directed by Soho Theatre Artistic Associate and nabokov Artistic Director Joe Murphy, Blink was a sell-out hit at Soho Theatre and in Edinburgh in 2012. ‘Funny, fresh and appealing’ ★★★★ Telegraph

Following the sell-out Carpet Remnant World, the acclaimed writer and comedian presents a mixed stew of new ideas in preparation for a third BBC TV series. Exploring ideas from parental alcoholism, justifiable shoplifting, urban foxes, and vasectomies, to Helena Bonham Carter, Anglo Saxon epic poetry, The Big Bang and Judith Chalmers - see it live so you can begin the backlash ahead of transmission. ‘Sharp, sophisticated... Masterful’ ★★★★ Times ‘undoubtedly the best comedian in Britain’ ★★★★★ Daily Mirror ‘A slime-pit of bitterness’ Daily Mail

‘A joy to watch’ ★★★★ Evening Standard Tue – Sat 7.45pm & Sat 2.30pm £15.00* Concessions £2.00 off

8.00pm £20.50* Concessions £2.00 off

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A Third Angel and Sheffield Theatres co-production

The Life and Loves of a Nobody Tue 21 – Sat 25 January Sheffield based, internationally acclaimed Third Angel return to the Crucible with their premiére of The Life and Loves of a Nobody. Rachel always wanted to be a star. Rachel wanted to run away with the circus. And have her name in lights. And escape from this house. And she dreamed of the future.

Tue 7.45pm £5.00 Concessions £2.00 off Wed - Sat 7.45pm and Sat 2.30pm £10.00 Concessions £2.00 off Centre Stage Membership discount £2.00 off A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash).

But people can be ugly. The closer they are the uglier they get. And there’s nobody closer to yourself than yourself. Life is a juggling act. Love is a high-wire.

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Thu 23 Jan 7.45pm

Try to do both at once and it’s a long way down. But even if the act goes wrong, you can still be famous for the fall.

Talkback Thu 23 January

‘the great thing about Third Angel is you never know what you’re going to get...heavenly work’ Guardian

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

www.thirdangel.co.uk Supported by ARC Stockton, Theatre in the Mill, Bradford, and a private donor.

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Propeller

A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Comedy of Errors By William Shakespeare

Thu 23 January – Sat 1 February Nobody does Shakespeare like Propeller! A Midsummer Night’s Dream has enchanted packed houses all over the world. In Shakespeare’s most magical play, love and illusion collide when two pairs of lovers become entangled in fairy mischief on the eve of a Royal Wedding. Dreams and reality become interchangeable and romantic chaos ensues. Seeing really is believing! In Shakespeare’s smartest and most farcical play, The Comedy of Errors, two sets of estranged twins, separated at birth, find themselves in the same city 25 years later with hilarious consequences. Fortunately the audience is always one step ahead... ‘I’d go so far to say this production is touched by genius’ ★★★★★ Mail on Sunday on A Midsummer Night’s Dream ‘Blissfully entertaining...the funniest and most farcical I’ve seen’ ★★★★ Guardian on The Comedy of Errors

For details of performance schedule, see diary, page 49 Tue – Thu 7.30pm £15.00 £20.00 £23.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discount applies Schools £10.00 tickets for full time education groups of 10 or more. One free supervisory ticket for every 10 bought Fri & Sat 7.30pm £18.00 £23.00 £26.00 Fri 31 January 2.00pm £14.00 £19.00 £22.00 School discounts apply Sat 3.00pm £14.00 £19.00 £22.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Thu 30 January 7.30pm

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Tue 7.00pm Wed & Thu 10.30am and 1.30pm Fri 7.00pm Sat 11.00am & 2.30pm £12.00 £15.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group and School discounts apply

Birmingham Stage Company

Tom’s Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce adapted by David Wood

Tue 4 – Sat 8 February Is it possible to travel back in time? Tom has always believed it cannot be done, but when the grandfather clock in the hallway chimes thirteen times, Tom is transported to a secret garden from the past. Here he meets Hatty and together these two new friends enjoy fantastic adventures in a magical wonderland. But with each new journey through time, strange things begin to happen and Tom must solve the mystery of the midnight garden! The Birmingham Stage Company presents this classic story, following their acclaimed productions of James and the Giant Peach and Horrible Histories. If you’re looking for a magnificent family adventure, book your tickets now – while there’s still time! ‘At last we get a play with a superb storyline which has everything – magic, suspense, ghosts and wonder!’ ★★★★★ The Birmingham Post

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Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Thu 6 February 10.30am

THE BRIAN FRIEL SEASON Photograph by Bobbie Hanvey

‘Nobody can write as wrenchingly as Friel about the ache of the soul and its yearning for ecstasy’ Times Brian Friel is an award-winning Irish dramatist, author and director, widely celebrated for his portrayal of social and political life in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Continuing our tradition of producing whole seasons dedicated to the work of one writer, Sheffield Theatres is proud to present three plays by Brian Friel: Afterplay, Translations and Wonderful Tennessee. Taking place in each of our auditoria alongside a programme of complementary events, this season offers the opportunity to experience the breadth of Brian Friel’s work from four decades of his writing career.

SEASON TICKET DEAL Book for all three Brian Friel plays at the same time and save 10% on the price of your tickets Offer excludes Public Dress Rehearsal and preview performances. All tickets must be purchased in one transaction. Offer cannot be applied retrospectively and is not available online. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts or offers.

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PLAY READINGS Bring a snack along and listen to FREE readings of Brian Friel’s work in your lunch break.

LIVING QUARTERS

THE COMMUNICATION CORD

FATHERS AND SONS

Fri 21 February 1.00pm

Fri 28 February 1.00pm

Fri 7 March 1.00pm

Loosely based on the Phaedra and Hippolytus myth, Living Quarters is a memory play told through a series of flashbacks. It looks back at the fateful day when Commander Butler returns home a hero from a successful UN mission to celebrate with his children and his new young wife, but a grim secret is revealed that disrupts the evening.

An hilarious antidote to the sentiments so movingly expressed in his earlier play Translations. Friel’s first farce is set in a remote Donegal peasant cottage which has been converted into a weekend retreat for members of the urban élite. Jack loans the cottage to his friend Tim, a shy linguistics lecturer, for one hour so that he may impress his girlfriend’s father, a domineering senator. However, not everything goes according to plan resulting in complications, cover-ups and confusion.

Adapted from Ivan Turgenev’s 1862 novel of the same name. In mid nineteenth century rural Russia, a brilliant, anarchic young medical student arrives at the provincial family villa of his best friend, Arkady, for the summer vacation. He wants to despise the family for their unshakable complacency, but he is tormented by conflicting emotions. His desperate action has tragic consequences.

