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From Leeds, Wakefield and the motorways follow the signs for the University and Bradford College from Bradford City Centre. From Halifax take the A647 through Queensbury and arrive at the mini-roundabout via Great Horton Road. From Keighley or Skipton take the A650 into Bradford via Manningham Lane and follow the University signs from the City Centre. Please note if you’re using Sat Nav our post code will direct you to the University’s main post room, please check maps and walking directions for details of how to get to our venue when you are in the Campus area. The nearest car park is behind the Unique Fitness and Lifestyle (the new sports centre) which is on Great Horton Road. Buzz the intercom to be allowed through the barriers. Car parking is free on Campus after 5.30pm.

By Car

From central Bradford cross Centenary square (the pedestrianised area with the BBC big screen, that houses City Hall) and head in the direction of the old Odeon cinema. Once you are there walk up the hill (Great Horton Road), passing by the Alhambra Theatre on your left. Keep walking and you’ll see Bradford College and finally the University. Stay on this road until you reach Unique Fitness and Lifestyle (the new sports centre). You can then cut across the car parks behind the sports centre and walk down the grassy hill to Theatre in the Mill (which is next to the Phoenix building). Alternatively keep walking along Great Horton Road until it meets Shearbridge Road and turn right off Shearbridge Road opposite Bombay Stores and down the lane to get to the Theatre.

Walking

Bradford is served by two stations Bradford Interchange (bus, coach and rail) and Bradford Forster Square, which are located in the city centre.

Bus/train

WE ARE HERE www.bradford.ac.uk/theatre Theatre in the Mill - University of Bradford 

Autumn/Winter 2010 

How to find us

Workshop Programme Information and booking: www.bradford.ac.uk/theatre 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk

Ivan Mack

Lighting Workshop Saturday 9th October, 2pm £5.00 (including materials) A short introductory course to lighting design focussing on the creative rather than the technical.

Rita Marcalo

Contemporary dance workshop Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th September, 10am – 4pm, £10, Wednesday 6th October, 7pm – 9pm, £2.50 Wednesday 17th November, 7pm – 9pm, £2.50

Contact us Our box office is currently open 11am-5pm Monday – Friday. Outside these hours please leave a message with your reservation details. Tickets 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk Information 01274 233185 Join our Facebook Group to receive the latest news from Theatre in the Mill Twitter: www.twitter.com/braduniarts Sign up to our mailing list www.bradford.ac.uk/theatre

Group tickets

We offer generous discounts to groups of 10 or more. Call the box office for further information.

Access

Please e-mail or phone us to discuss your access needs 01274 233185  theatre@bradford.ac.uk Theatre in the Mill has an induction loop for hearing aid users and tickets and information can be requested via minicom on 01274 235094. The bar and the foyer has level access and the theatre space is accessed by a lift. We have two wheelchair spaces and these must be booked in advance. Companions are entitled to free tickets to all the productions you choose to come to.

Rachel Dean

exploring the working process towards a contemporary dance nativity. Thursday 30th September, 6pm, £2.50

Iain Bloomfield

Open Space/Open House, Theatre Workshop Saturday 18th, Sunday 19th September, 10am-4pm, free Applications are invited from performance artists to participate in  the Theatre in the Mill Open Space programme in 2011.   A full application process and selection criteria are   downloadable from our website.


Performance programme

WordLife

Jon Gomm

Information and Tickets: 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk

Friday 3rd December, 7.30pm. £6.50/£5 concessions.

Saturday 16th October, 7.30pm £6.50/£5 concessions.

Another 2 nights of moving and original wordplay curated by Joe Kriss of Word Life based in Sheffield. Joe has performed at venues such as the Tate Modern, The Roundhouse Theatre and The Winter Gardens. The creative writing editor of Now Then, one of the most widely distributed outlets for new writing in the country, Joe is also the creative force behind ‘Word Life’ an organisation dedicated to showcasing live original poetry and music.

