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CLOSER TO GREAT THEATRE WElCOmE TO THE SUmmER 2012 SEASOn AT DERBY THEATRE, WE HOpE YOU lIKE OUR nEW-lOOK BROCHURE. WE WIll AlSO BE mAKIng SOmE InTERIOR CHAngES TO THE THEATRE OvER THE nEXT FEW mOnTHS TO ImpROvE THE EXpERIEnCE OF COmIng TO lIvE THEATRE. The intimate surroundings of Derby Theatre allow you to get closer to the stage and we have some great theatre to experience. From the delightful Funny Peculiar to the moving tale of The Cemetery Club. We are also delighted to be bringing the West End hit Yes, Prime Minister to Derby. If you’re looking for something a bit different, I would strongly recommend 2401 Objects which was a huge hit in Edinburgh. A highlight of the season will be the wonderful tale of The Butterfly Lion by the writer of War Horse, Michael Morpurgo. Other highlights include the world-famous Horrible Histories and the amazing dance performance of Nubes in association with Déda. We hope you can see what an exciting array of great theatre is coming up. I look forward to welcoming you back soon.
£8.00 Analogue Productions presents
2401 OBJECTS Friday 13 – Saturday 14 April, 7.30pm Tickets: £13, £11, £8
2401 OBjECTS IS THE nEW FRIngE-FIRST WInnIng SHOW BY THE ‘BRIgHT nEW THIngS OF BRITISH THEATRE’ (OBSERvER), DIRECT FROm An ACClAImED RUn AT THE EDInBURgH FESTIvAl.
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In 1953 Henry Molaison emerges from experimental brain surgery without any recollection of the last two years of his life, or the ability to form new memories. In 2009 Patient H.M.’s brain is dissected live on the internet to a global audience of 400,000 people, cut into carefully preserved slices; manuscripts of tissue like the pages of a book. Inspired by the world’s most important neuroscientific case study, 2401 Objects tells the remarkable story of a man who could no longer remember, but who has proven impossible to forget. “I defy anyone not be drawn into this deeply moving examination of life, death and memory” The Telegraph.
page 5 Bill Kenwright presents the award-winning comedy classic
By Mike Stott
Directed by Bob Tomson Designed by Simon Scullion | Lighting by Mike Robertson Monday 16 – Saturday 21 April See page 29 for performance times
TREvOR TInSlEY IS A SmAll-TOWn gROCER WITH A DEvOTED WIFE AnD nEW BABY - BUT HIS DESIRE TO TASTE THE FORBIDDEn FRUIT OF FREE lOvE lEADS HIm ASTRAY AnD InTO THE WElCOmIng ARmS OF HIS nEIgHBOUR’S WIFE. Hilarious misadventures ensue, revealing a host of comic characters as Trevor’s actions lead him into conflict with his strait-laced community and provokes his narrow-minded wife into a surprising reaction of her own…!
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Starring Craig Gazey, Suzanne Shaw, Vicky Entwistle, Gemma Bissix, Steven Blakeley. “One of the most uproariously funny plays of the last half century” The Guardian.
Prolific writer for stage, television and radio, Mike Stott is renowned for celebrating the quirkiness and robust charm of “ordinary life”. He delivers completely with this award-winning comedy. TV favourites including Craig Gazey, winner of National Television Best Newcomer Award and British Soaps Best Comedy Performer Award for his portrayal of Coronation Street’s popular innocent Graeme Proctor, Emmerdale’s Suzanne Shaw, Champion of ITV’s Dancing on Ice, West End star of Chicago, Joseph and Pop sensation, Gemma Bissix, two-time British Soap award-winner for her role in Hollyoaks, Vicky Entwistle, best known as the feisty Janice Battersby in Coronation Street and Derby favourite Heartbeat’s Steven Blakeley come together in this award-winning comedy classic.