WORKSHOP TEXT AND THE ACTOR Sat 15 February 10.30am – 12.30pm Part of our Brian Friel Season, this is a great opportunity to work with Róisín McBrinn, director of Afterplay, and Associate Director of Sherman Cymru. Work with Róisín on text and character to develop your skills as a performer. This workshop is suitable for those interested in performance aged 16+. £14.00*

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A Sheffield Theatres Production

Thu 6 February – Sat 1 March

Director Róisín McBrinn Designer Paul Wills Lighting Designer Paul Keogan Composer Richard Taylor Casting Director Anne McNulty

Early 1920s. Moscow.

Public Dress Rehearsal Thu 6 February 7.45pm £1.00

Afterplay

By Brian Friel

A chance meeting in a late night cafe between a concert violinist and a determined estate owner leads to a meeting of minds.

Previews and Mon 10 Feb £10.00

As they find a comfortable familiarity in each other, their stories unfold until the glow of their fantasies make way for reality.

Tue - Fri 7.45pm £15.00 Concessions £2.50 off

Two of Chekhov’s characters: Sonya, Uncle Vanya’s dutiful niece and Andrey, the downtrodden intellectual brother of The Three Sisters, meet 20 years after their original plays were set to reclaim their own identities.

Sat 7.45pm £18.00 Matinees 2.15pm £13.00 School discount available Mon - Thu eves and midweek matinees Group discount available Mon - Thu eves Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46 £5.00 16–26 year olds Fri 7, Sat 8, Mon 10 and Wed 19 Feb

Tue 25 Feb 7.45pm Talkback Thu 20 February

SEASON TICKET DEAL For more information see p12

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A Sheffield Theatres co-production with English Touring Theatre and the Rose Theatre Kingston

Translations By Brian Friel

Thu 13 February – Sat 8 March 1833. Rural Ireland. The British Army arrives to translate Gaelic place names into the King’s English. Farm girl Máire finds herself torn between the affections of the local school teacher and the love of a British soldier, between her native tongue and a new language, between the comfort of the world she knows and the excitement of foreign possibilities. The resulting clash of cultures strikes at the heart of the community as they struggle to interpret a new language, and each other. What gets lost in translation?

Director James Grieve Designer Lucy Osborne Lighting Designer James Farncombe Sound Designer and Composer Tom Gibbons Casting Director Anne McNulty Public Dress Rehearsal Thu 13 February 7.30pm £1.00 Previews £10.00 Tue - Fri 7.30pm (Mon 17 Feb 7.00pm) £19.00 Concessions £2.50 off Sat 7.30pm £21.00 Matinees 2.30pm £15.00 School discount available Mon - Thu eves and midweek matinees Group discount available Mon - Thu eves Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46 £5.00 16–26 year olds Fri 14 – Wed 19 Feb

Thu 27 Feb 7.30pm Wed 5 Mar 2.30pm Talkback Thu 27 February

SEASON TICKET DEAL For more information see p12

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A Sheffield Theatres Production

Wonderful Tennessee

Director Paul Miller Casting Director Anne McNulty

By Brian Friel

Previews £12.00

Thu 27 February – Sat 8 March

Mon - Fri 7.45pm £16.00 £20.00 £22.00 Concessions £2.50 off

Present day. Ballybeg Pier.

Sat 7.45pm £18.00 £22.00 £24.00

Celebrating his birthday, Terry, his wife Berna and their four friends set off on a trip to the coast of Donegal, and the Island of Mystery.

Wed 2.00pm & Sat 3.00pm £15.00 £18.00 £20.00

As the buoyant friends await their transport, drunkenly sharing stories and songs from their lives, the mist starts to rise on more than just the mysterious island of their destination. Soon, each find themselves looking out toward a new horizon.

School discount available Mon - Thu eves and midweek matinees Group discount available Mon - Thu eves Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash).

For more information on concessions see p46 £5.00 16–26 year olds Fri 28 Feb – Tue 4 Mar

Thu 6 Mar 7.45pm Sat 8 Mar 3.00pm Talkback Thu 6 March

SEASON TICKET DEAL For more information see p12

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Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Mon 10 – Sat 15 February Set in Oregon in 1850 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is the story of Adam (Sam Attwater – Dancing on Ice champion, EastEnders), the eldest of seven brothers, who goes to town to get a wife. He convinces Milly (Helena Blackman – How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?, The Wizard of Oz) to marry him that same day. They return to his backwoods home. Only then does she discover he has six brothers - all living in his cabin. Milly sets out to reform the uncouth siblings, who are anxious to get wives of their own. Then, after reading about the Roman capture of the Sabine women, Adam develops an inspired solution to his brothers’ loneliness - kidnap the women they want! This breathtaking production is guaranteed to put a spring in your step and a tune on your lips. It’s toe-tapping good! ‘As an evening of rollicking entertainment, this production is a real heartwarmer’ The Telegraph ‘It’s rootin’ tootin’ rollicking fun’ WhatsOnStage

Mon – Thu 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discounts apply Fri & Sat 7.45pm £26.00 £31.00 £34.00 Thu 2.00pm £19.00 £24.00 £27.00 Sat 2.00pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Thu 13 February 7.45pm Sat 15 Feb 2.00pm

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Happy Days – A New Musical

Mon – Thu 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discounts apply

Mon 17 – Sat 22 February Happy days are here again with the premiére of a brand new UK tour based on the hit TV series, featuring the unforgettable ‘King of Cool’ Arthur ‘The Fonz’ Fonzarelli. Join your favourite ’50s family, the Cunninghams and the rest of the gang – Potsie, Ralph Malph, Joanie and Chachi as they battle to save their beloved diner Arnold’s from demolition. In a race against time, can everyone’s favourite hero ‘The Fonz’ save the day? Happy Days – A New Musical is written by Garry Marshall, the legendary creator of the television series. TV’s original Fonz, Henry Winkler, will also be working as Creative Consultant on the show, which includes 21 original songs by Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe award-winning Hall of Fame Songwriter, Paul Williams (Bugsy Malone, Evergreen, Rainy Days and Mondays). The show also contains the much-loved Happy Days theme song from the TV show. Starring Cheryl Baker (Bucks Fizz) as Mrs Cunningham, popstar Heidi Range as Pinky Tuscadero and Ben Freeman (Emmerdale) in the iconic role of ‘The Fonz’, this is a hilarious feel-good musical that is guaranteed to have you rockin’ and rollin’ all week long!

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Fri & Sat 7.45pm £26.00 £31.00 £34.00 Thu 2.00pm £19.00 £24.00 £27.00 Sat 3.00pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Thu 20 February 7.45pm Sat 22 February 3.00pm

Croft House Theatre Company

Grease Book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey

Tue 11 – Sat 15 March Grease has been voted the greatest musical of all time and is being performed LIVE on stage at Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre in March 2014. This fabulous show features all your favourite songs including Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted to You, You’re The One That I Want, Greased Lightnin’ and many more. This is an amateur production.

