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OCTOBER - MARCH JAnuary - April September - December

2013 2013/2014 2012

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4 SHOWS FOR £10 each

• Muddy Cows • The Events • Twelfth Night • Pride and Prejudice • out of his skin • WE WILL BE FREE • Verve 14

BOOK 4 SHOWS from the selection on the left and pay JUST £10 per ticket All 4 shows must be booked at the same time.


Welcome to your theatre As Hull bids to be the City of Culture we are delighted to offer you a varied and exciting programme showcasing the very best of theatre, comedy and drama. The season starts with the highly-anticipated visit by the Stephen Joseph Theatre’s excellent production of Muddy Cows. Diving face-first into the fierce, funny and filthy world of women’s rugby, this comedy from local favourite John Godber will brighten up your autumn as we head into the darker nights. During the festive period children and adults alike are in for a real treat with two Hull Truck productions. In the daytime, the Big Bad Wolf finally goes on trial for his deceptive mischief in our musical production of Little Red Riding Hood, in which you get to choose the outcome! Then, in the evenings, Mick Martin’s brand new comedy The Flame-Haired Dynamo is the perfect show for anyone wanting to escape the seasonal mayhem with a fun-packed production that takes you from the usual Christmas tensions to the excitement of the good old Christmas annual. Meanwhile, we’re proud to be welcoming such exciting companies as Filter and RashDash and hope our family-friendly children’s programme will introduce some new young faces to their very first live theatre experience. Add to this plenty of stand-up comedy, music, dance and inspiring shows from our Creative Learning department, and you’ll discover a season that truly does have something for everyone.

Now, we simply must say more about Hull’s bid for City of Culture 2017. Achieving this coveted title would mean big things for the city, not only in terms of arts and culture, but also investment, development and a huge boost in local pride and community spirit. Please do anything you can to back the bid, including talking about #Hull2017 on your social media channels. Also, at Hull Truck we pride ourselves on offering you the highest quality work at the lowest possible prices and it’s your support that makes us one of the UK’s leading producing theatres. My Theatre Matters is an excellent campaign that invites you to shout about the value of Hull Truck, so please do visit www.mytheatrematters.com and tell them why we matter to you. Finally, we want you to be the first to know that we will soon have a very exciting new cafe-bar, so please do make our theatre your second home, be it for a coffee, a catch-up or a really great piece of entertainment. We look forward to welcoming you to Hull Truck Theatre soon.

Mark Babych Artistic Director

Janthi Mills-Ward Executive Director

Contents Hull Truck Theatre productions Visiting Main Theatre Visiting Studio Theatre A Play, a Pie and a Pint Family Fun Stand-up Comedy Dance Music HULL Jazz Festival Creative Learning

p 4 - 7 p 8 - 12 p 13 - 16 p 17 p 18 - 21 p 22 - 23 p 24 p 25 p 26 - 27 p 28 - 29

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Wed 8 Jan, 2pm

NOVEMBER/ JANUARY

THURS 28 NOV - SAT 11 JAN (Matinees SAT 30 Nov, 28 Dec, 11 Jan & Wed 8 Jan, 2pm)

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Hull Truck Theatre proudly presents the world premiere of

THE FLAME-HAIRED DYNAMo by Mick Martin Director Nick Lane Set Designer Pip Leckenby Lighting Designer Graham Kirk

The Flame-Haired Dynamo – coming to life this Christmas!

Chris McCann’s life is going nowhere. He’s out of work, out of money and out of luck. His kids don’t understand him and his wife’s at her wits’ end. Worst of all, it’s Christmas. Is Chris in the mood for mistletoe and wine? No. He can’t afford them for a start! He’s blown what cash he had on old Christmas Annuals so he can revisit the world of his boyhood heroes, especially Titch McCreavie, the FlameHaired Dynamo – a superstar footballer, 1970s style! As Christmas Day approaches, Chris withdraws into the cartoon world of perfect goals, perfect girls, flared jeans and fondue parties – with some rather surprising results! This Christmas, Hull Truck invites you to join Chris on a hilarious and heartfelt journey – part Back to the Future, part A Christmas Carol, all brilliantly unhinged – from Mick Martin, the writer of 2012 Northern Soul smash Once Upon a Time in Wigan.

James Weaver

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David Maccreedy

Ray Castleton

Fiona Wass

The Flame-Haired Dynamo – out of the comic strip and into the theatre from November 28th. Book now!

book any performance before FRI 18 Oct and pay only £10 per ticket

(Online booking code ‘Early Bird’)

Thursday 28 Nov - Saturday 14 Dec & Monday 6 - Saturday 11 Jan Monday - Friday £15.50 Saturday £18 Concessions £3 off

Monday 16 Dec - Saturday 4 Jan Monday - Saturday £18 Concessions £3 off (evening performances only)

Matinees £12

(evening performances only)

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DECEMBER/ JANUARY

MAIN THEATRE

TUE 3 DEC - SAT 4 JAN

Hull Truck Theatre presents

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD by Nick Lane Director Amanda J Smith Set Designer Pip Leckenby Lighting Designer Graham Kirk Composer Tristan Parkes

How bad is the Big Bad Wolf? He blows pigs’ houses down, thinks nothing of eating seven little kids, and don’t forget what he did to poor Red Riding Hood: frightening her in a wood, hiding her Gran and trying to gobble her up. Let’s face it, his name says it all – he’s big and bad. Isn’t he? Isn’t he? This year, the people who brought you The Elves & the Shoemaker, A Christmas Carol and Pinocchio are back to ask you one simple question – should the Wolf be sent down for his crimes, or is he the victim of a terrible smear campaign? With silly songs, ridiculous rhymes, lots of bonkers fairytale characters and a Judge made of Fudge, this is one Christmas trial you’d be mad to miss... plus, you – yes, you – get to choose the end of the show!

