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September – December 2009

The Carriageworks The Electric Press, Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD

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ENJOY A DELICIOUS 2-COURSE PRE- OR POST-SHOW MEAL AT CASA MIA MILLENNIUM FOR JUST £15! Choose any 2-course meal from the a la carte menu (either a starter and a main or a main and a dessert) and pay just £15. 1 This offer is only valid at Casa Mia Millennium 1 The offer is valid everyday between 5pm and 7pm and then 9.30pm onwards 1 This offer excludes drinks and service charge 1 This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer 1 The deal is valid until 30 November 2009 1 Diners taking advantage of this offer must book in advance Casa Mia Millennium Millennium Square, Great George Street, Leeds, LS2 3AD Tel: 0870 428 3001

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This autumn we’re all very excited – it’s our biggest and best season yet. Which shows will you be coming to see? Things kick off in style with our first visit from the internationally acclaimed Hull Truck Theatre Company, who will be performing Shakers. Written by award-winning team John Godber and Jane Thornton and directed by Godber himself this is sure to be a quick seller, so book early to avoid disappointment. At the other end of the season it’s our annual pantomime, which this year is the classic tale of Snow White, starring the fabulous Jean Rogers. Along with many other roles Jean is fondly remembered as Dolly Skilbeck in Emmerdale, and will be joined for this specially commissioned new production by CBBC’s Jez Edwards. In September and October we’ve got a very special season of freshly picked new work. We’ve been scouring the country for the best visual and physical theatre and have come up with some real treats, including three Total Theatre Award winners. Precarious and Red Cape have given some of my favourite performances over the last couple of years, and local heroes Chotto Ookii will be returning home from the Edinburgh Fringe with their new production, Sweet. Our ongoing partnership with Yorkshire Dance is reaping great benefits this year with three excellent dance shows, including new works by David Hughes Dance, Balbir Singh and Vincent Dance. And if comedy is your thing, we’ve got some more big names for you. Simon Amstell, star of BBC TV’s Never Mind The Buzzcocks, will be playing two warm-up gigs with us ahead of a major UK tour later in the autumn. We’re also playing host to Toby Hadoke, who will be bringing his much-celebrated Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf. And don’t forget our regular Clean (as possible) Comedy Show at half-term, with Fair Trade laughs that won’t turn the air blue. Book your tickets now! Gemma Bonham Community Participation and Arts Programmer For tickets please ring 0113 224 3801, email boxoffice@leeds.gov.uk or book online at www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk The Carriageworks The Electric Press, 3 Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD Disabled parking available on Cookridge Street alongside Leeds City Museum. Children welcome. For more info see page 29.

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MON 7 – WED 9 SEPTEMBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £15, CONCESSIONS £12.50 DRAMA/COMEDY

Hull Truck presents

Written by John Godber and Jane Thornton Directed by Jon Godber

Meet Carol, Adele, Nicky and Mel. They can mix you a Pina Colada or serve you a San Miguel. They have ambitions and dreams and want to go far – but they’re working as waitresses in a cocktail bar! Welcome to Shakers – for service with a smile, even if the waitresses are shaken and probably stirred. Underpaid, overworked and rushed off their feet we see through their eyes a variety of characters propping up the bar and out for a night on the tiles. Written by award-winning writing team John Godber and Jane Thornton, this hilarious fast-paced comedy promises to have you laughing out loud. THE CARRIAGEWORKS CATERS FOR YOU... Enjoy an Indian Summer. Come to Shakers and Bouncers and enjoy a cocktail extravaganza in celebration of the Great British club and cocktail bar. PRE AND POST THEATRE MEAL DEALS Make the most of your night out as Casa Mia, partner with The Carriageworks. See opposite page.

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FRI 11 & SAT 12 SEPTEMBER

FRI 11 & SAT 12 SEPTEMBER

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm

TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8.50

TICKETS £8, CONCESSIONS £7

DRAMA/COMEDY

DRAMA/COMEDY

Tiny House Productions present

Act One presents

money double

by John Godber

It’s Friday night. The air is thick with excitement and eau de Lynx. A shot of Dutch courage and one last mirror check before it’s ‘out the door’ in search of true love and oblivion. The beer is flowing, the floor is filling and the hormones are flying. As the club heats up, the men in black are out in the cold. Keeping one eye on trouble and the other on the ladies, our four mighty bouncers take us on a hilarious journey through the highs and lows of British club culture. Ever seen yourself after a few too many? Be warned. This is observational comedy at its best. Get £1 off Bouncers if you book for Shakers as well.

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Two dark comedies about love, sex and money. In Helen Shay’s The Malteser Falcon, putupon Pam overdoses on sweets, works for a callous boss and cares for her abusive father. Her one love is the hawk she trains at a local falconry centre. But Pam will soon undergo a powerful transformation. In Till My Eyes Bleed by Michael Yates, a theatre is hired for a wake by nerdy Mel for his dead friend, Adrian. But Adrian was having an affair with Mel’s wife. Will Mel lose his faith in marriage and capitalism?

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TUE 22 SEPTEMBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8 DRAMA/DANCE

Precarious presents

Award-winning physical theatre and multimedia performance company Precarious presents a hypnotic and surreal journey that traces the phantom connections and ambiguous relationships between six characters. Precarious’ distinctive performance style blends break-neck physicality with stunning visual effects to create powerfully engaging theatre.