Tue – Fri 7.15pm £10.00 £18.00 £20.00 Group discount: buy 14 tickets and receive the 15th ticket for free (excl. front circle) Sat 2.00pm £10.00 £18.00 £20.00 Sat 7.15pm £10.00 £20.00 £22.00 Grease is presented through special arrangement with and all authorised performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW), 570 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10018. www.theatricalrights.com A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

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Stuart Maconie

ThickSkin presents

Chalk Farm

The People’s Songs

By Kieran Hurley and AJ Taudevin

Wed 12 March 7.30pm

Thu 3 & Fri 4 April 7.15pm

Spend an evening in the company of this popular and prolific TV and radio presenter, journalist, columnist and author as he talks about his new book and epic radio series, The People’s Songs, a social history of modern Britain told through pop singles. It’s a project that Stuart is both proud of and passionate about and tells the story of modern Britain through the records that we listened to and loved during the dramatic and kaleidoscopic period from the Second World War to the present day.

Award-winning playwrights Kieran Hurley and AJ Taudevin, join forces with highly-acclaimed ThickSkin (Blackout, The Static), in this explosive new play about love and blame in the aftermath of the 2011 London riots. Through a mother’s desire for safety and acceptance and a young boy’s need to be recognised, to be part of something, Chalk Farm offers an uncompromising and ultimately heartbreaking examination of a fractured society.

Known as co-host of the Radcliffe and Maconie Show on BBC Radio 6 Music, as well as The Freak Zone and The Freakier Zone on 6 Music, he has also written and presents dozens of other shows on BBC Radio and TV. As well as acclaimed official biographies of Blur and James, he is also one of the UK’s top selling travel writers, with Adventures on the High Teas bringing comparisons to Bill Bryson and The Times calling him a National Treasure.

‘A point marked in time when it all began to crack, when the game is over, when the surface is ripped open showing what the world really looks like. And we were there.’ Fresh from extraordinary critical and audience acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe, Chalk Farm features ThickSkin’s trademark style of heartstopping visual theatre, fusing multi-media, movement and text.

£16.00 Concessions £2.50 off

‘brilliant, sharp, poetic, passionate, full of searing insight into the politics of blame’ ★★★★ The Scotsman

Centre Stage Membership discounts apply

Suitable for 14+

A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash).

£12.00 Concessions £2.00 off

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Told by an Idiot and Birmingham Repertory Theatre present

Never Try This At Home A disturbing homage to Saturday morning TV In association with Soho Theatre

Tue – Thu 7.45pm & Sat 2.30pm £15.50 Concessions £2.50 off Fri & Sat 7.45pm £18.50 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply

By Carl Grose and Told by an Idiot Directed by Paul Hunter Designed by Michael Vale

Tue 18 – Sat 22 March Shushi was a programme so anarchic in its time that adults and children alike watched in their millions. Until one fatal transmission where the female presenter was pushed over the edge, an obsessive fan resorted to desperate measures, and Phil Collins was locked in his dressing room. Inspired by legendary Saturday morning shows such as Tiswas and Going Live, Never Try This At Home re-unites the remaining survivors of an infamous TV show, Shushi, and throws the spotlight on those presenters who are soon to realise the insidious side to fame. With a local house band and actual Shushi footage, Never Try This At Home is a hilarious, violent and disturbing exposé of the world of TV and fame. Studio Theatre 24

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Tue – Thu 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discounts apply

Music & Lyrics in association with the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton present

Starring Paul Michael Glaser as Tevye

Fiddler on the Roof Directed and Choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood Book by Joseph Stein

Music by Jerry Bock

Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

Tue 18 – Sat 22 March From the award-winning producers of The King and I and High Society comes a new production of one of the world’s favourite musicals. Directed and choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood, the nation’s favourite Strictly Come Dancing judge and master of the musical stage, it stars the celebrated and acclaimed actor, director and writer, Paul Michael Glaser (Starsky in the iconic 70s TV series Starsky & Hutch) in the lead role of Tevye. Filled to the brim with classic songs like If I Were a Rich Man, Matchmaker Matchmaker, Sunrise Sunset and To Life, Fiddler On The Roof was the longest running production on Broadway for over 13 years and when you join Tevye, his family and friends, you will understand why. ‘gritty, heartfelt and passionate’ The Stage Lyceum Theatre 25

Fri & Sat 7.45pm £26.00 £31.00 £34.00 Wed & Thu 2.00pm £19.00 £24.00 £27.00 Sat 3.00pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

Thu 20 March 7.45pm Sat 22 March 3.00pm

Tue –Thu 7.45pm £15.00 £24.00 £32.00 £35.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group and school discounts apply

Northern Ballet

Cleopatra Tue 25 – Sat 29 March After a hugely successful debut in 2011, Northern Ballet’s acclaimed production Cleopatra returns to Sheffield. With music by Les Misérables and Miss Saigon composer ClaudeMichel Schönberg and choreography from David Nixon OBE, Cleopatra brings to life the incredible story of one of the most iconic women in history. Beautiful, sensual and determined; mother, lover and queen. In a world ruled by men, this courageous and compulsive woman overturned convention and changed the course of history. Northern Ballet’s stunning production charts Cleopatra’s sensational rise to power, her scandalous romances with the world’s most powerful men and her ultimate downfall. ‘Gripping entertainment’ ★★★★ The Mail on Sunday ‘Modern ballet at its best’ Woman & Home

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National Theatre Connections

Sheffield People’s Theatre

Thu 27 March – Wed 2 April 7.15pm

Young Company Opportunity for those aged 14 - 17

Great theatre for young audiences!

Fancy being part of Sheffield People’s Theatre and working on a brand new play to perform in our Studio Theatre as part of the National Theatre’s Connections project?

National Theatre Connections festival at Sheffield Theatres is a great week of new work performed by young companies. There is a fantastic selection of challenging, interesting and exciting work for young people to come and watch. Luke Norris, Pauline McLynn, Sam Holcroft and Matt Hartley are amongst the playwrights this year.

A fantastic opportunity for those aged 14 - 17 years to work as part of the People’s Theatre and work with theatre professionals. Those interested need good availability from early December through to late March. Rehearsals will take place on Saturdays and weekday evenings, as well as during half term.

£5.00 A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash).

If you would like to register your interest to audition please visit our website and download the audition form. Please email your completed form no later than Thursday 21 November. Auditions take place on Saturday 23 and Saturday 30 November.

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A Sheffield Theatres Production Barry Hines’

Kes A dance-theatre adaptation by Jonathan Watkins With original music by Alex Baranowski

Thu 27 March – Sat 5 April Barry Hines’ celebrated story, A Kestrel for A Knave, is reimagined in this theatrical dance adaptation. Billy Casper, isolated at home and school, is shaped by two contrasting worlds: an industrial, working class Barnsley and the natural landscape that surrounds his Yorkshire town. When he finds and befriends a wild kestrel hawk, his whole life soars to new heights as his relationship with the bird of prey unleashes his imagination, inspiring him to reach for the sky. Adapted and choreographed by Barnsley born Director Jonathan Watkins, eight professional and 20 young local dancers combine dance, physical theatre and puppetry in this world premiére production, to bring the moving story of Kes to life.

