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January – July 2017


About the Carriageworks Theatre Carriageworks Theatre is a place where old meets new. Built originally as a carriage manufacturer in 1848, the Victorian building was re-imagined and opened in 2005 as a cultural centre for Leeds. The modern venue houses multiple performance spaces, rehearsal rooms and bars. The varied theatre programme provides entertainment for all ages. Families with tots to teens and adults looking for a nice night out can all find something to fit the bill. For all those not happy just sitting back and watching, Carriageworks Theatre also hosts workshops, classes and groups to join and grow your artistic interest and skills. The Carriageworks team are proud to support grassroots arts in Leeds; through partnership and skills sharing they nurture small and local theatre companies to realise their potential and produce high quality performance in a professional environment. PLEASE NOTE: The Carriageworks Box Office has now moved to Leeds Town Hall. Tickets will be available to collect and purchase from 1 hour before show start time at Carriageworks Theatre.

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Leeds Civic Arts Guild The Leeds Civic Arts Guild is the ‘umbrella’ association of 13 amateur drama, music, opera, youth theatre and other voluntary arts societies that are based at the Carriageworks Theatre, who produce a variety of shows between September and July each year. Member societies include: Cosmopolitan Players – Leeds Amateur Operatic Society – Leeds Arts Centre – Leeds Children’s Theatre – Leeds Gilbert & Sullivan Society – Leeds Insurance Dramatic & Operatic Society – Leeds Writers’ Circle – Leeds Youth Opera – Morley Amateur Operatic Society – Northern Youth Theatre Company – Shatterproof – S.T.A.R.S – St Mary’s Youth Theatre.

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Leeds Civic Arts Guild has an ever growing membership and you can take part too. Everyone is welcome, from old hands to complete novices. This might be the opportunity you’ve always wanted to tread the boards and become the star of the show! Or you could experience the thrill of being backstage by getting involved in lighting, sound and set construction. For more information and enquiries about joining, visit the brand new website: www.lcag.org.uk


LIDOS present

Beauty and the Beast The story begins in the small French village of Franglais de la Mer, a stone’s throw away from Paris. A handsome prince crosses an evil witch, who turns him in to a fearsome Beast and banishes him to a magical castle in the woods. His only hope of becoming a human again is to find true love. Will beautiful young Belle be the key to breaking the spell? Beauty and the Beast is another fun family pantomime from the award-winning LIDOS. With many new twists and turns, this traditional pantomime provides a side-splitting and actionpacked adventure for the whole family!

Leeds Youth Opera present

The Turn of the Screw The Turn of the Screw is a sinister, gothic tale of supernatural power and the corruption of innocence. This is Britten’s final chamber opera with music that creates an intense feeling of the uncanny. Its astonishing and dramatic power will have a shattering impact in the intimate studio theatre. Featuring incredible opera performers in training, this is an experience you don’t want to miss! Join Leeds Youth Opera's senior performers for a ghost story like no other.

Fri 13 – Sat 21 Jan

Main Auditorium: 7pm weekdays, 12 noon & 5pm weekends (no performance Mon) Tickets: £14 (£12 concession) Family Ticket: £45

Wed 18 – Sat 21 Jan

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:30pm Tickets: £12 (£9 concession)

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Townsend Productions present

Dare Devil Rides to Jarama SPAIN 1936: ‘When Fascism clutched at the throat of the Spanish people, threatening a foul tyranny and the menace of war in Europe, Clem felt at once that his place was in freedom’s rank.’ Clem ‘Dare Devil’ Beckett was loved by the masses for his great daring, courage and skill on the speedway track. The same fight he used against money-sharks and corruption in his sport, he used to defend democracy against Franco’s rising fascist army. Clem met his death at the Battle of Jarama after he and his comrades held their posts against overwhelming odds, remaining to cover a temporary retreat, but were never seen alive again.

Morgan & West’s Utterly Spiffing Spectacular Magic Show – For Kids (and Childish Grownups) Time travelling Victorian magic duo Morgan & West unload another boxful of bafflement and impossibility. Mixing brain boggling illusion and good old fashioned tom-foolery, this is a show for all the family, where magic and silliness abound!

