Lyric Hammersmith Spring / Summer 07 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Here at the Lyric, we believe in creating thrilling, multi-dimensional theatre that captures your imagination. Last season we collaborated with Vesturport, Frantic Assembly and Melly Still to bring you enthralling live experiences. This season we once again bring together some of the most inspiring theatremakers around — artists from Shunt, Gecko, Stan Won’t Dance and Blind Summit, and companies such as Wishbone and Signal to Noise — to bring you stories of ghosts, angels, dragons and love. We’re also excited to be launching the first Lyric Young Company season in July, when budding 14-19 year olds from all over West London take over the Lyric with two exciting new shows. We hope to see you here soon. David Farr Artistic Director
A retelling of the great Indian epic Written and directed by David Farr Do you believe in undying love? The Lyric’s trademark combination of thrilling storytelling and theatrical exuberance journeys to India in David Farr’s retelling of one of the greatest love stories of all time.
‘One of the most absorbing highlights of
Exiled from the serene palaces of their homeland and plunged into the deep forests of Southern India, the passionate love of Rama and Sita is put to the test — as demons, goddesses and an army of monkeys do battle for their hearts.
‘This ancient epic seems as fresh as on the day it was first told’ HHHH The Guardian on David Farr’s The Odyssey Music by Shri Design by Ti Green Movement direction by Amit Lahav Puppetry by Blind Summit Lighting by Jackie Shemesh Sound by Nick Manning Produced by Kate McGrath of Fuel A LYRIC HAMMERSMITH, BRISTOL OLD VIC AND WEST YORKSHIRE PLAYHOUSE PRODUCTION
Main House See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 11s 9 February – 10 March 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photography: Barnaby Roper. Illustration: Marcus James
Joining forces with collaborators including Amit Lahav (Gecko), Blind Summit (Anthony Minghella’s Madame Butterfly, Low Life) and leading light of the Asian music scene, Shri (of Badmarsh & Shri), Farr creates a highly physical and visually stunning new adaptation that takes you on a heady journey from the darkness of the jungle to the lights of Diwali.
the year.’ Daily Telegraph on David Farr’s Metamorphosis
Adapted by Nell Leyshon Based on Don’t Look Now by Daphne du Maurier Conceived and directed by Lucy Bailey Do you believe in ghosts? Following the death of their young daughter, John and Laura visit Venice to try to escape their grief. But when the couple meet two aged sisters, one of whom claims to have psychic visions of the dead girl, strange things start to happen. Tension mounts as John and Laura are led through a maze of canals and alleyways towards a dark and terrifying climax. Following their acclaimed hit, Comfort Me With Apples, director Lucy Bailey and playwright Nell Leyshon join forces again to bring this cult supernatural thriller to the stage.
‘A visually stunning theatrical treat.’ Time Out on Comfort Me With Apples
‘A shatteringly powerful and inventive production.’ Daily Telegraph on Lucy Bailey’s Titus Andronicus Design by Mike Britton Lighting by Chris Davey Sound by Nicholas Briggs A SHEFFIELD THEATRES PRODUCTION
Main House See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 14s 13 – 31 March 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
The Unholy and Illustrious History of
Created by beggarsbelief Do you believe in dragons? England. The umpteenth century. A baby is born with curious birthmarks: a cross, and what appears to be a dragon. This strange boy is possessed of unusual powers and has one simple conviction: he must kill a dragon. So begins a quest that takes him to the extremities of the known world, taking on Saracen armies and wading through blood and fire. Will he ever find the dragon he seeks?
‘The actions and invention are such fun, for young and old.’ The Times ‘Superb special effects… dazzling.’ HHHHH Birmingham Mail
Following its highly successful Christmas season at Warwick Arts Centre and previous hits Ben Hur and Jason and the Argonauts, beggarsbelief weave together myths and legends into an epic full of sizzling theatrical invention, live music and circus artistry.
