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WELCOME... What an incredible year 2017 has been, not just for us here at Hull Truck Theatre, but for the city of Hull which has delivered a spectacular UK City of Culture of which we can all be proud. We’d like to say an enormous thank you to all our staff who have worked so incredibly hard to deliver this year of exceptional drama with such dedication. And of course to you, our audience, who have responded so enthusiastically and in such numbers, to the work we have made in both our theatre spaces and out in the city. The fastest selling show in the theatre’s history, our co-production with the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Hypocrite by Richard Bean, got us off to an outstanding start. Featuring a stellar cast led by Mark Addy and Caroline Quentin, Philip Breen’s production was much loved by audiences filling the theatre every night with a swell of true Hullensian pride. What a joy it was to hear the laughter and the passion ring out in the packed Swan Theatre in Stratford, carrying the pride of the city into the hearts and minds of audiences far and wide.

Hull Truck Theatre thanks the following for their generous support: MAIN AUDITORIUM SPONSOR OFFICIAL SUPPLIERS

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

Official IT Supplier: Oughtred & Harrison IT Services 01482 611222 www.ohgroup.co.uk

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

CORPORATE SUPPORTERS TRUSTS AND FOUNDATIONS

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

Joseph & Annie Cattle Trust

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

We celebrated Barrie Rutter and Northern Broadsides as they marked their 25th Anniversary with a production of Richard III starring Mat Fraser. Mat breathed powerful new life into the role of Richard as an actor with a disability playing one of Shakespeare’s most famous villains – the authenticity of his words hit us more deeply and profoundly and reminded us of the journey our industry still needs to make in truly reflecting the diversity of a modern Britain on our stages. Our youth theatre and over 55s theatre makers Act III lent their unique voices to this year through their intergenerational site-specific project Defiance at The Guildhall and the epic retelling of Dickens’ Our Mutual Friend in a brand new adaptation by Bryony Lavery that saw around 60 young people grace our main stage. The Hull Trilogy came to a conclusion with Amanda Whittington’s Mighty Atoms, celebrating the achievements of women in Hull through the lens of a community boxing show. Through a blend of spectacular choreography, physicality, warmth and


spirit, this production reflected the work of inspiring organisations such as Goodwin Development Trust and Vulcan Learning Centre to build a hopeful future for our communities. Local stories are a key part of our artistic identity at Hull Truck Theatre and it’s been a privilege to share them with the rest of country – The Last Testament of Lillian Bilocca by Maxine Peake, staged at The Guildhall, was a powerful and relevant political piece about the women of Hull standing up against injustice. As the city looks more and more internationally, we were able to cement our growing relationships with the British Council in Ukraine and Sierra Leone, where some of our Supported Artists have been making work with artists in Freetown. We achieved a long held ambition to bring the Market Theatre Johannesburg to Hull with their moving production of The Suitcase featuring the sublime music of Hugh Masekela and direction by James NgCobo. Our production of A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian lifted the lid on one of the darkest chapters of Eastern European history and examined attitudes to migrants through the eye of people who were once immigrants themselves. As our world becomes more divided, it seems more important than ever that we continue to tell stories and share experiences from beyond our borders that unite us in our common humanity.

we continue our commitment to new work and building new partnerships that enable us to connect with as broad a spectrum of audiences and artists as possible. We’re thrilled to be working with James Graham, one of the UK’s leading dramatists and Hull University alumnus, on the world premiere of The Culture – A Farce in Two Acts, our final production in our Year of Exceptional Drama programme for HULL2017. Granted behind the scenes access to the year that was, James takes a comic look at the culture behind the culture! We’re also continuing our commitment to more women’s voices on our stages and are delighted to be joining forces with our friends at the New Vic Theatre and Oldham Coliseum in a new version of the classic Ealing Comedy Whisky Galore that takes its inspiration from the all-female touring theatre companies of the 1950s. And rounding off the spring summer season we have the world première of Clown Klub, a dark comedy set in Hull written by the hugely talented comedian Lucy Beaumont.

Alongside our diverse programme of visiting companies and work by some of Hull’s brightest young theatre makers, all of us at Hull Truck Theatre are excited about continuing the momentum of 2017 far into the future, ensuring that our city remains firmly on the map as a world class visitor and cultural destination. Mark Babych, Artistic Director & Janthi Mills-Ward Executive Director

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TICKETS EVES £22.50 - £15 MAT £16 - £12 PREVIEWS £15 - £10 CONC. £3 OFF (EXCL. MAT) RELAXED PERFORMANCE: SAT 17 FEB, 2pm AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE: THUR 8 FEB, 7.30pm CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE: THUR 15 FEB, 7.30pm

DINNER & A SHOW £27 PREVIEW, OFF-PEAK & STANDARD PERF. £29 PEAK PERF. INCLUDES MAIN COURSE, BEST TICKET, PROGRAMME AND PARKING

RELATED EVENT Post-Show Q&A: Wed 14 Feb

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY FRI 26 JAN – SAT 17 FEB, 7.30pm MATINEES: 3, 7, 10, 17 FEB 2pm PAY WHAT YOU CAN: FRI 26 JAN, 7.30pm

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HULL TRUCK THEATRE AND HULL UK CITY OF CULTURE 2017 PRESENT

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THE CULTURE

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A FARCE IN TWO ACTS COMEDY

WORLD PREMIÈRE PRODUCTION BY JAMES GRAHAM DIRECTED BY MARK BABYCH

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January 2018, and a busy day at the offices of Hull 2017. Today is the ceremonial handover to ambassadors from the next City of Culture. Meanwhile, the monitoring and evaluation team have to present The Audit – a measurement of the impact ‘the culture’ has had on the city. Can their logic models, outcome evaluations and statistical analyses really measure its impact on the people of Hull? The visiting Minister from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport certainly expect so.

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What could go wrong…? Only, perhaps, Dennis, an "average citizen" who arrives into the offices of Hull 2017 on Lowgate to register a complaint but accidentally finds himself at the centre of events that could bring the whole thing to its knees.

The Culture is a satirical farce in two acts, examining the 'culture' of culture, and the inner workings of the Hull 2017 project. Playwright James Graham (writer of Ink and Labour of Love which ran concurrently in the West End in 2017; This House nominated for the Olivier Best Play award; and The Vote, nominated for a BAFTA) was granted behind the scenes access to the running of the yearlong festival.

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WED 2 MAY – SAT 12 MAY, 7.30pm MATINEES: 5, 9 & 12 MAY, 2pm PAY WHAT YOU CAN: WED 2 MAY, 7.30pm

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HULL TRUCK THEATRE, OLDHAM COLISEUM AND NEW VIC THEATRE PRESENT

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WHISKY GALORE BY COMPTON MACKENZIE ADAPTED BY PHILIP GOULDING DIRECTED BY KEVIN SHAW

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The islanders of Great and Little Todday are dismayed to find their whisky supply dwindling as the UK government diverts the precious stuff to the Americans, in an attempt to bribe them into supporting the British war-effort. When the whisky runs out completely it seems like the end of the world…

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But then a 50,000 whisky bottle cargo is shipwrecked close by the islands, and welcome relief seems to be at hand. Conflict is guaranteed, however, once stuffy Paul Waggett of the Home Guard takes it upon himself to try to reinforce discipline and prevent the thirsty islanders from taking advantage of their apparent good fortune. Meanwhile, as in the finest of Shakespearian comedies, two weddings are planned: one hinges on timid George Campbell finally finding the (Dutch?) courage to stand up to his disapproving mother; the other involves an English Officer’s love for the daughter of a leading whisky filcher. This new production, set in 1955, is a tribute to the feisty, fearless all-female touring theatre companies of the post-war years. Under the dogmatic direction of the redoubtable Flora Bellerby, witness the Pallas Players - Win, Leaky, Bea, Aileen, Connie and last-minute replacement Juliet – as they play all the hilarious and diverse characters from Mackenzie’s comedy classic, in an innovative and beguiling adaptation that breathes fresh life into a well-loved, internationallyacknowledged masterpiece.

