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April - September 2014

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Welcome to the Key Theatre Summer Season We’re delighted to welcome you to our latest brochure which features our packed programme of shows this summer. Please call our friendly Box office team on 01733 207239 to discuss your booking or email us at key.theatre@vivacity-peterborough.com. We look forward to welcoming you to the key theatre soon.

The Key Theatre team

Season Highlights

Jack and the Beanstalk

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Faulty Towers

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Morecambe

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familY Drama comeDY BurlesQue Stage on Screen

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Ladyboys of Bangkok

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sPoken WorD music musical tHeatre film Dance communitY

Back to Broadway

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The Gruffalo

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4 December 2014 – 4 January 2015

THE KEY THEATRE COMPANY RETURNS WITH

Whatever you do, don’t miss this year’s GIANT family pantomime,

Jack and the Beanstalk! With everything you expect from a Key Theatre pantomime, we return with an all singing, all dancing, and all music playing month of Fe…Fi…Fo…Fun! Jack may have his head in the clouds but when he trades the family cow for magic beans, his mother, Dame Trott, is not amused! Join us to see if Jack can save the village from the larger than life giant and rescue the old cow…Daisy.

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MAY INTERACTIVE THEATRE INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS

Faulty Towers – The Dining experience MON 19 – WED 21 MAY • 7.30PM • CAFÉ CLARKES TICKETS: £42.50 (INCLUDES A 3 COURSE MEAL) GROUP OF 6+ £40 EACH

Waited upon by Basil, sybil and manuel, this is fully immersive and highly improvised theatre at its best. only one third of the show scripted, so anything can happen as you take a seat in the ‘fawlty towers’ restaurant… expect all the best gags, shambolic service and a ‘70s style 3-course meal in some ‘top end entertainment that will knock you for six’ (What’s on london). Just don’t mention the war! internationally acclaimed by audiences and critics alike.

‘outstanding!’ FringeReview, Edinburgh Fringe 2013

‘truly an experience… a fantastic evening’ What’s on Stage, UK tour 2013

‘so talented – had us in stitches’ BBC Radio Five Live, Pienaar’s Politics, UK tour 2013

faulty towers the Dining experience was born in Brisbane in 1997 and made its international debut in 2008 at the edinburgh fringe, where it’s sold out every year since. it opened a residency in london’s West end in october 2012 and continues there still.

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APR

WATERSHED PRODUCTIONS PRESENT THE BBC WORLDWIDE AND POLKA THEATRE PRODUCTION OF

Charlie and Lola’s Best Bestest Play TUES 15 – WED 16 APRIL • 11am anD 1.30Pm, Plus 4Pm on tues • main House based on the characters created by Lauren Child adapted by Jonathan Lloyd

TICKETS: £12.50 (£8.50 CONCESSIONS, £38 FAMILY)

I have this little sister Lola. She is small and very funny… Don’t miss everyone’s favourite brother and sister, Charlie and Lola, in their extremely everso wonderful stage show! The stars of the hit BBC TV series and books by Lauren Child are brought to life by a magical mix of puppets, live action and music. Will Charlie ever get Lola to sleep, even though she is not sleepy and will not go to bed? It won’t be easy – the Tigers want their bedtime milk, the Dancing Dogs have borrowed Lola’s pyjamas and Lola thinks there is an ogre hiding in the wardrobe! For all the family!

The Big Chris Barber Band THURS 17 APRIL • 7.30Pm • main House With his 10-piece band, featuring a 7-strong front line, Chris plays a selection of his favourite music: from his roots in New Orleans style in ‘Bourbon Street Parade’ to the early music of Duke Ellington and Sidney Bechet ... before going back to ‘When the Saints’!

TICKETS: £20

Marty Wilde SAT 19 APRIL • 7.30Pm • main House Join Marty as he presents a stunning evening of rock memories from his own vaults, and pays homage to friends who helped shape the nature of British Rock and Roll. Including his personal favourites... Bad Boy, Jesamine, Teenager in Love, Rubber Ball, Jezabel, Sea of Love and many more.

TICKETS: £21 (£19.50 CONCESSIONS)

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RUMPUS THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS

The Comedy of Terrors! TUES 22 – THURS 24 APRIL • 7.30Pm (Plus 2.30Pm WeD matinée) • main House This devilishly funny show by John Goodrum brings back one of the favourite genres the Key has to offer – farces! This hilarious comedy uses all the key ingredients for a traditional farce including heaps of confusion and lots of running and hiding! The stage is well and truly set for a fast-moving madcap comedy of multiple mistaken identities.

‘written under the influence of happy juice... I was worn out with laughing by the end’ Derbyshire Times

TICKETS: £16.50 (£14 CONCESSIONS, KEY THEATRE CLUB £13)

SQUASHBOX THEATRE PRESENTS

Curious Creatures SAT 19 APRIL • 10.30am anD 2.30Pm • stuDio Welcome to the ‘Curious Creatures’ wildlife park, established by Jeremiah Johnson: world-renowned explorer, zoologist and animal collector. Nobody knows more about animals than him. Using puppets, comedy, slapstick and live music, Squashbox Theatre will uncover the mysteries of the animal kingdom.

TICKETS: £8 (£6.50 CONCESSIONS)

Hannah James and Sam Sweeney FRI 25 APRIL • 7.45Pm • stuDio Hannah James & Sam Sweeney are one of the foremost duos performing English folk music today, playing predominantly English songs and tunes on accordion and fiddle plus Hannah’s renowned high-energy clog dancing. This show will be one of the last opportunities to catch Hannah and Sam performing before they take a break, so don’t miss out!