Directed by Carl Heap Written by Carl Heap and Tom Morris Musical direction by Jon Boden Design by Miriam Nabarro Costume by Mila Sanders Lighting by Mark Dymock
Remember — there’s no smoke without fire… and there’s no fire without dragons!
A BEGGARSBELIEF AND WARWICK ARTS CENTRE CO-PRODUCTION
Main House See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 7s 3 – 14 April 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Based on the book by Colin MacInnes Adapted by Roy Williams Directed by Liam Steel Do you believe in freedom? London 1958. Teenagers are blowing away the cobwebs of post-war life — the absolute beginners are creating the world anew. A Vespa-riding young photographer takes a trip through the gritty and glamorous streets of West London chasing the love of his life. But behind the jazz, sex and drugs of the new age lies a simmering cauldron of racial hatred that threatens to ignite at any moment.
New Musical Express
‘British physical theatre at its finest.’ New York Times on Liam Steel’s company, Stan Won’t Dance
Music by Soweto Kinch Design by Lizzie Clachan Sound by Nick Manning Produced by Kate McGrath of Fuel A LYRIC HAMMERSMITH PRODUCTION
Main House See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 14s 26 April – 26 May 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Clare Shilland
Roy Williams, one of the foremost black British playwrights of his generation (FallOut, Sing Yer Heart Out For the Lads) and dance theatre director Liam Steel (Stan Won’t Dance, DV8) collaborate with Lizzie Clachan of Shunt and Mercury Music Prize winner Soweto Kinch to create an explosively physical evocation of sexual liberalism, gang culture and racial tension.
‘MacInnes caught it first — and best.’
Part One: Millennium Approaches Part Two: Perestroika By Tony Kushner Do you believe in angels? An epic story of divine intervention, Angels in America is one of the defining works of 20th century drama. In a New York turned upside down by the chaotic energy of the 1980s and the destructive terror of AIDS, Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize winner weaves together private and public Reagan-era lives in a vivid dissection of relationships, of survival and of faith — of all that makes us human.
Make this the theatrical event of the year! Double Bill on Saturdays and Sundays See both parts and save
Daily Telegraph on Daniel Kramer
‘A vast, miraculous play… provocative, witty.’ New York Times ‘The broadest, deepest, most searching play of our time.’ Newsweek Directed by Daniel Kramer Design by Soutra Gilmour Lighting by Charles Balfour Costume by Mark Bouman Sound by Carolyn Downing A HEADLONG THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION WITH LYRIC HAMMERSMITH AND CITIZENS THEATRE GLASGOW
Main House See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 12s 20 June – 22 July 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Tim Brightmore. Image Design: Eureka!
In the first UK revival since its premiere at the National Theatre, this two-part masterpiece is directed by Daniel Kramer (Bent, West End; Woyzeck and Hair at the Gate Theatre) and features the awardwinning Greg Hicks and Ann Mitchell.
‘A director of extraordinary flair.’
Created by Will Adamsdale and Chris Branch
Created by Madrugada Leo Kay’s first show for his new physical performance company, Madrugada, is directed by B-boy and hip hop theatre pioneer Benji Reid, last at the Lyric with 13 Mics/The Pugilist.
A man flips out and searches a city for the owner of a receipt. Is he a hero or an idiot? The hit of the Edinburgh Fringe 2006 (Fringe First and Total Theatre Awards), The Receipt is a witty exploration of the absurdities of modern life told by two men, a filing cabinet and a Moog, created by Will Adamsdale (Jackson’s Way) and sonic artist Chris Branch.
