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AUTUMN 2011 8 SEPTEMBER - 28 JANUARY

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WELCOME So far our tenth Birthday year has gone with quite a bang The New Wolsey Theatre has celebrated its tenth anniversary in a unique rock ‘n’ roll panto and glamorous Guys and Dolls style with two fundraising galas that raised over £15,000. As a registered charity, these funds will play a vital part in helping the theatre to continue to present work of the highest quality and greatest accessibility so a huge thank you to everyone that supported these events.

CONTENTS PG 04 About Us PG 06 20TH CENTURY BOY PG 08 ROMEO AND JULIET SHERLOCK HOLMES…THE LAST ACT! PG 09 INVISIBLE PG 10 THE DUKE’S HEADLINERS COMEDY CLUB JACK SHEPPARD

We must also thank our audiences for continuing to support the theatre through simply purchasing tickets and helping us to spread the word about our work to friends, family and colleagues. It is with this support that we have almost reached one million ticket sales since opening in 2001. We hope to end the season celebrating our millionth ticket purchase.

PG 11 ONE MONKEY DON’T STOP NO SHOW IN THE DUST PG 12 UNDER 12’s / UNDER 18's COMEDY THE CHEAP FLIGHTS TOUR PG 13 TARTUFFE PG 14 SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL FLHIP FLHOP PG 15 Access Pull Out PG 19 VILLAGE WELL AND GUESTS THREE PHANTOMS PG 20 DONS OF COMEDY DICK TURPIN’S LAST RIDE PG 21 SHAKATAK ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING PASSION

Tickets from just £8.50, and look out for our special treat for you…

Could it be you? To continue our Birthday festivities, £10 tickets are available for every performance. Look out for the special logo. Enjoy!

PG 22 ROBIN HOOD AND THE BABES IN THE WOOD PG 24 Childrens Shows / Storymaker PG 26 Café Bar / Dinner and Show

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PG 27 Get in touch / Under 26 Offer PG 28 Discounts and Concessions PG 29 Seating Plan and Prices PG 30 Diary

Reg in England: 03982202 Reg Charity No: 1082016 The New Wolsey Theatre gratefully acknowledges the continuing support of The Wolsey Theatre Club


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PHOTOS: MIKE KWASNIAK

Business Services

The New Wolsey Theatre would like to thank the following for their help and support during the spring season with our fundraising and the development of our corporate partnerships (in alphabetical order): B  asepoint C  larice House G  reene King T  he Greyhound Ipswich Town Football Club P  retty's Solicitors R  amada Encore S  uffolk New College S  uffolk Chamber of Commerce T  he Hearing Care Centre T  he New Wolsey Friends T  ownhouse a  nd 10 years support from The Wolsey Theatre Club

The New Wolsey Theatre’s Business Services offer a range of ways through which a company can get more involved with the theatre such as:

Do you want to learn more about your theatre, the show and what really happens behind the scenes?

Love your theatre Well from just £30 you can join the newly launched Friends Scheme and get to know us better. With exclusive behind the scenes access and an exciting range of added extras this is the perfect way to become more involved and support the theatre. Single donations made to the theatre’s fundraising campaign so far this year have reached an amazing £12,000 and this is how your money could help…

£10 could buy the sheriff’s hat for Panto £  100 could pay for our Creative Learning Team to deliver a workshop in a school £  1000 could pay for two audio described accessible performances £  10,000 could pay for a production to tour to schools and community venues

 ponsor a show or project s join the New Wolsey Theatre’s Culture Club s  upport local youth and community work b  ecome part of successful online campaigns use the theatre for meetings and conferences Benefits include:

y ear round entertainment for you, your staff and your clients

innovative marketing and publicity opportunities

a  ccess to new customers / clients staff development and team building increased company brand awareness a  chievement of social responsibility objectives If you are interested in hearing more then please contact our Development Officer, Sarah Norton: 01473 295 924 or snorton@wolseytheatre.co.uk


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THE NEW WOLSEY THEATRE presents

THU 8 SEPTEMBER to SAT 1 OCTOBER

20th CENTURY BOY

WRITTEN BY / Peter Rowe in association with Gary Lloyd, based on an

original idea by Brian Dunham, Colin Giffin and Nicky Graham MUSIC AND LYRICS / Marc Bolan DIRECTOR / Gary Lloyd

The world premiere of this new musical explodes onto the New Wolsey stage this autumn. Featuring some of the greatest rock songs ever written 20th Century Boy is a celebration of the life of Marc Bolan and his band T.Rex. Rocker, poet, electric warrior, king of glam, godfather of punk – Marc Bolan tried many styles on for size in his search to become a superstar. Before his tragic death in 1977, a few days short of his 30th birthday, Bolan lived life at breakneck speed, creating a series of iconic images, a string of number one hits and an army of obsessive fans. This dynamic new musical looks behind the glitter and the sequins to discover what drove the “bard of Hackney” to become “bigger than the Beatles”. Packed with 70’s hits including Ride a White Swan, Metal Guru, Get It On, I Love to Boogie, Children of the Revolution, and of course, the title track 20th Century Boy!

Be the first to see this spectacular new musical. www.wolseytheatre.co.uk EVES / 7.45pm

- with the following exceptions...