TICKETS: £14

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SONGBOOK PRODUCTIONS PRESENT

Rodgers & Hammerstein Songbook FRI 25 APRIL • 2.30Pm anD 7.30Pm • main House Performed by stars from the West End, this truly magical show celebrates the golden age of musical theatre. Rodgers & Hammerstein Songbook features all of the classics you know and love from The Sound of Music, South Pacific, The King and I, Carousel and Oklahoma!

TICKETS: £12

G2 – Definitive Genesis SAT 26 APRIL • 7.30Pm • main House Having been performing classic Genesis for well over a decade, G2 are making a long overdue return to The Key Theatre. So take a little trip back and relive those wonderful moments of your Genesis musical history with G2.

TICKETS: £18.50

Key Comedy Night – Paul McCaffrey SAT APRIL 26TH • 7.45Pm • stuDio Paul McCaffrey has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting acts around, winning both The London Paper and the Latitude Festival new act competitions. Plus high quality support from Steve Hall (member of sketch supergroup We Are Klang) and rising star Fern Brady (as seen on Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience).

TICKETS: £9 IN ADVANCE, £11 ON DOOR

The Last Night of the Proms SUN 27 APRIL • 7Pm • main House The usual favourites from the Last Night of the Proms, along with a selection of well-known pieces will be performed by local musicians. A prize raffle will also be held during the evening. So come along, wave your Union Jacks, raise your bowler hats in a fun filled evening full of popular classics and favourite tunes.

TICKETS: £15

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BALLET THEATRE UK PRESENT

MAY

The Little Mermaid FRI 2 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House Join Ballet Theatre UK on this dramatic re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen’s all-time favourite story of The Little Mermaid, who falls in love with a human Prince and gives up everything to win his love. The kind hearted Little Mermaid rescues the Prince during a storm at sea, and begins a journey that takes her far from her home beneath the waves.

TICKETS: £17.50 (£12 U16s)

Maciek Pysz Trio FRI 2 MAY • 7.45Pm • stuDio Polish born and London based, guitar virtuoso Maciek Pysz has brought together some of the most fresh musical ideas and worldwide musical influences to jazz. Together with his equally talented colleagues, master drummer from Israel Asaf Sirkis and Russian double bass maestro Yuri Goloubev.

TICKETS: £12

The Zong Zing Allstars SAT 10 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House Zong Zing are one of THE most dynamic dance bands on the block, it’s impossible to resist following their dance moves and dancing in ways you never imagined! Lead guitarist Fiston Lusamba learned his craft as a young dude alongside members of Staff Benda Billi and the whole band are heavyweight with massive credentials.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

ernest and the Pale Moon SAT 10 MAY • 7.45Pm • stuDio Ernest spends his days watching the beautiful Gwendoline who lives opposite. Upon seeing her with another man, he’s thrown into a jealous rage and driven to murder, sending him on a spiralling descent into madness. Inspired by Poe and Hitchcock, Les Enfants Terribles blend live music, inventive design and physical storytelling into a thrilling and terrifying experience.

TICKETS: £12

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MAY

SWEENEY ENTERTAINMENTS PROUDLY PRESENT

80’s Mania SAT 3 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House Europe’s Official 1980’s Multi-Tribute Concert featuring 25 chart topping pop icons authentically recreated with live band and awesome dancers. Performing over 35 chart topping smash-hits live in concert, with tributes to Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Culture Club, Madonna, Wham!, Nena, Toni Basil, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Bananarama, Dead or Alive, Madness and many many more! As Ex-Radio1 and Top of the Pops presenter Mike Read enthusiastically described

“It’s like Top of the Pops meets Live Aid with the sexy dance troupe Legs ‘n’ Co.” TICKETS: £21.50

So it’s time to dig out your 80’s fashions and party!

Letz Zep – The Celebration Tour FRI 9 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House There are many bands that copy the greats of old, but only few do justice to what the legends have created, let alone add an individual touch. British Letz Zep belong to this small minority that is not only authentic, but original. Letz Zep cover the entire catalogue of their idols and keep adding more classics to their repertoire, thus not merely delivering the obvious. Their performance is an expansive display of what the icons have created and enthuses both novices to Led Zeppelin as well as experts.

TICKETS: £17 (£15 CONCESSIONS)

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Morecambe MON 12 – TUES 13 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House This unmissable brand new production of Tim Whitnall’s Olivier Award-winning play, stars 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 best-loved 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!

‘...will bring sunshine into the lives of all who see it.’ HHHH DAILY TELEGRAPH

‘Wonderful. exceptional. Incredibly emotional. Hilarious.’ HHHH THE TIMES

TICKETS: £16.50 (£14 CONCESSIONS, £10 STUDENTS, KEY THEATRE CLUB £13)

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MAY

John spiers and Jon Boden are an exciting young pair with tight fiddle and melodeon duos, and powerful singing. their stature continues to grow as they redefine english folk, taking you on a journey through raucous tunes, punky, upbeat, rabblerousing chorus songs, intense ballads and sublime lilting tunes. this and more, delivered with charm, humour, dynamism and spot-on fiddle and melodeon playing. fresh and fantastic, they are twice winners of the BBc radio 2 folk award for Best Duo and guarantee an energetic live set each and every time they take to the stage.

Spiers and Boden SUN 11 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House TICKETS: £15 (£13 CONCESSIONS)

Dave Swarbrick THURS 15 MAY • 7.45Pm • stuDio ‘The most influential [British] fiddle player bar none’. Here’s your chance to enjoy his extraordinary performances as well as hear anecdotes and insights in an ‘Evening with Swarb’. Enjoy the gorgeous harmonies of endearing all girl English trad folk trio, Said the Maiden, opening for Dave Swarbrick.