Performances DECEMBER TUESDAY 3 WEDNESDAY 4 THURSDAY 5 FRIDAY 6 SATURDAY 7 MONDAY 9 TUESDAY 10 WEDNESDAY 11 THURSDAY 12 FRIDAY 13 SATURDAY 14 MONDAY 16 TUESDAY 17 WEDNESDAY 18 THURSDAY 19 FRIDAY 20 SATURDAY 21 MONDAY 23 TUESDAY 24 FRIDAY 27 MONDAY 30 TUESDAY 31 JANUARY THURSDAY 2 FRIDAY 3 SATURDAY 4

Time

10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 1pm 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 1pm 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm

1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 4pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 4pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 4pm 4pm 4pm 4pm

Time

1pm 1pm 1pm

4pm 4pm 4pm

All tickets £8 AGE 4+ AND THEIR GROWN UPS

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VISITING MAIN THEATRE

#muddycows

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SeptEMBER / OCTOBER

Tue 24 SEPT - SAT 12 Oct (MatineeS WED & SAT, 2pm)

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The Stephen Joseph Theatre Company presents

Muddy Cows

Written and directed by John Godber

‘this is a team effort and the whole production is a winner’ Scarborough News

Abi Titmuss

Claire Eden

Elizabeth Carling

Una McNulty

Hayley Tamaddon

Amy Thompson

Tickets Tuesday - Friday £15.50 Saturday £18 Concessions £3 off (evening performances only) Matinees £12

A surgeon, a farmer, a vet, a beautician, a primary school teacher, a social worker and a solicitor: on the face of it, they don’t seem to have much in common. But these are the Muddy Cows - a team of female rugby players with all the courage, passion and commitment of their male counterparts. And absolutely none of the cash, back-up or kit... Maggie Deakin is planning to step down as coach of the Muddy Cows. But there’s one final challenge to face the unbeatable New Zealand side, The Black Ferns. Can the Muddy Cows overcome? Or will their own personal conflicts prove their undoing? BAFTA-winning playwright John Godber has written extensively about sport: weightlifting in Cramp, bodybuilding in Beef, crown green bowling in Crown Prince and judo in Blood, Sweat and Tears. He also wrote and directed the iconic rugby league comedy Up ‘n’ Under, which won an Olivier Award and was made into a feature film.

4 for £10 each

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NOVEMBER

TUE 5 - SAT 9

Actors Touring Company, Young Vic Theatre, Brageteatret and Schauspielhaus Wein presents

The Events by David Greig Director Ramin Gray Composer John Browne Designer Chloe Lamford Lighting Designer Charles Balfour Sound Designer Alex Caplen

Rudi Dharmalingam

Neve McIntosh

Tickets Tuesday - Friday £15.50 Saturday £18 Concessions £3 off (evening performances only) Matinee £12 4 for £10 each 10

Contains some strong language.

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Screams echo through corridors. A forest echoes with the sound of gunfire. At Claire’s choir rehearsal, something terrible happens. When Claire, a priest, survives a horrific crime, she sets out to answer the most difficult question of all: Why? It’s a journey that takes her to the edge of reason, science, politics and faith. David Greig’s daring new play asks how far forgiveness will stretch in the face of atrocity. Featuring local choirs and a soaring soundtrack, what unfolds is a tale of tragedy, obsession and our destructive desire to fathom the unfathomable. THE EVENTS premiered at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to rave reviews and won a Fringe First award.

‘Probably the finest, most important thing Greig has written.’

★★★★★ The Daily Telegraph


NOVEMBER

TUE 12 - FRI 15

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VISITING MAIN THEATRE

Filter in association with the RSC presents

Viola loves Orsino Orsino loves Olivia Olivia loves Cesario... who is really Viola in disguise.

by William Shakespeare Created by Filter Directed by Sean Holmes

Meanwhile, Sir Toby’s got some tricks up his sleeve. Let the night of fun and feasting begin.

Twelfth Night

‘...the most exciting Shakespeare reworking for years... Don’t miss.’ Sunday Times

Tickets Evenings £15.50 Concessions £3 off (evening performances only) Mornings and Matinees £12

Two worlds collide in Filter’s explosive new take on Shakespeare’s lyrical Twelfth Night. Olivia’s melancholic, puritanical household clashes head-on with Sir Toby’s insatiable appetite for drunken debauchery. Orsino’s relentless pursuit of Olivia and Malvolio’s extraordinary transformation typify the madness of love in Illyria: land of make believe and illusion. This story of romance, satire and mistaken identity is crafted into one of the most exciting and accessible Shakespeare productions of recent years. Experience the madness of love in this heady world where riotous gig meets Shakespeare.

4 for £10 each

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OCTOBER

THURS 24 - FRI 25

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VISITING MAIN THEATRE

Two Bit Classics and Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds present

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

2013 celebrates the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice. This new adaptation takes a fresh but faithful approach to one of the nation’s most cherished novels. ‘It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.’ Two actors bring 21 vibrant characters to life in an inventive production that sparkles with Austen’s wit and style.

Tickets £15.50 Concessions £3 off

OCTOBER

TUE 15 - FRI 18 I 7pm

VISITING MAIN THEATRE

Shakespeare Schools Festival The Shakespeare Schools Festival works with 1,000 secondary, primary and special schools all over the UK. Each night, four schools will perform four different Shakespeare plays. Come along and celebrate the achievements of local schools from Hull and East Yorkshire in a wonderful evening of entertainment.