“This comedy classic is given a fresh twist by being brought to life by an all female cast.” Artistic Director - Mark Babych

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TICKETS EVES £22.50 - £15 MAT £16 - £12 CONC. £3 OFF (EXCL. MAT) RELAXED PERFORMANCE: SAT 12 MAY, 2pm AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE: THUR 10 MAY, 7.30pm CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE: FRI 11 MAY, 7.30pm

DINNER & A SHOW £27 PREVIEW, OFF-PEAK & STANDARD PERF. £29 PEAK PERF. INCLUDES MAIN COURSE, BEST TICKET, PROGRAMME AND PARKING

RELATED EVENT Post-Show Q&A: Wed 9 May


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TICKETS EVES £22.50 - £15 MAT £16 - £12 PREVIEWS £15 - £10 CONC. £3 OFF (EXCL. MAT) RELAXED PERFORMANCE: SAT 7 JULY, 2pm AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE: THUR 28 JUNE, 7.30pm CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE: THUR 5 JULY, 7.30pm

DINNER & A SHOW £27 PREVIEW, OFF-PEAK & STANDARD PERF. £29 PEAK PERF. INCLUDES MAIN COURSE, BEST TICKET, PROGRAMME AND PARKING

RELATED EVENTS Post-Show Q&A: Wed 27 June

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JUNE/JULY

THUR 14 JUNE - SAT 7 JULY MATINEES: 16, 20, 23, 27 & 30 JUN 4 & 7 JUL, 2pm PAY WHAT YOU CAN: THUR 14 JUNE, 7.30pm

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CLOWN KLUB

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BY LUCY BEAUMONT DIRECTED BY MARK BABYCH

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Keith, 63, from North Hull has been given the chance of a lifetime, he's going to be on television in THE biggest talent show in the WORLD. But there's a problem, he's told a tiny white lie and now he's got to recruit and train a clown troupe worthy of a million-pound cash prize.

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Enter Sally, Alan, Double and Benjy with their airborne germs, asbos and aggression. With a severe lack of cash (and talent) and the future of their second home under threat, it’s a good thing that something's brewing next door that could see them right. After all, not every problem can be solved by a singing mounted haddock. Join us for a clown show to remember in this dark comedy from award-winning Hull comedian Lucy Beaumont.

"Getting laughed at is easy; it's being taken seriously that's hard."

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GREAT ADVENTURES IN STORYLAND

IMPATIENT PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

Following the success of last year’s Great Adventures in Storyland, the Story Menders are back. Stories are missing beginnings, ends, pages, maps and clues and we need your help to save the stories. We can’t wait to use our imaginations, make new friends and go on exciting adventures with you!

SOFIE HAGEN: DEAD BABY FROG

Great Adventures in Storyland is the perfect Saturday activity for children aged 3 to 6 and their families.

FEBRUARY THUR 1, 8pm TICKETS £12, CONC. £2 OFF

Sofie Hagen is unquestionably one of the most talked-about comics of the moment. Winner of Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Festival 2015; former host of Guilty Feminist and current host of Made of Human cult podcasts, she’s appeared on The One Show, The Now Show and Live From The BBC.

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DATES 10am - 12pm 20th Jan 18

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24th Mar 18 21st Apr 18 19th May 18 16th Jun 18 28th Jul 18 £4 per child, accompanying adults go free

CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY STORYTELLING PRESENTS

TURNING THE TIDE DEVISED & DIRECTED BY RUPERT CREED

On the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Triple Trawler Tragedy, Turning The Tide returns to tell the remarkable story of the Hull women who fought passionately for change in the nation’s fishing industry. Rupert Creed curates an evening of authentic testimony, with spoken word, projected image and compelling storytelling, featuring singing duo Hissyfit and acclaimed storyteller Shonaleigh.

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Free arts & crafts session before each show from 10am Each show lasts approximately 30 – 45 minutes

LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!


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WED 21 – SAT 24, 8pm MAT WED 21 & SAT 24, 2.30pm TICKETS EVES £22.50 - £15 MAT £16 - £12 CONC. £3 OFF (EXCL.MAT) PAY WHAT YOU CAN: WED 21, 2.30pm

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TURN AND FACE THE STRANGE

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BY GARRY BURNETT & RUPERT CREED THE STORY OF MIKE RONSON THE SPIDER FROM HULL

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A stunning multi-media show with a powerful rock band, classical string quartet, film projection and live storytelling, that tells the story of music legend Mick Ronson - the Spider from Hull.

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TUES 20 – SAT 24, 7pm TICKETS £10 PAY WHAT YOU CAN: TUE 20 FEB, 7pm

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Written by Garry Burnett and Made in Hull writer Rupert Creed, Turn and Face the Strange takes you on an audio-visual journey through the life and music of one of Hull’s creative pioneers. Featuring musicians who played alongside David Bowie and Mick Ronson, it charts the rise of the lad from Greatfield Estate who became an international guitar virtuoso and celebrated album producer.

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SILENT UPROAR PRESENTS

THE BOLD KNIGHTS OF BRITAIN How far would you go to protect your way of life? A raucous comedy about what it means to be British, the new play by the award-winning Joseph Wilde (Casualty, Cuddles) charts one family’s journey to the dark side of extremism. Unemployed teenager Jayne sets out to join The Glorious Knights of Britain, self-appointed guardians of the nation. They say the UK’s rulers are powerless to stop the immigrant “invasion” and are taking matters into their own hands. They set Jayne on a quest that takes in the history of UK migration and a meeting with legendary King Arthur himself. Can she become the knight that Britain truly needs? This pitch - black comedy is created by Hull’s Silent Uproar, the company behind the multi-award-winning A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad).

'A great night out and a loving tribute to a Hull legend.'

Artistic Director - Mark Babych

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TUES 27 FEB – SAT 3 MAR, 7.30pm MAT, SAT 3, 2pm TICKETS EVES £22.50 - £15, MAT £16 - £12 CONC. £3 OFF (EXCL. MAT)

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THE JOHN GODBER COMPANY AND THEATRE ROYAL WAKEFIELD PRESENTS

THE SCARY BIKERS WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY JOHN GODBER

A new comedy about life, love and staying on your bike! When retired miner Don and former private school teacher Carol meet at a bereavement group, they thought they'd found a new beginning. But a bike ride through Europe would test their budding romance, and the road to love is rocky when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. Join them on their hilarious and heartfelt journey, as they reconcile the past, debate the present and worry about the future. Whether they're saddle sore in Southampton or blistered in Bordeaux, one thing is for sure, it takes two to tandem! Featuring double BAFTA and Olivier Award winning partnership of John Godber and Jane Thornton. RELATED EVENT Post Show Q&A: Wed 28 Feb

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TUES 27 FEB – SAT 3 MAR, 8pm MAT, SAT 3, 2.30pm TICKETS £12.50, CONC. £2 OFF ECLIPSE THEATRE COMPANY AND A ROYAL EXCHANGE THEATRE CO PRODUCTION

BLACK MEN WALKING WRITTEN BY TESTAMENT DIRECTED BY DAWN WALTON

Dedicated to the Black Men’s Walking Group A Revolution Mix story

“We walk. Though we are written into the landscape you don’t see us. We walked England before the English.” Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk. They walk the first Saturday of every month. Walking and talking. But this walk… Maybe they should have cancelled, but they needed the walk today. Out in the Peaks, they find themselves forced to walk backwards through two thousand years before they can move forwards. Black Men Walking is the first national tour born from Revolution Mix – a three year movement that will spearhead the largest ever national deliver of Black British stories. RELATED EVENT Post Show Q&A: Thur 1 Mar hulltruck.co.uk

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MARCH THUR 8 – SAT 10,

THUR 8, 7pm FRI 9, 10.30am & 7pm SAT 10, 2pm TICKETS £15.50, CONC. £3 OFF, GROUPS £10, SCHOOLS £8

ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY PRESENTS

FIRST ENCOUNTERS: JULIUS CAESAR This new version of Julius Caesar is the perfect introduction to Shakespeare for 7 to 13 year olds. A company of actors have travelled up and down the land performing their stories. Now they've arrived in Hull to tell a tale of friendship and betrayal. Caesar, Rome's leader, has returned from war stronger than ever, but some of his followers are questioning his powers. The plotting continues... Part of our First Encounters with Shakespeare series, these engaging adaptations are 90 minutes long, use Shakespeare's original language and ask audiences to participate in the story. They are a fantastic first step into Shakespeare for children, families and schools.