CLOS ER TO
THE CEMETERY CLUB By Ivan Menchell
Monday 23 – Saturday 28 April See page 29 for performance times
IAn DICKEnS pRODUCTIOnS InTERnATIOnAl lTD pRESEnTS THE glORIOUSlY FUnnY COmEDY THE CEmETERY ClUB WITH An All STAR CAST. Ida, Lucille and Doris are part of a club – the cemetery club. Every month they meet at Ida’s New York house for tea, then trundle off to the cemetery to remember the good times and gossip with their late husbands. Lucille fancies herself as a flamboyant swinger, Doris is a traditional matronly widow and Ida is somewhere in between. When Sam, a butcher, meets the widows at the cemetery while he is visiting his wife’s grave he changes their lives for ever.
“This touching play about three superannuated, feuding jewish women is funny, wise and gloriously witty- Steel magnolias meets The golden girls”
Star casting to be announced soon.
£8.00 27 See page
E F I L O T R CLOSE
Direct from the West End with Graham Seed and Michael Simkins
YES, PRIME MINISTER
£10.00 27 See page
Monday 30 April – Saturday 5 May See page 29 for performance times
FOllOWIng TWO SEll-OUT WEST EnD SEASOnS, YES, pRImE mInISTER IS nOW On TOUR. The original writers of the classic BBC TV series, Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn, have reunited for this anniversary production and now the Prime Minister Jim Hacker played by Graham Seed (Nigel Pargetter – The Archers) and his Cabinet Secretary Sir Humphrey Appleby played by Michael Simkins (Mamma Mia, Above Suspicion) are back in this hilarious new play. In a world of spin, Blackberrys and ‘sexed up’ dossiers, the PM is staring disaster in the face. The country is on the brink of financial meltdown and the Government’s only apparent salvation comes from a morally dubious deal with the Foreign Minister of Kumranistan. Will Jim Hacker and his team of advisers be able to rescue the country from the edge? Recommended for over 16s. “Side splitting” The Express.
“The audience loved it. A hit” The Guardian.
The Daily Mail.
“jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey are back! As sharp and blissfully funny as ever” Daily Telegraph.
N O O I T S S R E E S S CLOME & OB CRI
London Classic Theatre presents
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by Peter Shaffer
Tuesday 8 May – Saturday 12 May See page 29 for performance times
In A HAmpSHIRE STABlE, A YOUTH BlInDS SIX HORSES WITH A mETAl SpIKE. Convicted of this appalling crime, seventeen-year-old Alan Strang is sent to a secure psychiatric hospital. Martin Dysart, the child psychiatrist assigned to him, begins to probe Alan’s past in an attempt to understand his motives. Initially the boy is silent and uncooperative, but as Dysart digs deeper, he begins to win Alan’s trust and the truth gradually emerges. Finally, as Alan struggles to be free of his demons, he must relive the events of that terrible night. Inspired by a true story, Peter Shaffer's unique psychological thriller explores the complex relationships between worship, myth and sexuality. Equus contains strong language, adult themes and nudity. “…taut, flawless and compelling…” The Stage. “…astonishing theatricality...beautifully lit and staged…” Hexham Courant. “…quite simply, this is the kind of show for which awards are given…” WhatsOnStage.
Photograph © Sheila Burnett.
O T R NDS E S CLOD FRIE OL
Derby Theatre presents a New Perspectives & Curve Leicester co-production
THE BUTTERFLY LION Adapted by Daniel Buckroyd
Wednesday 23 May – Friday 8 June See page 29 for performance times
WHEn THE ORpHAnED WHITE lIOn CUB HE HAS RESCUED FROm THE AFRICAn vElD IS SOlD TO A CIRCUS OWnER AnD SHIppED OFF TO EUROpE, YOUng BERTIE vOWS HE WIll SEE HIS FRIEnD AgAIn. lITTlE DOES HE REAlISE THE ADvEnTUROUS, ROmAnTIC, SHOCKIng TURnS HIS lIFE WIll TAKE BEFORE THAT mOmEnTOUS DAY FInAllY COmES. Now this multi-award-winning tale of enduring friendship from the acclaimed author of War Horse is brought to life in a brand new stage adaptation.