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MARCH

THURS 6 I 7:45pm

4 for £10 each

VISITING MAIN THEATRE

Townsend Productions presents

WE WILL BE FREE The true story of George and Betsy Loveless and the Dorset farm labourers who were convicted by Government for forming a Trade Union in 1834 to fight against wage cuts inflicted by the local landowner. This inspirational story of their determination, solidarity and courage is told using the musical arrangements of revered folk singer and squeezebox player John Kirkpatrick. From the company that brought 4 for you The Ragged Trousered. Philanthropists. £10 Tickets £15.50 Concessions £3 off each


SEPTEMBER THURS 26 I 8pm

SEPTEMBER

VISITING STUDIO THEATRE

Fri 27 - Sat 28 I 8pm

VISITING STUDIO THEATRE

Starring Matt Booth

Rich Seam Theatre Company presents

One-Off Productions presents

1882. After years of inspiration, innovation and occasional idiocy, Yorkshireman Thomas Crapper is commissioned to provide toilets for Queen Victoria. 2012. At an old people’s home, Joe has the task of a lifetime: to get all the toilets sparkling clean for a Diamond Jubilee royal visit.

It’s Robert’s 35th birthday. He has good friends, a gorgeous apartment and a girlfriend (or three). But is he happy? Through Stephen Sondheim’s brilliant songs and sharp lyrics, together with George Firth’s hilarious script, Robert reviews his life and relationships, exploring the ups and downs of being a bachelor in New York.

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

Royal Flush by Nick Lane

OCTOBER

THURS 10

Company by Stephen Sondheim

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8pm RashDash present

Ugly Sisters

Once upon a time there was us - Ruby and us. Ruby was our mum. She had to work a lot. We played in the burnt-out car round the back. We could do anything, except play with the needles. Then everything changed, and there were bright lights and loud noises and flashing cameras. And there was her, and she was different. Everyone loved her. Whoever holds the pen writes the story. Thumping drums, clanging keys and violent voices. RashDash tell the real story of Cinderella: a sinister and sensuous cabaret.

‘sensational’ Total Theatre

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

‘electrifying’ Telegraph

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OCTOBER SAT 19 I 8pm

OCTOBER

VISITING STUDIO THEATRE

VISITING

Fri 25 - Sat 26 I 8pm STUDIO THEATRE

Lives of Others Theatre presents

Gilded Balloon presents

Everyone has a story to tell about the NHS. Terrible food, waiting lists, infections and complaints. But what are the unheard stories of compassion and kindness? Meet a high-dependency nurse, overworked and undervalued. The beating heart of your NHS.

by Philip Meeks Margaret Rutherford’s performance as Miss Marple made her a movie icon, but it nearly didn’t happen. This intriguing new play humorously unearths the fascinating reasons why as Janet Prince dives into the world-famous character.

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

FLOATING by Sam Freeman

November

MURDER, MARGARET AND ME

FRI 1 - SAT 2 nov

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Kings of England presents

Monument to Charlie Chaplin The Great Dictator On 17 March 1941, the National Picture Theatre – a cinema on Beverley Road, Hull – was bombed. Each of the 150 people in attendance, gathered for a screening of Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator, survived – no fatalities. In response to this unique site, performance company Kings of England issued themselves a directive: Build a Monument to Charlie Chaplin. Following the performance will be a full screening of the Charlie Chaplin classic film The Great Dictator. Check our website for special post-show talks.

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NOVEMBER

Wed 13 - Sat 16 I 8pm (MATINEE SAT 16, 2:30pm)

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Hull Playgoers Society presents

Red Ladder and O’Hooley & Tidow present

Eden End by J.B. Priestley The calm, comfortable home of country GP Dr Kirby is suddenly disrupted by the return of Stella, his beautiful and talented daughter, after years away making her name as an actress. With secrets, deep passions and bitter resentments uncovered, a way of life is about to be shattered.

SONGS OF SOLIDARITY, SUFFRAGE AND STRENGTH February 1918, and after years of protest Parliament is poised to grant women the vote. In story and song, this is one Lancashire mill-girl’s journey from schoolroom to prison cell and beyond followed by an evening of thoughtprovoking songs of wry social observation, love, loss and humour by O’Hooley & Tidow.

Tickets £10 Concessions £2 off

JANUARY

ThurS 30

VISITING STUDIO THEATRE

WED 22 I 8pm

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

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8pm

Monkeywood Theatre presents

Flesh

by Sarah McDonald Hughes Shannon and Dylan are 16. They’re in love. And they’re having a baby. “It was New Year’s and I was all ready to go and get lashed. I don’t know why I did the test then but I did. I couldn’t wait.” Monkeywood spent hundreds of hours with young parents, gathering their true stories, opinions and insights. Flesh is a brand new play that follows three young people as they become parents for the first time.

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MARCH

FRI 7 - SAT 8 I 8pm

MARCH

VISITING STUDIO THEATRE

VISITING

ThurS 13 - Fri 14 I 8pm STUDIO THEATRE

Theatre Alibi presents

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and Menagerie Theatre Company present

Egusi Soup by Janice Okoh

Hammer & Tongs

As the Anyias, a British-Nigerian family, pack their suitcases and prepare to head home to Lagos for a memorial service in honour of the late Mr Anyia, they soon realise they will need to get rid of some excess baggage first! A spicy new comedy about love, life, loss and... packing!

by Daniel Jamieson Hammer & Tongs digs deep into the human tendency to argue the toss at the drop of a hat. From farcical fisticuffs at Nigel and Clarissa’s wedding disco to kids squabbling for control of the TV remote, Hammer & Tongs presents a very human comedy - physical, funny, bloody-minded, absurd, musical, moving and completely bonkers.