HULL TRUCK YOUTH THEATRE 16+ GROUPS PRESENT

THE CO-PRODUCTION SEASON Following the sell out productions of Our Mutual Friend and Defiance, Hull Truck Youth Theatre’s 16+ groups are joining forces for the first time with three of Hull Truck Theatre’s Supported Companies, some of the most exciting independent theatre companies in the city. The result will be three unique productions celebrating the diversity of work being made in Hull and the next generation of theatre makers.

MARCH/APRIL THUR 8 – SAT 10 MARCH, 7pm A DOUBLE BILL

BELLOW THEATRE & HULL TRUCK YOUTH THEATRE 16+ THE ROARING GIRLS & HULL TRUCK YOUTH THEATRE 16+ TICKETS £8 CONC. £5

THUR 5 - SAT 7 APRIL, 7pm

SILENT UPROAR & HULL TRUCK YOUTH THEATRE 16+ TICKETS £8 CONC. £5

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MARCH TUES 13 – SAT 17, 7.30pm MAT SAT 17, 2.30pm TICKETS £12.50 CONC. £2 OFF

E52 PRESENTS THE WORLD PREMIERE OF

DARK WINTER BY DAVID MARK ADAPTED BY RICHARD VERGETTE AND NICK LANE DIRECTED BY ANDREW PEARSON

An ex-trawlerman from East Hull. An adopted teenager from Hessle. An arsonist from Orchard Park. All unknown to one another. All apparently unconnected victims of brutal murders. But Detective Sergeant Aector McAvoy reckons there’s a link. Trouble is, when you blow the whistle on your boss, however corrupt, no one listens to a grass.

They should. Because if they don't, the list of victims will only get longer. And, for McAvoy at least, much, much closer to home... Set in Hull and based on the thrilling crime novel by best-selling author David Mark, Ensemble 52 brings Aector McAvoy's first case to the stage in a stunning adaptation by award-winning writers Richard Vergette (Dancing Through the Shadows, As We Forgive Them) and Nick Lane (The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, My Favourite Summer), directed by Andrew Pearson (A Steady Rain, Great Expectations). hulltruck.co.uk

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A UNITY THEATRE AND RIKSTEATERN CO-PRODUCTION

NINA A STORY ABOUT ME AND NINA SIMONE DEVISED BY DRITËRO KASAPI & JOSETTE BUSHELL-MINGO

Backed by a brilliant band, Olivier Award-nominated actress Josette Bushell-Mingo mixes story and song as she draws together tales from the life of Nina Simone and her own extraordinary career. Touching upon the 1960s civil rights movement, and drawing into parallel the struggles of the civil rights movement today.

‘A searing tribute restarts Simone’s revolution.’ ★★★★ THE GUARDIAN RELATED EVENT Post Show Q&A: Wed 14 Mar

SHOWSTOPPER! THE IMPROVISED MUSICAL A brand new musical comedy is created from scratch at each performance of this award-winning show as audience suggestions are transformed on the spot into all-singing, all-dancing productions with hilarious results. These incredible performers are guaranteed to impress as they create shows packed with drama, dazzling dance routines and catchy melodies – it’s just all made up on the spot!

‘So polished, it defies belief.’ ★★★★★ DAILY TELEGRAPH

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TUES 20 – SAT 24, 7.30pm MAT SAT 24, 2pm

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PILOT THEATRE AND YORK THEATRE ROYAL BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH STUDIOCANAL PRESENT

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BY GRAHAM GREENE ADAPTED BY BRYONY LAVERY DIRECTED BY ESTHER RICHARDSON

Fred is found dead – they deny it was murder. Rose is in love – they say she’s in danger. And that boy, Pinkie… They say he’s evil – but what has he done? As two seventeen year olds, Pinkie and Rose, get embroiled in a vicious gang war in Brighton, one brutal murder leads to the next. The police are impassive – but the courageous and life embracing Ida Arnold wants the truth. Nothing scares her. Whatever the cost, she’ll see justice done. Pilot Theatre and York Theatre Royal are proud to bring the dark underworld of Graham Greene’s classic novel Brighton Rock to the stage in this new adaptation by acclaimed writer Bryony Lavery. An unmissable version of this gripping noir thriller. Co-commissioned by The Lowry for Week 53. RELATED EVENT Post Show Q&A: Thur 22 March

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MARCH TUE 27, 2.30pm WED 28 - THUR 29, 11am & 2.30pm TICKETS £10 LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE PRESENTS

RED RIDING HOOD AND THE WOLF WRITTEN BY JON BARTON

Time for bed. Tuck yourself in. This is where Robyn’s story begins. How can they expect her to sleep at a time like this? She takes a book and starts to read. But she can’t relate to Red Riding Hood, sugar and spice and all things nice. There are two sides to every tale, and that is not how this one goes! What if the Big Bad Wolf wasn’t big or bad at all? What if they got it wrong?

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Robyn wants to tell you what really happened through a world of homemade make-believe. And here is where our story starts. A gentle wolf with a broken heart… The Wolf isn’t big or bad, in fact he’s rather shy. He won’t gobble up your Grandma, he’s an all-round nice guy. Enjoy a new spin on this classic story – about two misfits who just want to fit in.

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MARCH TUE 27 - THUR 29, 7.30pm SAT 31, 2pm & 7.30pm TICKETS £16, CONC. £2 OFF THUR 29 MAT £11

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OLIVER

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From the acclaimed local theatre company that brought us Gypsy and The Drowsy Chaperone, a stunning new production of Lionel Bart’s masterpiece – Oliver. With a talented local cast of adults and children this show is sure to be a sell out so early booking is advised. There cannot be many people who don’t know the brilliant musical theatre showstoppers from this classic hit – you will leave singing the songs with a spring in your step.

BY BRYONY LAVERY DIRECTED BY TOM BELLERBY

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Same old story. There is a boy, there is a girl. There is a school day to get through and a party to worry about. There’s a gang of girls, a gang of lads and a gang of warring mums and dads. The same old boring stuff. Then one day… it snows… and it’s not so boring any more.

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APRIL WED 4 – SAT 7, 7.30pm MAT SAT 7, 2pm TICKETS £15

NAPA PRESENTS

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE Hot on the heels of last year’s Betty Blue Eyes, NAPA returns to our main stage with this fabulous musical. It’s 1922, and small-town girl Millie has just arrived in New York, ready to make her dreams come true. Millie’s plan is simple: become a secretary for an eligible bachelor and then marry him. It doesn’t take long, however, for Millie’s “thoroughly modern” plan to go awry. This bright, funny and charming comedy is packed with infectious musical numbers and energetic dance routines, making it the perfect show for all.