TICKETS: £14

Kidnapped FRI 16 MAY • 7Pm • main House An adventure tale for all the family, Kidnapped tells the story of Davie Balfour as he survives shipwreck and murder to dramatically escape to the Highlands of Scotland. Set against the fierce social and political backdrop of 1750s Scotland, this fast paced adventure story is packed full of physical storytelling and imagination.

TICKETS: £15 (£13 CONCESSIONS), £9 SCHOOLS

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The Rat Pack – 15th Anniversary Tour SAT 17 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House The original Rat Pack show, now celebrating its 15th record breaking year, amaze audiences with their recreation of the music of Sinatra, Martin and Davis, in a fabulous show that brings the style and excitement of the Las Vegas heyday to vivid life. Including all the great hits – My Way, Mr Bojangles, New York New York, Amore and Come Fly with Me! The show also features BBC Musical Director Don Hunt at the piano and to add even more glamour, the stunning L.A Showgirls. Memories really are made of this!

TICKETS: £18 (£17 CONCESSIONS)

Key Comedy Night – Rob Deering FRI MAY 16TH • 7.45Pm • stuDio Rob Deering – the UK’s foremost guitar-wielding, loop-layering stand-up comedian. If you haven’t experienced Rob Deering before, well, he’s not so much a one man band as a one man comedy Woodstock. With support from Brett Goldstein (from Channel 4s Derek) and the “must see” (Alan Carr) Joe Bor.

TICKETS: £9 IN ADVANCE, £11 ON DOOR SALTMINE THEATRE COMPANY IN A NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH DOUG HORLEY PRESENTS

Noah – A Musical Adventure SUN 18 MAY • 6.30Pm • main House This brand new, spectacular, fun-filled family musical based on the story of Noah and the Ark is packed full of great original songs written by Doug Horley (Duggie Dug Dug) and Mark Read from the band ‘A1’. Come on board and join Noah and his three sons as their incredible adventure unfolds, supported by amazing puppetry, dance and innovative scenery.

TICKETS: £12 (£8 CHILD, £35 FAMILY, 1 IN 11 FULL PRICE FREE)

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Stage on screen

APR – JUN

TAKE THE BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE! after the roaring success of the rsc live screening of richard ii last autumn, we are delighted to announce a full season of digital theatre screenings at the key theatre. our programme encompasses live screenings of new and highly anticipated productions, as well as encore filmed performances of favourites from the last few years. our season includes productions from the nt, rsc, royal opera live and royal Ballet live, providing a fantastic opportunity to see exceptional (and often sellout) theatre a little closer to home. Whether you’re a shakespeare enthusiast, opera fanatic, or simply a lover of spectacular storytelling, there is something for every taste in our digital screening season.

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LIVE FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

Royal Ballet Live – The Winter’s Tale MON 28 APRIL • 7.15Pm • main House Christopher Wheeldon presents his second full-length work for the company based on William Shakespeare’s romantic play The Winter’s Tale. The story follows the destruction of marriage through consuming jealousy, the abandonment of a child and a seemingly hopeless love. It is highly powerful material for a ballet and brings the opportunity for the company to bring to life a wealth of new characters.

TICKETS: £16 (£12.75 CONCESSIONS)

NT LIVE PRESENT

King Lear THURS 1 MAY • 7Pm • main House Academy Award® winner, Sam Mendes returns to the National Theatre to direct Simon Russell Beale in the title role of Shakespeare’s tragedy. An aged king decides to divide his kingdom between his three daughters, according to which of them is most eloquent in praising him. His favourite, Cordelia, says nothing. Lear’s world descends into chaos.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

LIVE FROM STRATFORD-UPON-AVON

RSC Screening of Henry IV Part I WED 14 MAY • 7Pm • main House Henry IV prepares for war. Having deposed the previous king, he is only too aware of the tenuousness of his position. As his father prepares to defend his crown, Prince Hal, with his friend, Falstaff are thrust into the brutal reality of the battlefield, where Hal must confront his responsibilities to family and throne.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

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NT LIVE PRESENT

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – encore THURS 22 MAY • 7Pm • main House Christopher, fifteen years old, has an extraordinary brain – exceptional at maths while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion of killing Mrs Shears’ dog, Wellington, he records each fact about the event in the book he is writing to solve the mystery of the murder.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

LIVE FROM STRATFORD-UPON-AVON

RSC Screening of Henry IV Part II WED 18 JUNE • 7Pm • main House Streamed live from the RSC, the Key Theatre presents Shakespeare’s heart-breaking conclusion to this pair of plays. King Henry’s health is failing as a second rebellion threatens to surface. Intent on securing his legacy, he is uncertain that Hal is a worthy heir, believing him to be more concerned with earthly pleasures than with the responsibility of rule.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

LIVE FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

Manon Lescaut THURS 24 JUNE • 6.45Pm • main House This early Puccini masterpiece makes a welcome return to Covent Garden after an absence of over 20 years, in a new production by Jonathan Kent. This is a much anticipated new production, and Kent’s vision of a young girl who faces temptation in the big city will surely resonate with today’s audience.