“Challenging, risk-taking theatre, disturbing, loud, confrontational, pushing boundaries and bodies and creating work on an epic, industrial scale.” The Stage 2008 • Company recipient of Total Wildcard Award 2008

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WED 23 & THUR 24 SEPTEMBER UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £7 DRAMA/COMEDY

2B Acting presents

spike

One game, one world, one chance. Grit, passion, despair and hope in a lighthearted and inspirational story about two girl’s determination to play the game of their dreams on the stage of their dreams. Be part of the sweat, laughter, tears and anguish as the struggle between winning or losing unfolds into something unexpected. Inspired by true events. Funded by Arts Council England, Yorkshire

THUR 24 SEPTEMBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £10, £8, £7 restricted viewing COMEDY

James Seabright in association with Hungry Moths and Gag Reflex Management presents

moths ate my doctor who scarf

Written and performed by Toby Hadoke Directed by Mark Attwood Get aboard award-winning comedian Toby Hadoke’s TARDIS for a razor sharp, furiously funny comic odyssey – charting the rise, fall and rise again of a TV legend. Satirical, personal and heartwarming, the show has been adapted for BBC7 in a Sony Award-nominated radio version. At its Edinburgh Festival run in 2007 the show garnered one hundred per cent five star reviews, leading to an acclaimed West End run and this extensive UK tour. “Rich and wonderful. Does for Daleks and Cybermen what Fever Pitch did for football.” The Guardian

“An impressive show with an emotional kick.” The Times

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SUN 27 & MON 28 SEPTEMBER

MON 28 SEPTEMBER

MAIN AUDITORIUM 8pm

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm

TICKETS £15

TICKETS £11, CONCESSIONS £10

COMEDY

DRAMA/COMEDY

Mick Perrin for Just For Laughs presents

simon amstell do nothing

Simon Amstell comes to Leeds with two special warm up shows to precede his national tour. “As close as you can get to a man emotionally and philosophically disembowelling himself on stage.” The Sunday Times

Angus & Ross Theatre Company presents

the mystery of irma vep

An hysterical romp in the company of two actors playing multiple roles, including a werewolf and an Egyptian Princess! On the outskirts of London is The Madacrest Estate, home to Lord Edgar and Lady Enid. But not everything is as it seems...

“Amstell shows off a more tender side and delves into his inner life to expose an unexpected sensitivity.” The Guardian

Snap up these tickets quickly!

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TUE 29 & WED 30 SEPTEMBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8 DRAMA/PHYSICAL THEATRE

RedCape Theatre presents

Forgotten for decades inside a mental hospital, three women relive their faltering memories amidst the drugs and brutality of the asylum. The only respite is the hospital’s hair salon. In this haven of initimacy, laughter and eighties pop songs, they relive wartime affairs, illicit trysts and childhood secrets. • Total Theatre Award for Best Visual Theatre • Scotsman Fringe First Winner 2008

“An affecting, humorous piece of physical theatre.” The Times www.redcapetheatre.com

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THUR 1 OCTOBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8 DRAMA

James Seabright presents

my grandfather’s great war Performed by Cameron Stewart Adapted from the diaries of Captain Alexander Stewart Directed by David Benson This new solo drama interweaves the First World War diaries of Captain Alexander Stewart with the contemporary perspective of his grandson, the actor Cameron Stewart (Best Actor nominee – MEN Awards). This is an undeniably powerful account comparing the very different lives led by young men from two generations at opposite ends of the twentieth century. • Best Solo Show – Nomination, The Stage Awards 2008

“A simple, honest tribute by one man to his grandfather. Brings home the mud, terror and physical agony of the Western Front with a visceral urgency that sets your heart racing.” Daily Telegraph

FRI 2 OCTOBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.45pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8 DRAMA/PHYSICAL THEATRE

Chotto Ookii presents

sweet

In the era of romantic comedies with happy endings and perfect heroes, Total Theatre Award-winners Chotto Ookkii present a bitter take on the saccharine nature of love. Physical theatre, stunning visuals, puppetry and dance are combined in Chotto Ookii’s inimitable style to produce a hyper energetic tour de force. “Physical theatre discovery of the year.” Theatre Record

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SAT 3 OCTOBER

SUN 4 OCTOBER

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

MAIN AUDITORIUM 3pm

TICKETS £12, CONCESSIONS £10

TICKETS £6 ADULTS, CONCESSIONS £4

DANCE

MUSIC

Manasamitra presents

Leeds International Concert Season presents

diwali dance extravaganza

family concert

Celebrate a joyous festival, full of colour and light. A range of performers showcase the different dance styles of India, with specially commissioned pieces telling the many stories of Diwali.

family lieder+ Dominic Harlan presenter and piano Sarah Moule soprano Matthew Sharp bass-baritone

Throughout the day there will also be henna painting and workshops based on the popular decorative craft of Rangoli.

SAT 3 OCTOBER UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 8pm TICKETS £5, CONCESSIONS £4 DRAMA

Pink Lady Productions presents

midget gems Another delicious confection of short, sharp pieces of theatre from the region’s most exciting new writers. With hard and soft centres, nut brittle and fondant creams, it’s an evening of bon bons and bon mots, a tempting pick ‘n’ mix assortment of drama, Dada and puppets. Not suitable for children

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DOMINIC HARLAN

SARAH MOULE

Founder of the children’s concert series, Abbey Road Concerts, pianist and presenter Dominic Harlan is joined by international singers Matthew Sharp and Sarah Moule for a fun, informal and interactive introduction to the world of song. From the heart-rending to the hilarious, these short musical stories burst with emotion and drama. Performing famous classics alongside rare gems, the trio present songs from the last two hundred years, inviting the whole family to dive in and immerse themselves in beautiful text and great tunes.