THE WILLOW PATTERN BY JUDITH JOHNSON DIRECTED BY FINLAY MCGUIGAN

It has been arranged for The Mandarin’s daughter to marry the nobel warrior. But the daughter is in love with the Mandarin’s secretary. On the eve of the wedding, the lovers elope. In this classic tale of innocent and forbidden love, tempers rise and reason drops. When someone is consumed by rage, they are seldom at ease.

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APRIL TUES 10 – SAT 14, 7.30pm MAT SAT 14, 2pm TICKETS EVES £22.50 - £15 MAT £16 - £12 CONC. £3 OFF (EXCL. MAT) LONDON CLASSIC THEATRE PRESENTS NOËL COWARD’S

PRIVATE LIVES DIRECTED BY MICHAEL CABOT DESIGNED BY FRANKIE BRADSHAW LIGHTING BY ANDY GRANGE

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1930. Deauville, France. Two newly-married couples occupy adjoining honeymoon suites in the same hotel. As a distant orchestra plays, Sibyl gazes adoringly at charismatic husband Elyot, while Victor admires his new wife, the vivacious and sophisticated Amanda. Champagne flows and the sea shimmers in the moonlight as the newlyweds prepare for the evening ahead. But when Amanda overhears a familiar voice singing a forgotten song, an old spark reignites, with spectacular consequences. Full of razor-sharp wit and quick-fire dialogue, Private Lives remains Coward’s most popular and enduring stage comedy. Since its opening at London’s Phoenix Theatre in August 1930, the play has retained its remarkable appeal, captivating audiences worldwide.


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APRIL TUES 17 – SAT 21, 7.30pm MAT THUR 19, 1.30pm & SAT 21, 2pm TICKETS EVES £22.50-£15 MAT £16 - £12. CONC £3 OFF (EXCL. MAT) A LYRIC HAMMERSMITH & FILTER THEATRE PRODUCTION.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

The Lyric and Filter’s riotous reinterpretation of one of Shakespeare’s best loved plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, comes to Hull Truck Theatre, after its critically acclaimed London and international festival runs. Featuring original live music, this classic tale of young lovers and warring fairies is given a unique and irreverent twist. Don’t miss one of the most exciting and inventive Shakespeare productions of recent years.

'Quite brilliant' ★★★★★ THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY ‘Slapstick, magic and mayhem' ★★★★ THE GUARDIAN

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MAY WED 16, 7.30pm TICKETS £16, CONC. £2 OFF ‘Interesting, engaging, funny’ ★★★★★ THE MIRROR

★★★★ THE TIMES

MARK STEEL – EVERY LITTLE THING’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT This time last year, it seemed highly unlikely the UK would vote to leave the EU; we had a reasonable opposition to the Tory Government; Donald Trump was a buffoon who surely wasn’t going to beat Hilary Clinton and Mark was living the married suburban ideal, a year later it’s all gone to pot! But don’t worry, as Mark thinks Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright.

MAY THUR 17, 7.30pm TICKETS £18, CONC. £2 OFF

GROW IS HULL TRUCK THEATRE’S ARTIST DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR ARTISTS OF ANY AGE AT ANY STAGE IN THEIR CAREER. WWW.HULLTRUCK.CO.UK/GROW BOX OFFICE 01482 323638 #GROWFEST

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BRIDGET CHRISTIE WHAT NOW? Brexit. Trump. Nuclear apocalypse. Environmental catastrophe. Is rolling news affecting your ability to enjoy the simple things? Like baking, gardening and autoerotic asphyxiation? This new show from multi-award winning member of the Metropolitan Liberal Elite, and star of her own Netflix special, is for you.


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MAY SAT 26, 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm

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Join the sensational Two Pianos on a stunning musical journey back in time to celebrate the finest hits that shaped the Rock 'n' Roll music scene. Become part of the Two Pianos experience as Al Kilvo and David Barton, along with their top-class band, bring you to your feet as they battle to deliver the best rock 'n' roll piano playing audiences have seen. With unique arrangements and hits from Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Everly Brothers, Carl Perkins, Fats Domino, Ray Charles and many more.

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WATERSHED PRODUCTIONS PRESENT POLKA THEATRE’S PRODUCTION OF

MAY WED 30, 7.30pm TICKETS £17.50 - £15 CONC. £3 OFF

SWINGING AT THE COTTON CLUB Featuring The Lindy Hop Dance Company & The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra Take a step back into 1920s & ‘30s New York City and through the doors of Harlem's hottest nightclub, The Cotton Club! Featuring spectacular dance routines from the Lindy Hop Dance Company and their special guest tap dancer, alongside music by the likes of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, and Billie Holiday from The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra and singers.

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CHOCOLATE CAKE ADAPTED AND DIRECTED BY PETER GLANVILLE AND BARB JUNGR MUSIC AND SONGS BY BARB JUNGR

When I was a boy, I had a favourite treat. It was when my mum made… Chocolate Cake! Follow the adventures of two brothers and the mysterious night-time disappearance of a chocolate cake in this scrumptious new musical adaption of Michael Rosen’s beloved poem Chocolate Cake, by the team that adapted We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.

Ohhh! I LOVE Chocolate Cake

FOR AGES 4+

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JUNE THUR 21 - FRI 22, 8pm TICKETS £12.50 CONC. £10.50

FAMILY OPEN DAY SAT 2 JUNE 10AM TO 4.30PM

WE ARE OPENING OUR DOORS FOR THE DAY FOR THIS FREE EVENT WITH ACTIVITIES AND FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Explore behind the scenes on one of our popular tours, where you will be able to stand in the wings or get on stage to get an actor’s eye view of the auditorium; get involved in sound and lighting demonstrations and see how a show comes to life; have your face painted; get arty at the craft table; learn how to make balloon animals; get involved in a storytelling sessions; try on costumes and have fun in our photo booth, and much much more!

TICKETS ARE FREE!

THE BALLAD OF PARAGON STATION WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY HESTER ULLYART

'What keeps you awake at night, Stacy Kay?' A one woman storytelling show about 4 people who can’t sleep at night in a Northern UK city. Hester Ullyart’s debut play is in collaboration with rising star of photography Jessica Mahaffey. Inspired by Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood and Nan Goldin's The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, Ullyart and Mahaffey chronicle the lives of four characters through original portraits created in Hull and London in May 2017. Together they explore a generation’s struggle for identity, intimacy and escape in modern Britain in this intimate and poetic visual treat. First previewed at the RADA Festival, 2017.

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THUR 28 - SAT 30, 8pm MAT SAT 30, 2pm TICKETS £8 CONC. £5

HULL TRUCK THEATRES' ACT III OVER 55s THEATRE MAKERS PRESENTS

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In their new show, Act III members explore the huge social changes they’ve lived through and how that’s played out in their personal lives. Is the world as it could be? Is my life how it should be? On the road trip of life, who drew the map, who’s dong the driving, and what’s our final destination? From the mundane to the miraculous, Are We There Yet? takes you on a touching, irreverent and highly unpredictable ride.

JULY TUES 10 – SAT 14, 8pm TICKETS £14 CONC £2 OFF GROUP DISCOUNT AVAILABLE

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BY EDGAR HARRISON

“My friends, can your hearts stand the shocking facts about a Vampire Teapot from Outer Space!?” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle meets H.P. Lovecraft in this amusingly thrilling and thrillingly amusing spoof of the Great British Detective Story. Join our cast of wisecracking sleuths, bumbling bobbies and malletwielding maidservants as they attempt to unravel the mystery of the Cardington Curse and prevent The End Of Civilisation As We Know It!