Fusing text, physical performance and a striking set by surreal theatre-makers Faulty Optic, this magical show tells the story of self-proclaimed architect Mr Sole Abode. Unable to function under the stresses and strains of contemporary material society, he chooses to opt out of a life valued by possessions — and to live in a fridge instead. Conceived, created and performed by Leo Kay Directed by Benji Reid Written by Leo Kay and Benji Reid Set design by Faulty Optic Sound design by Dan Steele Lighting by Mark Distin Produced by Talita Moffatt
‘A superb, almost Gogol-like meditation on the fate of the little man in the big 21st-century city.’ HHHH The Scotsman
Produced by Fuel in association with BAC Commissioned by BAC
Studio See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 10s 23 January – 10 February 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Greg Piggot
Devised and performed by Will Adamsdale and Chris Branch Sound by Chris Branch Lighting by Adam Bullock and Douglas Bonallack
A MADRUGADA PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH CONTACT THEATRE, MANCHESTER AND WEEKEND ARTS COLLEGE
Studio See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 10s 28 Feburary – 17 March 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Elisita Kemp. Image Design: Dan Julian
‘A real cracker... This is a show that makes you yearn to get off the hamster wheel and make a bid for freedom.’ HHHH The Guardian
Created by Dende Collective Created by Wishbone
Journey to the dusty drylands of the North East Brazilian outback, far away from the exotic beaches of Copacabana. In a world of poverty and ignorance, two people fall wildly in love…
Integrating movement, text, design and filmic influences, visual theatre-makers Wishbone create theatre that immerses you in the moment. Heralded by The Guardian as a company to watch following its award-winning debut, Scapegoat (Edinburgh Fringe 2002), Wishbone’s latest show transforms the Studio with a funny and touching story that unfolds in and around the audience.
Dende Collective, previously at the Lyric with the surreal and sensual Dona Flor and her Two Husbands and The Piranha Lounge, return with the European premiere of this award-winning play by one of Brazil’s most talented playwrights. Blending physical performance, poetry and live music, Dende create an intimate tale of mystery, prejudice and enduring love.
Somewhere in the city, surveyor Sarah works through a series of derelict properties awaiting demolition. Deep in the heart of the one of these buildings, Gary holds out against an eviction order. As their stories unravel, their private worlds are rocked by some surprising events. Are they really alone? Or is somebody else out there too?
‘Dende Collective provides a terrifying force with universal relevance.’ Metro ‘...enough moments of tropical theatrical magic in evidence here to warm the most wintered audience’s hearts’ Time Out on
‘A company you just know has a great future.’ The Guardian
Written by Newton Moreno Directed by Andre Pink Translated by Mark O’Thomas
Studio See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 14s 8 – 26 May 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Ming Wong
Studio See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 14s 20 April – 5 May 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Camilla Watson
Devised and performed by Karen Glossop and Paul Murray In collaboration with John Terry Music and sound design by Nigel Piper Lighting by Ben Pacey Movement direction by Sue Nash
Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands
Photos, top to bottom: Vanishing Point. Photo Matthew Lenton; Lightwork. Photo Pau Ros; Jake Oldershaw
Created by Signal to Noise Two scientists, stranded in the middle of nowhere — trying to make sense of the strange and hostile world around them. Nothing for company but an old wireless. But as the radio waves begin to rise up, will they sink or swim? Performed entirely without words, Longwave comes to the Lyric following an acclaimed UK tour. Directed by multi-award winning director/writer Chris Goode, creator of site-specific and theatrebased adventures including We Must Perform a Quirkafleeg! and Homemade, both performed in the homes of audience members, and the offbeat Escapology, Longwave is a seductively bleak comedy with a tender heart. And an itchy beard.
Financial Times on Homemade
Here at the Lyric we’re working all year round to bring you thrilling and unconventional theatre. Telling new stories, trying new techniques and working collaboratively mean artists need time to take risks and develop ideas. So, this spring, alongside shows in the season programme, new works are in development for future seasons with artists including Angela Clerkin, Punchdrunk, Wishbone, Gecko, Jake Oldershaw, Vanishing Point and a seven-piece Kosovan band, Lightwork, Marisa Carnesky and Will Power.
Directed by Chris Goode Devised by Chris Goode, Tom Lyall and Jamie Wood Design by Janet Bird
Join the Studio email list at www.lyric.co.uk and look out for announcements of sneak previews and showings, where your feedback could inform the future direction of a new work!