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

MARCH

ThurS 20 - Fri 21

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Wet Picnic presents

Death and Gardening Internationally acclaimed Wet Picnic throw you into a world caught between life and death. A world where strangers in yellow macs are keen to dispatch you to your final resting place and gardening becomes a metaphor for the cycle of life. Death and Gardening delves into the unconventional demise of David Fanshaw, who struggles to come to terms with what he will leave behind. A contagious blend of physical comedy and the absurd, which shines a light on our inevitable mortality.

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A Play, a Pie and a Pint Wed 9 OCT 2013 - 6pm

WED 26 Feb 2014 - 6pm

Mike’s teacher Laura has caught him watching an inappropriate video in school. Mike’s father John is called in, but doesn’t see what Laura is so worked up about. Is Laura overreacting? Is this perfectly normal for a boy of Mike’s age? Or is there more to his behaviour than meets the eye? Joe White’s claustrophobic new three-hander explores the difficulty of how to solve our children’s problems when we don’t have the solutions.

Late at night an ailing father and his son turn on each other in a painful confrontation. The argument tears through family relationships in a taut yet tender revelation of the expectations between the two men. The new drama from critically acclaimed playwright Conor McKee, whose play Thrasher was performed at Hull Truck in spring 2013.

PRIDE & JOY by Joe White

WED 29 Jan 2014 - 6pm

HEEL by Ian Winterton

CAMPAIGNER by Conor McKee

All tickets £8

Upon discovering her husband was the only one of his friends not to commit adultery when away on a work trip, Penelope’s unshakeable feeling of disappointment proves to be a thread at which she can’t stop pulling. A darkly funny new play from Ian Winterton, whose play Sherica won a Manchester Theatre Award and was nominated for BBC Drama North’s Alfred Bradley Bursary.

NEW WRITING New Writing. It’s the heart of what we do. Hull Truck’s commitment to new writing is stronger than ever. With numerous projects in the pipeline, we’re as excited as we’ve ever been about exploring the works of all writers, from seasoned professionals to first-timers and all points in-between. For a look at what we’re up to, or to find out how to get involved, please visit www.hulltruck.co.uk/open-space/new-writing www.hulltruck.co.uk

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FUN

OCTOBER

Mind the Gap presents

Tue 29 I 2pm Wed30 I 11am & 2pm

Treasure Island retold by Mike Kenny

Visit www.familyartsfestival.com to discover more great family arts events happening in your area this October Half Term.

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Robert Louis Stephenson’s classic tale, retold by Mike Kenny... with a twist! Hawkins is bored. A long night stretches ahead. Almost as long as the endless shelves that need stacking. There be mutiny at Flints! As modern-day and fantasy worlds collide, Flints Supermarket becomes the scene for this classic adventure of Hawkins, Long John Silver, parrots and pirates. Hold on to your hats as we tell this tale of treasure, tills and trolleys! Late-night shelf stackers let their imaginations run wild; hiding below decks from the all-controlling security guard, turning the aisles into adventure, carrots into parrots, and cut-loaves into cutlasses! But will they checkout the treasure where eXit marks the spot? A swash-buckling trolley dash of a show that’s fun for all the family, from cabin lads and lasses to experienced first-mates! Mind the Gap is an award-winning theatre company that works with learning disabled and non-disabled artists as equals.


CHILDREN’S THEATRE FESTIVAL SAT 15 Feb

STUDIO THEATRE

MON 17 Feb

10:30am & 1:30pm

11am & 2pm

CHILDREN’S THEATRE BIRTHDAY PaRties Hull Truck Theatre would like to invite you to one of our fun-packed birthday parties to kick off this year’s Children’s Theatre Festival, with games, party food, jokes and activities for all!

Tickets £4 (Adults Free)

Tue 18 Feb 11am & 2pm

Hand to Mouth Theatre Company

Jack at the Beanstalk Cafe

Age 4 -10

Tickets £4

THURS 20 Feb 10am - 4pm

STUDIO THEATRE

11am & 2pm

Teasel Theatre Company

Grisly Tales From Tumblewater

Age 8+

Join fearless orphan Daniel Dorey as he finds himself battling evil Caspian Prye on the rain-soaked streets of Tumblewater. A fast-paced adventure with laughs, frights and live music.

Tickets £6 STUDIO THEATRE

FRI 21 Feb

11am & 2pm

Hull Truck Play Day

Hull Truck Theatre will be overflowing with free activities and stalls held by local charities and companies who all work with children and young people. It will include arts and crafts stalls, children’s centres, the library services and much more.

Tickets £6

WED 19 Feb

Family Theatre Tour and Experience Ever wanted to know what goes on behind the scenes? Where the costumes are kept and where the actors wait before they go onstage? Come and explore parts of the theatre you have never seen before, try on some costumes and challenge yourself to a Family Theatre Quiz.

A nourishing bean-feast of stories in the Beanstalk Cafe, including the sweet and sour tale of The Old Woman in a Vinegar Bottle, and a tasty take on Jack and the Beanstalk.

Lyngo Theatre Company

The Fish’s Wishes

Age 3+

Co-produced by the Half Moon Young People’s Theatre A little vegetarian fish who lives in a glass escapes into our airy world. He’s got lots of questions and just like many small creatures we know and love, he needs answers and he needs them now.

