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we can do! As well as providing stunning graphic design to communicate your message, we can also supply illustration, activity pages, websites, photography, copywriting, proof reading and much more. ...and after the design comes the print! We provide a 24 hour 7 days a week print service in-house offering: • Brochures • Direct mails • Flyers • Postcards • Die cuts • Banners • Posters • Standees • Foam boards • Large format • 4 sheet and 6 sheets • Wall vinyls and wallpapers • Window graphics • Vehicle livery


hello Based on the sunny south coast just one hour away from London, The Graphic Design House is home to an exciting team of designers who are passionate about creating stunning and effective designs. We are a team with 10 designers who are used to handling a large volume and variety of work. Each designer brings their own unique talent and we have a genuinely happy, lively and driven working atmosphere. Over a short period of time we have established ourselves as a key supplier to the Theatre and Arts industry building an interesting and varied portfolio. Our growth simply comes down to our passion and expertise in working in this sector and this is reflected in our creativity in producing memorable and inspiring designs and campaigns.

Our knowledge of working within the industry makes us somewhat of an expert in this area, ensuring that we understand the target audience and the message that you are looking to get across. We pride ourselves on our creativity, efficiency and excellent customer service. From a direct mail flyer to a national tour we will react to your brief with flair, accuracy and efficiency seeing each project from start to finish, ensuring any given job is delivered on time and on budget.


Here are just a few of the venues we work with. . .

Bournemouth International Centre

JERSEY OPERA HOUSE


quotes Thanks for all your efforts with the JOH brochure. We received the printed version on Monday and it looks fab. The feedback has been brilliant so far, so we are delighted. Abi Nance Marketing & Sales Manager Jersey Opera House

The programmes have arrived and we are over the moon with them!! They look gorgeous. Thanks for all your hard work, I have never once regretted moving our business to you. Kealey Woodward Marketing & Press Officer Theatre Royal Wakefield

Thank you for all your hard work. I think the posters are fantastic and you have done some great work especially when it has been a challenge with low res images! Helena Miscioscia Marketing and Audience Development Officer Stratford Circus

I just wanted to write to thank you for the way the process was handled for the theatre brochure, Emma was most helpful. Trish Washer Cultural Services Manager Camberley Theatre

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Oxford Playhouse The Wright Brothers Creative

The brief was to design a bespoke creative for the Wright Brothers stage production, that would reflect the pioneering spirit of aviation around the early 1900’s.

We designed and printed leaflets, posters and flyers with instruction for making a paper plane!

As the twentie th century daw ns and the Wild West is tam ed, there is only one frontier left - the sky. Two small-to bicycle repairm en take their drea wn ms of flight to the desolat e sands of Kitt y Hawk. In just four years of tirel ess experimenta perseverance they will change tion and the world forever. This intim ate but epic adv tells the inspiring enture story of Wilbur Orville Wright and , the two brothe rs taught the wor who ld to fly. The Wright Brot hers team behind the reunites the winning hugely popular moonlanding epic One Small Step, whi ch enthralled aud iences in 20 cou ntries across the globe.

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Small Step

Wednesday 31 August – Saturday 3 September Performance tim es: Wed & Thu at 7. 30pm, Fri at 5pm & 8pm , Sat at 2.30pm & 7. 30pm Tickets: £10, disc ounts £8 Ticket Office: 0186 5 305305 www.oxfordpl ayhouse.com Supported 4

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Achieving flight is to hard for one man. But we’re not one man. We’re brothers.

The faded parchment background gave the design a period feel and a good base upon which to add further antique graphic elements. The blue and red angled stripes of the air mail envelope created the required aviation theme and the use of a sepia treatment on the images further developed the nostalgia.

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Rose Theatre Programmes

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the lady From the Sea

We are proud to be the chosen supplier for the Rose Theatre in-house production show programmes for many years.

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by translated by Stephen Unwin

From creative supplied we produce beautiful programmes that are consistent with the venues’ strong branding incorporating the use of white space and clean typography.

A Rose Theatre Production in association with Kingston University 23 February - 17 March 2012

Kingston University London

All of the programmes we design and print do not include any of our own inserted advertising, giving you more control of your finished product but still at competitive unit prices.

Zawe Ashton & Alex Beckett

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Alison Steadman

2 December 2011 – 8 January 2012

Alex Beckett

Photos by Alastair Muir


NOËL COWARD’S

HAY FEVER BOHEMIANS IN THE TWENTIES

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The Twenties have passed into legend as a shimmering decade when young women tried to look like boys with ‘Eton crops’, flat chests and skimpy clothes. Dancing the Charleston or the Black Bottom was all the rage, ‘too sickening’ and ‘topping’ its epithets, ‘bright young things’ held ‘stunt parties’ in swimming pools or chased round London in cars on mad ‘treasure hunts’, and when they weren’t high on ‘dope’ they were downing Martini cocktails or White Ladies. From a distance these look like shallow, hedonistic tears of fervently trying to forget the horrors of the Great War. And since Noël Coward was only days older than the century, he had come of age in this decade and was its mirror and its legend-

Television includes: The Bill (ITV), Band of Brothers (HBO), Family Affairs (Talkback Thames), Virtual History Plot to Kill Hitler (Tiger Aspect), Murphy's Law (Tiger Aspect for BBC) Casualty (BBC) and Casualty @ Holby City (BBC).

Training: LAMDA. Theatre includes: Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe), In The Spirit Of Diaghilev: Eternal Damnation to Sancho and Sanchez (Sadler's Wells & European Tour), The Tempest (Regent's Park), Imagine This (New London Theatre), What The Butler Saw (Salisbury Playhouse), Saint Joan (National Theatre), Cabaret (Lyric Theatre), Market Boy (National Theatre), Tintin (Barbican) and Good (Sound Theatre). Film includes: Tears.