Director and Choreographer Jonathan Watkins Composer Alex Baranowski Designer Ben Stones Puppetry Design and Direction Rachael Canning Lighting Designer Mark Henderson Sound Designer Nick Greenhill World Premiére Public Dress Rehearsal Thu 27 March 7.30pm £1.00 Previews £10.00 Mon - Fri 7.30pm (Mon 31 March 7.00pm) £19.00 Concessions £2.50 off Family ticket £62.00 (4 tickets, min. 1 under 16) Sat 7.30pm £21.00 Family ticket £70.00 (4 tickets, min. 1 under 16) Matinees 2.30pm £15.00 School discount available Mon - Thu eves and midweek matinees Group discount available Mon - Thu eves Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46 £5.00 16–26 year olds Fri 28 – Mon 31 March Talkback Thu 3 April This production is supported by

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Fame – The Musical Mon 31 March – Sat 5 April It’s back and it’s gonna live forever! Take a hi-octane roller coaster ride with this brand new production based on the Oscar-winning musical film and hugely successful TV series. Join a group of star-struck wannabes as they embark on their quest for the ultimate accolade – fame. At the world famous High School for Performing Arts New York, young talented hopefuls undertake the journey of their lives. Ambition, triumph, heartbreak and romance conspire to steer them off course, and the pressure is too much for some. But, these kids are determined to live forever and as they rocket through breathtaking dance routines and show stopping tunes Fame is the feel-good sensation that you will never forget!

Mon – Thu 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discounts apply Schools: £15.00 tickets for full time education groups of 10 or more. One free supervisory ticket for every 10 bought Fri & Sat 7.45pm £27.00 £32.00 £35.00 Thu 2.00pm £20.00 £25.00 £28.00 Sat 3.00pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

‘Sensational’ Daily Express ‘Breathtaking’ Independent

Thu 3 April 7.45pm Sat 5 April 3.00pm

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Peppa Pig’s Big Splash Tue 8 – Wed 9 April Come and join Peppa and her friends for another all-singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games and muddy puddles! The nursery roof is leaking and Peppa and her friends need to fix it - quick! As they set up a fete to raise the money for the repairs, they’ll need your help to make sure everything goes smoothly. Peppa Pig returns live on stage with super cute puppets and brilliant sing-along songs in this brand new show that will brighten your day. ‘A treat for your little one’s eyes and ears’ ★★★★★ Daily Express 10.00am & 1.00pm £14.00 £16.00* Concessions £2.00 off Group discount applies Family ticket £56.00 (4 tickets, min. 2 children) For more information on concessions see p46

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Morecambe Tue 8 – Wed 9 April 8.00pm The man what brought us sunshine. Don’t miss this brand new production of Tim Whitnall’s Olivier Award-winning play, starring the Olivier-nominated Bob Golding as comedy icon, Eric Morecambe. Directed by Paul Hendy, the show is a moving, often hilarious tale about one of Britain’s bestloved entertainers: from humble beginnings in Music Hall to 28 million viewers on Christmas Day, it’s the heart-warming, tear-jerking, laughter-inducing story of the man what brought us the sunshine. What do you think of it so far? Brilliant!

Fascinating Aida Charm Offensive Thu 10 April 7.45pm Following a sold-out 2012 tour, three Olivier Award nominations and over 10 million YouTube hits for Cheap Flights (their infamous anthem to budget air travel), Dillie Keane, Adele Anderson and Liza Pulman celebrate 30 years of Fascinating Aida with a brand new show. Expect topical new songs hot off the press, plus some outrageous old favourites, as Fascinating Aida continue to grow old disgracefully! ‘Cabaret Heaven’ ★★★★★ Metro ‘Outrageous... seductive’ ★★★★ Guardian

‘...will bring sunshine into the lives of all who see it’ ★★★★★ Daily Telegraph

‘Engages the brain as well as the funny-bone.’ ★★★★★ The Times

‘Wonderful. Exceptional. Incredibly emotional. Hilarious’ ★★★★★ The Times

‘Hilarious’ ★★★★ Telegraph £20.50*

Reviews for original West End production

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Snooker Legends Thu 10 April 7.00pm This year two more legends of the game get the chance to grace the hallowed baize of snooker’s most famous venue once again. In 1986 Joe Johnson shocked Steve Davis to capture the World Championship. Now 28 years on Joe gets the chance to return to the scene of his greatest triumph to partner the greatest ever, Stephen Hendry.

English Touring Opera

The Magic Flute By Mozart

Fri 11 April 7.45pm Probably the world’s favourite opera, The Magic Flute tells the enchanting story of a young prince and princess on a dreamlike journey in pursuit of love. Great comedy, spectacular costumes and memorable tunes mean this is the opera to charm children and captivate anyone going to the opera for the first time. ‘As good and mad as opera gets’ Observer

King Priam

Up against them are 1991 World Champion and BBC pundit, John Parrott, and another man who shocked Steve Davis on his debut in 1982 by beating him 10-1, the pin up boy of 80’s snooker Tony Knowles.

By Tippett

John Virgo will be on hand to provide expert analysis and laughter and Michaela Tabb will be in charge.

Brilliant, insightful and musically gripping, King Priam is a prime example of British opera at its best.

£25.00* VIP tickets £75.00*

Sat 12 April 7.45pm Troy is under siege. In the city, the old King recounts the events leading up to the war, waiting for his own death. All the familiar characters and stories – Hector and Achilles, Paris, Helen and the Gods – are brought to life in this memorable meditation on the futility of war.

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Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story On Stage Tue 15 April – Sat 3 May Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story On Stage is an unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-pounding music, passionate romance and sensationally sexy dancing. Seen by millions across the globe this worldwide smash-hit tells the classic story of Baby and Johnny, two fiercely independent young spirits from different worlds, who come together in what will be the most challenging and triumphant summer of their lives. Featuring hit songs, including Hungry Eyes, Hey! Baby, Do You Love Me? and the heart stopping (I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life. Don’t miss your chance to see this truly spectacular musical theatre event. You’ll have the time of your life! ‘The dance scenes pulse with colour and energy’ ★★★★ Metro ‘The biggest live theatre sensation of all time’ Observer

Mon – Thu 7.45pm £28.00 £34.00 £39.00 £45.00 Premium tickets £70.00 Concessions £2.50 off & group discounts available Tue 15 – Thu 17 April only Fri 8.30pm & Sat 7.45pm £31.00 £37.00 £42.00 £48.00 Premium tickets £75.00 Fri 5.00pm £24.00 £30.00 £35.00 £38.00 Premium tickets £46.00 Wed 16 April 2.00pm and Sat 3.00pm £29.00 £35.00 £40.00 £43.00 Premium tickets £46.00 Centre Stage Membership discounts apply Tue 15 – Thu 17 April and Monday performances A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46 Thu 24 April 7.45pm