Coming direct from work? Need to catch a train? To accommodate your plans, we are presenting performances at 7.00pm on the following dates: EARLY SHOW TIMES / 7.00pm on Fri 9, Tue 13, Fri 16 (the anniversary of Marc’s death), Tue 20, Fri 23, Tue 27 and Fri 30 September (the anniversary of Marc’s birthday and an opportunity to honour the King of Glam by dressing up in his honour) MATINEES / Wed

14, Sat 17, Wed 21, Sat 24, Wed 28 September and Sat 1 October at 2.30pm

£10 Special: All tickets £10 on Thu 8, Fri 9, Sat 10 & Mon 12 September Group Special: All tickets £10 for Groups 10+  on Wednesday 14 September

Post-Show Talk Thursday 22 September

Audio Described Performance Saturday 24 September at 2.30pm Pre-show touch tour at 1.30pm

Captioned Performance Thursday 29 September at 7.45pm


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A TRANSPORT/NEW WOLSEY THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION

TUE 4 to SAT 8 OCTOBER

THU 13 to SAT 15 OCTOBER

NIGHT LIGHT THEATRE COMPANY presents

ROMEO AND JULIET

"Give me my Romeo; and, when I shall die, take him and cut him out in little stars, and he will make the face of heaven so fine..." Shakespeare’s most powerful story of tragic love is set here in a Verona unlike any ever seen; one filled with music, magic and passion. Here old feuds are given new life, as an array of beautiful puppets combine with an ensemble of performers to retell Shakespeare’s story of passion, beauty, lust and pride. Focusing heavily on creative theatre making, imagination and vivid theatrical storytelling, Night Light set out to inspire, excite and entertain in this unique interpretation of Romeo and Juliet, performed in just 75 minutes. This production has been co-commissioned by The Junction and the New Wolsey Theatre, and is supported by Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts.

www.nightlighttheatre.co.uk TIMES / Tue

4 Oct at 10.30am & 7.00pm Wed 5 at 2.30pm & 7.00pm Thu 6 at 10.30am & 2.00pm Fri 7 at 10.30am & 2.00pm Sat 8 at 2.30pm & 7.00pm

Post-Show Talk After each performance

INVISIBLE WRITTEN BY / Tena DIRECTED BY / Douglas Rintoul CHOREOGRAPHED BY / Darren Johnston

SUN 9 OCTOBER MAKIN PROJECTS presents ROGER LLEWELLYN in

SHERLOCK HOLMES… THE LAST ACT! Previously Roger Llewellyn thrilled our audience with Sherlock Holmes... the Death and Life. Now, by popular demand, Llewellyn's Sherlock Holmes... the last act, comes to the New Wolsey Theatre. The world's greatest fictional detective confronts the most complex case of all… his own psyche - exploring the mind of the real man – not 'the thinking machine', a passionate and secretive man, with a cutting sense of humour. Stripping away his infamous clinical façade, Holmes reveals unexpected fears and weaknesses.

“In these elegant hands, this is Holmes as you’ve always imagined him - but with a cutting sense of humour” Sunday Express

www.rogerllewellyn.co.uk TIME /

7.45pm

Anton is forced to leave his village and finds himself 16 floors above a city cleaning windows, Malik’s on a beach looking towards a country where women walk around half-naked - apparently, Dialo’s learning tabloid English, Ann just isn’t ready to have a baby and Felix falls for a beautiful migrant woman in a nightclub, he doesn’t see the cleaner that everyone else sees but then she said she was a fashion designer. A chance meeting drives disparate lives towards a terrible moment of reckoning. When did it all start…80,000 years ago when we all first left Africa? Following on from Transport’s acclaimed revival of Europe at the Barbican, London, Invisible is a funny, moving, highly visual and urgent exploration of 21st Century mobility. Invisible is written by Croatia's leading playwright Tena , directed Douglas Rintoul (New Wolsey, Barbican, Complicite) and choreographed by awardwinning choreographer Darren Johnston. Supported by Arts Council England, the European Cultural Foundation, Complicite and the Jerwood Space.

“A superlative revival” The Telegraph

on Europe

TIME / 7.45pm MATINEE / Sat

15 Oct at 2.30pm

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TUE 18 and WED 19 OCTOBER

SUN 16 OCTOBER

THE DUKE’S HEADLINERS COMEDY CLUB

A SHEFFIELD THEATRES and ECLIPSE CO-PRODUCTION

ONE MONKEY DON’T STOP NO SHOW

The Duke’s Headliners Comedy Club of Putney is London’s fastest growing club showcasing some of the finest comics from around the world. FOR DETAILS VISIT /

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/comedy TIME /

7.45pm

Curry & Comedy Spice up your evening for an extra £5

Our Café Bar will be serving Veggie Balti and Chicken Korma with rice and naan. Must be ordered with your ticket (available to order online). Subject to availability.