IAIN FLETCHER King Training: Drama Centre London. Theatre work includes: Mamma Mia! (Prince of Wales Theatre), September Tide (Australian Tour) and Henry VI Part I (Man in the Moon).

CAST

HAL FOWLER Porthos Training: Guildford School of Acting. Theatre includes: Cinderella (Old Vic), West Side Story (Larnaca’s Pattichion Amphitheatre Cyprus), The Thing About Men (King’s Head Theatre, London), My Fair Lady (Denmark), Bad Girls (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Forbidden City (second season, Singapore), H.M.S Pinafore, Cymbeline, High Society, (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Forbidden City (Singapore Repertory Theatre), Cy Coleman & Friends (International Festival Cardiff), Me And My Girl (Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham), Under the Doctor (Comedy Theatre London), The Marriage of Figaro (National Theatre), Les Misérables (Palace Theatre), Napoleon (American Church Theatre), Killing Rasputin (Bridewell Theatre), Martin Guerre (Prince Edward Theatre), Tommy (Shaftesbury), Dreamland (Theatre Royal, Kings Lynn), Dorian Gray (Bloomsbury Theatre), Carousel (Shaftesbury), Leonardo (Strand), Aspects of Love (Prince Of Wales Theatre), The Threepenny Opera (The London Bubble Company), The Gambler (The London Bubble Company), A Midsummer’s Night Dream (Mercury Theatre, Colchester), Godspell (Mercury Theatre,

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Yet swing the kaleidoscope round a fraction and a rather different picture comes into view. By 1921 unemployment had risen to 2,500,000, the figure never fell below a million and the ‘dole’ was 15 shillings a week for a man, his wife and three children. There were hunger marches throughout the 1920s, the largest setting off from Glasgow in 1929: men without work determined to draw the nation’s attention to their seemingly hopeless plight. The 1926 General Strike seemed a portent for revolution but lasted only nine days

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Reading Summer Proms

Tuesday 22 May – Tuesday 3 July 2012 30 appealing musical events - 9 venues 43 days - over 30 groups and performers

Reading Summer Proms Guide

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We were tasked with creating an illustration combining events of the Summer and the Jubilee 2012 whilst fitting in with the existing illustrated artwork. The brochure carries Prom listings in a clean and crisp format and this was accompanied with large format posters and banners.

Reading Summer Proms Friday 3 June – Tuesday 5 July 2011 40 appealing musical events - 13 venues 33 days - over 50 groups and performers www.readingarts.com follow us on Facebook & Twitter

Supported by Image by kind permission of Sally Castle

Supported by Image by kind permission of Sally Castle


Reading Minster Festival Friday 29 June – Sunday 1 July Reading Minster, St Marys Butts

South Street presents...

James Yorkston performing Moving Up Country Friday 29 June, 7.30pm “Every so often a record comes out of nowhere and electrifies you with its excellence” NME James Yorkston was the first member of the Fence Collective to emerge from the East Neuk of Fife, when legendary label Domino released his debut record to huge critical acclaim. Ten years on, James will be performing ‘Moving Up Country’ in it’s entirety with a 5-piece band in the beautiful surroundings of Reading Minster of St Mary’s, to celebrate the re-release of the album.

Tickets: £12 advance/£15 on the door Box Office: 0118 960 6060 www.readingarts.com

Pipes Aloud 2 – Children’s Workshop Saturday 30 June, 10am – 12pm This workshop offers a chance for your child to explore the historic pipe organ in Reading Minster and will include painting wooden organ pipes and hearing the organ. Suitable for children aged 5-11. The workshop will be led by Peter West, Director of Music at Reading Minster and is run in association with the Berkshire Organists’ Association.

Tickets: £3 per child Box Office: 0118 960 6060 www.readingarts.com

Hymns and Pimms Saturday 30 June, 4pm Come and sing Reading’s top-ten favourite hymns with the boy choristers of Reading Minster as chosen by local churches.

Tickets: FREE (refreshments £3). To book email music@readingminster.org.uk or telephone 0118 957 1057.

A little light music – The Juliet Kelly Jazz Trio Saturday 30 June, 8pm

Alive Classical Music

Juliet Kelly is a rising star on the jazz scene. She has worked with many well- known musicians, including Courtney Pine, John Etheridge, Orphy Robinson and Julie Dexter and has performed to great acclaim across the UK, Europe and America. Juliet will be performing a range of jazz classics and original music, including Here comes the rain again, S’wonderful and I put a spell on you.

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Tickets: £9 Box Office: 0118 960 6060 www.readingarts.com

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Join the congregation and boy choristers of Reading Minster in a communion service with a swing! The service will include the premier of a new jazz mass and jazzed-up hymns!

Tickets: FREE, although there will be a collection for the organ restoration project. Email music@readingminster.org.uk for more information.

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The boy choristers of Reading Minster present a feast of choral and organ music, including Jesu, joy of man’s desiring by J S Bach.

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Reading Summer Proms Tuesday 22 June – Tuesday 3 July 2012 30 appealing musical events - 9 venues 43 days - over 30 groups and performers www.readingarts.com follow us on Facebook & Twitter Visit www.readingarts.com for full listings. Supported by Image by kind permission of Sally Castle

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With new creative projects we present a mood board showing our research and ideas to give you a feel of the show creative. Once you are happy with all design elements we develop the final products.