‘Brilliantly funny’ THREEWEEKS

‘Hugely talented’ DAILY MIRROR

Thur 26 Jan

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession, £5 unwaged)

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Sat 28 Jan

Main Auditorium: 2pm Tickets: £8.50 (£9.50 adults) Family Ticket: £34 Age 5+

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Comma Press present

Short Story Course with S J Bradley Over the course of 6 workshops, led by widely published short story writer and novelist SJ Bradley, you’ll get a handle on the predominant narrative structures used by short story writers and implement them in your own work. Completing set writing tasks between workshops and receiving structured, peer-driven feedback, you’ll develop 3 short stories to completion, with tailored advice on how to shape the story and how to improve the characterisation, dialogue and narrative voice. Attendees must pay for full course – individual course units not available separately. Two reduced fee places available for single-parent writers, or writers in receipt of JSA, Income Support or UC. Please contact Becky at Comma Press (becky.harrison@commapress.co.uk) to apply. For further information see the Carriageworks website or enquire at Box Office.

Course dates: Every first Thursday of the month, from February 2017: 2 Feb, 2 March, 6 April, 4 May, 1 June, 6 July Times: 5:30pm – 7:30pm Price: £180

Leeds Arts Centre present

The Weir By Conor McPherson

In a remote western Ireland pub, the locals spin tales to impress a divorcee, newly arrived in the community. Take a seat in the bar and watch the evening unfold in real time. Listen in as funny and spellbinding stories with unexpected twists reveal the true character of the teller (whether they want it or not). Famed playwright Conor McPherson is marvellously adept at shaping dialogue to reveal personality and nowhere is this more artfully done than in The Weir.

Wed 1 – Sat 4 Feb

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12 (£9 concession)

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Carriageworks Young Theatre Makers present

The Runaway At school one day Alex discovers a girl hiding in an unused shed. Alex tries to help, but the girl won’t speak. Alex can’t keep the runaway a secret for long and soon most of Year 8 knows. But who is she and where did she come from?

Sat 4 Feb

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 1:30pm & 7pm Tickets: £6.50 (£4.50 concession)

Leeds Youth Opera present

Les Misérables The Schools Edition This is the story of Jean Valjean, a prisoner who breaks parole, and the police inspector, Javert, who tries to hunt him down. Join Leeds Youth Opera in a 19th century student uprising and meet the characters who inhabit the world of this famous musical. The award-winning Leeds Youth Opera are renowned for their impeccable vocal talents, so do not miss this production of unforgettable music brought to life by an incredible, young cast.

Wed 8 – Sun 12 Feb

Main Auditorium: 7:15pm, 2:15pm Sat & Sun matinees, no evening show on Sun Tickets: £19, £12 (£15, £9 concession) Family Ticket: £50 Students half price on Wed & Thur Buy 1 ticket for Les Misérables and 1 ticket for Kiss Me Kate for just £30!

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Carriageworks Theatre and Leeds Library and Information Service present

Vikings in the Supermarket with Nick Sharratt Join much loved children’s illustrator and author Nick Sharratt as he chats about some of his latest books including his newest Shark in the Park adventure, his nonsense poetry book Vikings in the Supermarket and his first novel, The Cat and the King. This is a very interactive event with lots of live drawing and rhymes. Nick will be signing copies of his books which you can bring or buy at the event.

Mon 13 Feb

Main Auditorium: 2:30pm Tickets: £5 (£7 adults) Age 6+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour

Just Fair Laughs present

Cutting edge stand-up comedy with a 12A certificate. Come and watch 3 top comedians from the UK comedy circuit perform a swear free act. Tony Vino will MC for Archie Kelly from Phoenix Nights and Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere along with Dominic Woodward, the Best Breakthrough Act nominee at the Northwest Comedy Awards. Line-up subject to alteration without notice.

Wed 15 Feb

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:15pm Tickets: £5 (£8 adults) Age 12+

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Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company present

‘...You can huff and puff all you like, you’re still not getting in!’ Building your own home is not as easy as it looks, the three little pigs discover. What’s the best material to use? Will it keep out the rain? Will it be wolf proof!!!? There’s only one way to find out...