TUE 18 to SAT 22 OCTOBER THE NEW WOLSEY YOUTH THEATRE presents

JACK SHEPPARD BY / Ken

Campbell

Meet The Thief-Taker General, Daniel Defoe, Dribbling Wilf, The Incredible Porty McFigg, Edgeworth Bess and Blueskin Blake – just some of the many characters that can only go to make up the cast of Jack Sheppard – and a true story it is too! Ken Campbell’s rollicking tale of treachery and dastardly deeds is an anarchic comedy romp through a fascinating but little known part of our history. Be warned! VENUE / New

Wolsey Studio TIME / 7.45pm

Post-Show Talk Thursday 20 October

BY / Don Evans DIRECTED BY / Dawn Walton DESIGN BY / Libby Watson

‘That’s what comes from listening to white folks!!!’ ‘Poor folks, baby! I’ve been listening to poor folks!!!’ The Harrisons are the most respectable middle class Black family in Philadelphia. However, the arrival of their young niece and her new ideas from the rural South, turns their polite, Christian, suburban life on its head. The Cosby Show meets restoration comedy in this hilariously outrageous play about how hard we try to hide who we really are. This co-production between the critically acclaimed Eclipse Theatre and Sheffield Theatres marks the UK premiere of Don Evans’ lost American classic. Presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited. TIME / 7.45pm MATINEE / W  ed

19 Oct at 2.30pm

Post-Show Talk Wednesday 19 October at 2.30pm

FRI 21 OCTOBER 2FACED DANCE presents

IN THE DUST ARTISTIC DIRECTOR / Tamsin

Fitzgerald

2Faced Dance returns with a triple bill of darkly explosive new break-infused dance work from critically acclaimed contemporary choreographers Tom Dale - “Dale’s edgy work takes the temperature of Britain” The Guardian Place Prize finalist Freddie Oppiku-Addaie and 2Faced Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald. “Athletic, high octane and fierce. The ride they take us on is arresting” The Times TIME / 7.45pm


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SAT 22 OCTOBER

THE DUKE’S HEADLINERS COMEDY CLUB

London’s fastest growing comedy club presents two unique events, both MC’ed by Kate Smurthwaite, resident compere at Soho Comedy Club and host and writer of London’s most popular live political panel show The Comedy Manifesto.

and

UNDER 12’s COMEDY

adults allowed!

TIME / 3.30pm Recommended for ages 8 - 12

PHOTO FROM ORI BY ROBERT DAY GINAL PRODUCTION

NOTE /

UNDER 18’s COMEDY NIGHT

no adults allowed!

NOTE /

TIME / 7.45pm Recommended for ages 12 - 18

Fascinating Aida presents

THE CHEAP FLIGHTS TOUR

This brand new show will include their infamous anthem to budget travel Cheap Flights (which has had over six million hits on YouTube), as well as The Dogging Song… “the dirtiest & funniest song of the century so far” Times****

plus brand new songs. “See them before you die otherwise your life will have been meaningless” Mail on Sunday

www.fascinatingaida.co.uk TIME /

7.45pm

PHOTO: STEVE ULL ATH

SUN 23 OCTOBER

ORNE

For a full line up please visit: www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/u12comedy www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/u18comedy

TUE 25 to SAT 29 OCTOBER ENGLISH TOURING THEATRE presents ROGER MCGOUGH’S adaptation of MOLIÈRE’S

“Comedy genius… fun, frivolous and fantastic” Metro

TARTUFFE or the IMPOSTER

www.ett.org.uk

Audiences are in for a treat this autumn when that master of wit, Roger McGough dips his magic quill, adapting Molière’s sublime comedy Tartuffe. Tartuffe is a beacon of piety and has his feet firmly under the table in the home of wealthy merchant, Orgon. But is he friend, fraud, miracle or hypocrite? The family smells a rat and amid the frills and frivolity of Seventeenth Century society, they hatch a cunning plan to outwit the wily deceiver before he brings their house crashing down… Directed by Gemma Bodinez, this scathingly funny production reunites ETT with the Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse following their hilarious joint production of Roger McGough’s version of Molière’s The Hypochondriac in 2009.

MATINEES / W  ed

TIME / 7.45pm

26 and Sat 29 Oct at 2.30pm

Post-Show Talk Thursday 27 October

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MON 31 OCTOBER and TUE 1 NOVEMBER

SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL Family and friends are invited to celebrate an evening’s entertainment with four youthful half-hour productions of different Shakespeare plays from local schools. www.ssf.uk.com TIME / 7.00pm Details of participating schools and their performance night can be obtained from the Box Office and at: www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/ssf

WED 2 NOVEMBER RANNEL THEATRE COMPANY and MAKIN PROJECTS presents

FLHIP FLHOP

Take a whole bag full of classic comedy routines, shake them up and update them for the hip-hop age and you have the exhilarating and hilarious Flhip Flhop. Two painter-decorators are doing a job in a friend's flat, but in traditional slapstick manner things go wrong. In a dynamic display of one-upmanship, they compete to out-do each other with moves essentially unchanged from the time of Marx Brothers. Outrageously talented performers, Matt Bailey and Joey D combine witty dialogue, slapstick, laughter, break-dance, beatbox and DJ’ing to create an energetic comedy for all ages. “Wonderfully fresh and fine comic actors… superb funky moves and breaking. A comedic gem.” The Scotsman www.rannel.co.uk TIME / 7.45pm

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Welcome We are looking forward to a great programme of accessible performances this season. Such a variety; from 20th Century Boy, to Tartuffe, to Robin Hood Babes in the Wood, and a new addition this year is accessible work at our studio theatre with Penguin. The British Sign Language Interpretation of Penguin is the first time we have ever programmed accessible work at our studio theatre, and we are very excited to bring children’s theatre into our accessible performances programme. We are pleased to be continuing our work with The Hearing Care Centre, Ipswich to fly the flag for captioning which continues to be a great success. We have found that up to 35% of audiences find captioning useful; so why not give it a try (see overleaf for more information).