JULY WED 18 - THUR 19, 8pm TICKETS £12, CONC. £2 OFF

THE ROARING GIRLS PRESENT

BEACH BODY READY Summer is coming. Loving your body is hard when every advert is encouraging you to ditch the carbs, up the tan and shave everywhere from the neck down. We've been told how to look, what to wear, and what to do for so long, it's time to strip down and figure out why we ever listened to it in the first place. We’re not taking it anymore, so prepare yourself for a raucous night of stigma-breaking, patriarchy-smashing body positivity. The Roaring Girls are getting Beach Body Ready. Are you? hulltruck.co.uk

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HULL JAZZ FESTIVAL 26TH SUMMER EDITION

20 - 21 JULY AT HULL TRUCK THEATRE

Fri 20 July 8.30pm Fri 20 July 7pm

Vimala Rowe & John Etheridge Hull Jazz Festival returns with three days of events across the city. The following Hull Truck Theatre shows are now on sale and the full programme will be announced at Easter 2018. Visit www.jnight.org for full details. Festival Saver tickets: See 3 shows for the price of 2 (cheapest ticket free) See all 5 shows for £59 (students and u26s £30) 26

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Tickets £16 (students and under-26s £6) Legendary guitarist John Etheridge (Soft Machine, Stéphane Grappelli, John Williams) joins forces with sensational vocal star Vimala Rowe. Her enthralling style is a blend of jazz sophistication and swing, soulful passion and a hint of Indian exoticism. Together, they weave a magical spell, effortlessly travelling musically from India to Africa, the Middle East and the USA.

Wall to Wall Prince Tickets £23 (students and under-26s £6) His Purple Highness would have been 60 this year. David McAlmont interprets a back catalogue richer and more varied than perhaps any other recording artist. Prince is one of the most influential artists of his generation and a gender-fluid superstar. McAlmont parties like it’s 1999 with a super-funky band led by Janette Mason. David’s music is pure emotion. One of the UK’s most distinctive vocalists, he’s collaborated with the likes of Bond composer David Arnold, Michael Nyman, Paul Weller and most famously with Bernard Butler, producing the classic hit singleYes.


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Sat 21 July 9pm Sat 21 July 3pm New Orleans Tri-centennial concert

The Dime Notes

Tickets £15 (students and under-26s £6) The Dime Notes dig back into the blues-drenched sounds of clarinet-driven 1920’s New Orleans jazz to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the world’s most famous jazz city. On the way, they unearth a repertoire of stomps, blues, and forgotten gems of the era from musicians including Johnny Dodds, Jelly Roll Morton and Red Nichols. Led by US pianist Andrew Oliver and Chris Barber’s long term clarinettist David Horniblow, alongside Dave Kelbie (guitar) and Tom Wheatley (bass).

Sat 21 July 6pm

Camilla George Isang

Tickets £12.50 (students and under-26s £6)

Camilla George (alto sax), Sarah Tandy (piano), Daniel Casimir (bass), Femi Koleoso (drums) Isang is a journey of selfdiscovery from the Nigerian British MOBO-nominated rising star of British jazz. Camilla George explores her African and Caribbean roots through jazz in all its forms, using elements from highlife, Afrobeat, calypso and hiphop. Her all-star band features Sarah Tandy, whose amazing set with Binker Golding was the hit of last year’s festival.

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The Late Trane Tickets £16 (students and under 26s £6)

Denys Baptiste (tenor sax) Nikki Yeoh (piano) Rod Youngs (drums) Larry Bartley (bass) The Late Trane is the powerful and commanding new album from British saxophonist Denys Baptiste, a giant of the UK jazz scene. Reimagining and reworking ten carefully chosen compositions from John Coltrane’s late music (from 1963 - 1967) with a fresh and modern new interpretation, The Late Trane perfectly balances Denys Baptiste’s unique artistic vision with the visceral emotions and cosmic references that encompass Coltrane’s late music. hulltruck.co.uk

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JULY WED 25 - SAT 28, 7.30pm MAT THUR 26 & SAT 28, 2pm TICKETS £15, CONC. £2 OFF THUR 2pm, £11

PARK STREET PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS

LES MISERABLES Park Street Performing Arts Centre are delighted to be presenting the schools version of the world’s most popular musical. This version is only 10 minutes shorter than the production that has been seen in more than 42 countries across the world. The show, which has been translated into 21 languages is the longest running musical in the west end and the third longest running musical on Broadway. Featuring such classics as I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, Empty Chairs at Empty Tables, One Day More and of course Master of the House, this production is sure to be a sellout so book early.

HULL TRUCK SCREEN SCREENING THE BEST ART AND INDEPENDENT CINEMA FROM AROUND THE WORLD Our Studio Theatre hosts a state of the art screen and sound system streaming live broadcasts in partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company & National Theatre. These screenings run alongside our season in partnership with Hull Independent Cinema – book your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

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WED 21, 7pm RSC LIVE: TWELFTH NIGHT THUR 22, 7pm NT LIVE: JULIUS CAESAR

FRI 20, 7pm RSC LIVE: MACBETH

MAY THU 1, 7pm NT LIVE: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

JULY FRI 27, 7pm RSC LIVE: ROMEO AND JULIET

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AT HULL TRUCK THEATRE REGIONAL YOUNG ACTORS ENSEMBLE An initiative between three partner venues – Hull Truck Theatre, Derby Theatre and Live Theatre, Newcastle, supported by Hull UK City of Culture 2017. The Regional Young Actors Ensemble has recruited 30 talented actors between the ages of 18 – 25 (10 in each venue) who have faced barriers in pursuing a professional career in the theatre. The challenges faced may be financial, transport, geographical location or in a lack support.

First Time Out gives artists the chance to share new work as it develops and receive feedback from audiences. The work could be anything from a rehearsed reading of a new play, a scratch performance or a preview. In the next season we will hold two First Time Out events. Each event contains three pieces of work, each a maximum of 30 minutes in length.

Application Deadline: 7th April

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Hull Truck’s Supported Artists programme offers bespoke support to artists and companies whose work we find inspiring, innovative and exciting. Our current Supported Artists are:

Application Deadline: 8 January Residency: 12 – 17 March

INTERNATIONAL

Application Deadline: 4 June

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Bellow Theatre, End of the Line Theatre, The Herd, Lydia Marchant, Norris and Parker, Silent Uproar, The Roaring Girls

Residency: 16 – 21 July

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Application Deadline: 5th January

Be Our Guest is a residency programme that can be applied for by individual artists or companies. They exist to provide artists with time, space and support to develop any part of the process of creating new work. We can offer funding up to the value of £1000, rehearsal space, mentoring and accommodation.

Application Deadline: 29 January

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Event: 2nd February First Time Out @ Grow Festival (week of the 7th May)

Residency: 19 February – 24 February

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For more information and details of how to apply visit www.hulltruck.co.uk/grow

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Hull Truck Theatre and the British Council Sierra Leone are currently working together on an international artist exchange programme, supported by Hull UK City of Culture 2017 as part of the Hull – Freetown 2017 project, a series of cultural, civic and educational activities. Three of the theatres supported artists visited Freetown in October 2017 and worked alongside three artists from Sierra Leone. We hope to welcome the three artists from Freetown to Hull as part of the Grow Festival 2018.