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MON 5 0CTOBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8 DANCE

David Hughes Dance Productions presents

BUY A TICKET FOR ANY TWO OF THE YORKSHIRE DANCE SHOWS & RECEIVE THE THIRD

FREE!

the red room Pestilence, decadence, grotesquery... David Hughes and Al Seed reunite to present a radically reworked version of their contemporary and visually shocking interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tale The Masque of the Red Death. Barricaded in his opulent abbey-mansion a prince entertains a party of revellers whilst the world outside teeters on the brink of apocalypse. Weaving a multitude of dance traditions with extreme physical theatre this collaboration is a true horror show for the stage... David Hughes is one of the UK’s most acclaimed dancers, having worked with DV8 Physical Theatre, Rambert Dance Company, Phoenix Dance Company, London Contemporary Dance Theatre and Siobhan Davies Dance Company. Al Seed is Artistic Director of the Conflux project, Creative Associate of The Arches and was the winner of a Fringe First 2004, and a Herald Angel 2008 for The Fooligan.

“Fast-moving, dramatic, performed with demonic energy and sly polish – this is a triumph for all concerned.” The Herald

Parental Caution: contains scenes of mild sex and violence www.davidhughesdance.co.uk David Hughes Dance is supported by The Scottish Arts Council and The Traverse Theatre

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TUE 6 OCTOBER

WED 7 – THUR 8 OCTOBER

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm

TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8

TICKETS £9, CONCESSIONS £7

DANCE

DRAMA/COMEDY/MUSIC

Balbir Singh Dance Company presents

trespass play of percentages A captivating new dance double-bill including the world premiere of Trespass. Play of Percentages represents the birth of a new dance style following nine months intense immersion by contemporary dancers in classical Indian Kathak. The essences of both techniques combine in a unifying whole of great beauty. In Trespass the classical and contemporary forms confidently collide. Dancers and musicians intrude on each other’s territory with every encroachment producing fresh and beautiful combinations. Four female dancers share the stage with four musicians performing an original score. This is a feast to indulge both dance and music enthusiasts. “Dynamic dance discovery... a distinctive new dance style.” The Stage

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Chloe Bezer presents

ruby’s last confession Held under house arrest in the dungeons at her family home, Ruby contemplates escape. Dawn approaches and the heavy hand of the executioner grows restless. Heritage and history made her. Can the Blacksmith’s fire and the love of a magician save her? And is there time for one last magic trick before the sun rises... Join Ruby for an evening of kleinkunst cabaret, story-telling and song. Not suitable for children under 12

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THUR 8 OCTOBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8 DANCE

Vincent Dance Theatre presents

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FREE!

if we go on Directed and designed by Charlotte Vincent with text by Wendy Houstoun Composed by Alex Catona An exceptional ensemble of multi-tasking performers and musicians morph words into movement, shunt gesture into sound and at times burst into song to create a performance you can believe in. In a relentless succession of splintered transactions, where words lose their strength, music strains to be heard and movement meanders into exhaustion and incoherence, If We Go On asks: If you had one last dance in you, what shape would it take?

“Brave, intelligent entertainment.” The Times

For video clips, performers’ blogs and more information about If We Go On, visit www.IfWeGoOn.co.uk If We Go On is funded by Grants for the Arts through the Arts Council of England Co-commissioned by Sheffield Theatres, Newbury Corn Exchange, Hull City Arts and Peak Performances@Montclair State University. Supported by The Junction Cambridge and Danceworks UK

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FRI 9 OCTOBER

SAT 24 OCTOBER

WHOLE VENUE 6pm – Midnight

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 11am & 2pm

TICKETS FREE

TICKETS £8.50, CONCESSIONS £5

DRAMA/VISUAL ART

CHILDREN/FAMILY

Leeds City Council presents

Indigo Moon presents

the lost forest There’s magic and mayhem in the rainforest! Animals’ homes are at risk as bulldozers and diggers crash their way through trees and foliage. Who will come to the rescue and fight the evil Endorro? Can we save the rainforest? The Lost Forest takes a vital concern and turns it into a fun and dynamic show, using Wayang Golek (colourful rod puppets from West Java), stunning rainforest projections, shadow theatre and original music. Duration: 45 minutes Suitable for children aged 5+

The Carriageworks is taking part in Light Night, one of the biggest events in the Leeds cultural calendar. On the evening of Friday 9 October, venues across Leeds open throughout the night to play host to a range of striking, strange and out-of-context events, including spectacular visual, audio, performance and audience participation art. Make sure The Carriageworks is on your list of venues to visit. We’ll be open until midnight. Look out for a contribution from our very own Theatre Academy. Find more information at www.lightnightleeds.co.uk

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THUR 29 & FRI 30 OCTOBER

SAT 31 OCTOBER

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7pm

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS

TICKETS £9, CONCESSIONS £7

TICKETS £8, CONCESSIONS £5

DRAMA

COMEDY

Useful Donkey Theatre Company in partnership with York Theatre Royal presents

Just Fair Laughs presents

rupert brooke

Inspired by the work of the legendary war poet, this new play reveals the man behind the myth. Charting his tumultuous personal life from University to his death in 1915, a portrait is painted of a man unafraid to shock his audience. Essential viewing for anyone keen to lift a lid on the history and literature of our nation at war. School workshops available for Key Stages 4 and 5 (English, Drama and Theatre Studies). Please call 0113 247 4746 for more information.