Accessible Performances 20TH CENTURY BOY

TARTUFFE

ROBIN HOOD AND BABES IN THE WOOD

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Captioned Performance Saturday 29 October at 2.30pm Audio Described Performance Saturday 29 October at 2.30pm (pre-show Touch Tour at 1.30pm) More information on page 13

If you would like to support our access work please contact our Development Officer Sarah Norton on:

Large Print and Audio Brochure available. Both can be downloaded from the website:

Audio Described Performance Saturday 24 October at 2.30pm (pre-show Touch Tour at 1.30pm) Captioned Performance Thursday 29 September at 7.45pm More information on page 07

BSL Interpreted Performance Saturday 7 January 2012 at 2.30pm Audio Described Performance Saturday 14 January 2012 at 2.30pm (pre-show Touch Tour at 1.30pm) Captioned Performance Friday 20 January 2012 at 7.30pm More information on page 22

PENGUIN

BSL Interpreted Performance Wednesday 21 December at 11.00am & 2.00pm VENUE / New Wolsey Studio More information on page 23


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Audio Description

BSL Interpreted

For blind and partially sighted audiences

For deaf audiences and BSL Users.

“I wish other sectors of entertainment took a leaf out of your book… The touch tours of the set give a real sense of picturing the scene, it puts an image into your mind and makes you a part of what is going on all around you.”

“…the interpreter does such an excellent job, she has my greatest admiration and this is a tremendous asset to deaf and hard of hearing people. Without this being available we would have to travel miles to find an excellent facility like this.”

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Captioned THU 3 NOVEMBER

For deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audiences. “Although most television programmes are now subtitles and also DVD’s nothing can beat a live performance that she could follow word for word, Absolutely Brilliant!” Mr D Godbold, Ipswich

Mrs Janice Scott, Great Blakenham

VILLAGE WELL and GUESTS Village Well is an exciting mix of dynamic musicians from around the world. Rich Middle Eastern melodies combine with the classical and folk traditions of India and soulfully blend with the ‘freespirited’ rhythms of the Caribbean to create a superb music from diverse cultural traditions. For this concert Village Well joins forces with guests from Pritam Rhythm Tribe and Basil Gabbidon’s reggae band to offer a varied and interesting range of music. A musical journey, not to miss. TIME / 7.45pm

FRI 4 and SAT 5 NOVEMBER GINGER BOY PRODUCTIONS presents

THREE PHANTOMS Proud sponsors of Captioned performances at The New Wolsey Theatre

A brand new concert featuring three former Phantoms - Earl Carpenter, Rohan Tickell and Matthew Cammelle - who between them have clocked up over 2,000 performances playing the title role in Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s eponymous musical Phantom of the Opera. Together they will perform and host an evening celebrating what has become the world’s most successful entertainment phenomenon as well as performing numbers from other hit musicals that have put them at the top of their profession. TIME / 7.45pm MATINEE / Sat 5 Nov at 2.30pm


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FRI 11 NOVEMBER

SUN 6 NOVEMBER

SHAKATAK

HARMONY PRODUCTIONS GLOBAL & HEARTBEAT THEATRE proudly present the No.1 comedy event for African History Month

For the past 30 years Shakatak has been the vanguard of UK soul/funk, and their far-reaching fan base spans the globe. Shakatak has shared the stage with artists as diverse as Dizzie Gillespie and Gloria Estefan enjoyed numerous hit singles including Night Birds, Down on the Street and Easier Said Than Done. It promises to be a dynamic and entertaining show which is being MC’ed by Stephen Foster. The concert will be recorded by BBC Radio Suffolk for future broadcast.

DONS OF COMEDY

FEATURING / Curtis

Walker, Felix Dexter (pictured), Felicity Ethnic and Slim An amazing, awesome, pumping powerhouse of a stand-up comedy show. Witness history in the making as we celebrate, with the real DONS OF COMEDY, our history, our culture and our lifestyle in the only way we know how... with a smile! A night of true heavyweight comedy, pound for pound the best jokes that will knock you clean off your seat!

TIME / 7.45pm

SAT 12 NOVEMBER PATRICIA ROUTLEDGE in

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

TIME / 7.45pm

DIRECTED BY / Christopher

TUE 8 to THU 10 NOVEMBER A THEATRE ROYAL BURY ST EDMUNDS PRODUCTION

DICK TURPIN’S LAST RIDE A MUSICAL PLAY BY / Daniel O’Brien MUSIC BY / Pat Whymark DIRECTED BY / Abigail Anderson

Dashing horseman, daring robber, swashbuckling swordsman, adored by every woman, respected by every man. Or poacher, rapist, thief and murderer, swung from the York gallows in 1739. What do you want to believe? A dynamic new version of the life of Dick Turpin, the most famous highwayman of them all. Drawn from court transcripts, newspaper reports and eye witness accounts this is a real life adventure story from the eighteenth century. Moving at a rip-roaring pace, the play interweaves fact and fiction, text and song. You’ll discover things about the man behind the myth that some wanted buried with him at York.