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BE THE BRIDGE BETWEEN LIVE THEATRE AND YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

Come and join a growing number of businesses and individuals showing their support for the work of Hull Truck Theatre by becoming a SPOTLIGHT partner. SPOTLIGHT partners help support local communities to experience live theatre for the first time and in return receive many remarkable benefits that can be used for client entertaining, staff rewards or family celebrations. SPOTLIGHT PARTNERSHIP PACKAGES START FROM £950+VAT PER YEAR AND INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ANNUAL BENEFITS:

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35 tickets donated on your behalf for a community or school group to attend our annual Christmas production

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An allocation of 10 tickets a year for any Hull Truck Theatre produced shows An invitation to the opening night of every Hull Truck Theatre produced show Priority booking

LET'S CHAT Join our network of like-minded individuals who share a vision for Hull that includes a strong cultural scene, accessible to all, and with a producing theatre at its heart. For an informal discussion, please contact: Dav Calogero, Director of Development: T: 01482 488294 E: davide.calogero@hulltruck.co.uk 30

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ALESSANDRO CARUSO ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS LTD “ACA+I have always enjoyed performances at Hull Truck Theatre and are proud to support such a local, cultural venue. We particularly believe in the community ethos of the theatre, the nurturing of local talents and above all the accessibility of the arts to all.” Alessandro Caruso, Managing Director, ACA+I

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ROLLITS “We are extremely proud of our roots and heritage and see our business as being part of and fully committed to the community in which we work. Our partnership with Hull Truck Theatre allows us to play a small part in helping them to deliver the high calibre of exciting and culturally relevant theatre for which they have become nationally renowned.” Pat Coyle, Client Relations Director, Rollits LLP

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HUMBERSIDE AIRPORT & KLM “Humberside Airport is proud to sponsor Hull Truck Theatre’s Spotlight scheme in partnership with KLM. This scheme enables individuals to enjoy the theatre, who would otherwise be unable to access the arts. We are the gateway to the Humber region providing world-wide access with KLM, and our association with the Hull Truck Theatre demonstrates our support to the local community.” Deborah Zost, Managing Director, Humberside Airport “At KLM we are proud of our strong commitment to Humberside International Airport and the surrounding local community, so we are thrilled to be involved with the Hull Truck Theatre. We currently offer three daily flights from Humberside Airport to our hub at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, helping to connect the City of Culture to our worldwide network of exciting destinations without the hassle of traveling to larger and busier airports in the UK.” Warner Rootliep, AIR FRANCE KLM General Manager UK & Ireland

COPY PRINT SCAN LTD “We believe in supporting the local economy and are proud to be working with Hull Truck Theatre. This five-year contract will give our staff and clients the opportunity to appreciate the passion and dedication that goes into the creation of a wide-ranging artistic programme.” Andy Thompson, Sales Director, Copy Print Scan LTD hulltruck.co.uk

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TAKING PART Hull Truck Theatre’s Engagement and Learning Department work with individuals, groups and schools across our community. There are loads of way's for you to take part and join in – for more information about activities visit www.hulltruck.co.uk or email engagement@hulltruck.co.uk

SCHOOLS. We work creatively with schools to enhance learning and improve achievement, attainment and aspiration. RSC ASSOCIATE SCHOOLS PROGRAMME We work with Primary, Secondary and Special schools as part of a national project run by Hull Truck Theatre and St Mary’s College in partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company. The project transforms experiences of Shakespeare and live theatre for young people.

SCHOOLS PARTNERSHIP SCHEME We work closely with schools to build a relationship over a period of 12 months or more through a series of bespoke workshops, tours, resource materials and performance visits.

WORKSHOPS & TOURS Bespoke workshops, tours and resource materials are available throughout the year to enhance children’s experience and learning. Workshops can take place at the theatre or in school.

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YOUTH THEATRE. Hull Truck Youth Theatre gives young people aged 8 - 21 the opportunity to experience the excitement, creativity and enjoyment that go hand in hand with making theatre. Working together with others to share ideas and explore areas of common interest, you’ll make lasting friendships and have lots of fun. We currently have spaces available in our 11-13s groups (School years 7, 8 and 9). From £30 - £50 per term


FAMILY ENGAGEMENT.

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ARTS AWARD

We run a diverse inclusion programme and work with partners on community projects.

Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that support young people to grow as artists and as arts leaders. We are an Arts Award Support Centre, supporting organisations or individuals taking part at any level. For more information visit www.artsaward.org.uk.

DRAMAJAM Dramajam specifically targets young people aged 8 - 12 years who do not have the opportunity to take part in arts activities outside of school.

GREAT ADVENTURES INÂ STORYLAND The perfect Saturday activity for children aged 3 - 6 and their families including an arts and crafts session followed by storytelling adventures.

ADULT ACTORS Adult Actors is our in-house theatre makers group for adults with learning disabilities who are able to attend workshops independently.

COMMUNITY DIALOGUES Community Dialogues is our community engagement programme, delivered in two areas of low arts engagement in Hull. Through relationships with individuals and organisations on Orchard Park and Thornton Estates and consultation at events we continue to challenge barriers to engagement, so that we can be fully accessible to all our local communities.

ACT III

OVER 55S THEATRE MAKERS. A weekly theatre makers group for the over 55s who come together to share their passion for theatre. The group meets on Wednesdays for three terms each year and looks at all aspects of professional theatre, from behind the scenes to performance. Throughout the term there is the opportunity to write, perform, and meet industry professionals, playwrights, and directors. Act III is a great way to make new friends and enjoy new learning skills.

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THEATRE HIRE, EVENTS AND HOSPITALITY Hull Truck Theatre is a vibrant and creative hub at the heart of Hull and perfect for conferences, meetings, exhibitions and corporate hires. We offer two auditoria (capacity 135 and 429), a rehearsal room, Interact Suite, foyer areas, IT suite and two meeting rooms, which can accommodate between 4 – 429 delegates. Situated on Ferensway, we are just a two minute walk from Paragon Rail and Bus Interchange, within walking distance of several hotels and just next door to St Stephens, multi-storey car park. We offer packages to suit all needs and our in-house team can provide technical support, bespoke catering and a box office ticketing service. We can also create packages that include tickets to see one of our fantastic productions.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.HULLTRUCK.CO.UK OR CONTACT EVENTS@HULLTRUCK.CO.UK OR 01482 488240

Whether it’s a lunchtime light bite or dinner and a show, Hull Truck Café-Bar serves a delicious and wide-ranging menu. Enjoy speciality coffee and a slice of homemade cake with friends, or indulge in a local craft beer and a tub of award-winning Marshfield Farm ice cream whenever you fancy a treat.

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PRICES TO FIT EVERY POCKET

BOX OFFICE OPENING TIMES

We are committed to being as accessible as possible to all audiences, and our pricing reflects our mission to offer high quality and high value.

Mon – Sat 10am - 30 mins prior to show time Sun From 1 hr prior to show time

FLEXIBLE SEATING PLAN Bookers can choose from a range of prices in our main auditorium, The Heron. A typical seating plan might look like this:

NON PERFORMANCE DAYS Mon – Sat 10am - 5.30pm Sun Closed The Box Office is closed on Bank Holidays.

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Tickets are still bookable online.

Most drama in the Heron will use the following flexible pricing structure, with £3 concessions available on evening performances: PEAK

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£22.50

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The Studio will remain at one price, with £2 off for concessions.

DEALS AND DISCOUNTS Groups of 10+ get 10% off all tickets, including concessions.

Our special rate for education groups is £10, with 1 free teacher for every 10 students. *subject to availability

Disabled patrons and their essential companions can purchase tickets at the cheapest price available for that performance.

Unwaged patrons receiving Jobseekers Allowance or unemployment benefits can book Back Row seats at £5 on Saturday matinees and £2 on midweek matinees. The £3 concession will still apply on other performances.


See more for less! DRAMA DEAL

5 SHOWS FOR £55

Drama Deal bookers automatically get Band A best seats.*

Save over 50%!