Tickets £6

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MARCH

THURS 13 12:15pm, 2pm & 4:30pm

Northern Ballet presents

Three Little Pigs

MAIN THEATRE

Following the fantastic sellout success of Ugly Duckling, Northern Ballet is delighted to announce their latest ballet especially for children. Three little pigs set out into the world. The first pig decides to build a house of straw, the second a house made of sticks and the third pig chooses to build a house of bricks. Then along comes a very hungry wolf. The wolf begs each little pig to invite him in for dinner. When they refuse he threatens to huff and puff and blow their houses down. Will any of the pigs be smart enough to escape the big bad wolf?

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Bringing the timeless fairy tale to life, Three Little Pigs is the perfect opportunity to introduce your little ones to the magic of live ballet, music and theatre.


Suitable for all ages - especially the young and young-at-heart!

APRIL

THURS 24 - SAT 26 ThuRS & Fri, 11am & 1:30pm Sat, 11am, 1:30pm & 4pm

Watershed Productions present the BBC Worldwide and Polka Theatre production of

Charlie and Lola’s

Extremely New Play Based on the characters created by Lauren Child Adapted by Jonathan Lloyd

Tickets Band A £12.50 Band B £11.50 Band C £10.00 Charlie and Lola™ and © Lauren Child 2005. Charlie and Lola is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions and distributed by BBC Ltd. BBC logo TM and © BBC 1996

MAIN THEATRE

Charlie and Lola are completely excited to be back on stage with their Extremely New Play – and this time they’re bringing along Sizzles the Dog! If you liked Charlie and Lola’s Best Bestest Play, you will love this extra special, brand new show. Enter a magical journey through the seasons as Charlie and Lola discover that everything is different and not the same. What happens when Lola and her best friend Lotta say they will honestly and promisedly look after Sizzles? And follow Charlie and his best friend Marv on a Pirate Squidbones adventure! Playful, funny and full of surprises, this extremely new play about friendship and adventures is a treat for everyone. A magical mix of puppets, live action and music based on the much-loved books by Lauren Child and the ever popular BBC TV Series.

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STAND-UP COMEDY SAT 19 OCT 7:45pm

MAIN THEATRE

JEREMY Hardy

SAT 26 OCT 7:45pm

WED 30 OCT 8pm

studio THEATRE

Mark Thomas

BriAN Appleton

Mark goes back to what he does best, mischief... Subversive, funny, probably legal and occasionally inspiring.

Selly Oak’s most bitter man-rock musicologist and part-time lecturer takes to the road. Brian is the creation of Graham Fellows – the man behind John Shuttleworth. Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

A stand-up comic since 1984 best known for his work on Radio 4, notably on News Quiz and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue.

100 Acts of Minor Dissent

Tickets £14 Concessions £3 off

Tickets £15.50 Concessions £3 off

TUE 19 NOV 8pm

STUDIO THEATRE

History of the World in 3 Darts

SAT 1 FEB 7:45pm

MAIn THEATRE

Carl DonnelLy

Sean Hughes

Join Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee Carl for a brand new hilarious show. As seen on Mock The Week and Russell Howard’s Good News. Tickets £12

Award winning comedian, Sean is back on tour with a brand new gem of a show.

Now That’s What I Carl Donnelly! Volume V

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Penguins

Tickets £14 Concessions £2 off


STAND-UP COMEDY THURS 13 FEB 8pm

studio THEATRE

FRI 14 FEB 8pm

studio THEATRE

Choose Your Own Lucy Porter Documentary Northern Soul Part stand-up, part film documentary and part spoken word based on the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ phenomenon of the 1980s.

Familiar from the popular TV panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Mock The Week – Lucy returns with her best show yet.

Tickets £12 Concessions £2 off

Tickets £14 Concessions £2 off

SAT 22 MAR 7:45pm

MAIn THEATRE

MON 10 MAR 7:45pm

MAIN THEATRE

Chris Ramsey

The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning Television

After being “sent off” the Soccer AM sofa last year for misbehaving, Chris wonders whether he really is the Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning TV? Tickets £16.50

MAIn THEATRE

TUE 29 APR 7:45pm

Richard Herring

Russell Kane

After sorting out politics, religion and love, Herring returns to tackle the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveller returns.

What is it with us and smallness? We Brits love it - being tiny but fierce, close but distant. Russell returns with a new blisteringly big-small show.

Tickets £15

Tickets £17.50

We’re All Going To Die

Smallness

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7pm

STUDIO THEATRE

HULL DANCE PRIZE The Hull Dance Prize is a great evening of dance with a competitive twist. Six local dance companies will perform brand new works just for you, plus a panel of professional judges. Two prizes will be awarded, one by the judges and one by YOU the audience! See a fantastic range of new performances, be wowed and pick your winner!   

Tickets £10 Concessions £2 off

NOVEMBER

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7:45pm

MAIN THEATRE

Out of His Skin

Bored with the monotony of the everyday and trying to find his place in the world, one man goes on a journey of self-discovery. Pushing every available boundary and risking everything until there is nothing left, he searches for the next high, the next hit and the next big thing. Following on from their success at Freedom Festival and using their trademark urban contemporary language, 2Faced Dance Company return with a new full-length work choreographed by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald.

Tickets £15.50 Concessions £3 off

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Verve 14 Four thrilling contemporary dance works choreographed by acclaimed artists Lea Anderson, Ben Duke, Gemma Nixon and Jonathan Goddard, and also emergent artist Jamaal Burkmar. Ranging from the passionate and fast-paced to the quirky and stylish, Verve promises dynamic performances by twelve incredible dancers.