TIME / 7.45pm

THU 1 to SAT 3 DECEMBER THE NEW WOLSEY YOUNG COMPANY presents

PASSION

Edward Bond’s brilliant short play Passion is the inspiration for this year's To Be Confirmed project. The New Wolsey Young Company will stage the original play and devise their very own contemporary response. Presented as a double bill. The themes of corruption, greed, and hypocrisy remain as relevant to a modern audience as they were when the play was written for the CND in 1978.

My foot’s in the stirrup and catch me who can… TIME / 7.45pm MATINEE / Wed

9 Nov at 2.30pm

Post-Show Talk Wednesday 9 November at 7.45pm

Luscombe

In this extraordinary collaboration award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane celebrate the life of Dame Myra Hess – a remarkable woman who initiated, directed and performed in a number of legendary concerts at the National Gallery during the Second World War. This delightful evening of entertainment captures the spirit of her concerts that provided a cultural oasis for thousands who remained in London during the war years.

VENUE / New

Wolsey Studio

TIME / 7.45pm

Post-Show Talk After each performance


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CHRISTMAS SHOW for ages 2 to 7

TUE 6 to SAT 31 DECEMBER LONG NOSE PUPPETS present

PENGUIN

Based on the award-winning book by Polly Dunbar

Ben is delighted when he rips open his present, inside is a penguin. “Hello Penguin!” says Ben. Penguin says nothing. Ben tickles Penguin; he pulls his funniest face; he puts on a happy hat, sings a silly song and does a dizzy dance. Penguin says nothing. So Ben fires Penguin into outer space. Penguin comes back to earth without a word! It isn’t until a passing lion intervenes that Penguin finally speaks...and when he does, Ben discovers something that was really worth the wait. Penguin is exciting, surreal and full of surprises. The lively songs by Tom Gray of Gomez will have everyone joining in! It’s a spectacular theatre experience for all ages-especially 2-7 year olds!

THU 24 NOVEMBER 2011 to SAT 28 JANUARY 2012 This all new version of the traditional tale provides a rock ‘n’ rolling rollercoaster of an adventure story. Robin Hood attempts to outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, free the unfortunate Babes and their outrageous, oversize Nanny Nellie Nightnurse, and marry the beautiful Maid Marion. The result is a fast, furious and funny feast of entertainment, designed to delight all the family.

BSL Interpreted Saturday 7 January at 2.30pm Audio Described Performance Saturday 14 January at 2.30pm Pre-show touch tour at 1.30pm Captioned Performance Friday 20 January at 7.30pm

VENUE / New

Wolsey Studio to Sat at 10am and 2pm with additional 3.30pm performances on Sat 10, Sat 17, Tue 20, Thu 22, Tue 27 and Thu 29 December TIMES / Mon

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VENUE INFORMATION

Performances in Purple are at Sir John Mills Theatre, Gatacre Road, due to refurbishment taking place at New Wolsey Studio. SAT 10 SEPTEMBER BANYAN THEATRE CO presents NORWICH PUPPET THEATRE’S

THUMBELINA

Follow Hans Andersen's extraordinary tale of a girl no bigger than a thumb and her adventures with a frog, mouse, mole and swallow, played out amongst gardening tools and leading to her ultimate happiness in the kingdom of the flowers. “Thumbelina is a gem…” The Times VENUE / Sir John Mills Theatre TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm

AGES / 2

to 5

DURATION / 40

Mins

SAT 24 SEPTEMBER

TUE 25 & WED 26 OCTOBER SHOOFLY THEATRE presents

TWO FOUR SIX EIGHT! Using music, balloons and far too much wrapping paper, Shoofly Theatre has created a funny and charming performance that shows how fun numbers can be. VENUE / New Wolsey Studio TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm AGES / 4

to 7

DURATION / 45

Mins

PEUT-ÊTRE THEATRE presents

DRAW ME A BIRD An uplifting story about making music, finding a friend, and learning how to fly. Join us as we soar from the pavement to the skies. “...a thing of wonder. Peut-être Theatre raises the bar of children’s theatre in concept, design, and execution...” British Theatre Guide

VENUE / New Wolsey Studio TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm AGES / 3+

DURATION / 50

SNOWPLAY

Imagine if one day Winter decided to come and stay in your house. You would have icicles in the bathroom and a snowman in your kitchen! In this charming interactive show, audiences can play with all types of snow, snowmen, ice and snowballs.

Mins

SAT 29 OCTOBER PICKLED IMAGE presents

TRAVELS WITH GRANDAD

VENUE / Sir John Mills Theatre TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm DURATION / 45

Mins

SAT 8 OCTOBER

VENUE / New Wolsey Studio TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm AGES / 3+

DURATION / 50

Mins

SAT 12 NOVEMBER THE HONK PROJECT presents

VENUE / New Wolsey Studio TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm

DURATION / 50

Mins

AGES / 4+

If you’re 3 or 4 years old and love silly stories and tremendous tales then you’ve got to come to meet the Storymaker at the New Wolsey Theatre. Mums, Dads, Grans, Grandads, Big Brothers and Big Sisters should come too, they can look after you and pick up some tips along the way. TIME / 11.00am

BIG STORY

MR HONK AND HIS SAD TROMBONE

VENUE / Sir John Mills Theatre TIMES / 11.00am & 2.00pm AGES / 3+

LITTLE STORY

20 minutes and includes some play time.