Thur 16 – Fri 17 Feb

Main Auditorium: 11am & 2pm Tickets: £8.50 (£9.50 adults) Family Ticket: £34 Age 2+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour

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Perfect for ages 2 and beyond, this show from the unswervingly energetic Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company is chock full of puppets, music, comedy and thrills! Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company’s 3 Little Pigs follows in the footsteps of the company’s hit shows The Enormous Turnip, The Elves and The Shoemaker and The Emperor’s New Clothes.


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Théâtre Sans Frontières present

Heaven Eyes By David Almond

Three youngsters run away from their children’s home and sail down the River Tyne on a makeshift raft. Stuck on the mudflats, they meet a strange girl who lives with an old man, Grampa. The girl has a secret only Grampa knows… and he’s not telling. Adapted for the stage by internationally acclaimed children’s author David Almond (Skellig), Heaven Eyes is a poetic but gritty story about young people trying to find their way in the world. Mysterious, heart-breaking and humorous in equal measure, this story will touch the depth of your soul.

Théâtre Sans Frontières brings its own unique style of storytelling to this spellbinding and other-worldly tale.

‘Almond’s eerie tale is an astonishing piece of writing’ THE GUARDIAN

‘Funny, fantastic, scary’ NORTHUMBERLAND GAZETTE

Sat 18 Feb

Main Auditorium: 2pm & 6:30pm Tickets: £8.50 (£9.50 adults) Family Ticket: £34 Age 9+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour

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Pipeline Theatre present

Richard Bucknell Management present

Spillikin – A Love Story

Mitch Benn: Don’t Fear The Reaper

Sally’s memories are fading fast, but she can still recall fragments of her earlier life: an awkward courtship, mid-life adultery, songs. And now a new life-companion has arrived, a robot, uploaded with the personality of her late husband. It’s all rather confusing. Can love really conquer all?

It’s been a morbid time for ‘the country’s leading musical satirist’ (The Times); he’s turned 46 – over the hill by anyone’s standards – his personal life is in turmoil and his childhood heroes are dropping like flies. At times like these, a man feels the Reaper creeping up on him… But is death anything to fear?

Prepare to have your heart broken by this 5 star sell out show from Pipeline Theatre, featuring a state-of-the-art robot as a full cast member.

Mitch confronts his – and YOUR – mortality with hilarious (and tuneful) consequences. Join him! It’s time you’re not getting back!

After the show there is a Q&A session, so you can get up close and personal with the robot and ask him questions.

Thur 23 Feb

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

‘Well crafted, well sung, his songs are just plain funny’ THE GUARDIAN

‘Song after song of exquisitely crafted satire’ THE SCOTSMAN

Sat 25 Feb

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: £13 (£12 concession)

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Kendal Mountain Festival present

Kendal Mountain Festival on Tour Share the adventure with Kendal Mountain Festival on Tour! Kendal’s award-winning Mountain Festival is on tour around the UK, bringing you the latest from the world of adventure. This is an evening packed full of inspirational and adrenaline-inducing films, guest speakers and athletes. Check out the latest outdoor gear, and take some home with you if you’re lucky enough to win a prize on the night! Join us and get inspired to explore and enjoy the mountains and the wilderness.

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Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £15

Kosher Comedy Ltd present

Ashley Blaker: Meshuga Frum Ashley Blaker, the UK’s only Orthodox Jewish comedian, returns with a brand new full length show in 2017. Ashley’s last tour Ungefiltered was a sell-out hit. He is now returning to raise the game and, if his last tour is anything to go by, you need to book early or face serious disappointment. Secular or religious, you don’t want to miss Ashley’s hysterical take on what it means to be ‘Meshuga Frum’.