TICKETS: £16 (£12.75 CONCESSIONS)

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NT LIVE PRESENT

A Small Family Business TUES 1 JULY • 7Pm • main House

Jack McCracken: a man of principle in a corrupt world. But not for long. Moments after taking over his father-in-law’s business he’s approached by a private detective armed with some compromising information. Jack’s integrity fades away as he discovers his extended family to be thieves and adulterers, looting the business from their suburban homes.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

LIVE FROM STRATFORD-UPON-AVON

2 Gentlemen of Verona WED 3 SEPTEMBER • 7Pm • main House Simon Godwin makes his RSC debut to direct Shakespeare’s exuberant romantic comedy. Love triangles and confusion as the key ingredients to a classic Shakespearian play, as two friends both fall in love with the Duke’s daughter – as one is still sworn to his sweetheart back home.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

NT LIVE PRESENT

Medea THURS 4 SEPTEMBER • 7Pm • main House Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to take the title role in Euripides’ powerful tragedy, in a new version by Ben Power, directed by Carrie Cracknell. Medea is a wife and a mother. For the sake of her husband, Jason, she’s left her home and borne two sons in exile. But when he abandons his family for a new life, Medea faces banishment and separation from her children. Cornered, she begs for one day’s grace.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

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The Pasadena Roof orchestra – Puttin’ on the Ritz! SAT 24 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House since 1969 the Pasadena roof orchestra has been faithfully recreating the glories of popular music from the 1920s and 1930s. the fun-packed show features timeless classics from the great american song book – those wonderful songs that miraculously lifted people’s spirits during the depression era, and which made household names of singers such as Bing crosby, al Bowlly, and fred astaire. the musicians master the arrangements and sound of the fabled american orchestras such as Duke ellington and fletcher Henderson, whilst also paying tribute to the great British dance bands.

TICKETS: £18.50 (£17 CONCESSIONS)

Blofeld and Baxter – Memories of Test Match Special FRI 30 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House Henry Blofeld and Peter Baxter cordially invite you to join them on a trip down memory lane to discover fascinating untold stories from the Test Match Special commentary box and beyond. Fresh from Australia and brand new for 2014, get ‘direct from the booth’ insights from the Ashes.

TICKETS: £17.50 (£15 CONCESSIONS)

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Mark Grist – Rogue Teacher

MAY

SAT 24 MAY • 7.45Pm • stuDio Mark Grist burst onto our screens in 2012 when a film of him defeating a teenage grime artist in a rap battle went viral. Prior to this, the former school teacher and poet laureate of Peterborough, performed and toured as half of Dead Poets with MC Mixy, a double act fusing spoken word with hip-hop, earning a string of excellent reviews at Edinburgh Festival in 2010.

TICKETS: £12 (£10 CONCESSIONS) THEATRE ROTTO PRESENT

Forest of Fables FRI 30 MAY • 11.30am anD 1.30Pm • stuDio Every leaf shakes as Wind tries to blow a Traveller’s coat from his back. The man wraps it around him until the Sun comes out – and surprise puppet animals take shape before your eyes! In the fabulous forest, Lion has problems with an annoying Gnat while Fox smells tasty cheese!

TICKETS: £8 (£6.50 AGES 4+)

Dr Feelgood SAT 31 MAY • 7.30Pm • main House

Formed on Canvey Island in Essex in the early 1970s Dr. Feelgood remains one of the most popular and exciting live rhythm and blues acts in the world. The raw and uncompromising style of their performance resulted in the album Stupidity that immediately went to the number one position in the UK charts.

TICKETS: £18.50 THEATRE ROTTO PRESENT

The Hare & the Tortoise SAT 31 MAY • 11.30am anD 1.30Pm • stuDio Everyone is getting ready for the Animolympics! The champs of the day are lining up – frisky Hare and slow coach Tortoise. Join the competition – choose your champ, make your puppet supporter and watch this nail biting contest! You will assemble for an hour of puppet making before attending the race which doesn’t always stay on course.

TICKETS: £8 (£6.50 CHILD)

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APRIL

TIME

PRODUCTION

TYPE

Tuesday 15

11.30am, 1.30pm & 4pm

Charlie & Lola’s Best Bestest Play

Family

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Wednesday 16 11.30am & 1.30pm

Charlie & Lola’s Best Bestest Play

Family

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Thursday 17

7.30pm

The Big Chris Barber Band

Music

6

Saturday 19

7.30pm

Marty Wilde

Music

6

Saturday 19

10.30am & 2.30pm

Curious Creatures

Family

7

Tuesday 22

7.30pm

Comedy of Terrors

Drama

7

Wednesday 23 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Comedy of Terrors