Danny the wild balloon tamer has run out of balloons. The tamer turns gardener. Seeds of hilarity are sown as Danny attempts to cultivate bold, colourful, latex shapes in pots. Blooming marvellous!

THE BALLOON GARDENER

Storymaker makes children better listeners and families better at telling stories, and because we want to give everyone the chance to take part we even let you decide what to pay, it could be anything from 50p to £2.50

DURATION /

Mr Honk plays in the local brass band. He is a cheery sort of chap with a sunny disposition and a spring in his step, but his trombone only plays the blues. Mr Honk determines to get to the heart of the matter and cheer her up. In the process, he has some surprising revelations and achieves extraordinary results. “Full of such fun ideas and is an ensemble show with mass appeal.” The Stage

CIRCO RIDICULOSO presents

STORYMAKER

SAT 17 SEPTEMBER, SAT 1 & SAT 15 OCTOBER

THU 27 & FRI 28 OCTOBER

Meet Grandad, eccentric traveller and storyteller extraordinaire. Enter his battered Bedouin tent to hear magical tales of adventure in real and imaginary worlds.

LYNGO THEATRE presents

AGES / 2+

HALF TERM FAMILY SHOWS

DURATION / 50

Mins

If you’re 5 or 6 you can leave your family downstairs in the New Wolsey Café and come upstairs to meet the Storymaker yourself for an amazing adventure, or an exciting escapade. Mums, Dads, Grans, Grandads, Big Brothers and Big Sister’s can come too, but they’ll have to join in with the fun. TIME / 12noon

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Booking a ticket? Enquiring about a performance? Or just passing by? PECKISH? andmade H ic n a g ha Latte Or nini Moc a P d e t s a Cake To e st Allianc Rainfore king Bar n u D e t n Cafe Bro uffins Toasted M Fairtrade yccino ab Scones B Soup de Homema h Salads s e r F o in Cappucc ze ives Mez Mixed Ol ips Kettle Ch Jacket ed Oven Bak ot Chocolate H Potatoes repared Freshly p and rolls es sandwich atte Vanilla L Pitta & Hummus p yru Routin S o Macchiat e Coleslaw d Homema pped roll o Cheese t Chocolate t White Ho

Whatever reason you are in the area why not come and check out the delicious hot and cold drinks, snacks, light lunches and ‘specials’ that The New Wolsey Theatre Café Bar has to offer? We only serve the best quality coffee it’s Organic, Fair-trade and also Rainforest Alliance approved. To top that we have a range of syrups for the adventurous and the most delicious hot chocolates in town. We look forward to seeing you.

UlΩimate TheaΩre Experience we present For the

Dinner & Show

Coming to see a show? Arrive in plenty of time to enjoy all we have on offer! BOX OFFICE INFORMATION

FOR TICKETS...

DISCOUNTS & CONCESSIONS O  ne discount or concession per ticket A  ll discounts exclude tickets £10 or less

Book online at: www.wolseytheatre.co.uk Pick your own seats (at The New Wolsey Theatre only) and book 24 hours a day.

CONCESSIONARY PRICES £3 OFF for: O  ver 60s Under 16s Full-Time Students Disabled People And  those on Unemployment Benefits or Income Support Assisting Companion tickets: £8.50 where required  ROUP DISCOUNTS (not available online) G Discount applies to full price tickets only: G  ROUPS OF 10+: £3 off G  ROUPS OF 25+: £4 off G  ROUPS OF 50+: £5 off a  nd a free ticket for the organiser for all their hard work! Schools, Colleges & Youth Groups £8.50 per ticket for everyone in the group (yes, teachers included). We will offer one complimentary ticket to a supervising adult(s) with every ten students. Under 26: If we’ve got tickets left on the day they are yours for a fiver - give us a call or go online to check availability.

Terms

Call us on: 01473 295 900 - if we’re busy, leave us a message and we’ll call you back on the same day. To make a group enquiry / booking (10+) please call: 01473 295 902 Come and see us. We are open 10.00am - 8.00pm We close at 6.00pm when there is no performance and on Sundays and Bank Holidays we’ll be open 2 hours before the performance. ADDRESS: Civic Drive / Ipswich / IP1 2AS EMAIL: tickets@wolseytheatre.co.uk groups@wolseytheatre.co.uk

& conditions can be viewed at: www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/termsandconditions

We don’t charge booking fees but if you’d like us to post your tickets we’ll ask for 50p to cover costs. Reserved tickets (awaiting payment) will be held for up to 5 days.

Exquisite dining in Ipswich’s top Restaurants

New Wolsey Theatre Company Limited Chief Executive: Sarah Holmes Reg in England: 03982202 Reg Charity No: 1082016

See our website for full details and offers: www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/foodanddrink

All details in this brochure were correct at the time of going to print. The New Wolsey Theatre Company Ltd reserves the right to make alterations where necessary.