‘Hilarious. An ideal night of Jewish comedy’ THE JEWISH CHRONICLE

‘Sharply funny’ TIMES OF ISRAEL

Wed 1 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £20

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Blackeyed Theatre in association with South Hill Park present

Frankenstein By Mary Shelley Adapted by John Ginman Director Eliot Giuralarocca Composer Ron McAllister Musical Director Ellie Verkerk Designer Victoria Spearing Puppets and Puppetry Yvonne Stone

‘Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful’. Geneva, 1816. Victor Frankenstein obsesses in the pursuit of nature’s secret, the elixir of life itself. But nothing can prepare him for what he creates. So begins a gripping life or death adventure taking him to the ends of the earth and beyond. A brand new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s gothic horror masterpiece, fusing ensemble storytelling, live music, puppetry and stunning theatricality. From the team behind Blackeyed Theatre’s hugely successful 2013 production of Dracula comes a fresh, exciting telling of Shelley’s landmark work of literature.

Fri 3 – Sat 4 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £14 (£12 concession) Groups of 20+ £10 each and every 11th ticket free

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Dyad Productions present

Jane Eyre: An Autobiography Struggling to think, live and love beyond the stifling expectations of convention, governess Jane Eyre and Master Edward Rochester take a dark journey towards sensual and intellectual liberation. Charlotte Brontë’s subversion of fairy-tale romance is now distilled for the stage. Told through Jane’s eyes, performer Rebecca Vaughan embodies the story's characters in this intimate study of love’s realities.

‘A theatrical masterpiece’ EDINBURGH GUIDE

Tue 7 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

Northern School of Contemporary Dance present

Bodhi Project A contemporary dance company in residence at Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance in Austria comes to Leeds in partnership with the Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Bodhi Project is a platform for new choreographers in the international contemporary dance scene. Bodhi Project has presented more than 100 performances internationally. In 2016 the company had their first performances in Tel Aviv and New York which were very positively received by audiences and press alike.

Wed 8 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £8 (£5 concession)

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Box of Tricks present

Narvik Inspired by tales of naval veterans, Narvik tells the story of a Liverpudlian man and a Norwegian woman pulled together and torn apart by war, as the events of one summer causes ripples across an ocean of time. Fusing live folk music and new writing to create a patchwork of memory and dream, Narvik is a bold new play set during the Second World War that brings to life a powerful story of love, guilt, heroism and betrayal.

‘A thrillingly theatrical encapsulation of a little-known theatre of war’ THE GUARDIAN

Thur 9 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

Gonzo Moose in association with The Pound Arts Centre and Pegasus Theatre present

The Thing That Came From Over There! A Comedy Horror

It’s 1912 and as Scott and Amundsen begin their race across Antarctica, the hapless explorer, Captain Reginald Cranston, has accidentally landed on the wrong side of the continent. When a meteor crashes near base camp, Cranston’s motley band fall into unknown danger for them and the whole planet Earth! This comic horror stars three daring actors as they play over 15 roles in 90 minutes of spine-tingling silliness and blood curdling terror.

‘Outstanding’ CHORTLE

Fri 10 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

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John Hinton presents

Ensonglopedia of Science A song about science for every letter of the alphabet. Expect atoms, Big Bangs and cells. Expect X-rays, Y-chromosomes and plenty of zoology. Expect the unexpected, and expect it to rhyme! The Ensonglopedia of Science is the brand new show by John Hinton, multi-award-winning writer and performer of the Scientrilogy of musical comedies about Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie.

Sat 11 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession) Age 7+

Paul Mosley presents

The Butcher Is it a gig? Is it a ghost story? Is it a puppet show? Yes. Award-winning composer Paul Mosley presents his fantastical 4 star folk opera… With stunning puppetry from Icelandic company Old Saw and a live ‘junk orchestra’ featuring the Mediæval Bæbe’s Esther Dee, The Butcher is a collection of fantastic and beautiful original songs telling the haunting story of a good man turned bad.

‘What a voice!’ JOOLS HOLLAND

Sat 11 Mar

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: £10.50 (£8.50 concession)

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Hijinx Theatre in association with Blind Summit present

Meet Fred ‘Prejudice against puppetry is the only acceptable form of prejudice’. David Sefton, Artistic Director, Adelaide International Festival. A cloth puppet fights prejudice every day. Fred just wants to be part of the real world, to get a job and meet a girl, but when threatened with losing his PLA (Puppetry Living Allowance), Fred’s life begins to spiral out of his control. An Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 sell-out show.