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Fri 2 May 5.00pm

Brassed Off

Wed – Thu 7.45pm £18.00 £23.00 £26.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group and school discounts apply

Adapted by Paul Allen Based on the Screenplay by Mark Herman

Fri 8.30pm & Sat 7.45pm £20.00 £25.00 £28.00

Wed 7 – Sat 10 May

Thu 2.00pm & Fri 5.00pm £15.00 £20.00 £23.00

A Touring Consortium Theatre Company and York Theatre Royal Production

Starring John McArdle as Danny

John McArdle

It is 1992. Grimley Colliery faces the threat of closure and the future of the brass band seems uncertain. With the miners torn between redundancy packages and the picket lines, band-leader Danny’s hopes of winning the national brass band competition seem like a distant dream. But the arrival of flugelhorn-playing Gloria brings hope, romance and controversy to the Yorkshire brass band on the brink of collapse. Featuring rousing live music Brassed Off is a funny and heartwarming drama that reaches stirring heights as a locally cast brass band performs the final scene, set in the Royal Albert Hall, live on the stage of the Lyceum Theatre. Passionate and inspiring - a celebration of human endeavour and community spirit in triumph against all the odds.

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The National Theatre production

One Man, Two Guvnors Wed 14 – Sat 24 May ‘The funniest show on the planet’ ★★★★★ Daily Mail The National Theatre’s award-winning comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, embarks on its biggest-ever tour of the UK and Ireland. Now seen by over one million people worldwide, this internationally acclaimed smash-hit is a glorious celebration of British comedy – a unique, laugh-out-loud mix of satire, songs, slapstick and glittering one-liners. Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe. But Roscoe is really Rachel, posing as her own dead brother – who’s been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers. Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a job with one Stanley Stubbers – but to prevent discovery, he must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple. Directed by Nick Hytner and written by Richard Bean. Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, with songs by Grant Olding. ‘One Man, Two Guvnors, one massive hit’ ★★★★★ Independent ‘Comic perfection. What are you waiting for? Book now!’ ★★★★★ Daily Telegraph Lyceum Theatre 35

Mon – Thu 7.45pm £20.00 £26.00 £28.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group and School discounts apply Family ticket £100 (4 tickets, max. 2 adults) Fri & Sat 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Sat 3.00pm £20.00 £25.00 £28.00 Thu 22 May 2.00pm £18.00 £23.00 £26.00 School discount applies Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

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A Sheffield Theatres Production

Boeing Boeing By Marc Camoletti Translated by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans

Thu 15 May – Sat 7 June When Bernard’s air hostess fiancée turns up at his apartment on an unscheduled stopover, he’s delighted to see her. The problem is, his other two girlfriends have had the same idea. As all three women prepare for a night with their husband-to-be, can Bernard stop his beautifully designed love life from crash landing? Jonathan Humphreys (Happy Days, The Village Bike) returns to Sheffield to direct this hilarious farce on the Crucible stage.

Director Jonathan Humphreys Designer Fabrice Serafino Lighting Designer Natasha Chivers Music and Sound Ben and Max Ringham Public Dress Rehearsal Thu 15 May 7.30pm £1.00 Previews £10.00 Mon - Fri 7.30pm (Mon 19 May 7.00pm) £21.00 Concessions £2.50 off Sat 7.30pm £23.00 Matinees 2.30pm £16.00 School discount available Mon - Thu eves and midweek matinees Group discount available Mon - Thu eves Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46 £5.00 16–26 year olds Thu 15 – Mon 19 May

Thu 29 May 7.30pm Sat 31 May 2.30pm Talkback Thu 29 May

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Tonight’s the Night

Tue - Thu 7.45pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discount applies

Written by Ben Elton

Tue 27 – Sat 31 May Rod Stewart is one of the best selling recording artists of all time. In a career spanning five decades he’s as popular now as ever with his acclaimed new album Time topping the UK charts, a sell-out Arena Tour in 2013 and last year’s No.1 Bestseller Rod – An Autobiography. Tonight’s the Night, the smash hit West End musical comedy inspired by the songs of Rod is the all-singing, all-dancing feel good show which went on to play sold-out theatres across the UK. Our hero Stu is a shy young man, so tongue tied that he cannot find the courage to declare his love to the girl of his dreams. How different he is to his hero, that legendary rock ‘n’ roll vagabond Rod Stewart. Rediscover the magic of 25 classic Rod songs including Maggie May, Baby Jane, Hot Legs, Sailing, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy and Tonight’s the Night in this sensational musical comedy featuring spectacular staging, a world class band and dazzling choreography.

Fri 8.30pm and Sat 7.45pm £26.00 £31.00 £34.00 Wed 2.00pm and Fri 5.00pm £24.00 £29.00 £32.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discount applies Sat 3.00pm £24.00 £31.00 £34.00 Concessions £2.50 off Group discount applies Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46

‘Did I think it was sexy? You bet!’ Daily Mirror

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Music in the Round

£5.00 - £16.50

Spring Concert Series

Concessions £2.50 off (£1.00 A transaction fee of £1.50 Group online) discount applies to applies all bookings made at

January – April 2014

the Box Office (excl. cash).

Join Music in the Round for an inspiring Spring Series of concerts from Ensemble 360 and guests. This year we will be exploring Schubert in a weekend of concerts, lectures and family events (Friday 7 – Sunday 9 March). Other highlights include performances from violin and piano duo Tasmin Little and Martin Roscoe; the return of the Elias String Quartet; more from Tim Horton’s magnetic Beethoven Piano Sonata series and infectiously enjoyable Baroque music from period-instrument ensemble Florilegium. The series concludes with a brilliant programme of Mozart and Hummel from Ensemble 360. There are also opportunities to get closer to the music through talks, musician Q&A sessions and a whole host of interactive events for younger audiences from our Music in the Community team.

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Sheffield People’s Theatre

The Sheffield Mysteries By Chris Bush

Tue 15 – Sat 19 July

Director Daniel Evans Designer Richard Kent Lighting Designer Gary Longfield Sound Designer Nick Greenhill Movement Director Lucy Hind Mon - Fri 7.15pm £15.00 Concessions £2.50 off

On and on dawn breaks And spills down streets like a split egg yolk Soft and golden to the city’s sizzling pan... A single day, taking us from dawn till dusk, from the beginning of time to the ends of the earth, from Stannington to Woodhouse. Inspired by and responding to the medieval mystery cycles, The Sheffield Mysteries offer a frank and funny celebration of the human spirit, with a distinctly Yorkshire flavour. Performed by around one hundred actors, singers, dancers and musicians from Sheffield People’s Theatre (Lives in Art, 20 Tiny Plays About Sheffield).