Cutting-edge stand-up comedy nights at The Carriageworks. The Clean As Possible comedy night returns for a special half term special in support of Fair Trade. Come and watch three top comedians from the UK comedy circuit clean up their act. The only show in town with a swear box! Acts to be announced, please see our website for further details.

All profits go to support Fairtrade initiatives

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SUN 1 NOVEMBER MAIN AUDITORIUM 3pm TICKETS £6 ADULTS, CONCESSIONS £4 MUSIC

Leeds International Concert Season presents

the drum blondes

This exciting female percussion duo return to The Carriageworks on a mission to entertain people of all ages by banging things with sticks! Formed at the Royal College of Music by Claire Hasted and Emily Morris, The Drum Blondes have been playing percussion for over 15 years – using anything from dustbins to goats toenails! Bring the whole family along for more fun than you can shake a stick at. There’ll be plenty of opportunities to join in, so bring something noisy too. THUR 12 & FRI 13 NOVEMBER ARTS @ TRINITY 8pm TICKETS £9, CONCESSIONS £7 DRAMA

Imprint Theatre Company presents

dead of night

Are you scared of the dark? Then approach with caution! Back by popular demand – Dead of Night is a spine-tingling evening of original ghost stories performed in the gothic atmosphere of Holy Trinity Church. From a sinister ventriloquist’s dummy to a mysterious fog that doesn’t seem to lift, this is one show that’s sure to haunt you for weeks afterwards. Don’t forget to leave the lights on...

“The best place to scare yourself silly.” The Metro www.imprint-theatre.org

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FRI 6 – SAT 14 NOVEMBER WHOLE VENUE TICKETS £6, CONCESSIONS £4.50 FILM

Leeds City Council presents

Showcasing more than 300 films over 12 days, this huge array of new and unseen films from around the world offers something for everyone. The 2009 programme will include inspiring and provocative international documentaries, incredible and thrilling action and fantasy films, terrifying horror, short film packages and a host of special events taking place in The Carriageworks and venues all over the city. To find out more, please visit www.leedsfilm.com or join the mailing list and receive a free copy of the official programme. Just send your details to filmfestival@leeds.gov.uk.

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TUE 17 & WED 18 NOVEMBER UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 8pm TICKETS £7, CONCESSIONS £5 DRAMA

A Merry Can Theatre presents

my name is bill by Bryan Bounds America, 1935: the rock bottom of the Depression. Meet Bill Wilson – a Wall Street millionaire who, despite his brilliant, eccentric mind, drowned in gin and lost it all. On the worst day of his life, he unwittingly became the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous and one of the most important Americans of the Twentieth Century. Here’s what happened to him on that day, in a profoundly moving and uplifting play based on the writings of the man himself. Contains strong language Image: Bill Wilson

FRI 20 & SAT 21 NOVEMBER UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm TICKETS £9, CONCESSIONS £8 DRAMA/COMEDY

Encore Theatre presents

the world of charles dickens Who can match the appeal of the larger-than-life characters of Charles Dickens? Only Dickens himself! The great Victorian novelist and his best-known creations – including miserly Scrooge, brutal Squeers, ever-hopeful Micawber and man-hating Miss Havisham – come to life in this colourful new production.

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TUE 24 & WED 25 NOVEMBER

SUN 29 NOVEMBER

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 8pm

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 2pm

TICKETS £8, CONCESSIONS £6

TICKETS £8.50, CONCESSIONS £5

DRAMA/COMEDY

DRAMA – EARLY YEARS

Common End presents

funeral games by Joe Orton Pringle, a vicar, runs a shady sect called ‘The Brotherhood’. He suspects his wife of adultery. She has, in fact, befriended a decrepit, defrocked priest whose own spouse languishes beneath a ton of smokeless coal in the rectory cellar. Chaos ensues in this deliciously wicked classic, as the grotesque characters encounter murder, a body part – and a Dundee cake tin.

Theatre of Widdershins presents

the king’s got donkey’s ears!

A walk in the woods should be for fun, play or for a visit to Grandma’s. Not so for Good King Orik. He went in smiling and came out cursed with the great big furry ears of a donkey! Shocked, embarrassed and very upset, the King hides away in his tower, desperately hoping that no one will find out the secret hidden beneath his hat. But Scruffibus, the King’s wise and faithful dog, cannot bear to see his master upset and realises that something must be done. Features puppetry, storytelling and original music.

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FRI 4 DECEMBER – SAT 9 JANUARY 2010 MAIN AUDITORIUM See schedule for times PANTOMIME

Paul Holman Associates presents

Starring

from EMMERDALE

with

from CBBC

and

as Dame

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“Mirror mirror on the wall...” Come to the Carriageworks this Christmas to find out the answer to the immortal question “Who is the fairest of them all?” Join Snow White and the seven dwarfs in the most enchanting of all family pantomimes. Starring Emmerdale favourite Jean Rogers as the evil wicked Queen and CBBC’s Jez Edwards as Muddles in a show that has something for the whole family. Stunning scenery, amazing special effects, dazzling costumes and festive cheer by the sack-full make this a real Carriageworks Christmas Cracker of a show. GREEN PERFORMANCES