“The Butterfly lion will touch all hearts – both young and old” Virginia McKenna, Born Free Foundation.
The Butterfly Lion, first published in 1996, and winner of both the Smarties Prize and Writers’ Guild Award for Children’s fiction, is one of the former Children’s Laureate’s most popular works, and is still one of his most widely read books.
The perfect family treat for the Jubilee holiday
£8.00 27 See page
page 15 Derby Theatre in association with Déda Aracaladanza presents
NUBES Sunday 10 June, 2pm and 4pm Tickets: £17, £14, £10
InSpIRED BY THE WORK OF THE SURREAlIST ARTIST REné mAgRITTE, THIS FABUlOUS InTERnATIOnAl DAnCE THEATRE COmpAnY plAYS WITH THE THEmE OF ClOUDS In THE mOST mAgICAl AnD EnTERTAInIng WAY. Expect the company’s trademark playfulness in which the most extraordinary objects are imaginatively brought to life, a flipper dance which is laugh-outloud funny, and a dance with ladders which takes your breath away. This is vintage Aracaladanza, proving yet again why they are MAX awardwinners and winners of the Madrid Theatre Prize for Children and Family Audiences.
Running time approximately 50 minutes Suitable for ages 4+ and families Part of Jump in, East Midlands International Children’s Theatre and Dance Festival
CLO THE SER TO CLO UDS
£10.00 See page 27
page 17 Oddsocks presents
JULIUS CAESAR Monday 11 June – Wednesday 13 June, 7.30pm Tickets: £17, £14, £10
ImAgInE THE YEAR IS 44BC, THE HEAT IS RISIng, THE COnTESTAnTS ARE SWEATIng, THE EXCITEmEnT IS gROWIng AnD THE COmpETITIOn IS FIERCE.
Oddsocks are back with their hilarious rendition of the political thriller Julius Caesar set to the background of ancient sporting competition. The most famous political coup in literature is given the Oddsocks treatment with much tearing of togas, and swishing of roman swords. As always it will be an energetic blend of culture and comedy that the public has loved for years.
£10.00 27 See page
Presented by Dragon Breath Theatre and Curve Theatre, Leicester
by Peter Rumney
Friday 15 June – Saturday 16 June See page 29 for performance times
BASED On THE ClASSIC BOOK BY jOnATHAn SWIFT THE WORlD pREmIERE OF A nEW STAgE ADApTATIOn FOR FAmIlY AUDIEnCES AgED 9+
CLOS BETR ER TO AYAL
£10.00 27 See page
It’s 1699 and Lemuel Gulliver sets sail from England for lands unknown. Shipwrecked, he finds himself to be a powerful giant in one land, a tiny plaything in another. Then, abandoned by his crew, he discovers a flying island, and a strange world where men are beasts ruled by beautiful, civilised horses. Meanwhile, Gulliver’s daughter Molly waits at home for his return, and to hear his extraordinary tale. But, Gulliver’s adventures have changed him for ever… Can Molly help him truly return to the world he left behind? Dragon Breath and Curve bring Swift’s tale to life for modern audiences with their celebrated epic, visual performance style, in award-winning playwright Peter Rumney’s funny and powerful play.
Ian Dickens Productions International Ltd presents
DEAD RINGER by Charles Ross Monday 18 June â€“ Saturday 23 June See page 29 for performance times
mEnACE AnD mURDER In HIgH plACES. When the Prime Minister drops dead from an apparent heart attack on the eve of a general election, two cabinet members who fear they need his charisma to get re-elected hire an out-of-work actor to replace the deceased. This dead ringer is supposed to fill in until after the election is won, but he grows to like the role until he discovers that the real PM was poisoned. This thriller plunges from early amusing fantasy into murder and dark plots.