Sat 2.15pm & 7.15pm £15.00 School discount available Mon - Thu eves Group discount available Mon - Thu eves Centre Stage Membership discounts apply A transaction fee of £1.50 (£1.00 online) applies to all bookings made at the Box Office (excl. cash). For more information on concessions see p46 £5.00 16–26 year olds Tue 15 & Wed 16 July Talkback Thu 17 July

This production is supported by

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Forthcoming Highlights

Chariots of Fire

Buddy

Let It Be

Mon 2 – Sat 7 June

The Buddy Holly Story

Mon 23 – Sat 28 June

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£14.00 - £29.00*

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£18.00 - £34.00*

£19.00 - £32.00*

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On Sale Now

WEST SIDE STORY

Based on a conception by JEROME ROBBINS

Book by ARTHUR LAURENTS

Music by LEONARD BERNSTEIN

Originally produced on Broadway by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince by arrangement with Roger L. Stevens

Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Entire original production directed

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West Side Story

JEROME ROBBINS

Tue 1 – Sat 12 July

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain

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Tue 15 – Sat 19 July

£27.00 - £45.00*

Lyceum Theatre £12.00 - £15.00*

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Learning at Sheffield Theatres

Get involved with the great range of Learning opportunities at Sheffield Theatres. Work with professionals, develop your skills and perform on our stages.

Skills Workshops

Play Reading Group

Schools

Skills workshops are led by a range of fantastic artists and focus on theatremaking, offering you skills and insights into how we make theatre!

Read and discuss a range of plays linked to the work on our stages in this guest-facilitated group.

We offer bespoke workshops, tours and talks for schools, colleges and universities. If you would like to delve into our productions, explore an area of theatre, discover more about a career, or just come for a tour, contact us to find out what we can do!

Kes – Telling the Story Sat 5 April 10.00am – 12.00pm How do we use dance to tell the story of Kes in our new production? Work with actors and our creative team to explore how to bring story and character to life through movement. This workshop is ideal for those interested in performance, and who want to develop and enhance their skills in movement.

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Mon 6 January Sixty Five Miles by Matt Hartley Wed 2 April Don’t Dress for Dinner by Robin Hawdon and Marc Camoletti Mon 2 June

There are also a number of performance and work experience opportunities available for schools and pupils this season.

£9.00* (includes tea and coffee) All events 10.30am – 1.00pm

Connections Festival Connect Workshops Thu 27 or Mon 31 March 2.00pm – 4.00pm or 4.00pm – 6.00pm

This workshop is suited to those aged 12+. You do not need to be proficient in dance.

If you are bringing your group to see National Theatre Connections, why not come and spend the afternoon with us too. Workshops for students aged 13 – 19 are aimed at developing performance skills. The students will have the opportunity to work in a professional theatre environment, working with text, voice and character.

£12.00* Acting Farce – Mastering Comic Timing Sat 7 June 10.00am – 12.00pm Work with director Jonathan Humphreys (The Village Bike and Happy Days) and learn how to act in a farce! Look at comic timing, playing heightened characters and choreographing slapstick moments on the set of Boeing Boeing

£5.00* per student (minimum of 20 students to be paid for)

Suitable for those aged 16+ £12.00*

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Take the Stage

Sheffield People’s Theatre Needs You

April – June with performances on Mon 23 June or Tue 24 June

Sheffield People’s Theatre is our intergenerational theatre company, whose previous projects have included Lives in Art and 20 Tiny Plays About Sheffield. This season we are looking for those aged 12 plus who are interested in performing in a new play, The Sheffield Mysteries, which will be staged in the Crucible Theatre in July 2014 (see page 40).

Working with theatre professionals, schools will rehearse a production specially selected for Take the Stage. During the rehearsal process, schools will receive support and guidance from professionals, and work with experts in various artistic fields to develop and enhance their production based around Grimm’s Tales. Sheffield Theatres will work with a designer and transform the stage for these productions. On Mon 23 and Tue 24 June, three schools each evening will take to the Crucible stage to undertake a technical rehearsal and performance. £450.00* (Plus VAT) Maximum class size 35

If you are a novice or a seasoned performer who would like to be a member of the company and work with brilliant artists, develop new skills and create theatre, then we would like to meet you! Application opens Monday 3 February If you would like to register your interest in auditioning, application forms will be available at sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/learning/sheffield-peoples-theatre from Mon 3 February. The deadline for applications is Sat 22 March with auditions held from Sat 5 – Sat 12 April. Members of the company will need good availability between April and July 2014. If you would like any further details about Sheffield People’s Theatre please email spt@sheffieldtheatres.co.uk

To find out more about Take the Stage, or to book a place contact e.hutchinson@sheffieldtheatres. co.uk

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How to Book You can book tickets by telephone, in person or on our website Box Office 0114 249 6000 sheffieldtheatres.co.uk

Our scheme for 16-26 year olds offers £5.00 tickets to selected performances of Sheffield Theatres productions (subject to availability).

All bookings made at the Box Office (excluding cash) are subject to a £1.50 transaction fee. Bookings made online are subject to a £1.00 fee.

Visit our website or Live for 5 Facebook page for more information.

Our Box Office is situated inside the Crucible Theatre on Tudor Square.

Book tickets for Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield City Hall & World Snooker.

Box Office opening hours Mon – Sat 10.00am to 8.00pm On the first Tuesday of every month the Box Office opens at 11.00am due to staff training.

Sheffield Theatres is part of the Sheffield Ticketing Network which means you can book tickets for events at Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield City Hall and the World Snooker Championships at our Box Office or on our website (10% transaction fee applies).

On non–performance days the Box Office closes at 6.00pm. On Sundays and Bank Holidays the Box Office opens one hour before the show.

Discounts and Concessions Concessions: £2.50 off for Senior Citizens, registered unemployed, disabled, full time students and children under 16.

Join the conversation

Groups: £3.00 off top two prices for groups of 10 or more, £4.00 off top two prices for groups of 25 or more. Call 0114 249 6000 for more information.

If you want to keep up-to-date with all the latest news and information from Sheffield Theatres, you can subscribe to our e-newsletter at sheffieldtheatres.co.uk

Schools: £12.00 tickets for full time education groups of 10 or more. One free supervisory ticket for every 10 bought. Did you know we’re also on Facebook and Twitter? Join our followers @crucibletheatre and @SheffieldLyceum, or ‘Like’ our Facebook page and join in the conversation. Hear about our forthcoming shows, be the first to see photographs from our rehearsal rooms, enter exclusive competitions and tell us what you think of the productions you’ve seen recently.

Centre Stage Members: £3.50 off for all Sheffield Theatres members Mon – Sat evenings. Prestige Club and concession members can also claim this discount on matinees. For further details on membership, call the Box Office on 0114 249 6000.