‘This wordless and highly eloquent piece reels you in until there is no surrender.’ HHHH The Guardian ‘A glorious experience... clever, thoughtful, big hearted’
Studio See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 10s 19 – 30 June 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
Photo: Andrew Fleming
A SIGNAL TO NOISE AND THE CORN EXCHANGE, NEWBURY PRODUCTION
theMIX is a groundbreaking artist development programme supporting a new generation of diverse artists and companies to develop and create new work at the Lyric. theMIX is made possible by the generous support of Deutsche Bank.
West London’s most talented young performers join forces with some of the UK’s finest theatre makers to present the debut season of the Lyric Young Company. Witness the future of UK theatre in action!
Created by Amici Dance Theatre Company Six mothers have lost their children. As tales of drug abuse, honour killing, homelessness, illegal immigration and prostitution emerge at the inquest into their children’s deaths, they ask, could they have been prevented? This thought-provoking and beautiful piece fuses music, dance and text.
Created by Mark Murphy
‘Totally and utterly inspiring.’ The Guardian on Amici’s 20/20
Main House See back pages for times and prices. Not recommended for under 10s 7 – 9 June 08700 500 511 www.lyric.co.uk
The Times on Mark Murphy’s The Night Shift
Created by Dende Collective Enter the bizarre world of the Luna Club. Meet fugitives and Amazon Indians and hear small communities share enormous secrets. Guided by the hand of Anglo-Brazilian theatre company Dende Collective, the Lyric Young Company invokes a magical world inspired by well-known Latin American writers. Enter at your own risk!
‘Insanely magical.’ Time Out on Dende
Collective’s The Piranha Lounge — Critics Choice
NT Connections returns to the Lyric in 2007 to fill the Main House and Studio for three packed days of performances by young people across London and the South East. Established twelve years ago in response to widespread demand for challenging new plays for
young people to perform, NT Connections is one of the world’s largest celebrations of youth theatre. Featuring world-class writers, this years’ festival includes plays by Roy Williams, Dennis Kelly, Bryony Lavery and the Lyric’s David Farr.
16 – 18 April
Stay tuned for more info…
Photos: Robert Day
Photo: Sheila Burnett
The Lyric’s resident dance theatre company, Amici integrate disabled and non-disabled performers to challenge conventional attitudes to disability and the arts. In Elegy, director Wolfgang Stange collaborates with Julian Crouch of Improbable and playwright Julia Pascal to create images and stories that will strike you in the instant and linger in your mind.
Starting with news stories and random incidents from the local paper, Accidental Heroes weaves together the inconsequential and the life changing, the sublime and the ridiculous to form a highly physical and visually stunning new show, created by award-winning writer/director Mark Murphy (1984 at the Lyric, The Night Shift) and the Lyric Young Company.
Be a part of it — join for £5! For a chance to take your turn on the Lyric stage, plus cheap tickets, workshops and events and backstage access, join the Lyric Young Company. Find out how theatre REALLY works. If you live or go to school in West London, sign up to the LYC e-list at www.lyric.co.uk to find out more.
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Spring Half Term
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Easter Delights Created by Indefinite Articles Explore your imagination and get messy in a truly interactive and squidgy theatre experience!
Created by Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company
20 – 24 February
Image © Mo Willems 2003
The friendly bus driver has one simple instruction for you: don’t let the pigeon drive the bus! But the pigeon is very clever. He whines, bribes, pleads and even sings a song to get his own way… Will YOU let him drive the bus?! This lively show is full of fun, feathers and lots of audience participation — the perfect half term treat! For ages 3+
Enter a world of fabulous forms, amazing animals and morphing monsters as the award-winning Indefinite Articles transform everyday clay into extraordinary stories. Clown around with the performers then create a story to be acted out on stage. Plus, mould your own clay model and have it photographed and displayed online! For ages 3 – 6 AN INDEFINITE ARTICLES PRODUCTION IN COLLABORATION WITH THEATRE IS...