Information and Tickets: 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk

“One of the world’s most successful, gifted and inspirational guitar players” Acoustic Magazine

“If you closed your eyes there’d be an ensemble playing... A huge emotional range, swinging between sentimental and just plain mental. This is style and content, solo work at its best” LeedMusicScene.com

http://www.jongomm.com/ Kala Sangam and Word Life present

Verbalized UK Tour of South African and British Poets Monday 18th October: Workshop, 6.30 – 8pm, at Kala Sangam, £5. Evening Performance 8.30pm – 11pm, at Theatre In The Mill, £5. Combined ticket price – £8 Tickets and information: 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk A dynamic journey through the streets of Johannesburg, Leeds, London & Capetown. 9 poets from SA & the UK bring a unique one off performance and workshop full of rich soul stirring song & explosive lyrical injection. The workshop will offer the opportunity of reading work created at the evening event. From the UK, curator Zena Edwards features alongside Khadijah Ibrahiim, Kayo Chingonyi, Dzifa Benson & Avaes Mohammad. From South Africa, featured poets are Mpho ya Badimo, Mbali Vilakazi, Masana Mulaudzi & Bulelwa Basse.

http://verbalized.ning.com/

Freedom Studios presents

Jacqui Wicks

Cabaret Style Performance. Saturday 4th of December, 7.30pm £6.50/£5 concessions. Tickets and information 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk Credited with reinventing the art of narrative song, Jacqui is an old fashioned chanteuse unafraid of tackling both the dark and joyous sides of life through her live performances.Sex, Voodoo, Heartbreak, Struggle and Food feature heavily in this specially created show, with eclectic and unique renditions of songs by some of our finest lyricists. Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Randy Newman and Nick Drake feature, amongst other lost classics and timeless standards. Performing with her own band, led by arranger Kevin James, the live performances of these songs form an intimate and celebratory experience that will leave a tear in the eye and a skip in the heart. Be prepared to be entertained and moved. Jacqui Wicks came to prominence as the beguiling voice of legendary Bradford collective The Sex Patels. In 2010 she released her debut album Vintage and made her debut at The Glastonbury Festival.

www.jacquiwicks.com

@Theatre in the Mill Commission

Street Voices 3 re-writing playwriting

Jane Packman, Treasured - A Secret Journey

Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th November 7.30pm, £8/£6 concessions. 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk Suitable for 14+

Wednesday 8th – Friday 10th December, from 7pm. £6.50/£5 Tickets and information: 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk

Over the course of two nights you will see the work of some of the most exciting new playwrights in Yorkshire, a panoramic view of contemporary Britain as reflected by a new generation of theatre makers. As the performances unfold, you will be entertained by stories that are sometimes personal, sometimes absurd and sometimes fantastic. Each play provides a slice of life, a personal vision of the world. Each evening we will invite you the audience to play the part of critic, advocate, agent and decide which play(s) you would like to see further developed and ultimately awarded a Freedom Studios commission to write a seventy-minute touring play. The writers have all attended Street Voices 3, an intensive writing course led by Madani Younis, Artistic Director of Freedom Studios

‘I have been privileged to witness the bravery, passion and commitment shown by the writers who are not afraid to say it the way they see it without fear and compromise.” Madani Younis, Artistic Director of Freedom Studios

@Theatre in the Mill Commission

Mark Catley Northern Bullits More Than Words (is all I ever needed you to show). Wednesday 24 – Friday 26 November, 7.30pm, £6.50/£5 concessions 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk A wide spectrum of writers have been approached with a simple brief - write a short piece, taking inspiration from the seminal 90’s love choon More Than Words and try to find the drama in brevity. Between 5 and 15 minutes in length, creating an hour and a half of minimalist rabbitingon and maximum entertainment. Wide of scope, narrow of language. A finger buffet of fresh air.

Put yourself at the heart of an incredible interactive performance with Jane Packman Company’s Treasured – A Secret Journey. In this unique sensory experience for one person at a time, you are invited to venture into your imagination. A mysterious voyage across oceans... A moonlit encounter in a dark forest... The glint of emerald armour before dawn... The performance begins in the sanctuary where you relax and drink tea, whilst your guide helps you choose your journey. Once your choice is made you enter the dressing chamber, where you will be adorned with an amazing piece of jewellery, which unlocks a treasured secret… This gentle, interactive performance offers a fleeting experience of a different world, and features three specially commissioned pieces of sculptural jewellery. Each performance lasts around 30 minutes:  

“It’s over in a twinkling, but the effect lingers.” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian. Visit www.janepackman.co.uk for more information

Open Space Programme

Rachel Dean ‘Nativity’ Saturday 18th December 7.30pm, £3. Tickets and information: 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk Whether Christmas is the Most Wonderful Time of the Year for you or claustrophobia and consumerism with tinsel on top, this physical, special and irreverent performance is guaranteed to strike a chord and may even get you into the festive spirit. Dance artist Rachel Dean uses movement, improvisation, song and some things that sparkle to conjure up nostalgia and glamour, create images and magic, and explore the frustrations and fantasies of the festive season. This engaging solo performance is accompanied by an eclectic, lively and decidedly seasonal soundtrack.

“An entrancing piece” Sanjay Roy on Entwined by Rachel Dean, 2009


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