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The show invites audiences to walk a mile in Sir Roger Bannister’s footsteps and we felt this interactivity was a key element for the focus of the concept. We gave the design an aged, “1950’s Britain” feel to make the audience feel like they were at the actual event. We researched sports posters and other visuals from the era and these elements inspired our choice of colours and complimentary graphics to help tie these aspects together.

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11 Nov 11 – 4 Feb 12 Music and Lyrics by Charles Strouse

Polka Theatre Charlotte’s Web Programme

Cast... TIM HIBBERD John, Templeton, Carter, Judge, President

We created the inside pages using elements of the supplied cover artwork and also our own complimentary touches. We have made the best of these elements and the result is a fun, quirky, organic and child-friendly layout.

Tim trained in Liverpool as a Medieval and Modern Historian. Television: Tim is currently performing on Art Attack for Disney TV (Talking Palm Tree) and for We Are Klang on BBC 3 (Front End of a Cow). Stage: most recently Tim performed in Tall Stories’ Mr Benn (the Shopkeeper, a Chef, a Diver and a Malnourished Puppet). He was Artistic Director of Rejects Revenge Theatre Company for 12 years, for whom he wrote and performed many international touring productions, including Peasouper (Lead Idiot, a Camel and 3 Egyptian Salesman), Dusty Fruit (Removal Man, some Seagulls and a Ghost) and Rejects Canterbury Tales (the Knight, the Miller and many horses). A number of these plays won awards. Voice: Tim is the voice of Lionel Messi in a Pepsi ad (2 grunts and a short laugh), and has narrated numerous educational DVDs for Harper Collins, Heinemann and 2Simple Software. What animal would you like to be? I would be something warm, kind and cuddly, like a Dalai Lama

What’s your favourite part about Christmas day? My favourite part of Christmas day is helping Santa by wrapping presents!

GLORIA ONITIRI Martha, Charlotte

We also developed and created the games and activities in the programme, so the client didn’t have to think about supplying these. A service we offer for all programmes and a bit of help to our customers.

Gloria studied English and Drama at the University of Birmingham and spent 2 years as a member of the National Youth Music Theatre playing Morgan Le Fay in Pendragon (Northcott Theatre, Minack Theatre, Peacock Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Theatre and Japan) and originated the role of Sylvia in Howard Goodall and Charles Hart’s, The Dreaming (Northcott Theatre and Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House). Recent work includes: Dionne in Hair (Ljubljana Festival), Sheila in Takeaway (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Arion in Cressida Brown’s, Amphibians (Bridewell Theatre), a successful 2 year engagement as Nala in Disney’s, The Lion King (Lyceum Theatre) and she features as Knightriss in the new children’s gameshow series, Splatalot, for the BBC, YTV Canada and ABC Australia. Other Theatre work: Simone in Been So Long (rehearsed reading, Young Vic), Aisha, Juliettte and Violca in Hurried Steps (New Shoes Theatre), understudied and played, Mrs Thistletwat/ Girl Bear, Kate/Lucy and Gary Coleman in Avenue Q (Original Cast, Noel Coward), Bachae in The Bacchae (National Theatre of Scotland), Miss Sherman in Fame (Holland). Television: Dotun in The Window (IWC Media, C4), Marcia in Bad Girls (Shed Productions), Donna in Grass (BBC Comedy). Film: Jackie in Resurrecting the Street Walker (Scala Films).

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Designing the Show Bethia Jane Green is a Theatre Designer and it’s her job to design the set and the costume of each character. She has designed many of Polka’s shows including the production of Charlotte’s Web when it was first here. We asked her what it was like working on the show and about the process of bringing it back to Polka’s stage...

WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR INSPIRATION FOR THE LOOK OF THE SHOW FROM? Charlotte’s Web is set in 1950’s America. I chose a realistic feel rather than bright and ‘cartooney’ as it fits the style of the story which is gentle and Charlotte herself is such a dignified, old fashioned spider! I looked at lots of pictures of dusty old American barns and they are very beautiful, so I have tried to echo that in the show. I also found lots of pictures of American county fairs and I could see that the colours of the tents and ferris wheel would contrast really well with the brown of the barn.

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HAS THE SET CHANGED SINCE THE SHOW WAS LAST AT POLKA? No, the set hasn’t changed very much at all. I was pleased with how it worked last time so I’ve kept all the main elements the same like the barn doors and the scene transformations. The pleasure in redesigning something is that I have had a chance to fiddle and improve on elements of the design - for example Charlotte’s costume is very different and the backdrops have a more photographic feel. I also wanted it to look a little bit grubbier!

E.B.WHITE’S BOOK IS A HUGELY POPULAR CHILDREN’S STORY, WHAT DID YOU MOST ENJOY ABOUT WORKING ON THE STAGE PRODUCTION? Charlotte’s Web is such a beautiful story that it made designing and working on the production a joy. I particularly enjoyed designing the animal costumes, trying to interpret their individual characters - it is always a great challenge to design animal costumes that work and interpret the ‘animalness’ to the audience but also allow the actors to move easily and act.

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Has Templeton finally met the rat of his dreams?

Goose’s eggs finally hatch! Meet her little ones!

Gardening Tips Mr Lurvy gives us a few tips on gardening!

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Totally Ski. Exclusively Family. Quality chalets with inclusive childcare. This is the first holiday we’ve had where everyone has relaxed. It has opened our eyes to the benefits of childcare. Thank you! McAnallen family, Les Menuires, Feb 2011

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WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE ANIMAL? I have to say cats are my favourite animal as I have a wonderful, very soppy grey and white cat called Albi, but through doing Charlotte’s Web I have developed a huge admiration for spiders. At this time of year in particular, I am in awe of the amazing webs that they create in my garden and although spiders usually look plain brown from a distance if you look closely you can see their incredible stripes and markings. And they eat flies!