3 – 7 April
Summer Half Term — It’s Back! Created by Graeae Theatre Company Roll Up, Roll Up for the Biggest Littlest Show in the World! Meet Frieda and the Frantz family, the world-famous travelling performers of the best Snow White story you’ll ever see. But there’s a problem, Snow White has done a bunk with the Prince! A witty and unique re-telling of the Snow White story by award-winning playwright Mike Kenny and Graeae Theatre Company, renowned for creating fully accessible shows that appeal to disabled and non-disabled audiences alike. For ages 7+
Created by Fevered Sleep Splish, splash and make a dash as the sell-out hit of last season returns with its drips, trickles and downpours! Fountains spout from plugholes in the floor, umbrellas descend from the roof and rain clouds bring bursts of showers. Revel in puddles of interactive fun in this magical treat for all the family featuring — you guessed it — rather a lot of water. For ages 3 – 4
A GRAEAE THEATRE COMPANY AND BIRMINGHAM REPERTORY THEATRE COMPANY PRODUCTION
A FEVERED SLEEP AND LYRIC HAMMERSMITH PRODUCTION
21 – 24 March
30 May – 9 June
The Lyric’s regular programme of children’s shows take place each Saturday. Spring/Summer highlights include The Spaceman by Blind Summit and The Magnificent Flying Machine by Garlic Theatre. Pick up a Lyric Children brochure or visit www.lyric.co.uk for details.
Date for the diary: following last year’s Easter Parade, the Lyric continues its tradition of family fun with a day-long, summer theatre festival, jam-packed with interactive shows and free events for all the family by some of the world’s most exciting theatre-makers.
20 January – 19 May
Stay tuned for more info...
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Tickets 08700 500 511 or www.lyric.co.uk (no booking fees) Adults £13, £17, £23, £27 Ticket Price Exceptions
St George and the Dragon Adults £13, £17, £20, £23 Elegy Adults £13, £17
Under 16s and Concessions* £10 Students / 16-25s* £7 Special Offers £9 Nights
All tickets £9 on selected performances. Early booking is advised — see calendar for details.
FREE First Night
Do you live or work in Hammersmith & Fulham? Then come to the first night of many of our shows for FREE — see calendar for details. Come to the Ticket Office in person, with proof of your home or work address, from 9.30am the Saturday before the Free First Night and collect your tickets.
£5 Friends Nights
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£44 for 4 Family Ticket Offer
Available for all performances. Must include at least one child (under 16) and be booked before the opening night of each production. Not available online.
20% Off Combo Offer
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£9 Schools and Colleges
Available on all tickets for selected performances. Email email@example.com or call 08700 500 511 for more information. *Concession, 16-25 and Student tickets: limited availability on all performances. Must be collected from the Ticket Office with proof of entitlement. Concession tickets: available to senior citizens, unwaged, people with disabilities. 16-25 and Student tickets: Full-time students only. Maximum of 2 tickets per booking; does not apply to school/college groups.