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music JANUARY

FRI 24

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7:45pm

Folk in Hull The return of the highly popular eclectic night of quality music celebrating the sounds of the city. Hull has a rich musical heritage to be proud of, from The Watersons to The Housemartins. For this collection of local talent, ‘folk’ is treated in its broadest sense, meaning ‘the people of Hull’ and not just folk music. Expect an evening’s entertainment that encompasses a wide array of musical genres, each of them giving you even more reason to be proud of this wonderful city!

Tickets £10

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SAT 15

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Ruby Turner Ruby can breathe life and meaning into a song, whether it is a passionate soaring ballad or a funky up-tempo groove. A star vocalist in Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, Ruby’s star is burning brighter than ever. Blessed with a voice that has been likened to Aretha Franklin and Janis Joplin, Ruby continues to win the hearts and minds of an ever growing and diverse fan base.

‘Ruby Turner is truly the genuine article.’ The Guardian

Tickets £20 Concessions £2 off www.hulltruck.co.uk

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Hull Jazz Festival 21st Winter Edition FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER 7pm – 8:30pm STUDIO THEATRE

Tcha Limberger Kalotaszeg Trio This blind Transylvanian leader of the world famous Budapest Gypsy Orchestra is an astonishingly accomplished violinist. Accompanied by Toni Rudi and double bassist Neti Sandor, this is a unique opportunity to hear the premier exponent of the music of Transylvania.

SEE BOTH

FRiDAY

SHOWS for

£20

Tickets £15 Concessions £2 off 9pm – 10:30pm Main theatre

Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita A brand new collaboration featuring two world class virtuosos, a meeting of harp and kora. Leading classical harpist Catrin Finch and inspired kora player Seckou Keita combine forces to explore the traditions of Wales and Senegal. Tickets £15 Concessions £2 off

SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 5pm – 7pm STUDIO THEATRE

Saxophone Giants

A tribute to Jazz’s Greatest Saxophonists

SEE BOTH SATURDAY SHOWS for

£25

Tenor player Keith Loftis (formerly of the Roy Hargrove Big Band and Abdullah Ibrahim) joins fellow American Jean Toussaint (Art Blakey, McCoy Tyner and Gil Evans) to make his UK debut.. The band will be completed by members of the late, great Abram Wilson’s former band. Ben Webster, Dexter Gordon and John Coltrane numbers are all re-worked to blow you away with clarity of tone. Tickets £15 Concessions £2 off 8:30pm – 10:30pm Main theatre

Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion

with Pee Wee Ellis, Abass Dodoo, Alec Dankworth

A powerhouse of jazz and African rhythms. The legendary drummer and founder member of Cream and Blind Faith was once voted the musician least likely to survive the ‘60s. Now, 40 years on, Ginger proves them all wrong by playing a potent mix of Thelonius Monk, Wayne Shorter and Sonny Rollins, plus originals by Ellis and Baker that are delighting sell-out audiences throughout the UK and Europe. Tickets £18 Concessions £2 off

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FRI 22 - SUN 24 NOVEMBER

SUNDAY 24 NOVEMBER 3pm – 3:30pm MAIN THEATRE

Freedom Chorus

Hull Freedom Chorus is a massed singing group formed in 2011 with a current membership of around 300. Exciting singer, choral leader and composer Helen Yeomans will lead the group in a performance from their recent repertoire, including a specially commissioned Freedom arrangement for 2013. Free Admission

SEE ALL SUNDAY SHOWS for

£20

4pm – 6pm STUDIO THEATRE

Ian Shaw sings Joni Mitchell This year Joni Mitchell turns 70. BBC multi award-winning vocalist Ian Shaw “captures the poetry in Joni’s songs with an eye-watering vocal range and bucketloads of soul”. Mitchell’s beautifully crafted confessionals resonate so effectively in this setting, from the seminal, now legendary, “Blue” to her later songs on world issues, this powerful and intimate show is not to be missed. Tickets £15 Concessions £2 off 7:45pm – 10:15pm STUDIO THEATRE

Christine Tobin Band A Thousand Kisses Deep

Leonard Cohen songs and other classics by BBC award-winning vocalist Christine Tobin, including favourites such as Everybody Knows, Tower Of Song, Dance Me To The End of Love and Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye. SAiling to Byzantium

An evocative collection of twelve works by W.B. Yeats, featuring love poems such as ‘When You Are Old’ and pieces that chart his desire to find a deeper spiritual truth, as in the epic ‘Sailing To Byzantium’. These poems are set to music by Christine Tobin, with Kate Shortt on the cello, Phil Robson guitar, Liam Noble piano and Dave Whitford double bass. Tickets £15 Concessions £2 off

See 3 shows for the price of 2! Buy 3 at the same time in advance and get the cheapest free!

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OCTOBER

Hull Truck Creative Learning Workshop

MON 28 - WED 30 10am - 4pm

THIRTEENTH NIGHT A Play in Three Days

A three-day drama project for 11 to 17 year olds which will be inspired by Shakespeare’s classic play Twelfth Night. Using some of the characters and themes from Twelfth Night as a starting point, the participants will devise a brand new piece of theatre to be performed for an invited audience of friends and family on the final day.

Tickets £40 (11-17 year olds)

NOVEMBER

FRI 8 - SAT 9

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My Romantic History By D.C. Jackson Director Madeleine Thorne

A comedy about love, loss and laminating machines. One moment you’re colleagues, and then Friday night drinks, a quick grope, and you’re an item. When Tom and Amy get together, they quickly find themselves living in each other’s pockets. But all too soon the ghosts of relationships past begin to interfere with the here and now.