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13 May - 6 August 11

19 Jun - 7 Aug 10

Polka Theatre presents

Quentin Blake’s

Polka Theatre, in association with Imagination Stage, USA, presents

Polka Theatre Case Study Over the past four years we have formed a strong relationship with Polka Theatre - a Children’s Theatre in the heart of Wimbledon. We work closely with the marketing team on various marketing materials to promote all up and coming and shows as well as fundraising projects.

Adapted for the stage by Ben Glasstone, with Jonathan Lloyd and Roman Stefanski Music and additional lyrics by Ben Glasstone

13 May - 6 Aug 11 By Quentin Blake Music and additional lyrics by Ben Glasstone

All items shown here are creative supplied apart from the Annual Report which we design. show Designing the

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Elaine’s theatre credits include 20th Century Boy (BAC), Bad Girls - The Musical (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Retirement of Tom Stevens (The Lakeside Arts Centre), Dick Whittington (Theatre Clwyd), Sex, Chips and Rock and Roll (The Royal Exchange) and The Lemon Princess (West Yorkshire Playhouse). Elaine’s television credits include: Emmerdale (ITV), Various roles in Doctors (BBC), Casualty (BBC), Hollyoaks (Channel 4), The Royal (ITV), Holby Blue (BBC), Holby City (BBC), The Bill (Talkback Thames), Heartbeat (BBC), Footballers Wives (Shed Productions), Silent Witness (BBC).

We also created Bethlehem scenes for the background and also an advent calendar with the characters behind the doors.

Frazer Hammill Star of Bethlehem/Ass

Frazer trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and whilst there his credits included: A Flea in Her Ear, Anna Karenina, Love’s Labour’s Lost and A Doll’s House. His theatre credits include: Doncaster Floods (DAC); and Studs, Teechers, Macbeth, Truck Tales, A Christmas Fairytale and Wuthering Heights (Hull Truck Theatre). Frazer recently toured with Hull Truck Theatre in Lady Chatterley’s Lover. Film credits include: Abraham’s Point (The Film Agency); Flick (Monster Films); Shed Convention (Flipping Productions); and Wake Up (Nixell Productions). For television, Frazer appeared as Thomas Hardy in The Heart of Thomas Hardy (BBC).

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PAPER WINGS Torn from their homeland, Tatao and her mother have arrived in a strange new world. Confused, lost and homesick, they set about to start a new life. Prepare for joy and sadness, laughter and tears. With surprises around every corner.

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ull Truck Theatre was formed with a promise to make real theatre for real people. Forty years later that promise is stronger than ever. You’ll see it right across our new season.

Families - large and small, living together or apart - we all have them. The superb play Roots shows that we will do anything to avoid becoming like our parents. In the critically acclaimed production Mary Shelley, the famous writer of Frankenstein breaks her father’s heart by running away from home to be with the man she loves. Home is where the heart is and our heart is in Hull. This summer, we bring an event bigger than Christmas to the stage - Hull Fair. Our community play City of Light is written and performed by the extraordinary people of Hull. And laugh out loud comedy Ballroom Blitz (by Hull playwright Dave Windass) salsas onto our stage with sequins and glitter balls galore.

Nationwide, 70,000 people will see Hull Truck’s productions this summer as we hit the road with two great tours. Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van and DNA by 2012 Olivier Award winner Dennis Kelly, will tour to 35 venues over 27 weeks. The Hull Truck creative family is growing. Tom Wells is our new Associate Playwright and Natalie Abrahami is our new Associate Artist. Tom is Hull born and bred and has just been named the UK’s Most Promising Playwright by the Critics Circle. Natalie has taken Hull to her heart, directing A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Yerma for Hull Truck last year. Kate Denby is our new Producer and also joins us from the Gate Theatre. They will be joining our Creative Associate for Young People, Hull playwright Morgan Sproxton, to help me in creating the programme of fabulous plays Hull Truck produces. We hope this new season gives you inspiring, emotional experiences you’ll want to share as well as brilliant, no-nonsense, great nights out. Andrew Smaje

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Hull Truck Theatre presents The World Première of

BALLROOM BLITZ by Dave Windass Directed by Conrad Nelson ‘Windass’ colourful script wrought genuine belly laughs from the audience’ Hull Daily Mail (on Kicked into Touch)

Tickets Tuesday - Friday £15.00 Saturday £17.50 Matinees £12.00 Concessions £3.00 off (excluding matinees)

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evening with Spend an intimate writer of The the award winning Psychopath Test.

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You think the Argentine Tango is a can of pop from South America and that the only thing you need for a Salsa is a bag of nachos? Imagine how Sharon Trod feels. Once she won awards for her Botafogo and her whisk; now she’s teaching the helpless and the hopeless in order to pay the rent! All she needs is a break... ... and that’s where Trev comes in. A builder with two left feet and one daft son, Trev is hoping that dancing might help his lad regain lost confidence. But as the glitter ball turns and the competitive couples to take the floor, maybe they’ll all get more than they bargained for... With dancing to take the breath away and a collection of unforgettable characters, Ballroom Blitz is an hilarious non-stop comedy with style! From the writer of On a Shout, Sully and Kicked into Touch and directed by Northern Broadsides’ Conrad Nelson.

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MIRIAM MARGOLYES IN DICKENS WOMEN

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My Sweet Little Fur, by Israeli choreographer Idan Cohen, is a solo that presents a dialogue between a man and the hounds residing in him. An intelligent piece arousing questions about cultural behaviours opposite animalistic ones.