Drama

7

Thursday 24

7.30pm

Comedy of Terrors

Drama

7

Friday 25

7.45pm

Hannah James and Sam Sweeney

Music

7

Friday 25

2.30pm & 7.30pm

Rodgers and Hammerstein Songbook

Music

8

Saturday 26

7.30pm

G2 Definitive Genesis

Music

8

Saturday 26

7.45pm

Key Comedy Nights – Paul McCaffrey

Comedy

8

Sunday 27

7pm

The Last Night of the Proms

Community

8

Monday 28

7.15pm

Royal Ballet Live – The Winter’s Tale

Film

15

MAY

TIME

PRODUCTION

TYPE

Thursday 1

7pm

King Lear

Film

15

Friday 2

7.30pm

The Little Mermaid

Dance

9

Friday 2

7.45pm

Maciek Pysz Trio

Music

9

Saturday 3

7.30pm

80’s Mania

Music

10

Friday 9

7.30pm

Letz Zepp Celebration Tour

Music

10

Saturday 10

7.30pm

Zong Zing Allstars – A Night of Congolese Rhythms Music

9

Saturday 10

7.45pm

Ernest and the Pale Moon

Drama

9

Sunday 11

7.30pm

Spiers and Boden

Music

12

Sunday 11

3pm

Glasshouse Acoustic

Community

31

Monday 12

7.30pm

Morecombe

Drama

11

Tuesday 13

7.30pm

Morecombe

Drama

11

Wednesday 14 7pm

RSC Screening of Henry IV part I

Film

15

Thursday 15

7.45pm

Dave Swarbrick

Music

12

Friday 16

7pm

Kidnapped

Drama

12

Friday 16

7.45pm

Key Comedy Night – Rob Deering

Comedy

13

Saturday 17

7.30pm

The Rat Pack

Music

13

Sunday 18

6.30pm

Noah – A Musical Adventure

Musical Theatre

13

Monday 19

7pm

Faulty Towers – The Dining Experience

Drama

5

Tuesday 20

7pm

Faulty Towers – The Dining Experience

Drama

5

Wednesday 21 7pm

Faulty Towers – The Dining Experience

Drama

5

Thursday 22

7pm

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Film

16

Saturday 24

7.30pm

Pasadena Roof Orchestra

Music

18

Saturday 24

7.45pm

Mark Grist

Comedy

19

Friday 30

7.30pm

Blofeld and Baxter – Memories of Test Match Special Spoken Word

18

Friday 30

11.30am and 1:30pm

Forest of Fables

Family

19

Saturday 31

7.30pm

Dr Feelgood

Music

19

Saturday 31

11.30am and 1:30pm

The Hare & the Tortoise

Family

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Calendar • April-September 2014 JUNE

TIME

PRODUCTION

TYPE

Monday 2 Friday 6 Saturday 7 Sunday 8 Wednesday 11 Thursday 12 Friday 13 Friday 13 Saturday 14 Tuesday 17 Wednesday 18 Friday 20 Friday 20 Saturday 21 Tuesday 24 Tuesday 24 Friday 27 Saturday 28 Saturday 28 Monday 30

11am 7.30pm 2.30pm and 7.30pm 3pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.45pm 7.30pm 2.30pm and 7.30pm 7pm 1.30pm and 7pm 1.30pm and 6.30pm 7.30pm 6.45pm 7.45pm 7.45pm 7.45pm 6pm 7.30pm

Relaxed Film Talon – The Best of Eagles Songs that Won the War Glasshouse Acoustic Miles Jupp – is the man you’re thinking of Billy Pearce Verve Key Comedy Nights – Elis James Dele Sosumi and his Afrobeat Orchestra Carrie’s War RSC Screening of Henry IV part II I Will be Everything Constellations The Billy Holiday Story Royal Opera Live – Manon Lescaut Frequently Asked Questions The Neil Diamond Story The Trials of Oscar Wilde TGS – Street Life The Lady Boys of Bangkok

Music Music Community Comedy Comedy Dance Comedy Music Drama Film Family Dance Musical Theatre Film Drama Music Drama Community Burlesque

JULY

TIME

PRODUCTION

TYPE

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Tuesday 1 Thursday 3 Friday 4 Saturday 5 Monday 7 Tuesday 8 Wednesday 9 Thursday 10 Friday 11 Friday 11 Saturday 12 Friday 25

7pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm and 7.30pm 11am 1.30pm and 4.30pm 10.30am and 4.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.45pm 7.30pm 7.45pm

Small Family Business – Encore Performance Back to Broadway Back to Broadway Back to Broadway Relaxed Film The Gruffalo The Gruffalo City Academy of Ballet City Academy of Ballet Mark Watson and Tom Deacon Elaine Delmar Sings Gershwin and Porter Sara Pascoe and Romesh Ranganathan

Film Music Music Music

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Family Family Community Community Comedy Music Comedy

29 29 26 26 30 30 30

AUGUST

TIME

PRODUCTION

TYPE

West Side Story West Side Story West Side Story West Side Story

Community Community Community Community

Wednesday 20 Thursday 21 Saturday 23 Friday 22 SEPTEMBER

TIME

PRODUCTION

TYPE

Wednesday 3 Thursday 4

7pm 7pm

RSC Screening of 2 Gentlemen of Verona Medea

Film Film

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Talon – The Best of eagles FRI 6 JUNE • 7.30Pm • main House Now in their seventeenth year together, Talon have been recognised by the ‘Agents Association of Great Britain’ at the ‘National Tribute Awards’ as the ‘OFFICIAL UK No. 1’ Eagles tribute show. In 2014 their latest production will feature all the classic Eagles hits from the timeless back catalogue including Hotel California, Lyin’ Eyes, Take It Easy, Desperado, Take It To The Limit, Life In The Fast Lane, The Last Resort and many more. Although the show now features a host of world class musicians, it is the immensely powerful four part vocal harmony and exact musical production on which Talon have built their reputation.

TICKETS: £19.50

Songs that Won the War SAT 7 JUNE • 2.30Pm anD 7.30Pm • main House

TICKETS: £15 (£13.50 CONCESSIONS)

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To mark the 90th Anniversary of the Royal British Legion, the delightful D-Day Darlings have packed up their troubles in their old kit bag and are marching to the Key Theatre. Set in 1939, at the heart of wartime Britain, we celebrate this magical era by taking you on a nostalgic journey which is sure to evoke warm memories for all and have you singing along to classics such as We’ll Meet Again, White Cliffs of Dover, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and many more...songs that will last forever, memories that will never fade. Proudly supported by Dame Vera Lynn and the Royal British Legion with fund raising at each performance for the RBL.

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JUN

Miles Jupp – is the man you’re thinking of SUN 11 JUNE • 7.30Pm • main House

in this show miles will be discussing/ranting/describing: himself, you, domestic imprisonment, fatherhood, having to have opinions, hot drinks, the government, bad balance, housing, ill health, the ageing process, navigation, other people’s pants and, inevitably, a number of other things. Pretty spicy stuff, i’m sure you’ll agree. Bits of it will be quite mild-mannered, and some of it will probably be a tad on the stroppy side.