‘Sharp, funny and vastly entertaining’ LYN GARDNER, THE GUARDIAN

‘Brilliantly black humour with mordant social and political relevance’ THE HERALD

Contains strong language and puppet nudity.

Thur 16 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

Midland Creative Projects in association with the Belgrade Theatre Coventry present

Beyond the Water’s Edge Poetry from our World

Hear voices from around the world, distilled into poetry with live music in this unique performance, creating a celebration of our lives in all their forms. Drawing from every continent, we are given stories that move and inspire. The drama of love and loss mingles with the comedy of daily life, through the words of some of the world’s best poets. Directed by Steve Byrne from Interplay Theatre, Beyond the Water’s Edge uses poems published by Bloodaxe Books with music and design by Talking Birds.

Fri 17 Mar

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:30pm Tickets: £9 (£7 concession)

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Leeds Gilbert & Sullivan Society present

Kiss Me Kate Welcome to sizzling Baltimore for another opening, another show. Watch the local theatre company stage a production of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, with romantic drama playing out backstage as well as in front of the audience. Take a love triangle that’s more of a love hexagon, throw in a couple of gangsters chasing the wrong man and a show that’s got to succeed or close, and you have the tremendous toetapping tale that is Cole Porter’s legendary musical, Kiss Me Kate!

Tue 21 – Sat 25 Mar

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm weekdays, 4:30pm on Sat Tickets: £17.50, £13, £8 (£15.50, £11, £6 concession) Under 16s half price Buy 1 ticket for Kiss me Kate and 1 ticket for Les Misérables for just £30!

Elevations Academy Leeds present

I Can Do This… I Can Do That! Elevations Academy presents their 11th annual performance I Can Do This… I Can Do That! A sensational display of song and dance from youngsters across the North Leeds region. From ballet to breakdance… there is something for the whole family to enjoy!

Sat 18 Mar

Main Auditorium: 2pm & 5:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£11.50 concession)

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Leeds Children’s Theatre present

Fairy Tale Courtroom By Dana Proulx

See the other side of some familiar fairy tales as the Witch and the Wolf are brought to trial for their crimes. Both of them have been wreaking havoc as they try to stop the general public from living happily ever after. Hear the personal accounts of what happened to Snow White, Dorothy, Sleeping Beauty, the Three Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood and many more. With the audience as the jury, you hold their fates in your hands. What will be your verdict?

Wed 22 – Sat 25 Mar

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7pm weekdays, 12noon and 4pm on Sat Tickets: £12 (£10 concession) Family Ticket: £40 £1 off if you book by 28 Feb

Tom Ball Live Academy present

Big Screen Live! Join us as we dance our way through some of the greatest movie moments from some of the best movie studios in the world, such as Walt Disney Studios, Universal, MGM, 20th Century Fox and Dreamworks. These studios have given us the most diverse movie memories of all time. Whether it’s childhood animation, teenage rom-coms or adult tragedy, this show will have you laughing and crying your way through this technicolor filmstrip. So take your seats, grab your popcorn and relive the greatest stories ever written in this cinematic extravaganza!

Sat 1 Apr

Main Auditorium: 2pm & 6:30pm Tickets: £15 (£13 concession)

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ANOTON BENSON PRODUCTIONS PRESENT

THE MERRIEST OF ALL PANTOS IS COMING EASTER 2017!

ZIPPY & GEORGE

GRAHAM COLE

AS THE MERRY MEN

AS SHERIFF OF NOT TINGHAM

GARETH GATES AS ROBIN HOOD

Anton Benson Productions are proud to bring the fun and frolics of pantomime to Sherwood Forest as Robin Hood and his Merry Men battle to outwit the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham. Starring Gareth Gates as Robin Hood, Graham Cole (The Bill) as Sheriff of Nottingham and Zippy and George from Rainbow as the Merry Men. Will Robin seize the day and win the hand of his fair Maid Marion? All will be revealed in another laugh a minute, all-singing, all-dancing rollercoaster ride through panto land!