Terms and conditions All offers and discounts are subject to availability. Sheffield Theatres reserves the right to add or remove discounts at any time. Only one discount type applies per ticket. Proof of status must be shown. Re–sales: We endeavour to exchange (for the same production) or re–sell tickets (re–sale not guaranteed) if required at a charge of £1.00 per ticket. This service is free to members. We reserve the right to change Box Office opening hours. The information in this brochure was correct at the time of printing. Sheffield Theatres cannot be held responsible for late changes to programmes and casting. 46

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Access Sheffield Theatres is committed to making your visit as welcoming as possible and provides a wide range of access facilities.

Impaired mobility We have lower counters in the Box Office and bars in the Crucible, and wheelchair access is provided in all of our venues, including bars and toilets. Customers who benefit from the assistance of a companion can also claim one free carer seat.

Guide dogs Guide dogs and support dogs are welcome in public areas of the theatre and staff will be happy to take care of them during performances. Please advise Box Office when booking.

Relaxed performances Open to everyone, but specifically adapted for people with learning disabilities and other sensory and communication disorders - providing a more relaxed and supportive atmosphere in order to reduce anxiety.

Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing A loop system is available at the Box Office counter and we operate an infra-red system in the auditorium. We also have regular British Sign Language interpreted and captioned performances.

For further details on accessibility and access performances, including booking information or to join our free access mailing list, please contact the Box Office on 0114 249 6000.

Touch Tour We offer a touch tour on some of our performances. A touch tour is available for Oliver!

Visually impaired We have regular Audio Described performances and a number of these are preceded by guided Touch Tours of the production.

Alternative formats of this brochure can be provided upon request.

Getting Here

Visit sheffieldtheatres.co.uk for more information on travel.

The main entrance to the Crucible, Lyceum and Studio Theatres is on Tudor Square. Visit sheffieldtheatres. co.uk for advice, maps and guides about getting here on foot, by rail, tram, bus, coach, car and taxi.

Sheffield Theatres Trust 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 1DA Tel: 0114 249 5999

Public Transport: Log on to travelsouthyorkshire. com/timetables/sheffield for details of bus and tram services in Sheffield or call 01709 515151.

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FOOD & DRINK Complete your visit to the theatre with a drink at one of our bars and a delicious meal

Crucible Corner

Café Crucible

A favourite of audiences, cast and crew, Crucible Corner offers a superb view of the theatres and Tudor Square. With a warm atmosphere and beautiful setting; it’s a perfect place to enjoy the spring.

At the hub of Sheffield Theatres, our Cafe offers a variety of freshly made sandwiches, Panini, salads, cakes and hot food daily.

Choose a freshly prepared dish from our à la carte menu of light bites, main meals and weekly specials complemented by a wide variety of wines, real ales, draught and hot drinks.

A great place to sit and relax with friends or colleagues or to simply watch the world go by, our friendly service and reasonable prices are a great reason to pop in and say hello. Open from 10.00am Mon – Sat

If you are visiting the theatre enjoying a show, join us at Crucible Corner afterwards- you never know who you’ll see! The opening of Cafe Crucible has been made possible thanks to the generous support of the Foyle Foundation.

Open daily until late Mon – Sat Bookings recommended 0114 273 8255

We can’t wait to see you on your next visit.

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7.15pm

Oliver!

7.15pm

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Thu 9

Fri 10

Sat 11

Mon 13

Tue 14

Wed 15

Thu 16

Fri 17

Oliver!

Oliver!

Oliver!

Thu 23

Fri 24

Sat 25

Tom’s Midnight Garden Tom’s Midnight Garden Tom's Midnight Garden Tom’s Midnight Garden Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Wed 5

Thu 6

Fri 7

Sat 8

Mon 10

Tue 11

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Tom's Midnight Garden

Stewart Lee

Tue 4

Sat 1

8.00pm

The Comedy of Errors

Fri 31

February 2014

The Comedy of Errors

Thu 30

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream

8.00pm

A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Comedy of Errors

The Comedy of Errors

The Comedy of Errors

Wed 29

2.00pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

Dreamboats & Petticoats

Dreamboats & Petticoats

Dreamboats & Petticoats

Dreamboats & Petticoats

Dreamboats & Petticoats

The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Tue 28

Stewart Lee

7.15pm

Oliver!

Wed 22

Mon 27

7.15pm

Oliver!

Tue 21

7.15pm

Oliver!

Mon 20

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm TB

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

Oliver!

2.00pm

The Nutcracker

11.00am, 2.30pm

10.30am SP AD, 1.30pm

10.30am, 1.30pm

3.00pm CP

2.00pm

3.00pm

3.00pm

2.00pm

2.00pm CP

3.00pm

2.00pm

1.00pm

Jack & the Beanstalk

The Nutcracker

2.00pm

2.00pm AD SP

2.00pm

Matinee

Jack & the Beanstalk

Jack & the Beanstalk

Jack & the Beanstalk

Performance/Event

Lyceum

7.15pm AD SP TT The Nutcracker

7.15pm

Sat 18

2.00pm

2.00pm

2.00pm

7.15pm

Oliver!

Wed 8

7.15pm

Oliver!

7.15pm

Oliver!

Tue 7

2.00pm

2.00pm

Mon 6

Sun 5

7.15pm

Oliver!

Sat 4

7.15pm

Fri 3

2.00pm

Oliver!

Evening

Thu 2

Matinee

Performance/Event

Date

Crucible

January 2014

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.00pm

7.00pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm AD SP

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.45pm

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

5.30pm

7.00pm

7.00pm

7.00pm

Evening

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Music in the Round

The Life and Loves of a Nobody

The Life and Loves of a Nobody

The Life and Loves of a Nobody

The Life and Loves of a Nobody

The Life and Loves of a Nobody

Blink

Blink

Blink

Blink

Blink

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Performance/Event

Studio

2.30pm

2.30pm

11.00am, 1.30pm

11.00am, 1.30pm

11.00am, 1.30pm

Matinee

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm PRE

7.45pm PRE

7.45pm PDR

7.15pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm SP

7.45pm

7.45pm PRE

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

Evening

7.30pm

Translations

Translations

Translations

Translations

Translations

Tue 18

Wed 19

Thu 20

Fri 21

Sat 22

Translations

Translations

Translations

Wed 26

Thu 27

Fri 28

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Fiddler on the Roof Fiddler on the Roof Fiddler on the Roof Fiddler on the Roof