DECEMBER

MORNING

AFTERNOON

EVENING

04

2.00pm

7.00pm

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2.00pm

7.00pm

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2.00pm

4.30pm

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MON

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TUE

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10.15am

NO PERFORMANCES 2.00pm

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10.15am

2.00pm

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10.15am

2.00pm

FRI

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5.30pm*

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7.00pm

SUN

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4.30pm

MON

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TUE

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10.15am

NO PERFORMANCES 2.00pm

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10.15am

2.00pm

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10.15am

2.00pm

FRI

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7.00pm

SAT

19

11.00am

2.00pm

7.00pm

Adults: £13.50 & £12 Concessions: £12 & £10.50 Level 3 Side Balconies: £8 Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children): £42 Groups: 10+ £10, 20+ £10 plus every 11th ticket free

SUN

20

1.00pm

4.30pm

GOLD PERFORMANCES Adults: £14 & £12.50 Concessions: £12.50 & £11 Level 3 Side Balconies: £8.50 Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children): £44 Groups: 10+ £10, 20+ £10 plus every 11th ticket free

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2.00pm

7.00pm

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4.30pm

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NO PERFORMANCES 2.00pm

5.30pm

SUN

27

1.00pm

4.30pm

MON

28

2.00pm

7.00pm

SAVER PERFORMANCES

TUE

29

2.00pm

7.00pm

All Seats: £8.50 (Level 3 Side Balconies: £7.50)

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2.00pm

7.00pm

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THUR

31

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2.00pm

MORNING

AFTERNOON

EVENING

All Seats: £7.50, every 11th ticket free for teachers Special prices for school transport - see page 29

Schools Competition

Enter your class in a competition to make a mirror out of found objects – recycled materials and junk The winning mirrors will be displayed in the theatre throughout the pantomime and the finalist’s piece used in the show. Deadline for entries 22 November 2009 Email carriageworks@leeds.gov.uk for details.

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01

SAT

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7.00pm

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4.30pm

MON

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TUE

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2.00pm

7.00pm

SAT

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11.00am

2.00pm

7.00pm

NO PERFORMANCES 7.00pm

British Sign Language performance *Friday 11 December, 5.30pm

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leeds civic arts guild Leeds Civic Arts Guild is an association of various amateur drama, music and opera companies who perform regularly at The Carriageworks. The following pages include some of the fantastic shows coming up from the Guild societies this season. There’s something for everyone from spectacular musicals to classic drama. Which will you be seeing? Leeds Civic Arts Guild has a growing membership and you can take part too. Everyone is welcome, from old hands to complete novices. This might be the opportunity you’ve always wanted to tread the boards and become the star of the show. Or you could experience the thrill of being backstage by getting involved in lighting, sound and set building. For more information or to join up, email enquiries@lcag.org.uk or visit www.lcag.org.uk FRI 18 & SAT 19 SEPTEMBER UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm, Sat matinee 2.30pm TICKETS £7.50, CONCESSIONS £5 DRAMA/COMEDY

S.T.A.R.S presents

the complete works of shakespeare (abridged)

Back by popular demand. A zany, fastpaced roller-coaster ride of epic proportions, stopping off at all the well-known (and not so well-known) comic, historical and tragic milestones of our greatest dramatist – or, to put it another way, it’s a laugh-a-minute! This amateur production is presented in association with Josef Weinberger Ltd

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WED 30 SEPTEMBER – FRI 2 OCTOBER

WED 14 – SAT 17 OCTOBER

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 8pm

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

TICKETS £7, CONCESSIONS £6

TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £7

DRAMA

COMEDY/DRAMA

LIDOS presents

scenes unseen by Lara Woodhouse Lara Woodhouse directs and performs her play as seen at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Moving, humorous and shocking this honest work reveals a true insight into unseen emotions.

Leeds Arts Centre presents

a double bill

a resounding tinkle by N F Simpson

the dumb waiter by Harold Pinter

A Resounding Tinkle Why is the elephant the wrong size? What will they call it? How should they react when someone rings their doorbell asking them to form a Government? These are the questions facing Bro and Middie Paradock in this absurdly funny satire about suburbia. The Dumb Waiter When will the target appear? An Ormitha what? Who is Wilson? Gus and Ben wait for their ‘hit’ in a basement with idiosyncratic plumbing, a Dumb Waiter with increasingly bizarre requests, and not even a cup of tea! This darkly funny play charts the tension between Gus and Ben towards a surprising conclusion. In association with Samuel French Ltd and Faber & Faber Ltd

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WED 14 – SAT 17 OCTOBER

WED 21 – SAT 24 OCTOBER

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

TICKETS £8.50, CONCESSIONS £7

TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £8

COMEDY

COMEDY

Leeds Art Theatre presents

Cosmopolitan Players presents

by Willy Russell

by Gordon Steel

one for the road

a kick in the baubles

It’s Christmas in the Bailey household, but chestnuts aren’t ‘roasting on an open fire’. A ‘silent night’ would be welcome, but ‘all is not calm and bright’. A wickedly funny comedy about a man who makes a final attempt to break out of the confines of his normal middle-class existence, before the onset of old age. Will he escape in time? Contains strong language In association with Samuel French Ltd

Snobbish in-laws Harry and Doreen are due any minute. Frank’s still doing the turkey and Jean’s already hit the bucks fizz. Then the neighbours – hard-nut Gary and his boisterously brassy girlfriend Julie arrive threatening to provide their own style of entertainment... Don’t miss this legendary festive romp. Published by Josef Weinberger

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WED 28, THUR 29 & SAT 31 OCTOBER

WED 18 – SAT 21 NOVEMBER

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7pm, Sat matinee 2pm BSL Interpreted performance, Sat 21 Nov, 7pm