Ramayana Fri 9 February Sat 10 February Mon 12 February Tue 13 February Wed 14 February Thu 15 February Fri 16 February Sat 17 February Mon 19 February Tue 20 February Wed 21 February 1.30 Thu 22 February Fri 23 February Sat 24 February Mon 26 February Tue 27 February Wed 28 February Thu 1 March Fri 2 March Sat 3 March 2.30 OC F Mon 5 March Tue 6 March Wed 7 March 1.30 Thu 8 March Fri 9 March Sat 10 March 2.30
7.30 FFN 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 F 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 P 7.30 £9 F 7.30 £9 7.30 7.30 £9 7.30 7.30 7.30 MC 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30
Don’t Look Now Tue 13 March Wed 14 March Thu 15 March Fri 16 March Sat 17 March
7.30 £9 7.30 £9 P 7.30 £9 F 7.30 OC 7.30
Mon 19 March Tue 20 March Wed 21 March Thu 22 March Fri 23 March Sat 24 March 2.30 Mon 26 March Tue 27 March Wed 28 March Thu 29 March Fri 30 March Sat 31 March 2.30 F
7.30 £9 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 F 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30
St George and the Dragon Tue 3 April Wed 4 April 2.30 £9 Thu 5 April 2.30 £9 Fri 6 April Sat 7 April 2.30 Tue 10 April Wed 11 April 2.30 Thu 12 April Fri 13 April 2.30 Sat 14 April 2.30 F
7.00 £9 7.00 £9 F 7.00 £9 P 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00
Absolute Beginners Thu 26 April Fri 27 April Sat 28 April Mon 30 April Tue 1 May Wed 2 May Thu 3 May Fri 4 May Sat 5 May Tue 8 May Wed 9 May 1.30 Thu 10 May Fri 11 May Sat 12 May Mon 14 May Tue 15 May Wed 16 May Thu 17 May Fri 18 May Sat 19 May 2.30 OC Mon 21 May Tue 22 May Wed 23 May Thu 24 May Fri 25 May Sat 26 May 2.30 F
7.30 FFN 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 F 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 P 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 MC 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 F 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30
Elegy Thu 7 June Fri 8 June 1.30 Sat 9 June
7.30 £9 P 7.30 7.30
HaHaHammersmith Sun 10 June
Angels in America Part 1 Wed 20 June 7.30 FFN Thu 21 June Fri 22 June 7.30 £9 F Sat 23 June Mon 25 June 7.30 £9 Tue 26 June 2.00 £9 P Thu 28 June Fri 29 June Sat 30 June 2.00 Sun 1 July 2.00 Tue 3 July 7.30 Wed 4 July 7.30 Thu 5 July Fri 6 July 7.30 Sat 7 July 2.00 F Sun 8 July 2.00 Tue 10 July 7.30 MC Wed 11 July 7.30 Thu 12 July Fri 13 July 7.30 Sat 14 July 2.00 Sun 15 July 2.00 Tue 17 July 7.30 Wed 18 July 7.30 Thu 19 July Fri 20 July 7.30 Sat 21 July 2.00 Sun 22 July 2.00
Part 2 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 7.30 £9 P 7.30 7.30 F 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 F 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30
FFN / FREE First Night MC / Meet the Company An opportunity to meet the actors and artists after the show and ask questions. OC / Open Captioned Performance The full text of the performance can be viewed on a text box by the stage for people with hearing impairments. £9 / £9 Nights F / £5 Friends Nights P / Press Night
Your Hand in Mine Tickets 08700 500 511 or www.lyric.co.uk (no booking fees) Adults £12 U16s and Concessions* £7 Students / 16-25s* £7 Special Offers £7 Nights — all tickets £7 £5 Friends Nights £2 Off Group Offer £7 Schools and Colleges Refer to the Main House for full details on concessions, special offer terms and conditions, and the calendar key.
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Mr Sole Abode
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Whiter than Snow
£7 £7 £7 P £7 F MC
Wed 21 March 1.30 Thu 22 March 1.30 £7 Fri 23 March Sat 24 March 3.00 £7
7.00 P 7.00 7.00
The Magnificent Flying Machine Main House Adults £13, £17 U16s and Concessions* £7
Tue 8 May Wed 9 May Thu 10 May Fri 11 May Sat 12 May Mon 14 May Tue 15 May Wed 16 May Thu 17 May Fri 18 May Sat 19 May Mon 21 May Tue 22 May Wed 23 May Thu 24 May Fri 25 May Sat 26 May
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Tickets 08700 500 511 or www.lyric.co.uk (no booking fees)
Special Offers £9 Nights — all tickets £9 £36 for 4 Family Ticket Offer £7 Schools and Colleges £5 LYC Members
Adults £8 Children and Concessions £6
Studio Adults £10 U16s and Concessions* £7
£6 Schools and Colleges
Special Offers £7 Nights — all tickets £7 £32 for 4 Family Ticket Offer £6 Schools and Colleges £5 LYC Members Refer to the Main House for full details on concessions, special offer terms and conditions, and the calendar key.