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CHILDREN’S SHOWS, UNDER 12 COMEDY, UNDER 18 COMEDY: All Tickets: £7.00 STORYMAKER - CHOOSE YOUR PRICE: Tickets: 50p / £1.00 / £1.50 / £2.00 / £2.50 JACK SHEPPARD, PASSION: Tickets: Adults £7.00 / Concs. £5.00 SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL: Tickets: Adults £8.00 / Concs. £6.00

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE THU 24 NOV 7.30 PM FRI 25 NOV 7.30 PM SAT 26 NOV 2.30 PM 7.30 PM

OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK

DISCOUNTS & CONCESSIONS £  3 OFF PREMIUM, BAND A & BAND B FOR: Over 60s, Under 16s, Full-time Students, Disabled People and those in receipt of Unemployment Benefits or Income Support A  ssisting Companion tickets: £8.50 where required

MON 28 NOV 7.30 PM TUE 29 NOV 1.30 PM 7.30 PM WED 30 NOV 7.30 PM 1.30 PM THU 1 DEC 7.30 PM 7.30 PM FRI 2 DEC 2.30 PM SAT 3 DEC 7.30 PM

OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE PEAK PEAK PEAK PEAK

TUE 6 DEC WED 7 DEC

7.30 PM 1.30 PM 7.30 PM THU 8 DEC 1.30 PM 7.30 PM 7.30 PM FRI 9 DEC SAT 10 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM

OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE PEAK PEAK PEAK PEAK

TUE 13 DEC 7.30 PM WED 14 DEC 1.30 PM 7.30 PM THU 15 DEC 7.30 PM 10.30 PM FRI 16 DEC 7.30 PM SAT 17 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM

OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE OFF-PEAK PEAK LATE-NIGHT PERFORMANCE PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK

GROUP RATES AVAILABLE for off-peak performances only G  ROUPS OF 10+: £1.50 off per full price ticket G  ROUPS OF 25+: £2 off per full price ticket G  ROUPS OF 50+: £3 off per full price ticket a  nd a free ticket for the organiser! Schools, Colleges & Youth Groups 1  .30PM MATINEES & NOVEMBER OFF PEAK DATES: £8.50 per ticket (Mon-Fri) ALL OTHER PERFORMANCES: £3 off per ticket O  ne free supervising adult ticket for every ten child/student tickets booked. Only one discount or concession applies per ticket. Group rates are not available online. Payment for all groups to be completed at least one month prior to performance.

PREMIUM

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BAND

Off Peak £20.00 £16.00 £10.00 £8.50 Peak £22.50 £20.00 £10.00 £8.50 Christmas Peak £25.00 £22.00 £10.00 £8.50 Late Night Special All tickets: £20.00 (No concessions) 1.30pm Matinees Schools, Colleges & Youth Groups (Rows D-L): £8.50 Public: (Rows A-C): £10.00 (No concessions) For autumn season Discounts and Concessions see page 27.

SHERLOCK HOLMES THE LAST ACT, DICK TURPIN’S LAST RIDE, SHAKATAK: PREMIUM BAND BAND BAND Mon - Sun: £20.00 £15.00 £10.00 £8.50 Matinees: Birthday Ticket £10.00 ROMEO AND JULIET, INVISIBLE, DUKE'S HEADLINERS, ONE MONKEY DON’T STOP NO SHOW, IN THE DUST, FLHIP FHLOP, VILLAGE WELL, DONS OF COMEDY: PREMIUM BAND BAND BAND Mon - Sun: £15.00 £10.00 £10.00 £8.50 Matinees: Birthday Ticket £10.00

ROBIN HOOD AND THE BABES IN THE WOOD

£10 SPECIAL NIGHTS All Tickets at £10 for: 20th CENTURY BOY Thu 8, Fri 9, Sat 10 and Mon 12 September SPECIAL GROUP NIGHTS Groups 10+ All Tickets @ £10 for: 20th CENTURY BOY Wed 14 September at 7.45pm

Accessible Performances

BSL Interpreted Saturday 7 January at 2.30pm

Audio Described Performance Saturday 14 January at 2.30pm Pre-show touch tour at 1.30pm

Captioned Performance Friday 20 January at 7.30pm

This production may contain special effects including Strobe Lighting. Terms & Conditions of sale apply.

MON 19 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM TUE 20 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM WED 21 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM THU 22 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM FRI 23 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM SAT 24 DEC 10.30 AM

CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK

MON 26 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM TUE 27 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM WED 28 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM THU 29 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM FRI 30 DEC 2.30 PM 7.30 PM SAT 31 DEC 10.30 AM

CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK

MON 2 JAN TUE 3 JAN WED 4 JAN THU 5 JAN FRI 6 JAN SAT 7 JAN

2.30 PM 7.30 PM 7.30 PM 7.30 PM 1.30 PM 7.30 PM 7.30 PM 2.30 PM 7.30 PM

TUE 10 JAN 7.30 PM WED 11 JAN 1.30 PM 7.30 PM THU 12 JAN 1.30 PM 7.30 PM FRI 13 JAN 7.30 PM SAT 14 JAN 2.30 PM 7.30 PM

CHRISTMAS PEAK CHRISTMAS PEAK OFF-PEAK OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE OFF-PEAK PEAK PEAK - BSL PEAK OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE OFF-PEAK SCHOOL’S MATINEE OFF-PEAK PEAK PEAK - AUDIO DESCRIBED PEAK