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WE ALL WANT TO MEET PEOPLE FROM HISTORY. THE TROUBLE IS EVERYONE IS DEAD! Tuesday 26 June – Saturday 30 June See page 29 for performance times
So it’s time to prepare yourselves for HORRIBlE HISTORIES live on stage! Using actors and ground-breaking 3D special effects, these two astounding shows – Terrible Tudors and Vile Victorians – are guaranteed to thrill you and your children. Historical figures and events will come alive on stage and hover at your fingertips.
From the horrible Henries to the end of evil Elizabeth, hear the legends (and the lies!) about the torturing Tudors. Find out the fate of Henry’s headless wives and his punch-up with the Pope. Survive the Spanish Armada as it sails into the audience!
What exactly did a baby farmer do? Can you escape the misery of the mines or the filth of the factories? Do your best to dodge the rotten railway and prepare for the Charge of the Light Brigade!
“mortgage the school if you have to. Ransom the governors, even. no child, or adult, should be denied the chance to see this: live theatre - and history - at its rip-roaring best.” Times Educational Supplement.
CLO THE SER TO PAST
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THE TWIST Sunday 24 June, 7.30pm Tickets: £20 (£19)
THE RAT PACK
Take a nostalgic trip back in time with this spectacular, vibrant, non-stop rockin’ show. “Happy Days” meets “Buddy” – a 50s & 60s rock ‘n’ roll epic, the Twist features the songs from Petula Clark, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Connie Francis, Eddie Cochran, Dusty Springfield, Billy Fury and Brenda Lee. This unmissable show will leave you brimming with energy and aching to see it again and again.
Vegas Spectacular Sunday 29 April, 7.30pm
FUn All THE WAY AS THE ‘pURvEYORS OF COOl’ COmE TO TOWn WITH A SEnSATIOnAl SHOW FEATURIng THE gREATEST mUSIC OF THE 20TH CEnTURY.
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COmE AnD jOIn OnE OF THE gREATEST pARTY’S In TOWn WITH A CAST OF TERRIFIC SIngERS, Sunday 8 July, 7.30pm DAnCERS AnD mUSICIAnS Tickets: £21, £17, £12
Tickets: £21, £19, £17
Wonderful memories of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr in a totally live show successful worldwide. Every song is an absolute classic – Come Fly with Me, Volare, Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Lady is a Tramp, Mack The Knife, plus many more of your favourites and endless hanky panky and banter. Their timeless soiree oozing class and style continues to be the hottest party around.
FOREVER IN BLUE JEANS
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A perfect feast of entertainment starring Carole Gordon and Bob Newman, the terrific new production begins in the 1950s and 60s with rock ‘n’ roll favourites from Jerry Lee Lewis and Brenda Lee to The Beatles and The Monkeys. Blue Jeans celebrates 50 years of Motown Magic which takes in hits from The Four Tops, The Jackson 5, Diana Ross and a host of other Motown favourites. The Carpenters, Showaddywaddy and Abba bring us into the 70s. The terrific “Red Hot Blue Jeans Band” performs stunning instrumentals and the show ends with everyone invited to the party for the Grand Finale.
Uncontained Arts in association with Buxton Opera House and Derby Theatre
A Student Theatre Production
TREASURE ISLAND Friday 6 – Saturday 7 April, 11am & 2pm Tickets: £7.50, concessions £5.50 join honest jim Hawkins as he sets sail on a frantically funny high seas adventure. Outsmarting the one-legged long john Silver in search of Captain Flint’s buried treasure, jim finds himself on a desert island with some cheesy characters and one particularly pongy parrot with barrels of laughter and lots of joining-in for the whole family to enjoy! International touring theatre company Uncontained Arts are now in their fourth successful year and are the company-in-residence at Derby Theatre. past children’s productions include The little mermaid (2009) Alice in Wonderland (2010) and not So grimm Fairy Tales (2011).
“This company clearly know what kids want” The Stage.