TICKETS £9 (£6 Restricted view), CONCESSIONS £7 (£4 Restricted view) No Concessions on Saturday

TICKETS £8, CONCESSIONS £6 Special deal for schools – please call the Box Office FAMIILY

COMEDY

Leeds Children’s Theatre presents

the magician’s nephew Limelight Drama Group presents

by CS Lewis Adapted by Glyn Robbins

by Ivan Menchell

Three widows meet monthly to pay their respects to their departed husbands. When one of them starts a relationship with a widower she meets at the cemetery, her two friends are upset, forcing them to reappraise their situation. A bitter-sweet comedy about how life goes on despite everything. In association with Samuel French Ltd

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When horrible Uncle Andrew starts experimenting with magic, Digory and Polly find themselves in another world, and at the beginning of an incredible adventure, as the doorway to the magical land of Narnia opens... The Magician’s Nephew brings us back to the very beginning of Narnia, where we learn how Aslan created the world and how evil first entered it.

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WED 25 – SAT 28 NOVEMBER

FRI 27 & SAT 28 NOVEMBER

MAIN AUDITORIUM 7.30pm

UPSTAIRS @ THE CARRIAGEWORKS 7.45pm

TICKETS £10, CONCESSIONS £7

TICKETS £6, CONCESSIONS £5

MUSICAL

DRAMA

St Mary’s Youth Theatre presents

Leeds Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents

confusions by Alan Ayckbourn

Five short interlinked plays with a common theme – the confusion, heartache and comedy caused when people fail to communicate.

Book, musical and lyrics by Jonathan Larson

A distraught mother can’t stop treating everyone like children, a husband works away from home, a couple bicker over a meal, a village fete turns into a disaster and five strangers meet on a park bench. In association with Samuel French Ltd

A rock musical based on Puccini’s opera La Bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York’s Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of AIDS. This adaptation has been carefully produced with the Larson estate to retain the dramatic intent of the groundbreaking original, and consists of minimal changes to language to make it possible for young people to perform and enjoy. In association with Josef Weinberger

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leeds civic arts guild Leeds Civic Arts Guild is an association of various amateur drama, music and operatic companies who perform regularly at The Carriageworks. The Civic Arts Guild hold a ‘New Members Evening’ every second Tuesday of the month, so feel free to come along and join us. 1 Cosmopolitan Players 1 Leeds Amateur Operatic Society 1 Leeds Arts Centre 1 Leeds Art Theatre in partnership with Spotlight Theatre Company 1 Leeds Children’s Theatre 1 Leeds Gilbert & Sullivan Society 1 Leeds Insurance Dramatic & Operatic Society (LIDOS) 1 Leeds Writers’ Circle 1 Leeds Youth Opera 1 Limelight Drama Group 1 Morley Amateur Operatic Society 1 Pandemonium Drama Company 1 Shatterproof 1 S.T.A.R.S 1 St Mary’s Youth Theatre 1 West Riding Opera www.lcag.org.uk

forthcoming guild productions Look out for these shows coming next year... THUR 14 – SAT 23 JANUARY

LIDOS

sleeping beauty WED 27 – SAT 30 JANUARY

Leeds Arts Centre

rosencrantz and guildenstern are dead TUES 9 – SAT 13 FEBRUARY

Cosmopolitan Players

up n under

WED 10 – SAT 13 FEBRURY

Leeds Youth Opera

orpheus in the underworld SAT 21 FEBRUARY

Limelight

the opposite sex SAT 6 – SAT 13 MARCH

Gilbert and Sullivan

the mikado SUN 14 MARCH

Leeds Children’s Theatre

wizard of oz SUN 11 APRIL

Leeds Arts Centre

the dresser

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theatre academy

Aged between 10 and 16? Interested in theatre? This is your chance to work with the nationally renowned Theatre Company Blah, Blah, Blah over the course of the next year. The weekly programme will give you the chance to perform on Leeds Light Night, devise a brand new show and tread the boards of our Main Auditorium. You could also gain an Arts Award and learn new skills in performance, technical theatre, writing and directing. Interested? Apply to join The Carriageworks Theatre Academy now. Email carriageworks@leeds.gov.uk and we’ll send you an info pack straight away.

The Carriageworks is involved in a new scheme to give away free tickets to young people in Leeds in a bid to attract a new generation of theatre-goers. Young people between 13 and 26 will be able to take advantage of the free tickets for a number of midweek performances. Updates on the shows available and how to apply for tickets will be on our website, www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk. Please keep visiting to find out more.

Tickets are limited and therefore subject to availability. Terms and Conditions apply. A Night Less Ordinary is an Arts Council England scheme in association with Metro, which will provide 618,000 free theatre tickets to anyone under 26 in more than 200 venues across England, between February 2009 and March 2011. Photo: Matt Tullett/Reflex Pictures

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participatory arts The Carriageworks regularly opens its doors to participatory arts activities from across Leeds. All of the groups involved offer great opportunities for ordinary people to have a go and get involved in a whole range of creative experiences.

THUR 17 SEPTEMBER

leeds met showcase ma day

A collection of new work presented by postgraduate students of Leeds Metropolitan University’s MA Course Performance Works, which shows the range of work encouraged and curated by the programme.

world mental health day

visual art exhibitions MON 7 – WED 30 SEPTEMBER

manasamitra Manasamitra presents an exhibition about the celebration of Diwali linked with its show Diwali Dance Extravaganza!. An exhibition full of colour and light! There will also be a Manasamitra Workshop on Wednesday 28 October, visit our website for more information.