TICKETS: £15 (£13 CONCESSIONS)

it’s a man, standing on a stage, facing an audience, talking about some things and ultimately aiming to cover the cost of his white goods.

Billy Pearce THURS 12 JUNE • 7.30Pm • main House

National treasure, and without doubt one of Britain’s most talented and best loved comedians, Billy Pearce emerged from the fertile talent fields of Butlins in the mid 1980s. Multi-award winner Billy, has won just about every comedy award going, including a British comedy award, Solo comedian of the year, and Best television comedy newcomer at the London Palladium. His impact was immediate and he was quickly snapped up for stage and TV appearances, culminating with his first series for BBC television, ‘You Gotta Be Joking’.

TICKETS: £18.50

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Verve FRI 13 JUNE • 7.30Pm • stuDio A thrilling mixed bill featuring four diverse contemporary dance works choreographed by acclaimed artists Lea Anderson, Ben Duke, Gemma Nixon & Jonathan Goddard, and also emergent artist Jamaal Burkmar. Verve promises a dynamic and passionate theatrical event, performed by 12 dancers trained at some of the world’s leading conservatoires.

TICKETS: £10 (£8 CONCESSIONS)

Key Comedy Night – elis James FRI 13 JUNE • 7.30Pm • keY Bar Elis James has cemented himself as one of comedy’s brightest young stars. Join him for laid-back tales and soaring stand up. As seen on 8 out of 10 Cats (Channel 4) and Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three). Plus the dry and laconic Matt Rees (Leicester Mercury Comedian of The Year) and storytelling with surreal twists from Jack Campbell.

TICKETS: £9 IN ADVANCE, £11 ON DOOR

Dele Sosimi and his Afrobeat orchestra SAT 14 JUNE • 7.30Pm • main House Expect nothing but the funkiest rhythm guitars, fiery percussion, call and response vocals and blazing horns, faithful to the original blueprint, but also clearly bears Dele’s own DNA. Join Dele for a night of fantastic Afrobeat music which is certain to get you on your feet.

TICKETS: £15 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS) APOLLO THEATRE COMPANY PRESENT

Carrie’s War TUES 17 JUNE • 2.30Pm anD 7.30Pm • main House When the Second World War air raids threaten their safety in the city, Carrie Willow and her brother, Nick are evacuated to a small village in the Welsh countryside. Billeted with the kind but timid Auntie Lou and her miserly brother, Mr Evans, the children begin to discover the joys, and terrors, the countryside possesses.

TICKETS: £16 (£13 CONCESSIONS) School groups: £10 per student plus 1 free teacher for every 12 pupils

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NEW INTERNATIONAL ENCOUNTER PRESENT

JUN

I will be everything FRI 20 JUNE • 1.30Pm anD 7Pm • stuDio Ever wonder what the future holds? We sent three scientists to visit Peterborough in the future, with some surprising results! In January we visited primary schools, talking to children about the future and wove their stories and ideas into this exciting new show. Award-winning theatre company NIE last visited with Hansel & Gretel. Ages 6+ and their families

TICKETS: £10 (£8 CONCESSIONS) ARACALADANZA (SPAIN) IN ASSOCIATION WITH MOKO DANCE PRESENT

Constellations FRI 20 JUNE • 1.30Pm anD 6.30Pm • main House Choreographer Enrique Cabrera has taken the brilliantly abstract work of artist Joan Miró as his starting point and fills his imaginary blank canvas with vivid colours, shape and movement. Wonderful dance, puppetry, and digital visuals are delivered with the trademark playfulness, creativity and style marking this company as one of the most accessible, and best.

TICKETS: £10 (£6 CONCESSIONS)

The Billie Holiday Story SAT 21 JUNE • 7.30Pm • main House A brilliant cocktail of songs and stories from Billie Holiday’s life, stirring the haunting memories that plagued her, told by the ‘hypnotising, captivating, electrifying’ Nina Kristofferson (The Times). The show takes you through the highs and lows of Billie’s career, punctuating each story with hits including Don’t Explain, Good Morning Heartache, All of Me and more.

TICKETS: £19.50 (£12.50 CONCESSIONS)

Frequently Asked Questions TUES 24 JUNE • 7.45Pm • stuDio Frequently Asked Questions tackles some fundamental questions that have puzzled generations: Why is the fluff in your belly button always blue? Why do donuts have holes? War, what is it good for? It’s a 10-step guide to adult life, from the perspective of four young people who have yet to experience their own adult lives.

TICKETS: £6.50

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JUN-JUL

BOB DRURY PRESENTS

The Neil Diamond Story FRI 27 JUNE • 7.45Pm • stuDio The life of a legend in song… As Neil Diamond prepares to mark 50 years at the top of his profession, singer and guitarist Bob Drury, described as the UK’s ‘Voice of Neil’, celebrates the life and work of this musical legend.

TICKETS: £12 EUROPEAN ARTS COMPANY PRESENTS

The Trials of oscar Wilde SAT 28 JUNE • 7.45Pm • stuDio Thursday 14 February 1895 was the triumphant opening night of The Importance of Being Earnest and the zenith of Wilde’s career. Less than 100 days later, he found himself a common prisoner sentenced to two years’ hard labour. So what happened during the trials and what did Wilde say?

TICKETS: £12.50 (£10 STUDENTS) TGS PRESENT

Street Life SAT 28 JUNE • 6Pm • main House The streets are a hotchpotch of cultures and fashions that mould our lives. Taking influences from the past, present and potential future, TGS put them together for another amazing experience! This year’s guests are the Fulbridge Academy, Wendy Burke School of Dance and a couple of my graduates from EPA who are on their way to stardom!