ARTIST DESCENDING A STAIRCASE
Thursday 17 – Saturday 19 May, Thursday – Saturday Evening plus Matineé Thursday/Saturday
Friday 20 – Saturday 21 April, 8pm
Tickets: £14, £12, £8
Tickets: £7.00, concessions £5.00
A nEW mUSICAl pRODUCTIOn BASED On THE lIFE AnD TImES OF mARIlYn mOnROE, THE UlTImATE mOvIE lEgEnD.
With cameo appearances from JFK, Frank Sinatra, Joe DiMaggio and a host of other influential characters to tell the tragic and scandalous story of the original blonde bombshell from Hollywood – ‘a place where they’ll pay you 1000 dollars for a kiss and 50 cents for your soul…’
Originally written for radio in 1972,Tom Stoppard's ‘Artist Descending a Staircase’ uses sound to tell the story of three elderly avant-garde artists who have co-existed for over fifty years. Stoppard explores the meaning and purpose of art using his renowned wit and mastery of the English language to create a timeless comedy. Delirious theatre's debut production of a British classic promises to entertain audiences whilst provoking thought on what constitutes art. [Student Theatre]
DANCING AT LUGHNASA Wednesday 20 – Saturday 23 June, 8pm Tickets: £8.00, concessions £7.00
The Watson players Dancing at lughnasa is an award-winning play by dramatist Brian Friel set in Ireland's County Donegal in August 1936. A drama that mixes memory and desire, humour and sadness. A play that is startlingly true, tender and fresh. The play depicts the late summer days when love briefly seems possible for three of the mundy sisters and the family welcomes home the frail elder brother, who has returned from a life as a missionary in Africa. However, as the summer ends, the family foresees the sadness and economic privations under which they will suffer as all hopes fade. [Amateur Theatre]
DERBY STUDIO THEATRE
SEATS AND PRICES
Access For All
Derby Theatre welcomes all patrons and has an extensive range of services to ensure you have an enjoyable and comfortable visit. Do mention your requirements when you book tickets, and don’t hesitate to ask the Duty manager if there is anything you need on arrival.
There are accessible and adapted toilets on the ground and first floors.
Funny Peculiar The Butterfly Lion
Weekday matinée Monday – Thursday evening/Saturday matinée Friday – Saturday evening and bank holiday
Assisted Access Scheme We operate a scheme for those who need somebody to be present in order to assist them to readily access theatre shows. Our Assisted Access Scheme allows members to buy a seat for themselves and an essential companion at half price. This scheme is only open to those who genuinely require assistance visiting the theatre. joining is free and a short application form is available from the box office or to download, providing us with contact details and any information the disabled person would like recorded to assist with their visits. The applicant, or their appointed representative, will be required to sign a declaration that the person concerned is restricted in their ability to access the services provided in Derby Theatre without assistance. The companion must be able to help the disabled person access the theatre and its facilities, remaining with them to ensure their wellbeing and comfort. All tickets are subject to availability at the time of booking. The theatre reserves the right to review the availability of tickets within the scheme, to review a member's eligibility and to revoke that membership following review.
Parking There are reserved parking spaces for blue badge holders in the Westfield basement car park for which normal parking charges apply. There is a lift directly from the basement car park to all levels of the theatre.
Getting Around There is level access to the box office and café from Theatre Walk. The foyer, theatre, bar and studio can be accessed via the lift.
Sound enhancement systems are available in the theatre and studio. The best quality of sound is through our infrared headsets which are available to borrow free from the box office. If you prefer to use the T switch on your hearing aid, you will need to borrow an induction loop aerial, which is worn around the neck, these are available from the box office.
Assistance Dogs Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the building. please talk to the box office about any special requirements when booking. If you require our brochure in large print, braille or on audio tape, please enquire at the box office.
Auditoria There are a limited number of wheelchair spaces available in each venue, please notify the box office when booking. Our staff can bring refreshments to you in the interval – please ask a member of our front of house staff for this service.