THUR 1 OCT – WED 11 NOV

the first world war The Carriageworks explores the impact of the Great War in Leeds, to tie in with performances of My Grandfather’s Great War (1 October) and Rupert Brooke (29 & 30 October).

SAT 10 OCTOBER One in Four Theatre Company presents

one in forum

A unique piece of Forum Theatre created for World Mental Health Day. The performance will be followed by a workshop and discussion, all in our intimate studio space, upstairs@ thecarriageworks. For more information keep checking our web site – www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk.

snow white’s mirror We present the results of our panto competition for schools, with a selection of the best mirrors made out of junk by local schools. Does your school want to enter? The deadline is 22 November and you can find out more by emailing carriageworks@leeds.gov.uk. Look out for new launches in Spring 2010.

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Located on Level 2 is The Carriageworks bar offering pre-show, interval and after show drinks with stunning views of Millennium Square.

Dressing room

WC Disabled access

millennium square millennium room

bar

lift

main auditorium

entrance electric press courtyard

lift

balcony control room

ticket office

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fly tower

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Booking Information

You can book tickets for performances or events at The Carriageworks through the following options:

By phone Please call our helpful Box Office staff on

0113 224 3801

All major credit and debit cards welcome. Please have your cards handy when booking tickets. Our Box Office is open for bookings: Monday – Saturday 10am – 8pm, Sunday 30 mins prior to performances.

In person Tickets can be bought from the City Centre Box Office, located in The Carriageworks. Tickets can also be purchased from Leeds Visitor Centre at Leeds City Station.

Concessions and group discounts Concessions are generally available for LeedsCard holders, NUS card holders, the unwaged, under 16s and OAPs at the advertised concessionary price. Please contact the City Centre Box Office for discounts on group bookings, school trips and visits with accompanying carers or social workers on 0113 224 3801.

Contact details City Centre Box Office, The Carriageworks, The Electric Press, Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD Tel: 0113 224 3801 E-mail: boxoffice@leeds.gov.uk www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk

On-line You can now buy your tickets online. Please visit our website www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk and click on ‘book now’ on the show page.

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Our venues

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The Carriageworks houses two exciting performance spaces. The Main Auditorium is a traditional proscenium arch theatre, with an overall capacity of 350 seats over 3 levels. Patrons are able to select and book specific seats for this space.

To receive information on upcoming shows, special offers and special events from The Carriageworks via e-mail, please e-mail carriageworks@leeds.gov.uk with ’subscribe’ marked in the header field.

upstairs@thecarriageworks is our studio theatre, situated on Level 4. This is an intimate and flexible performance space with a capacity ranging from 55 – 65 seats depending upon the seating configuration and size of the performing area. It is not possible to book specific seats in this theate. Please note that performances upstairs@ thecarriageworks frequently sell out. Doors will open 15 minutes prior to advertised performance time. Once the performance has commenced it will not be possible to seat latecomers until a suitable gap in the performance, which may be the interval.

To receive future copies of The Carriageworks ’What’s On’ send your name, postal and e-mail address to: City Centre Box Office, The Carriageworks, The Electric Press, Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD Telephone: 0113 224 3801 E-mail: boxoffice@leeds.gov.uk

Conference Culture: Conferencing at The Carriageworks

The Carriageworks, alongside its sister venues Leeds Town Hall, Leeds Art Gallery and Leeds City Museum, provides unique conferencing facilities for all occasions. Situated in close Some seating at the side of the Main Auditorium has restricted viewing. Please check proximity to Millennium Square, the venues are ideally situated for business use. Whatever with the box office when purchasing tickets. your precise needs The Carriageworks can offer Bar facilities contemporary and prestigious facilities. The Carriageworks houses its own bar on Level For more information please contact a member 2 with spectacular views of the city in a relaxed, of The Carriageworks team: comfortable atmosphere. Telephone: 0113 247 4746 Interval drinks can be pre-ordered to save E-mail: conferenceculture@leeds.gov.uk patrons from queuing at the interval. www.conferenceculture.co.uk For reasons of health and safety, patrons are requested not to take bottles, cups and glasses out of the bar. Plastic glasses are available on request should patrons wish to take drinks into the auditorium. The bar will generally stay open for 30 minutes after curtain down for evening performances (licensed hours permitting).

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Disabled Facilities & Access

Children and families Please note the following about visiting with children: • In our ‘upstairs@thecarriageworks’ space, children will be invited to sit on tour mats so they can get closer to the action and improve their view and experience. • Baby changing facilities and child booster seats are available. • Children under one year old come free but will not be given a specified seat. • Prams cannot be taken into the auditorium. • Under 13s must be accompanied by an adult. The Carriageworks welcomes mothers who wish to breast-feed. Please feel free to do so throughout the building, but if you would prefer a private area then let a member of staff know and we will provide one if available.

Transport for schools and groups Look out for new deals with Metro for schools and groups.

Customer feedback option The Carriageworks team would welcome your feedback on any aspect of your visit. Please feel free to pass your comments on to a member of front of house staff or contact us via e-mail or telephone: Telephone: 0113 247 4746 E-mail: carriageworks@leeds.gov.uk

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The Carriageworks front of house staff will help make your visit as enjoyable as possible. If you need to make specific arrangements prior to your visit please contact us on 0113 247 4746.

Wheelchair access Lift access to all floors.