ACCESS This season includes the following accessible performances:

HTT PRODUCTION

AUDIO DESCRIBED The Culture – Thur 8 Feb, 7.30pm

DRAMA LOCAL SOCIETIES

Whisky Galore – Thur 10 May, 7.30pm Clown Klub – Thur 28 June, 7.30pm

Dinner & a Show includes everything for a great night out – best seat ticket*, main course, parking and programme at a discounted price. Look out for the symbol on show pages.

Pay What You Can performances are a great way to try something new or attend the theatre for the first time. Look out for the star symbol on the diary pages.

4 SHOWS FOR £48

Save up to £10!

3 SHOWS FOR £39

Just £13 per ticket!

2 SHOWS FOR £28

Save up to £17!

Shows in the Drama Deal this season: • WHISKY GALORE • CLOWN KLUB • SCARY BIKERS • BRIGHTON ROCK • PRIVATE LIVES • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Introducing For an additional £20 a year, get the VIP treatment, with DRAMA priority booking DEAL+ before each new season, 10% discount on food and drink and free parking for up to 5 visits. T&Cs Hull Truck Theatre reserves the right to alter prices and discounts at any time. Published ticket prices include a £1 contribution to the theatre’s work in the local community. All tickets are non-refundable and not for re-sale. A £1.50 admin fee will be charged for exchanges. For full terms and conditions, please visit our website. *Subject to availability. Drama Deals do not apply on preview performances.

We run Touch Tours from one hour before each audio described performance. Touch Tours allow visually impaired patrons the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the set, costumes and props. Please book at least 48hr in advance at the Box Office.

MUSIC

MUSICAL

YOUTH THEATRE

FAMILY

RELAXED

COMEDY

The Culture – Sat 17 Feb, 2pm

DANCE

Whisky Galore – Sat 12 May, 2pm Clown Klub – Sat 7 July, 2pm

CIRCUS

Relaxed performances include additional lighting, gentler sound effects, and a relaxed and friendly attitude to noise and audience members moving around in the auditorium.

EVENT

CAPTIONED The Culture – Thur 15 Feb, 7.30pm Whisky Galore – Fri 11 May, 7.30pm Clown Klub – Thur 5 July, 7.30pm Pre-show Audio Intros describing key visual elements of the show are available after the opening night of all Hull Truck Theatre productions. If you require accessible seating, a carer ticket, or the assistance of a guide/hearing dog, please let the Box Office know at time of booking and our staff will be happy to help. Wheelchair spaces and caption seats are now bookable online. Please contact the Box Office to set this facility up and discuss your requirements.

Any questions? Contact our helpful Box Office team on 01482 323638 or visit www.hulltruck.co.uk.


“Help Hull Truck Theatre to build a cultural legacy for the city.” Our Year of Exceptional Drama 2017 as part of Hull UK City of Culture was one of our busiest and most successful years so far and we couldn’t have done it without the continuing support of our loyal audiences. The excitement continues this year and we hope you will all continue to be part of our story as it unfolds. In fact, we’re counting on you. Supporting Cast is our flagship regular giving scheme that enables our friends to make regular donations in support of key areas of our work. By giving you can help create a legacy for our city by investing in the theatre, the artists we work with and the communities we support. A regular donation can make a really big difference:

£5 a month

£10 a month

£20 a month

Will help 6 disadvantaged young people from across Hull to see our Christmas show.

Will help us offer on the job training to the next generation of theatre technicians from across the city.

Will help us nurture up and coming local artists through our Supported Artist scheme.

It’s amazing the difference a regular donation can have on our theatre. For details of how to join Supporting Cast, visit www.hulltruck.co.uk. 38

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Post-Show Q&A

Date

Pay What You Can

The Heron

Relaxed

Audio Described

Time

Page

Captioned

Studio Theatre

Time

Page HTT PRODUCTION

JANUARY Great Adventures in Storyland

Sat 20 Fri 26

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Sat 27

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Mon 29

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Tue 30

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Wed 31

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

10am - 12pm

DRAMA

10

LOCAL SOCIETIES

MUSIC

MUSICAL

YOUTH THEATRE

FEBRUARY Thur 1

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Sofie Hagen

8pm

10

Fri 2

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

First Time Out

8pm

29

Sat 3

The Culture

2pm

4-5

Sat 3

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Tue 6

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Wed 7

The Culture

2pm

4-5

Wed 7

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Thur 8

The Culture

7.30pm AD

Fri 9

The Culture

7.30pm

Turning the Tide

8pm

10

Turning the Tide

8pm

10

4-5

Turning the Tide

8pm

10

4-5

Turning the Tide

8pm

10

The Culture

2pm

4-5

Turning the Tide

2.30pm

10

Sat 10

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Turning the Tide

8pm

10

Tue 13

The Culture

7.30pm

4-5

Wed 14

The Culture

7.30pm =

4-5

Thur 15

The Culture

7.30pm C

4-5 4 -5 Great Adventures in Storyland

10am - 12pm

10

The Bold Knights of Britain

7pm

11

Fri 16

The Culture

7.30pm

The Culture

2pm

Sat 17

The Culture

7.30pm

R

4 -5

CIRCUS

EVENT

4 -5

Tue 20 Wed 21

Turn and Face the Strange

2.30pm

11

Wed 21

Turn and Face the Strange

8pm

11

The Bold Knights of Britain

7pm

11

Thur 22

Turn and Face the Strange

8pm

11

The Bold Knights of Britain

7pm

11

Fri 23

Turn and Face the Strange

8pm

11

The Bold Knights of Britain

7pm

11

Band A (Best seats) Band B Back row (Bar stool seats)

COMEDY

DANCE

Sat 10

Sat 17

FAMILY

PEAK

STANDARD

OFF-PEAK

PREVIEW

£22.50 £20.00 £17.50

£20.00 £17.50 £15.00

£16.00 £14.00 £12.00

£15.00 £12.50 £10.00

See show page for prices

hulltruck.co.uk

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Date

The Heron

Time

Page

Studio Theatre

Time

Sat 24

Turn and Face the Strange

2.30pm

11

Sat 24

Turn and Face the Strange

8pm

11

The Bold Knights of Britain

7pm

Tue 27

The Scary Bikers

7.30pm =

12

Black Men Walking

8pm

Wed 28

The Scary Bikers

7.30pm

12

Black Men Walking

8pm

Thur 1

The Scary Bikers

7.30pm

12

Black Men Walking

8pm

Fri 2

The Scary Bikers

7.30pm

12

Black Men Walking

8pm

Page

MARCH =

13 13

Sat 3

The Scary Bikers

2pm

12

Black Men Walking

2.30pm

13

Sat 3

The Scary Bikers

7.30pm

12

Black Men Walking

8pm

13

Youth Theatre Double Bill

7pm

14

7pm

14

Thur 8 Fri 9 Fri 9 Sat 10

RSC First Encounters: Julius Caesar RSC First Encounters: Julius Caesar RSC First Encounters: Julius Caesar RSC First Encounters: Julius Caesar

7pm

14

10.30am

14

7pm

14

Youth Theatre Double Bill

2pm

14

Youth Theatre Double Bill

7pm

14

Dark Winter

7.30pm

15

Tue 13 Wed 14

Nina

8pm

16

Dark Winter

7.30pm

15

Thur 15

Nina

8pm

16

Dark Winter

7.30pm

15

Showstopper!