Drift, by James Wilton is an ‘impressively powerful’ (ballet.co.uk) duet exploring loneliness and closeness, absolute commitment and high risk trust. A brooding and explosive work which delights audiences with the daring surprises the dancers throw at each other. Love games by SDT dancer Joan Clevillé is both playful and powerful. Audiences will be treated to the choreographic skill and talent coming from within the company.

This phenomenal 7 piece Latin rock explosion continues to amaze fans with their musical celebration of the legendary Carlos Santana. Over the past eleven years, the group has played to theatres and rock festivals in Europe, Cuba and of course the UK, including the prestigious London Guitar Show Wembley.

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Carlos Santana changed the face of Rock Music forever when he stormed Woodstock in 1969 with his own special fusion of rock, Latin, jazz and the music of Africa. This stunning two hour show features hits from his albums Santana 1, Abraxas and Moonflower and the recent Supernatural, Shaman and All that I am.

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Bournemouth International Centre 19 AUGUST

MONDAY

CHRIS & PUI’S SEASIDE SPECIAL

20 AUGUST TUE 21 - SAT 25 AUGUST

music

Family

THE SOLDIERS

DEAD RINGER CBeebies’ favourite double-act fresh from their hit show Show Me Show Me, invite you to join them and have a giggle in their fabulous new roadshow packed with fantastic songs, games and a few surprises along the way.

BIC Monthly and Seasonal Guides

SUNDAY

The Soldiers created history by being the first group of serving soldiers to hit the British pop charts. Their two top 10 albums, Coming Home and Letters Home have helped raise over half a million pounds for army charities.

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BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION THEATRE 11.30am • 3.00pm • £12.00

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BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION THEATRE 7.30pm • £21.50 & 24.50

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Ian Dickens Productions International Ltd present the witty thriller ‘Dead Ringer’ with a star cast led by Chris Ellison (Frank Burnside in The Bill) with Tony Adams who became a household name as Adam Chance in the long-running soap opera Crossroads, Keith Drinkel who played Liz McDonald’s dodgy boyfriend Bob in Coronation Street and Joanne Heywood Miss Lovelock in Grace & Favour.

26 AUGUST

MUSICAL

BEYOND THE BARRICADE BIC and Bournemouth Pavilion

GIFT VOUCHERS A truly thoughtful gift.

Including songs from Miss Saigon, The Lion King, Phantom Of The Opera, Love Never Dies, Mamma Mia, Blood Brothers, The Jersey Boys and many more hit musical productions, climaxing with a spectacular finale from, of course, Les Misérables!

Classy, clean and modern, we compromised between retro and modern, funky and stylish to reflect the differences between the Pavilion and BIC Theatre.

BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION THEATRE 7.30pm • £17.50 - £19.50 • U16s HALF PRICE

Menace and murder in high places.

You can buy personalised gift vouchers at www.bic.co.uk, via BH Live Tickets or in person at our ticket offices.

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When the Prime Minister drops dead from an apparent heart attack on the eve of a general election, two cabinet members who fear they need his charisma to get re-elected hire an out of work actor to replace the deceased. This dead ringer is supposed to fill in until after the election is won, but he grows to like the role until he discovers that the real PM was poisoned. This thriller plunges from early amusing fantasy into murder and dark plots.

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“Hi gang, I’m also appearing in this year’s spectacular Christmas pantomime at the Bournemouth Pavilion…”

Chris Ellison

Tony Adams

Keith Drinkel

Joanne Heywood

David Callister

Directed by Andrew Lynford

Tuesday 21 - Saturday 25 August 2012 BournemouTh pAvilion TheATre Bh live TickeTS: 0844 576 3000* www.bic.co.uk www.bhlivetickets.co.uk *charges apply

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BIC and Bournemouth Pavilion

A truly thoughtful gift.

THEATRE 11.30am & 3.00pm £12.00

TUE 21 - SAT 25 AUGUST

COUNTRY ROADS

A CELEBRATION OF JOHN DENVER THEATRE SC G CA 7.30pm • £17.00

MON 23 SAT 28 JULY

SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME

ROCK ‘N‘ ROLL PARADISE THEATRE 7.30pm £18.50

THEATRE CA SC 7.30pm G Wed & Sat Mat 2.30pm £15.00 - £30.50

Bugle Boy

The Life Story Of Glenn Miller

THEATRE CA SC 7.30pm G Wed & Sat Mat 2.30pm £16.00 - £23.50

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THU 19 - SAT 21 JULY

BIG LITTLE THEATRE SCHOOL

SHOWTUNES TWENTY TWELVE

GREASE IS THE WORD

Menace and murder in high places. When the Prime Minister drops dead from an apparent heart attack on the eve of a general election, two cabinet members who fear they need his charisma to get re-elected hire an out of work actor to replace the deceased. This dead ringer is supposed to fill in until after the election is won, but he grows to like the role until he discovers that the real PM was poisoned. This thriller plunges from early amusing fantasy into murder and dark plots.