TUE 17 JAN 7.30 PM OFF-PEAK WED 18 JAN 1.30 PM SCHOOL’S MATINEE 7.30 PM OFF-PEAK THU 19 JAN 1.30 PM SCHOOL’S MATINEE 7.30 PM OFF-PEAK FRI 20 JAN 7.30 PM PEAK - CAPTIONED SAT 21 JAN 2.30 PM PEAK 7.30 PM PEAK TUE 24 JAN 7.30 PM WED 25 JAN 1.30 PM 7.30 PM THU 26 JAN 1.30 PM 7.30 PM FRI 27 JAN 7.30 PM SAT 28 JAN 2.30 PM 7.30 PM

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Thu 8 Sept 20th CENTURY BOY

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PERFORMANCE

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UNDER 18 COMEDY

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7.45pm

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25

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7.45pm

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7.00pm

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2.30pm

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STORY MAKER - BIG STORY

2.30pm

POST SHOW TALK

2.30pm

POST SHOW TALK

SJM

Sat 24 Sept SNOWPLAY

11.00am & 2.00pm

Sat 24 Sept 20th CENTURY BOY

2.30pm 7.45pm AUDIO DESCRIBED 1.30pm PRE-SHOW TOUCH TOUR

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7.45pm

06

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7.00pm

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7.45pm

06

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2.30pm

Thu 29 Sept 20th CENTURY BOY Fri 30 Sept 20th CENTURY BOY

CAPTIONED DIALOGUE 06

UNDER 12 COMEDY

3.30pm

25 POST SHOW TALK

13

Fri 28 Oct

DRAW ME A BIRD

Sat 29 Oct

TRAVELS WITH GRANDAD

11.00am & 2.00pm

TARTUFFE

2.30pm 7.45pm CAPTIONED DIALOGUE 13 2.30pm AUDIO DESCRIBED 1.30pm PRE-SHOW TOUCH TOUR

11.00am & 2.00pm

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Mon 31 Oct SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL

7.00pm

EARLY SHOW TIME

14

20th CENTURY BOY

2.30pm

7.45pm

06

Tue 1 Nov

SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL

7.00pm

EARLY SHOW TIME

14

STORY MAKER - LITTLE STORY

11.00am

7.45pm

25

Wed 2 Nov FLHIP FLHOP

7.45pm

14

STORY MAKER - BIG STORY

12.00noon

7.45pm

25

Thu 3 Nov

VILLAGE WELL AND GUESTS

7.45pm

19

Tue 4 Oct

ROMEO AND JULIET

10.30am

7.00pm

POST SHOW TALK AFTER 08 EACH PERFORMANCE

Fri 4 Nov

THREE PHANTOMS

7.45pm

19

Wed 5 Oct

ROMEO AND JULIET

2.30pm

7.00pm

POST SHOW TALK AFTER 08 EACH PERFORMANCE

Sat 5 Nov

THREE PHANTOMS

7.45pm

19

Sun 6 Nov

DONS OF COMEDY

7.45pm

20

Thu 6 Oct

ROMEO AND JULIET

10.30am & 2.00pm

POST SHOW TALK AFTER 08 EACH PERFORMANCE

Tue 8 Nov

DICK TURPIN

7.45pm

POST SHOW TALK AFTER 08 EACH PERFORMANCE

7.45pm

Thu 10 Nov DICK TURPIN

7.45pm

20

SHAKATAK

7.45pm

21

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25

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Sat 1 Oct

Fri 7 Oct

ROMEO AND JULIET

10.30am & 2.00pm

Sat 8 Oct

THE BALLOON GARDENER

11.00am & 2.00pm

Sat 8 Oct

ROMEO AND JULIET

2.30pm

7.00pm

SJM

24 POST SHOW TALK AFTER 08 EACH PERFORMANCE

SHERLOCK HOLMES...THE LAST ACT

7.45pm

Thu 13 Oct INVISIBLE

7.45pm

Fri 14 Oct

INVISIBLE

7.45pm

Sat 15 Oct

INVISIBLE

2.30pm

7.45pm

09

STORY MAKER - LITTLE STORY

11.00am

7.45pm

25

STORY MAKER - BIG STORY

12.00noon

7.45pm

25

Sun 9 Oct

08 09 POST SHOW TALK

New Wolsey Theatre Civic Drive, Ipswich IP1 2AS New Wolsey Studio St Georges Street, IP1 3NF Approx 5 Mins Walk From The New Wolsey Theatre SJM Sir John Mills Theatre Gatacre Road, Ipswich IP1 2LQ

09

Wed 9 Nov DICK TURPIN Fri 11 Nov

2.30pm

2.30pm

20 POST SHOW TALK

20

Thu 1 Dec

PASSION

7.45pm

POST SHOW TALK

21

Fri 2 Dec

PASSION

7.45pm

POST SHOW TALK

21

Sat 3 Dec

PASSION

7.45pm

POST SHOW TALK

21

Tue 6 Dec

PENGUIN opens – see page 23. Run ends 31 December

For more information on Accessibility, please see page 17 or visit:

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/access

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