Wed 19

Thu 20

Fri 21

Sat 22

Mon 24

7.45pm

Fiddler on the Roof

Tue 18

3.00pm CP

2.00pm

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.15pm

2.00pm

7.15pm

Grease

Sat 15

2.00pm

Grease

Fri 14

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm SP AD

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm PRE

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

Grease

Grease

3.00pm CP

2.00pm

3.00pm

3.00pm CP

2.00pm

2.00pm

2.00pm

Thu 13

Grease

Wonderful Tennessee

Wonderful Tennessee

Wonderful Tennessee

Wed 12

7.30pm

7.30pm

Tue 11

Stuart Maconie

Translations

Sat 8

Sun 9

7.30pm

Translations

Fri 7

2.30pm

7.30pm

Translations

Thu 6

Wonderful Tennessee

Wonderful Tennessee

7.30pm

7.30pm

Translations

2.30pm CP

Translations

Wonderful Tennessee

Wed 5

7.30pm

Wonderful Tennessee

Wonderful Tennessee

Tue 4

2.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm SP AD

7.30pm

7.30pm

Happy Days

Happy Days

Happy Days

Happy Days

Happy Days

Wonderful Tennessee

Translations

2.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

Happy Days

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Mon 3

Sat 1

March 2014

Translations

Tue 25

Mon 24

7.30pm

Translations

Mon 17

2.30pm

7.30pm PRE

Translations

Sat 15

2.30pm

7.30pm PRE

Translations

Fri 14

7.00pm

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Thu 13

7.30pm PDR

Translations

Wed 12

Never Try This At Home

Never Try This At Home

Never Try This At Home

Never Try This At Home

Never Try This At Home

Music in the Round

Music in the Round

2.00pm

10.15am, 11.30am, 12.45pm

11.00am, 12.30pm 2.00pm, 4.00pm

Music in the Round

Music in the Round

11.00am, 2.00pm, 4.30pm

1.00pm

2.15pm

1.00pm

2.15pm

2.15pm

1.00pm

2.15pm

2.15pm

2.15pm

Music in the Round

Music in the Round

Fathers and Sons Reading

Afterplay

Afterplay

Communication Cord Reading

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Living Quarters Reading

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

Afterplay

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.15pm

7.30pm

7.15pm

6.30pm, 7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

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Performance/Event

Lyceum

7.30pm

Kes

Kes

Sat 29

Mon 31

Dirty Dancing Dirty Dancing

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

World Snooker Championships

Mon 21

Tue 22

Wed 23

Thu 24

Fri 25

Sat 26

Sun 27

Mon 28

Tue 29

Wed 30

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

World Snooker Championships

Sun 20

Dirty Dancing

Fri 18 Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Thu 17

World Snooker Championships

Dirty Dancing

Wed 16

Sat 19

Dirty Dancing

Tue 15

3.00pm

5.00pm

3.00pm

5.00pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

8.30pm

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

8.30pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

Mon 14

7.45pm

7.45pm

8.00pm

8.00pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm AD SP

King Priam

2.00pm

10.00am, 1.00pm

10.00am, 1.00pm

3.00pm CP

2.00pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

Sat 12

Fascinating Aida

Morecambe

Peppa Pig

Morecambe

Peppa Pig

Fame

Fame

Fame

3.00pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

Evening

The Magic Flute

7.00pm

7.30pm

Fame

Fame

Fame

Cleopatra

2.00pm

Matinee

Fri 11

Thu 10

Wed 9

Tue 8

Snooker Legends

Kes

Sat 5

Mon 7

7.30pm

Kes

Fri 4

2.30pm

7.30pm

Kes

Thu 3

7.30pm

Kes

Wed 2

7.30pm

Kes

Tue 1

April 2014

7.30pm PRE

Kes

Fri 28

7.00pm

Cleopatra Cleopatra

Cleopatra

Kes

Thu 27

7.30pm PDR

Evening

Wed 26

2.30pm

Matinee Cleopatra

Performance/Event

Crucible

Tue 25

Date

March 2014

Music in the Round

Chalk Farm

Chalk Farm

Connections

Connections

Connections

Connections

Connections

Connections

Performance/Event

Studio Matinee

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

7.15pm

Evening

World Snooker Championships

Mon 5

Brassed Off Brassed Off

Fri 9

Sat 10

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7.30pm 7.30pm

7.30pm 7.30pm

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Mon 19

Tue 20

Wed 21

Thu 22

Fri 23

Sat 24

Tue 27

Wed 28

Thu 29

Fri 30

Sat 31

3.00pm CP

2.00pm

SP Signed performance TB TalkBack

Chariots of Fire

Chariots of Fire

Chariots of Fire

PDR Public Dress Rehearsal PRE Preview

7.30pm

3.00pm

2.00pm

3.00pm

2.00pm

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Audio Described Captioned performance

Boeing Boeing

Sat 7

AD CP

Boeing Boeing

Fri 6

Key:

7.30pm

Boeing Boeing

Thu 5

2.30pm

7.30pm

Boeing Boeing

Wed 4

Chariots of Fire

Chariots of Fire

7.30pm

Chariots of Fire

Tonight’s the Night

Tonight’s the Night

Tonight’s the Night

Boeing Boeing

7.30pm

7.30pm AD SP

Tonight’s the Night

Tonight's the Night

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors

Tue 3

2.30pm

2.30pm CP

2.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

7.30pm

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors

Mon 2

June 2014

7.30pm PRE

Boeing Boeing

Sat 17

2.30pm

7.30pm PRE

Boeing Boeing

Fri 16

7.00pm

One Man, Two Guvnors

Thu 15 One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors

Boeing Boeing

Wed 14

Tue 13

3.00pm

3.00pm

Brassed Off

Mon 12

5.00pm

Brassed Off

Thu 8

2.00pm

3.00pm

5.00pm CP

Wed 7

2.30pm

World Snooker Championships

Sun 4

7.30pm PDR

Dirty Dancing

World Snooker Championships

Sat 3

Tue 6

Dirty Dancing

World Snooker Championships

Fri 2

Dirty Dancing

World Snooker Championships

Thu 1

May 2014

RP TT

7.45pm

7.45pm

Relaxed performance Touch Tour

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

5.00pm, 8.30pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm AD SP

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

7.45pm

8.30pm

7.45pm AD

7.45pm

7.45pm

8.30pm

7.45pm

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Sheffield Theatres Corporate Supporters We would like to thank our partners for their support which has enabled us to work with over 22,000 young people in the region, welcome in excess of 439,000 people through our doors and win widespread national and international acclaim for our work. We offer bespoke packages for our corporate partners with options including hospitality and branding opportunities. To find out more, contact Jess O’Neill on 0114 201 3868 or email j.o’neill@sheffieldtheatres.co.uk

Our Partners

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Trusts & Foundations The Foyle Foundation The Freshgate Trust Foundation The Garfield Weston Foundation The J G Graves Charitable Trust Neil MacDonald

Sheffield Town Trust The Wolfson Foundation

Sheffield Theatres Crucible Lyceum Studio Sheffield Theatres Trust is a Registered Charity No. 257318 and is a company limited by guarantee No. 932254. Sheffield Theatres Crucible Trust is a Registered Charity No. 1120640 and is a company limited by guarantee No. 6035820. City of Sheffield Theatre Trust is a Registered Charity No. 1121284 and is a company limited by guarantee No. 6308382.

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