Visually Impaired

This brochure is available in large print and tape by contacting The Carriageworks office: 0113 247 4746. Guide Dogs are welcome and bowls of water supplied.

Hearing enhancements A hearing loop is available for both performance spaces. Please enquire at the Box Office when you arrive at the venue. A £5 returnable deposit is required.

Disabled parking A variety of street parking and secure car park options are available nearby with the nearest facilities including: • St. John’s Shopping Centre (long stay) • The Light (long stay) There are also several disabled parking spaces on Cookridge Street, just around the corner from the entrance to The Carriageworks.

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Access to the theatre is by the main glass door located on Millennium Square between Ha! Ha! Bar and Revolution. The building can also be accessed through the Electric Press courtyard on Great George Street.

Travel by Car CITY SQUARE

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The Carriageworks is located above the Ha Ha! Bar in the Electric Press development on Millennium Square, just off Great George Street in Leeds City Centre.

CITY STATION

When driving into Leeds join the inner Leeds Ring Road, often signed as Loop Traffic, following signs to Leeds Town Hall or Leeds Art Gallery. The Carriageworks is a two minute walk from these buildings.

Parking Car parking can be found at nearby The Light shopping complex or at the St John’s Shopping Centre. Meter street parking is also available. See page 29 for details of disabled parking.

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Diary of Events

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Main Auditorium

Upstairs

SHAKERS 7.30pm SHAKERS 7.30pm SHAKERS 7.30pm BOUNCERS 7.30pm BOUNCERS 7.30pm

MONEY DOUBLE 7.45pm MONEY DOUBLE 7.45pm

LEEDS MET SHOWCASE - MA DAY COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE 7.45pm COMPLETE WORKS OF S’PEARE 2.30pm, 7.45pm

ANOMIE 7.30pm MOTHS ATE MY DR WHO SCARF 7.30pm

SIMON AMSTELL 8pm SIMON AMSTELL 8pm THE IDIOT COLONY 7.30pm THE IDIOT COLONY 7.30pm

Main Auditorium

SPIKE 7pm SPIKE 7pm

THE MYSTERY OF IRMA VEP 7.45pm SCENES UNSEEN 8pm

Upstairs

THE DRUM BLONDES 3pm

LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

THE MAGICIANS NEPHEW 7pm THE MAGICIANS NEPHEW 7pm THE MAGICIANS NEPHEW 7pm THE MAGICIANS NEPHEW 2pm, 7pm

RENT - SCHOOL EDITION 7.30pm RENT - SCHOOL EDITION 7.30pm RENT - SCHOOL EDITION 7.30pm RENT - SCHOOL EDITION 7.30pm

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LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LEEDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

MY NAME IS BILL 8pm MY NAME IS BILL 8pm WORLD OF CHARLES DICKENS 7.45pm WORLD OF CHARLES DICKENS 7.45pm

FUNERAL GAMES 8pm FUNERAL GAMES 8pm CONFUSIONS 7.45pm CONFUSIONS 7.45pm THE KING’S GOT DONKEY’S EARS! 2pm

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Main Auditorium

Upstairs

MY GRANDFATHER’S GREAT WAR 7.30pm SCENES UNSEEN 8pm SWEET 7.45pm SCENES UNSEEN 8pm DIWALI DANCE EXTRAVAGANZA 7.30pm MIDGET GEMS 8pm FAMILY LIEDER+ 3pm THE RED ROOM 7.30pm TRESPASS/PLAY OF PERCENTAGES 7.30pm RUBY’S LAST CONFESSION 7.45pm IF WE GO ON 7.30pm RUBY’S LAST CONFESSION 7.45pm LIGHT NIGHT 6pm LIGHT NIGHT 6pm ONE IN FORUM

RESOUNDING TINKLE/DUMB WAITER 7.30pm RESOUNDING TINKLE/DUMB WAITER 7.30pm RESOUNDING TINKLE/DUMB WAITER 7.30pm RESOUNDING TINKLE/DUMB WAITER 7.30pm

ONE FOR THE ROAD 7.45pm ONE FOR THE ROAD 7.45pm ONE FOR THE ROAD 7.45pm ONE FOR THE ROAD 7.45pm

A KICK IN THE BAUBLES 7.30pm A KICK IN THE BAUBLES 7.30pm A KICK IN THE BAUBLES 7.30pm A KICK IN THE BAUBLES 7.30pm

THE LOST FOREST 11am & 2pm

THE CEMETERY CLUB 7.30pm THE CEMETERY CLUB 7.30pm THE CEMETERY CLUB 7.30pm

Main Auditorium

RUPERT BROOKE 7pm RUPERT BROOKE 7pm CLEAN AS POSSIBLE COMEDY ????

Upstairs

SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 4.30pm SNOW WHITE 10.15am, 2pm SNOW WHITE 10.15am, 2pm SNOW WHITE 10.15am, 2pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 5.30pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 1pm, 4.30pm SNOW WHITE 10.15pam, 2pm SNOW WHITE 10.15am, 2pm SNOW WHITE 10.15am, 2pm SNOW WHITE 7pm SNOW WHITE 11am, 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 1pm, 4.30pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 1pm, 4.30pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 5.30pm SNOW WHITE 1pm, 4.30pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 2pm, 7pm SNOW WHITE 11am, 2pm

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The Carriageworks The Electric Press, Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD

Box Office: 0113 224 3801 E–mail: carriageworks@leeds.gov.uk www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk Conference contacts: Tel: 0113 247 4746 E–mail: conferenceculture@leeds.gov.uk

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