TICKETS: £13

City Academy of Ballet THURS 10 – FRIDAY 11 JULY • 7.30Pm • main House Junior and senior pupils will then join forces to present an adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s ‘Nutcracker’ ballet featuring the battle between the soldiers and the mice, the beautiful ‘Waltz of the Snowflakes’ and the variety of characters that appear in the ‘Kingdom of Sweets’.

TICKETS: £10

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THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK ARE BACK IN ANOTHER SIZZLING AND SEDUCTIVE PRODUCTION IN ‘RED HOT KISSES’ A BRAND NEW SHOW

The Lady Boys of Bangkok in ‘Red Hot Kisses’ MON 30 JUNE • 7.30Pm • main House TICKETS: £22 (£20.50 CONCESSIONS) setting the stage on fire with a fabulous mix of fun and frolics, this production includes 16 of thailand’s most beautiful ladyboys, performing a show like no other! this show drips with diamante and sizzles with new songs and side splitting comedy in truly glamorous style, with flamboyant costumes, and show stopping choreography, this show is not to be missed. Only suitable for age 16+

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Back to Broadway THURS 3 – SAT 5 JULY • 7.30Pm (Plus 2.30Pm on sat) • main House Back by popular demand following a sell-out run last year, Back to Broadway is the all-singing, all-dancing, theatrical sensation that invites you to take a breath-taking journey through the magical world of musicals! All the best-loved songs from the world’s greatest musicals are showcased in a spellbinding and captivating stage spectacular! Be enthralled by the unforgettable ‘One Day More’ from Les Misérables, the glitz and glamour of Copacabana, the uplifting ‘Time Of My Life’ from Dirty Dancing and the fantastic ‘Defying Gravity’ from Wicked: just some of the timeless showstoppers performed live on stage by some of the country’s finest performers currently touring the UK. So join us for an evening of non-stop entertainment that will leave you clamouring for more. With unforgettable performances, dazzling costumes and original choreography, all backed by a stunning New York setting, Back To Broadway is the hit show not to be missed!

TICKETS: £16 (£10 U16s, KEY THEATRE CLUB £15, £14 MATINÉE)

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The Gruffalo TUES 8 – WED 9 JULY • 4.30PM (PLUS 1.30PM ON TUES AND 10.30AM ON WED) • MAIN HOUSE Hit monster family show, direct from a west end season! Don’t miss Tall Stories’ hit musical stage adaptation of the award winning picture book, The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Meet a wheeler-dealer Fox, an eccentric old Owl and a maraca-shaking, party mad Snake! Mouse can scare these hungry animals away with tall stories of the terrifying Gruffalo, but what happens when he comes face to face with the very creature he imagined...? Voted the nation’s number one bedtime story by BBC Radio 2 listeners, The Gruffalo has been performed to well over a million people worldwide and has even hit the small screens in a star-studded TV animation. The Gruffalo is the perfect family treat with plenty of songs, laughs and scary fun for children aged 3+ and their grown-ups.

TICKETS: £12 (£8.50 SCHOOL GROUPS)

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MAY-JUL BOTTLE ROCKET COMEDY PRESENTS TWO EDINBURGH PREVIEW SPECIALS – EACH SHOW FEATURES TWO SUPERB COMEDIANS ROAD TESTING THEIR MATERIAL BEFORE THEIR TRIP UP NORTH TO THE EDINBURGH FRINGE.

Mark Watson & Tom Deacon

Sara Pascoe & Romesh Ranganathan

11TH JULY • 7.45Pm • stuDio

25TH JULY • 7.45Pm • stuDio

As ever, Mark’s show is a brutally-paced hour of jokes, anecdotes, wild improvisation, and half-baked but somehow compelling theories of existence.

Sara Pascoe has achieved great success as an actor and stand-up comedian, her show Sara Pascoe Vs The Truth received fantastic reviews and critical acclaim at last year’s Edinburgh festival.

Tom Deacon is one of the hottest young comedians on the circuit. He has been performing live stand-up for the last six years – with three Edinburgh solo shows under his belt.

In the past twelve months, hotly tipped newcomer Romesh Ranganathan has been nominated for Fosters’ Edinburgh Best Newcomer and won Best Show at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival.

TICKETS: £8 (£6 CONCESSIONS)

elaine Delmar Sings Gershwin and Porter SAT 12 JULY • 7.30Pm • main House One of the great British jazz voices of all time, Elaine Delmar brings her acclaimed interpretations of two of the greatest songbooks of all time to the Key. Accompanied by a stellar group of musicians, Elaine performs classic arrangements of George Gershwin and Cole Porter, as well as taking a fresh new look at some of the 20th Century’s most iconic music.

TICKETS: £19 (£18 CONCESSIONS)

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Riverside Bar

there’s much more to discover in the riverside Bar. take time with a pre-show drink, try one of our draft beers or see the night out after the show with our range of wines, ciders or spirits. With the summer nights drawing out, sit in the comfort of the airconditioned bar, overlooking the river nene and relax with a specially made barista style coffee.

THE KEY THEATRE PRESENTS

Glass House Acoustic SUN 11 MAY AND 8 JUNE • 3Pm • keY Bar The best in local, acoustically-based talent in the lovely glass-enclosed riverside bar. Bring the kids, and enjoy both up-and-coming young acts and more established artists. If you are interested in performing as part of Glass House Acoustic, please ring the Key Theatre on 01733 207239.