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The Cemetery Club Equus Dead Ringer Weekday matinée Monday – Thursday evening/Saturday matinée Friday – Saturday evening
Julius Caesar Nubes All Performances
Yes, Prime Minister Weekday matinée Monday – Thursday evening/Saturday matinée Friday – Saturday evening
Gulliver’s Travels Horrible Histories - Terrible Tudors Horrible Histories - Vile Victorians All Performances
BSL Interpreted Performances British Sign language (BSl) Interpreted. please let box office know where you would like to sit: directly in front of the interpreter or on the opposite side, looking across the stage/action. Our sign interpreters are coordinated by Sarah gatford-Ball and TheatreTerp.
Audio Described Ideal for blind and partially sighted people, audio description is a form of audio-visual translation using the natural pauses in dialogue or between critical sound elements to insert a narrative that translates the visual image into a sense form. Access performances times are indicated on page 29. visit www.sceneandsound.co.uk where you will find access performance listings for other venues.
Concession prices are shown in brackets, and are available to Under 16s, over 60s, registered unemployed, registered disabled people and full-time students. To keep up to date with our latest offers and special prices text “Closer” to 88802, find us on facebook or follow us on twitter @derbytheatre
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The Cemetery Club The Cemetery Club The Cemetery Club The Cemetery Club The Cemetery Club The Cemetery Club The Rat Pack Yes, Prime Minister Yes, Prime Minister Yes, Prime Minister Yes, Prime Minister Yes, Prime Minister Yes, Prime Minister
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The Butterfly Lion
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The Butterfly Lion The Butterfly Lion The Butterfly Lion The Butterfly Lion The Butterfly Lion
7pm 1.30pm & 7pm 7pm 1.30pm & 7pm 2pm & 7.30pm
Nubes Julius Caesar Julius Caesar Julius Caesar
2pm & 4pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm
Gulliver's Travels Gulliver's Travels
7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Dead Ringer Dead Ringer Dead Ringer Dead Ringer Dead Ringer Dead Ringer The Twist
7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm
28 june 2012
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Horrible Histories (Terrible Tudors) Horrible Histories (Terrible Tudors) Horrible Histories (Vile Victorians) Horrible Histories (Vile Victorians) Horrible Histories (Terrible Tudors) Horrible Histories (Terrible Tudors) Horrible Histories (Vile Victorians) Horrible Histories (Vile Victorians) Horrible Histories (Terrible Tudors)
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Forever in Blue Jeans The Eagle Awards 2012
Equus Equus Equus Equus Equus
Blonde Blonde Blonde
The Butterfly Lion The Butterfly Lion The Butterfly Lion
7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm
2.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm
7pm 1.30pm & 7pm 1.30pm & 7pm
Please note the 7.30pm performance on 2 June of The Butterfly Lion is not audio described.
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Derby Theatre Policy
Telephone lines are open monday to Saturday 10am - 7pm, Sundays and bank holidays from 6pm or an hour prior to the first event of the day (whichever is earliest) until 7pm.
Concession discounts are available to full-time students, young people of 16 years and under, and any person aged 60 years and over.
At Derby Theatre we have a commitment to customer care and have set standards to ensure that the service you receive is of the highest quality:
group booking: group discounts are available for certain performances; please ask the box office for details when booking. Only one concession or discount applies per ticket. Concessionary price tickets must be requested at the time of purchase, as discounts cannot be applied retrospectively.
Children, school parties and those in need of special care are the responsibility of their parents, guardians, teachers or carers, who must ensure that appropriate behaviour is followed in the auditorium. There is a Duty manager at all performances who will be happy to help with any problems. Derby Theatre reserves the right to ask anyone causing a disturbance, to other patrons or staff, to leave the venue. All details in this brochure are correct at time of going to press. Derby Theatre reserves the right to alter programme details without prior notice. Derby Theatre frequently makes its facilities available for hire to local societies and nonprofessional companies. Whilst we attempt at all times to safeguard customers’ interests, Derby Theatre can accept no responsibility for the quality, content, discount policies or pricing of these events.