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Tony Adams

Keith Drinkel

Joanne Heywood

David Callister

SUNDAY 26 AUGUST

BEYOND THE BARRICADE

Directed by Andrew Lynford

Tuesday 21 - Saturday 25 August 2012 BournemouTh pAvilion TheATre Bh live TickeTS: 0844 576 3000* www.bic.co.uk www.bhlivetickets.co.uk *charges apply

Laced with humour throughout, Dead Ringer is, at its heart, a Murder Mystery, and one which will keep the audience guessing right up to the moment of the explosive denouement. Top images (L-R) Chris Ellison, Tony Adams Bottom images (L-R) Keith Drinkel, Joanne Heywood

BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION THEATRE 7.30pm • Wed & Sat 2.30pm • £12.50 - £21.50

THEATRE G SC 7.30pm £17.50 - £19.50 • UNDER 16s HALF PRICE CA

WED 29 AUG - SAT 15 SEP

THAT’LL BE THE DAY

THEATRE SC Every Wed - Sat 7.45pm SC CA £20.00 - £24.50 • UNDER 16s HALF PRICE CA G 19

ORGAN CONCERT SERIES 2012

TUE 24 JULY & 14,21 & 28 AUG

THE MAGNIFICENT SOUND OF THE BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION COMPTON ORGAN. AN HOUR OF LIGHT MUSIC AT 1PM. Every Thursday from 5 July until 30 August.

SUMMER SEASON WRESTLING SPECTACULARS

IN THE PAVILION SEPTEMBER 1-15 3 15-16 21 27 28

OCTOBER

4 5 6 6 7 9 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 22 23 26 27 28

Every Wed - Sat - That’ll Be The Day Jethro The Autumn Wedding Fayre Lawrie McMenemy - On The Ball The Voice of Karen Carpenter Freddie Starr: Back From The Jungle Tour

86.65mm wide x 184.3mm high

Alan Davies - Life Is Pain T-REXTASY - Children of the Revolution Tour Stephen K. Amos Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Southern Climes The Illegal Eagles Level 42 Plus Special Guests The Johnny Cash Roadshow Syd Lawrence Orchestra “Carry On Swinging” Marty Wilde’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Party An Evening With Sir Roger Moore Jason Byrne - The People’s Puppeteer An Evening of Burlesque Paul Carrack Moscow Ballet La Classique - The Nutcracker Kevin Bloody Wilson - Cop-U-Lator Greg Davies - The Back of My Mum’s Head Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Mozart Magic A Celebration of Neil Diamond

NOVEMBER 6 7 8 9 17 22 23 24 27 30

Ross Noble Kevin Bridges - ‘The Story Continues…’ The ELO Experience Magic of Motown Julian Clary - Position Vacant - Apply Within Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular Original Philly Soul Legends - The Stylistics The Sensational 60’s Experience Remember When At Christmas Mamma Mia It’s Murder!

DECEMBER 2 7 8-6 JAN

David Essex - The Rock Tour The Fawlty Towers Christmas Dinner Show Sleeping Beauty - The Bournemouth Pavilion Pantomime

FEBRUARY 2013 2 9

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Hall Of Fame II Grimethorpe Colliery Band

MARCH

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TUE 31 JUL - SAT 4 AUG

BUDDY HOLLY AND THE CRICKETERS

THEATRE CA 7.30pm • £13.50 - £20.00

Ian Dickens Productions International Ltd present the witty thriller ‘Dead Ringer’ with a star cast led by Chris Ellison (Frank Burnside in The Bill) with Tony Adams who became a household name as Adam Chance in the long-running soap opera Crossroads, Keith Drinkel who played Liz McDonald’s dodgy boyfriend Bob in Coronation Street and Joanne Heywood Miss Lovelock in Grace & Favour.

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SATURDAY 7 JULY

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dance

DEAD RINGER BY CHARLES ROSS DIRECTED BY ANDREW LYNFORD

BALLROOM See website for times and prices

BALLROOM 7.30pm £10.00

THEATRE 7.30pm £21.50 & £24.50

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THU 5 - SAT 7 JULY

THEATRE 7.30pm • £16.50

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THE SOLDIERS

MUSIC

THEATRE 7.30pm • £19.50 - £45.00

DANCE PROMOTERS SUMMER FESTIVAL

www.bic.co.uk 0844 576 3000 UPCOMING EVENTS

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MONDAY 20 AUGUST

STRICTLY PRESENTS... DANCE TO THE MUSIC

Musical

dance

DANCE TO THE MUSIC

You can buy personalised gift vouchers at www.bic.co.uk, on the Ticketline or in person at our ticket offices.

CHRIS & PUI’S SEASIDE SPECIAL

family

musical

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MUSICAL

comedy

THIS WAY TO SPACESHIP THEATRE 8.00pm • £20.00

The final test SC

By Chris Paling Directed By Ian Dickens

C o li n B a k e r

K are n Ford

THEATRE CA SC 7.30pm G Wed & Sat Mat 2.30pm £12.50 - £21.50

by Chris Paling

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SUNDAY 19 AUGUST

RHYS DARBY

MONDAY 2 JULY

music

BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION

GIFT VOUCHERS

SUNDAY 1 JULY

BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION •

BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION

BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION

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BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION THEATRE 7.30pm • Wed & Sat 2.30pm • £12.50 - £21.50

BOOK ONLINE www.bic.co.uk • BH LIVE TICKETS 0844 576 3000

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Most importantly the brochure had to be re-built with a flexible, easy to read layout.

Introducing an image in the background we have created a retro feel which ties in with the new modern look we have achieved through colours and typography.

Starring

Laced with humour throughout, Dead Ringer is, at its heart, a Murder Mystery, and one which will keep the audience guessing right up to the moment of the explosive denouement.

See page 25 for more details

In order to create a clean and easy to navigate guide we introduced white space and designed a simple modular layout which gives flexibility and allows more shows per page, maximising the use of space.