Sat 24 March
Special Offers £24 for 4 Family Ticket Offer
3.00 3.00 3.00
The Adventures of Tom Thumb My Dad is a DJ and My Mum is Too
Ticket Price Exceptions Whiter than Snow
Sat 12 May
Sat 28 April
Adults £12 Children and Concessions £7
Quest to Coyote Canyon
Special Offers £32 for 4 Family Ticket Offer £7 Schools and Colleges
And the Rain Falls Down
Sat 27 January
Sat 19 May
Bird in the Hand Sat 3 February
Bare Toed in the Garden 8.00 £7 8.00 P 8.00 8.00
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Wed 1 August Thu 2 August Fri 3 August Sat 4 August
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Claytime Tue 3 April Wed 4 April Thu 5 April Fri 6 April Sat 7 April Sat 14 April
Thu 2 August 7.30 £9 Fri 3 August 7.30 P Sat 4 August 2.30 £9 7.30
The Luna Club
Must include at least one child.
Sat 10 February
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Tue 20 February Wed 21 February Thu 22 February Fri 23 February Sat 24 February
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Ball Pond Bobby Sat 3 March
The Elves and the Shoemaker Sat 10 March
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Travelling to the Lyric
By Tube District, Piccadilly and Hammersmith & City lines to Hammersmith (2 minutes walk from the theatre).
Lyric Hammersmith Lyric Square King Street London W6 0QL
By Bus 9, 10, 27, 33, 72,190, 209, 211, 220, 266, 267, 283, 295, 391, 419, H91 By Car The Lyric is outside the congestion charging zone and there is a large and inexpensive car park nearby on Glenthorne Road. Please note that after 8.30pm the car park can only be accessed via its entrance on Beadon Road.
Telephone: 08700 500 511 Fax: 020 8741 5965 Email: email@example.com www.lyric.co.uk
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Café Brera on Lyric Square is open all day, seven days a week and Café Brera upstairs is open from 6pm till late on performance nights. Plus why not take advantage of the upstairs terrace during the warm summer months, high above the bustle of Lyric Square and King Street. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, the Café Brera office on 020 8741 6804 or the Café direct on 020 8741 6840.
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Café Brera is famous for its high quality Italian food. The Café offers award-winning coffee, delicious pastries, mouth-watering panini and antipasti as well as a fully licensed bar with a good selection of draft beers and an excellent range of Italian wines. Café Brera also provides special meals for schools and children’s birthday parties, and caters for special events and functions.
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We are committed to ensuring the Lyric is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities. For a copy of our access guide please call 08700 500 511 or visit www.lyric.co.uk.
This brochure is available in large print format. Please call 08700 500 511 or email email@example.com for a copy.
Lyric Hammersmith Main entrance on Lyric Square
Food and drink at the Lyric
The Main House and Studio have level access, lifts to all levels, wheelchair seats and accessible toilets. There is an Infra Red Sennheiser system and an Induction Loop in both spaces. If you want to make use of these facilities please tell the Ticket Office when you book your tickets so that they can recommend the best seats for good reception. We also have regular Open Captioned and Audio Described performances — see calendar for details.
Hammersmith & City Line
Visitors with disabilities
District / Piccadilly Line & The Broadway Centre
City Inn sponsors a variety of visual and performing arts events and is proud to support the Lyric Hammersmith. www.cityinn.com All information contained in this brochure was correct at the time of going to press but the management reserves the right to make changes where necessary.
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The Independent, 2006
Lyric Hammersmith Lyric Square, King Street, London W6 0QL
Lyric Hammersmith is a Registered Charity, No. 278518
Artistic Director David Farr Executive Director Jessica Hepburn