The box office is open monday to Saturday 10am - 7pm, Sundays and bank holidays from 6pm or an hour prior to the first event of the day (whichever is earliest) until 7pm. The box office will remain open to in-person callers until 15 minutes after the start of the last performance.
please note: Derby Theatre reserves the right to introduce discounts, booking fees and other price changes without notice. These will not apply to tickets already purchased before the announcement.
Derby Theatre’s online booking service offers a secure way of booking tickets with the option of choosing your own seats. Choose the ticket price type (full price or concession), then click your desired seats on the seating plan, repeat for each type of ticket. Concession tickets are for under-16s, students and over-60s. please note that the new Derby Theatre website will be operational from march 2012.
Theatre tickets once purchased are nonrefundable, however tickets can be exchanged only for another performance of the same production for a fee of £1 per ticket. We regret that such exchanges cannot be made on the same day as, or after the event in question.
masterCard, visa, Electron, Delta, Solo and maestro are accepted. please note that all performances will be subject to an administration fee. Cheques are only accepted for Theatre party Bookings of 20 or more.
Children under three will not be admitted into the auditorium except to productions aimed exclusively at children. All children, including babies, must be in possession of a valid ticket. A discounted ticket is available for children under two years. For more details please contact the box office.
Exchanges and Refunds
Reservations are only permitted for theatre group bookings.
Data Protection Derby Theatre is committed to upholding the data protection principles of good information handling practices. When processing your booking the box office will ask you your name, address, telephone number and email address. This information may be used to keep you informed about forthcoming events at Derby Theatre. We may also pass on your name and address to other arts organisations who may send you information of a similar nature. If you would like your details to be used in this way please inform the box office at time of booking.
Smoking In the interests of health and safety Derby Theatre is a non-smoking building. There are exterior ashtrays situated outside on the bar level.
• We will produce at least three seasonal brochures a year detailing our programme. These will be dispatched at least six weeks prior to the season commencing. • Derby Theatre will be kept clean and tidy and all facilities maintained to a high standard. Areas will be regularly checked to ensure high standards are maintained. • We will log all customer comments received and act upon them within seven working days. • We will ensure our staff are clearly identifiable and available to assist you during your visit.
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CLOSER TO EDUCATION Theatre Arts – BA (Hons) This vibrant and exciting course is taught by practising professional artists with expertise in their own specialist fields. We’ll encourage you to consider theatre arts from many perspectives, so you build up your understanding and knowledge of what theatre arts is. You’ll study acting, directing, theatre in education, playwriting, technical theatre and production work. You can take part in public performances as part of the course and as an extra-curricular activity. Students on the course are based at Derby Theatre which is a unique learning environment and a place where you’ll gain vital work experience in all forms of theatre production and management. We are now recruiting for our September 2012 intake. For more information and to apply please visit www.derby.ac.uk/theatre
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By Train or by Taxi
The most convenient car park is Westfield basement accessed from Traffic Street. However, spaces are limited, so we advise you to leave plenty of time to park incase you have to use one of the many other car parks around the city centre.
Derby Theatre is a 10-minute walk from the train station, follow the signs to Westfield. We’ll be more than happy to order a taxi to be waiting for you after the performance, please ask at the box office upon arrival.
Food and drink jacket potatoes and salads. There is also a range of reduced fat selections, fresh juices and soft drinks and indulgence pastries. All products are available to take away. The lounge Bar is the ideal comfort zone for after work and pre-show drinks. The bar stocks a full range of reasonably priced spirits, draught and bottled beers and ciders, and diverse wine list. Bespoke wine menus are available on request.
Call the box oﬃce on 01332 59 39 39 or visit derbytheatre.co.uk for more details find us on facebook
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Derby Theatre Café is ideal for a freshly ground Costa coffee and as a meeting space throughout the day. Hand-making a cup of coffee is an art. It takes time and skill to perfect. That's why every single barista, in every single Costa store is professionally trained in the art of coffee by experts. It's a little thing, but it makes a big difference, because it means you'll get a perfect cup of Costa coffee every time. The café is the welcome point to Derby Theatre and serves light snacks, freshly made baguettes, paninis,