Ian Dickens Productions International Ltd. Presents

BY CHARLES ROSS DIRECTED BY ANDREW LYNFORD

JUN - SEP 2012

Play

SUNDAY

SEASONAL GUIDE

MON 13 SAT 18 AUGUST

Grease

THEATRE Mon - Thu 7.30pm Fri 5:30pm & 8.30pm Sat 5:00pm & 8.30pm £18.00 - £32.50

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7 16 23 24

Russell Kane - Posturing Delivery Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Masters of Melody The Bootleg Beatles In Concert Chas & Dave - Back For The Fans

APRIL 20

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Music Of The Night

MAY 18

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - 120th Birthday Gala

SUPPORTING

2012 EVENTS

2012 EVENTS

SUNDAY 8 APRIL - 23 SEPTEMBER

30 JULY - 26 AUGUST

clAssic cArs on the prom

Kids Fun FestivAl

WEST OVERCLIFF PROMENADE, BOURNEMOUTH (Sundays only but no display on 2nd Sept)

LOWER GARDENS, BOURNEMOUTH 1, 8, 15 & 22 AUGUST

cAndlelight nights

MAY - SEPTEMBER

LOWER GARDENS, BOURNEMOUTH

mAritime mix - london 2012 culturAl olympiAd By the seA

25 - 27 AUGUST

volleyBAll englAnd BeAch tour FinAls

VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT DORSET

with Volleyball England and Sport BU BOSCOMBE SEAFRONT

26 MAY - 2 SEPTEMBER

pinewAlK Art exhiBition

30 AUGUST - 2 SEPTEMBER

LOWER GARDENS, BOURNEMOUTH

Bournemouth Air FestivAl

VARIOUS DATES BETWEEN Tourism JUNE - SEPTEMBER

BOURNEMOUTH SEAFRONT Campbell Rowley

coles miller BAndstAnd perFormAnces BANDSTAND, LOWER GARDENS

13 JULY

olympic torch visits Bournemouth BOURNEMOUTH SEAFRONT 13 JULY

olympic torch evening celeBrAtions BOURNEMOUTH SEAFRONT

29 SEPTEMBER - 29 OCTOBER

Arts Bournemouth FestivAl By the seA BH Live 0844 576 3000 SCAN CODE FOR A FULL EVENTS LISTING

For an up to date list of events during your visit or stay, please either call 0845 051 1700 or pop in and see the team at the Tourist Information Centre on Westover Road. Alternatively visit www.bournemouth.co.uk for a full listing of events in the area for 2012 and 2013. Please note all events and dates are provisional and subject to change.

Tourist Information Centre

Welcomes You!

14 - 15 JULY

Bourne Free

BOURNEMOUTH’S PRIDE FESTIVAL 20 & 27 JULY, 3, 10, 17 & 24 AUGUST

FridAy FAmily FiestA LOWER GARDENS, BOURNEMOUTH

On arrival to Bournemouth why not make your first stop the Tourist Information Centre. Conveniently located on Westover Road in the town centre, we pride ourselves on having the knowledge and expertise to make your visit truly unforgettable.

Tourist Information Centre Westover Road, Bournemouth BH1 2BU Open all year round T: 0845 051 1700 E: info@bournemouth.gov.uk W: www.bournemouth.co.uk Open… July & August Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5.30pm Sun 11.00am - 3.00pm (school hols only) September to October & April to June Mon - Sat 10.00am - 4.30pm Sunday - closed November to March Mon - Sat 10.30am - 4.00pm Sunday - closed

Please note that this is subject to change.

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With many years experience dealing with season brochures for a variety of venues, we understand the procedure with promoters and senior management making changes and we ensure that new proofs are back to you as quickly as possible. Particular spreads with shows that may have a longer approval process can be prioritised at no additional charge.

With all larger projects we make sure that a timetable is set out right at the beginning, so that both TGDH and our clients know exactly how the project will develop, right up to delivering on time. Because of the strength of our communications skills, we have customers who are 5 miles away such as The Kings Theatre Southsea, to Hull Truck Theatre who are 275 miles away!

So that you feel there is no distance between us, we propose that we visit your venue prior to the start of each season, to discuss all of your forthcoming projects. At the start of the relationship we would also arrange for the designer who you will be working with to visit to get a feel for the venue to give them a stronger understanding of your needs and audience.

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“… they danced in the aisles, waved their hands in the air and gave the all-male cast a standing ovation” DErByShirE TiMES

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hot on the heels of its seven-year success, with an unparalleled reputation for high quality entertainment for the entire family, danceChallenge™ returns to Portsmouth for the second year running.

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The 1954 classic starring Marlon Brando.

By jove! How tickled you’ll be!! Don’t miss a truly “tattifelarius” evening of laughter and songs with a comic genius and showbiz legend. Enjoy a fun-filled variety show for all the family with guests, jokes and songs celebrating more than 50 hilarious years of ‘happiness’ with The squire of Knotty Ash!

KING’S THEATRE, PORTSMOUTH ON 6TH JUNE AT 7.30PM. The former X-Factor star is backed by a 13-piece big band as he revisits classic numbers by artists such as Frank Sinatra, Count Basie and Sammy Davis Jr in this magnificent tribute to the golden era of swing music. For more information, please see:

www.historyofthebigbands.com /historyofthebigbands

The waterfront is under the rule of Johnny Friendly until Terry Malloy witnesses a murder, a sight that will later change everything. £5.00 | Conc £1

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@historybigbands

£15.00 | Conc £3

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£19.50 £18.50

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www.kings-southsea.com www.kings-southsea.com Box BoxOffice Office023 0239282 92828282 8282

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Box Office: 01276 707600 www.camberleytheatre.biz

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Big Dance Schools Pledge 2012 18 May, 1pm

Pavilion Dance Activities leaflets / posters ‘This Way, That Way’ identity The work we produce for Pavilion dance has involved new creative for their leaflets and posters. Funky and fresh to appeal to young people, with bright colours and strong graphic elements. Recently we were asked to design a separate identity for their children’s activities. The brief was to design the logo and graphic style for leaflets and posters. The concept reflects a children’s game in a bright and colourful way - our client was thrilled with the result!