FREE EVENT

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KYT Summer School is back! After the massive sell-out success of last year’s event, Summer School returns for 2014. Summer school will once again take place at the Key Theatre on…

Week 1:

July 28 – August 2 Week 2:

August 4 – 9

Summer School has frozen its prices for another year costing just £150 per week – plus discounts if you send more than one child or attend for both weeks. Don’t worry if you can’t pay for it all at once, our friendly Box Office staff will be happy to discuss your payment options with you and your place can be reserved for as little as £20. We also have a small number of full or partial scholarship places available. KYT Summer School is the biggest and best around so don’t miss out on your place and the opportunity to work with professional directors, choreographers and musicians and to take part in an amazing end of week performance in the Key’s main auditorium to a packed out audience of family and friends. It really is the experience of a lifetime and once absolutely not to be missed!

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JUL-AUG

Summer Musical – West Side Story Following last year’s complete sell-out of Les Misérables, the KYT team return with the world’s greatest love story as is takes to the streets of New York City. The show that made Musical Theatre what it is today, still plays all around the world to sell out audiences and the young people of KYT are chomping at the bit to start rehearsals, but they’ll have to wait a little while! Auditions for ‘West Side Story’ will take place at the Key on Sunday 11 May.

Summer Musical 2014 WED 20 – SAT 23 AUGUST • 7.30Pm (Plus sat matinée 2.30Pm) • main House NIGHTLY AT 7.30PM – £14.50 (£11 CONCESSIONS) MATINÉE AT 2.30PM – £13 (£10.50 CONCESSIONS)

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Booking information How to book

Terms & conditions

The Key Theatre Box Office is open from 10am to the start of the performance Mondays to Saturdays (closed at 6pm on non performance days) and from an hour prior to curtain up on Sundays.

Exchange and Refunds Tickets are non refundable. Concessions are subject to availability. Only one discount per ticket. Proof of status may be required at time of booking. Concessions apply to over 60s and under 25s.

A £1.50 booking fee applies to all card and cheque transactions unless buying your ticket in person at the Box Office. Call the Box Office on 01733 207239 Book online at vivacity-peterborough.com Or come in and see us.

Gift vouchers – give the gift of a show The Key Theatre offers gift vouchers which can be used as part or full payment for tickets. Ask the Box Office for more details.

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Access If you require assistance during your visit to the Key Theatre please advise the Box Office in advance or on the day. Facilities • Disabled parking adjacent to the theatre • Automatic doors • Disabled toilets • Lift to first floor • Hearing loops • Guide-dogs welcome

Studio Seating Plan

Main House Seating Plan

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How to find us

Location

Key Theatre

The Key Theatre is set on the embankment between the River Nene and Peterborough Cathedral. Just outside of the city centre, the theatre is easily accessible by road, with ample parking adjacent to the theatre, by rail, as part of the country’s major train links, or by foot.

The Key Theatre is part of Vivacity Culture and Leisure a registered charitable trust. Registered charity no 1138230 All details in this brochure are correct at the time of going to press. The Key Theatre reserves the right to alter the programme details without prior notice as necessary.

Vivacity Key Theatre embankment Road, Peterborough Pe1 1 eF key.theatre@vivacity-peterborough.com 01733 207239 • vivacity-peterborough.com

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Georgie Fame SAT 30 SEPTEMBER • 7.30Pm Georgie, with his much loved blend of jazz and rhythm & blues, makes a warm welcome back to the Key Theatre.

Murder one Night

Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers

WED 22 OCTOBER • 7.30Pm

We welcome the return of this explosive evening of powerful Taiko rhythms, huge drums, striking choreography and atmospheric percussion, presented in a dramatic & theatrical stage show.

THURS 9 OCTOBER • 7.30Pm

Take part in the classic whodunit on this murder mystery evening. Walk around the theatre looking for clues, interrogating suspects, before deciphering who the real murderer is.

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Coming soon

Not About Heroes MON 22 – TUES 23 SEPTEMBER • 7.30Pm

Sooty MON 27 OCTOBER • 11am anD 2.30Pm Everybody’s favourite childhood character makes their Key debut. It’s Sooty’s birthday party and things aren’t going to plan. Sooty and Sweep get messy baking the birthday cake and will Soo ever decide which dress to wear?

One hundred years on from the beginning of the First World War, Not About Heroes is both exhilarating and uncompromising in its exploration of love, war and a friendship that changed the face of British poetry.

Joan Armatrading – Me, Myself, I TUES 30 SEPTEMBER • 7.30Pm Joan visits the Key as she embarks on her first ever solo tour. Don’t miss the chance to see Joan Armatrading MBE on her final farewell tour of the UK, in which she will be playing piano and guitar solo for the first time on tour.

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Performing Arts BA (Hons) Come and study at University Centre Peterborough! Course Overview The Performing Arts degree has a strong focus on movement and physicality, taught by industry experienced professionals and experts in Physical Theatre practices. The course explores an interdisciplinary approach, fusing and connecting movement, new media techniques, physical theatre and contemporary theatre practice. Applicant Information Duration 3 years full-time UCAS Code 7W73 Institution Code P56 Applications are welcome from all backgrounds, including learners who do not qualify through standard academic routes. Please contact us for more information.

INTERESTED? Contact us on 0845 196 5750 or email ucpenquiries@anglia.ac.uk

“The tutors have excellent subject knowledge and industry practice. I chose UCP because of its great location, the resources available, as well as opportunities to study with subject practitioners. The 1:1 support is also excellent.”

What will my course lead to? • Director • Performer • Designer • Teacher • Arts Administrator • Theatre Practioner • Theatre Project Leader


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