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CREATIVE LEARNING - Get involved Hull Truck Theatre’s community engagement programme for all ages

Hull Truck Theatre believes in working with our community We create year-round opportunities to be enjoyed by everyone, from all ages and all backgrounds, and help people learn through drama and dance. Through this, we inspire young people and adults and empower them with selfconfidence, self-expression and creative career opportunities.

YOUTH THEATRE ACT III (over 55s) SCHOOLS WORKSHOPS YOUTH DANCE ADULT DRAMA FUN STUFF FOR THE HOLIDAYS YOUNG WRITERS ACTORS ENSEMBLE OUTREACH AND DISABILITY WORK

For more information about our work and how you can get involved, please visit

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Young Writers Festival Competition Hull Truck Theatre and First Hull Trains are proud to present the 6th annual competition for young writers. Open to anyone aged 10-18 who fancies giving playwriting a try, we are looking for short plays – 20 mins maximum – on the following theme: A Brief Moment of Happiness Stop. Take a moment. Look around you. Remember. What is happiness? Is it a smile? A thought? Is it a warm bright glow that you carry around with you or something that creeps up on you in the moment when you think life can’t

get any darker? Would you fight for your brief moment of happiness? Would you sacrifice everything for it? And if you could put it into words, what would you say?

All applicants must type their entries and include a front sheet with their name, age, address, the name of their school and a contact telephone number. Please post submissions to: Gemma Clark, Hull Truck Theatre, 50 Ferensway, Hull, HU2 8LB. Successful plays will be performed onstage, 23-26 April 2014. The closing date for submissions is Wednesday 22 January 2014.

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Sponsorship Opportunities Your business can access a broad audience and support local arts by becoming a corporate sponsor at Hull Truck Theatre. Hull Truck Theatre is not only a registered charity making a positive contribution to the city and its communities, it’s also an efficient business that gets local and national media coverage and welcomes up to 70,000 people through its doors each year. Why not join other local businesses in becoming a corporate sponsor at Hull Truck Theatre. As a sponsor of a production, season or youth theatre project, you could support valuable work whist your business also shares in our success story. Sponsoring or partnering the arts in a strategic way is proved to be a cost-effective and versatile marketing tool for all businesses. It is one of the most powerful ways to reinforce your company’s name, logo, product and services to targeted audiences whilst strengthening your links with the local community – a real chance to put something back.

to target new markets, engage staff and entertain clients whilst supporting one of the city’s greatest resources. Our Development Team are more than happy to discuss your requirements and ways in which you can support your local theatre. For further details, please call Jan Hornby on 01482 488245 or email jan.hornby@hulltruck.co.uk

We can offer sponsorship packages and partnerships that are creative and also tailored to your business needs and budget. This offers you the opportunity

Benefits of sponsoring the theatre could include: • High-level branding recognition / marketing opportunities • Complimentary tickets to performances • Media coverage • Discounted tickets for staff members • Promotional opportunities with Hull Truck Theatre • Invitations to VIP guest nights / opportunity to meet the cast • A chance to entertain important clients at events and performances

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Corporate Sponsors Adrenaline Advertising Apogee Corporation Bagel Nash BP Chemicals D3 Office Group First Hull Trains Hull Cars Hull City AFC Hull FC Hull Kingston Rovers RLFC JayJay Media Neil Hudgell Solicitors NPS Humber Ltd Oughtred & Harrison Prospect Shopping Centre Rollits Smith & Nephew Advanced Wound Management Stampagraphics University of Hull William Jackson Food Group Williamsons Solicitors Wold Top Brewery

Hull Truck gratefully acknowledges support from:

Trusts & Foundations BBC Children in Need Esmee Fairbairn Foundation Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust The Big Lottery – Awards for All The Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust The Sir James Reckitt Charitable Trust We also receive wonderful support from many private individuals: Truck Angels, Hull Truck Friends, Seat and Star sponsors,Text and Online donors.

“As our business became established in Hull we wanted to do something to support the city. We opted for Hull Truck Theatre because it has been here a long time, it has a dedicated core of fans and plays a major role in Hull’s bid to become the UK City of Culture. We are really excited about working in partnership with our local theatre.” Sara Hildreth, Director of Bagel Nash

“Hull Truck Theatre is a great local brand and they have had some brilliant shows there. A lot of our staff enjoy going to the performances and we find their corporate sponsorship packages to be very good value.” Martin Shaw, joint Managing Director of D3 Office Group

There are many ways you can support Hull Truck Theatre. As a theatre-goer you can join one of our membership schemes, or your company or business can support us through corporate membership, advertising and sponsorship; and anyone with a love of the theatre can make a donation. As a member not only will you get special ticket deals and priority booking, you will have the chance to get more involved in the work we do, both on and off stage.

Get involved - call the Development Team today on 01482 488245.