Join other schools across the UK in the ‘Largest Dance Routine’ worldrecord attempt! Ask your teacher to sign up at www.bigdance2012.com

Mar y Poppin Summer Schos ol

Spend five days crea ting a new performance with a hip-hop, dance and music-theatre twis t. Sing the famous songs and learn rout ines to them. Ages 9 to 14 • £40 for five day s

Plus!

You and family canr friends in the final per watch you Sat 4 Aug, 5pmfor mance! concessions . Adults £6, £4

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Presented by Pavilion Dance and Sto rm Tue 31 July to Sat 4 Aug 10am-4pm

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Presented by Second to None, All Ele ments and Pavilion Da Sun 26 Aug, 2pmnce -8pm

Watch real breakdan ce battles by some of the UK’s best bboys. An electric atmosphe re, Hip-hop and funk music...your Dad will love it too! Adults £5, con cessions £3

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Aged 14-19? Why not audition to join our Youth Dan ce company? Create innovative new work and break the mould. Visit our website for application form .

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The Mayflower Summer School Identity We were invited by The Mayflower Southampton to create a separate identity for their Summer School and Education department. We proposed black and white photography to reflect the values and the ethos of the school. The sub brand logo uses the same font as the Mayflower main brand, achieving continuity, and strong design through a dynamic page layout. We incorporated a series of bespoke vectors which reflect architectural details at the theatre itself. In addition to printed materials we also supplied e-shots.

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One of the leading venues in the UK, The Mayflower presents a series of Masterclasses & Workshops led by West End professionals in drama, dance and music

adult Ballet

Ballet Masterclass

With English National Ballet

With English National Ballet

With English National Ballet

With English National Ballet

6 - 7 August

6 August

6 - 7 August

6 August

£20.00 18 yEArs +

£25.00 11-18 yEArs

£15.00 18 yEArs +

£15.00 11 - 18 yEArs

Take part in a Ballet technique class on stage, focussing on the key aspects of ballet such as strength, alignment and core stability.

Take part in this Masterclass on-stage at the Mayflower Theatre with Dance Artists from English National Ballet, and discover the strength and artistry required.

A ballet inspired workout combined with core pilates exercises increases strength and flexibility to sculpt a lean and graceful body. A great way to end the day!

A ballet inspired workout combined with core pilates exercises to improve strength and flexibility and support your ballet training.

level: Open level time: 7.45pm - 9.00pm location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

level: Intermediate level or above time: 1.30pm - 3.30pm location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

level: Open level time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

level: Intermediate level or above time: 11.30am - 12.30am Location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

Ballet essentIals

Beyond Ballet russes teachers Inset sessIon

explorIng Blood Brothers

With English National Ballet

With Sean Jones

With English National Ballet

6 - 7 August

7 August

BalletFIt - adult

6 - 7 August

BalletFIt - youth

actIng through song With Shona Lindsay

6 August

£20.00 7 - 10 yEArs

£40.00 TEAchErs

£56.00 16 yEArs +

£50.00 16 yEArs +

Take part in a Ballet Essentials workshop on stage, exploring ballet in fun and creative ways with inspiration from ballet stories.

This insight session will break down the delivery methods used by English National Ballet Dance Artists delivering Beyond Ballets Russes workshops in Schools. Learn how to adapt professional repertoire

AMasterclass focussing on a selection of acting techniques found in Blood Brothers. The themes of class, age and relationships will be explored through accent, body language and characterisation.

Acting through song is the basis of all musical theatre, learning to draw from ecperienced emotions to bring a truthful, emotive and engaging character that continues seemlessly from text into song.

level: Open level time: 10.30am - 12.30pm location: The Mayflower

time: 10am - 5pm location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

time: 10am - 5pm location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

level: Open level time: 2.00pm - 3.30pm location: The Mayflower Theatre - on stage

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Workshops AND tAlkS

Mayflower MAStERClASSES

The Mayflower can arrange drama and dance workshops to compliment most shows at The Mayflower. These workshops are either run by members of the touring company or chosen from our portfolio of professionals in the field.

Mayflower Masterclasses are high quality classes created and tailored by theatre professionals for The Mayflower.

If you would like to discuss arranging a workshop for your group, please contact talks@mayflower.org.uk or call the Box Office

Upcoming EvENtS • Welsh National Opera • Don Giovani Pre Performance Talk and Touch Tour (for visually impaired)

With a variety of focuses from acting skills to musical theatre to dance, the Masterclasses offer something for everyone who has a keen interest in the performing arts.

Upcoming EvENtS

MUSICAl thEAtRE

• Welsh National Opera • Don Giovani Pre Performance Talk and Touch Tour (for visually impaired) • Pre Performance Talk and Post Show Discussion

• Pre Performance Talk and Post Show Discussion

• Barber of Seville Family Workshop

• Barber of Seville Family Workshop

• Beatrice & Benedict Pre Performance Talk

• Beatrice & Benedict Pre Performance Talk

• The Marriage of Figaro Pre Performance Talk

• The Marriage of Figaro Pre Performance Talk

OPERA

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If you have any further questions about learning at The Mayflower, please call Rebecca Harvey on

& 02380 711803 or email info@mayflower.org.uk Other methods of contacting us can be found on the www.mayflower.org.uk

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