7.30pm

16

Fri 16

=

Sat 17 Sat 17

Dark Winter

7.30pm

15

Dark Winter

2.30pm

15

Dark Winter

7.30pm

15

Tue 20

Brighton Rock

7.30pm

17

Wed 21

Brighton Rock

7.30pm

17

RSC LIVE: Twelfth Night

7pm

28

Thur 22

Brighton Rock

7.30pm =

17

NT LIVE: Julius Caesar

7pm

28

Fri 23

Brighton Rock

7.30pm

17

Sat 24

Brighton Rock

2pm

17

Great Adventures in Storyland

10am-12pm

10

Sat 24

Brighton Rock

7.30pm

17 Red Riding Hood and the Wolf

2.30pm

18

Tue 27 Tue 27

Oliver

7.30pm

17

Wed 28 Wed 28

Oliver

7.30pm

19

Thur 29

Oliver

7.30pm

19

Thur 29 Sat 31

Oliver

2pm

19

Sat 31

Oliver

7.30pm

19

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Red Riding Hood and the Wolf Red Riding Hood and the Wolf Red Riding Hood and the Wolf Red Riding Hood and the Wolf

11am

18

2.30pm

18

11am

18

2.30pm

18


Post-Show Q&A

Date

Pay What You Can

Relaxed

The Heron

Audio Described

Time

Page

Captioned

Studio Theatre

Time

Page HTT PRODUCTION

APRIL Wed 4

Thoroughly Modern Millie

7.30pm

DRAMA

19

Thur 5

Thoroughly Modern Millie

7.30pm

19

Youth Theatre

7pm

14

Fri 6

Thoroughly Modern Millie

7.30pm

19

Youth Theatre

7pm

14

Sat 7

Thoroughly Modern Millie

2pm

19

Youth Theatre

7pm

14

Sat 7

Thoroughly Modern Millie

7.30pm

19

Tue 10

Private Lives

7.30pm

20

Wed 11

Private Lives

7.30pm

20

YOUTH THEATRE

It Snows & The Willow Pattern It Snows & The Willow Pattern It Snows & The Willow Pattern It Snows & The Willow Pattern

Thur 12

Private Lives

7.30pm

20

Private Lives

7.30pm

20

Sat 14

Private Lives

2pm

20

Sat 14

Private Lives

7.30pm

20

Tue 17

A Midsummer Night's Dream

7.30pm

21

Wed 18

A Midsummer Night's Dream

7.30pm

21

Thur 19

A Midsummer Night's Dream

1.30pm

21

Thur 19

A Midsummer Night's Dream

7.30pm

21

Fri 20

A Midsummer Night's Dream

7.30pm

21

RSC LIVE: Macbeth

7pm

28

Great Adventures in Storyland

10am-12pm

10

A Midsummer Night's Dream

2pm

21

Sat 21

A Midsummer Night's Dream

7.30pm

21

Tue 1

NT LIVE: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

7pm

28

Wed 2

Whisky Galore

7.30pm

6-7

MUSIC

MUSICAL

Fri 13

Sat 21

LOCAL SOCIETIES

7pm

19

7pm

19

7pm

19

7pm

19

FAMILY

COMEDY

DANCE

CIRCUS

EVENT

MAY

Thur 3

Whisky Galore

7.30pm

6-7

Fri 4

Whisky Galore

7.30pm

6-7

Sat 5

Whisky Galore

2pm

6-7

Sat 5

Whisky Galore

7.30pm

6-7

Tue 8

Whisky Galore

7.30pm

6-7

Grow Festival

22

Wed 9

Whisky Galore

2pm

6-7

Grow Festival

22

Wed 9

Whisky Galore

7.30pm =

6-7

Grow Festival

22

Thur 10

Whisky Galore

7.30pm AD

6-7

Grow Festival

22

Band A (Best seats) Band B Back row (Bar stool seats)

PEAK

STANDARD

OFF-PEAK

PREVIEW

£22.50 £20.00 £17.50

£20.00 £17.50 £15.00

£16.00 £14.00 £12.00

£15.00 £12.50 £10.00

See show page for prices

hulltruck.co.uk

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Date

The Heron

Time

Page

Fri 11

Whisky Galore

Sat 12

Whisky Galore

2pm

Wed 16

Mark Steel

7.30pm

22

Thur 17

Bridget Christie

7.30pm

22

Two Pianos

7.30pm

23

Two Pianos

7.30pm

23

Swinging At The Cotton Club

7.30pm

23

Fri 18 Sat 19 Wed 30

7.30pm C R

Studio Theatre

Time

Page

6-7

Grow Festival

22

6-7

Grow Festival

22

Sat 19 Sat 26

Chocolate Cake

11am

24

Sat 26

Chocolate Cake

1.30pm

24

Sat 26

Chocolate Cake

4pm

24

Great Adventures in Storyland

10am-12pm

10

Great Adventures in Storyland

10am-12pm

10

JUNE Sat 2

Family Open Day

10 - 4.30pm

22

Thur 14

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Fri 15

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Sat 16

Clown Klub

2pm

8-9

Sat 16

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Tue 19

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Wed 20

Clown Klub

2pm

8-9

Wed 20

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Thur 21

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Ballad of Paragon Station

8pm

24

Fri 22

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Ballad of Paragon Station

8pm

24

Sat 23

Clown Klub

2pm

Sat 23

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Tue 26

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

=

8-9

Wed 27

Clown Klub

2pm

8-9

Wed 27

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Thur 28

Clown Klub

7.30pm AD

8-9

Are We There Yet?

8pm

25

Fri 29

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Are We There Yet?

8pm

25

Sat 30

Clown Klub

2pm

8-9

Are We There Yet?

2.30pm

25

Sat 30

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Are We There Yet?

8pm

25

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Post-Show Q&A

Date

Pay What You Can

The Heron

Relaxed

Audio Described

Time

Page

Captioned

Studio Theatre

Time

Page HTT PRODUCTION

JULY Tue 3

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Wed 4

Clown Klub

2pm

8-9

Wed 4

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Thur 5

Clown Klub

7.30pm C

8-9

Fri 6

Clown Klub

7.30pm

8-9

Sat 7

Clown Klub

2pm

Sat 7

Clown Klub

7.30pm

R

DRAMA LOCAL SOCIETIES

MUSIC

MUSICAL

8-9 YOUTH THEATRE

8-9

Tue 10

Too Clever by Half

8pm

2 25 5

Wed 11

Too Clever by Half

8pm

25

Thur 12

Too Clever by Half

8pm

2 25 5

Fri 13

Too Clever by Half

8pm

25

Sat 14

Too Clever by Half

8pm

2 25 5

DANCE

CIRCUS

FAMILY

Wed 18

JAZZ FESTIVAL

Beach Body Ready

8pm

25

Thur 19

JAZZ FESTIVAL

Beach Body Ready

8pm

25

Vimala Rowe & John Etheridge

7pm

2 26 5

The Dime Notes

3pm

27

Fri 20

Wall to Wall Prince

8.30pm

26

Sat 21 Sat 21

Camilla George

6pm

27

Sat 21

Denys Baptiste Quartet

9pm

27

7pm

28

Wed 25

Les Miserables

7.30pm

28

Thur 26

Les Miserables

2pm

28

Thur 26

Les Miserables

7.30pm

28

Fri 27

Les Miserables

7.30pm

28

Sat 28

Les Miserables

2pm

28

Sat 28

Les Miserables

7.30pm

28

Band A (Best seats) Band B Back row (Bar stool seats)

RSC Live: Romeo and Juliet Great Adventures in Storyland

10am-12pm

PEAK

STANDARD

OFF-PEAK

PREVIEW

£22.50 £20.00 £17.50

£20.00 £17.50 £15.00

£16.00 £14.00 £12.00

£15.00 £12.50 £10.00

See show page for prices

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COMEDY

EVENT


GENERAL INFORMATION HOW TO FIND US Hull Truck Theatre is situated on Ferensway, two minutes walk from Paragon Bus and Rail Interchange and St Stephen’s Car Park.

CAR PARKING Safe, secure and well-lit parking is available at St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, located next door to Hull Truck Theatre.

ACCESS Our front of house staff will be happy to help with your access requirements. Please mention your requirements when you book.

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