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THEATRE HIRE, EVENTS & HOSPITALITY Did you know that we also have conferencing and events facilities? Light and sound systems are available and great customer service comes as standard, so your event or meeting at Hull Truck Theatre will become a memorable occasion. From a conference in the Main House to a breakfast meeting in the foyer, our range of meeting rooms can cater from 8 to 430. Situated in a prime location with a secure car park and the Paragon Interchange within easy walking distance, we are perfectly placed to hold local, regional and national meetings and conferences. Hull Truck Theatre has a lot to offer and will aim to meet the client brief in whatever way possible to make your event as unique as possible. For more information, please contact our Events Team on 01482 488209 or email events@hulltruck.co.uk

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BOOKING INFORMATION Box Office Opening Times

By Telephone

In Person Mon 10am-5:30pm Tues-Sat 10am-7:45pm (10am-5:30pm+) Sun 5:30pm-7:45pm (Closed+)

Telephone Mon 10am-5:30pm Tues-Sat 10am-7:00pm (10am-5:30pm+) Sun 5:30pm-7:00pm (Closed+)

The box office is also closed on bank holidays. However, you can still book online at www.hulltruck.co.uk. A fee of 50p will apply for all card payments.

Phone: 01482 323638 Online: www.hulltruck.co.uk Exchanges and Refunds All tickets are non-refundable and not for re-sale. A ÂŁ1.50 admin fee will be charged for exchanges. For full terms and conditions please visit our website. Access requirements Our staff will be happy to help you with any access requirements, please mention these upon booking. Access tickets are not available online. Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome. Group discount rates Book 20+ tickets for a performance* and pay just ÂŁ10 each. For details about school education rates, please contact the box office.

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Royal Flush Company Company

8pm 8pm 8pm

13 13 13

Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Muddy Cows Shakespeare Schools Festival Shakespeare Schools Festival Shakespeare Schools Festival Shakespeare Schools Festival Jeremy Hardy Pride and Prejudice Pride and Prejudice Mark Thomas Treasure Island Treasure Island

7:45pm 2pm & 7:45pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 2pm & 7:45pm 7:45pm 2pm & 7:45pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 2pm & 7:45pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 2pm 11am & 2pm

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 22 12 12 22 18 18

Hull Dance Prize

7pm

24

A Play, A Pie and a Pint - Pride and Joy Ugly Sisters

6pm 8pm

17 13

Floating

8pm

14

Murder, Margaret & Me Murder, Margaret & Me

8pm 8pm

14 14

Brian Appleton

8pm

22

Monument to Charlie Chaplin Monument to Charlie Chaplin

7pm 7pm

14 14

My Romantic History My Romantic History

8pm 8pm

28 28

Eden End Eden End Eden End Eden End Carl Donnelly

8pm 8pm 8pm 2:30pm & 8pm 8pm

15 15 15 15 22

Hull Jazz Festival Hull Jazz Festival Hull Jazz Festival

7pm 5pm 4pm & 7:45pm

26 26 27

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The Events The Events The Events The Events The Events Twelfth Night Twelfth Night Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

7:45pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 7:45pm 2pm & 7:45pm 7:45pm 1pm & 7:45pm 10:30am & 7:45pm 1pm & 7:45pm

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7:45pm 9pm 8:30pm 3pm 7:45pm 7:45pm

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The Flame-Haired Dynamo

2pm & 7:45pm

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Stand-up Comedy DANCE MUSIC Creative Learning Hull Jazz Festival

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DECEMBER Tuesday 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday 5 Friday 6 Saturday 7 Monday 9 Tuesday 10 Wednesday 11 Thursday 12 Friday 13 Saturday14 Monday 16 Tuesday 17 Wednesday 18 Thursday 19 Friday 20 Saturday 21 Monday 23 Tuesday 24 Friday 27 Saturday 28 Monday 30 Tuesday 31

Little Red Riding Hood

1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

10:30am & 1:30pm

7

TThe Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm

7

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

2pm & 7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

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Little Red Riding Hood

1pm

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Hull Truck Theatre productions Visiting Main Theatre Visiting Studio Theatre A Play, a Pie and a Pint Family Fun

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Songs of Solidarity, Suffrage and Strength

8pm

15

A Play, a Pie and a Pint - Heel

6pm

17

Flesh

8pm

15

Choose Your Own Documentary

8pm

23

Lucy Porter

8pm

23

Saturday 15

Children's Theatre Birthday Party

10:30am & 1:30pm

19

Monday 17

Jack at Beanstalk Cafe

11am & 2pm

19

Tuesday 18

Family Theatre Tour

11am & 2pm

19

Grisly Tales

11am & 2pm

19

Hull Truck Play Day

10am - 4pm

19

JANUARY Thursday 2 Friday 3

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Little Red Riding Hood

1pm & 4pm

7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Monday 6

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Tuesday 7

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Wednesday 8

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

2pm & 7:45pm

5

Thursday 9

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Friday 10

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

7:45pm

5

Saturday 11

The Flame-Haired Dynamo

2pm & 7:45pm

5

Saturday 4

Wednesday 22 Friday 24

Folk in Hull

7:45pm

25

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February Saturday 1

Sean Hughes

7:45pm

22

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Wednesday 19 Thursday 20 Friday 21

The Fish's Wishes

11am & 2pm

19

A Play, A Pie and a Pint - Campaigner

6pm

17

Friday 7

Egusi Soup

8pm

16

Saturday 8

Egusi Soup

8pm

16

Hammer & Tongs

8pm

16

Hammer & Tongs

8pm

16

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march Thursday 6

We Will Be Free

7:45pm

12

Monday 10

Chris Ramsey

7:45pm

23

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Three Little Pigs

12:15pm, 2pm & 4:30pm

20

Saturday 15

Ruby Turner Band

7:45pm

25

Tuesday 18

Verve 14

7:45pm

24

Friday 14

Thursday 20

Death and Gardening

8pm

16

Friday 21

Death and Gardening

8pm

16

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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 parking is available at St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, ONLY £1 AFTER 6PM located right next door to Hull Truck Theatre. Parking is only £1 after 6pm. 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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