Tue 4 – Wed 5 Apr

Main Auditorium: 6pm, 2pm Wed matinee Tickets: £16.50 (£14.50 concession) Family Ticket: £55

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H O L I D AY S Lori Hopkins presents

The Explorer After crash landing on an unusual island, the brave Explorer encounters wild beasts, rough seas and futuristic technologies in this delightful new marionette show. After the show, have all the secrets unlocked in a kid friendly Q&A session where you can meet the Explorer herself! With original music and stunning visuals this unique production is performed by puppeteer, Lori Hopkins (We’re Going on a Bear Hunt for Little Angel Theatre). Show length 20 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A with The Explorer.

Thur 6 Apr

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 11am & 2pm Tickets: £6 (£8 adults) Family Ticket: £24 Age 3+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour

Armley Dance Studios present

A Compass Pointe An all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza! Themed around the four compass points; from the icy north to far eastern lands. This is a family show performed by pupils of Armley Dance Studios.

Fri 7 – Sat 8 Apr

Main Auditorium: 7pm, 2:30pm Sat matinee Tickets: £15 (£12 concession)

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E A S T E R Topsy Turvy Theatre Ltd present

H O L I D AY S Leeds Young Film Festival present

Christopher Nibble The guinea pigs of Dandeville love munching dandelion leaves so much that slowly but surely dandelions are disappearing from all over town. Christopher Nibble knows that crunch time has come when there is just one dandelion left – but will this plucky little guinea pig have the flower power to save the day? Written especially for children aged 2-7, Christopher Nibble is an uplifting story of one guinea pig’s selfless undertaking to help stop the disappearance of the delicious dandelion forever! Leeds Young Film Festival is back at the Carriageworks Theatre for Easter 2017 with Animation Central: an amazing line-up of activities, events, guests, films and talks from the world of animation alongside digital storytelling, including the latest cutting-edge virtual reality content and gear. Some of the highlights of the weekend include professionals from the animation industry showing you how to make your own stopmotion movies, talks, workshops and displays from Lego, Minecraft and Aardman and an introduction to the world of VR with Google Cardboard. There will be lots of free activities and film screenings for children of all ages – whatever your interest in animation, there will be something for you! Join the mailing list at www.leedsyoungfilm.com to hear about the programme as soon as it’s announced. Make sure you save the date!

Sat 8 Apr

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 1pm & 3pm Tickets: £6 (£8 adults) Family Ticket: £24 Age 2+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour

Fri 14 – Mon 17 Apr Whole Venue

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Diva Theatre Company present

Rita, Sue and Bob Too Sharp, funny and delightfully direct, Andrea Dunbar’s semi-autobiographical play tells the story of Rita and Sue, two feisty working class girls from a rundown council estate who are about to finish their final year at school. Rita and Sue work as babysitters for married couple Bob and Michelle. Behind Michelle’s back, Bob embarks on an affair with both Rita and Sue. It is only a matter of time before people find out and sparks start to fly! You will not want to miss this hilarious comedy, packed full of 80s pop songs and all your favourite moments from the cult classic film. Please note: This production contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.

Thur 20 – Sat 22 Apr Main Auditorium: 8pm Tickets: £17 (£16 concession)

Leeds Arts Centre present

A Double Bill of

After Midnight – Before the Dawn and

The Rose & Crown This double bill, penned by northern writers David Crampton and J.B. Priestley, explores how people behave when faced with an overwhelming power which is completely out of their control. Both plays focus on the human yearning to preserve your own life against all odds.

Wed 26 – Sat 29 Apr Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12 (£9 concession)

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Box Tale Soup present

Northanger Abbey ‘I was completely mesmerised by this enchanting production’. Joanna Lumley. Through a remarkably faithful, award-winning adaptation of this classic work, Box Tale Soup will transport you into a world of beautiful paper puppets and gothic romance. With just two performers, seven puppets and a vintage trunk, this unique version of Northanger Abbey ignites the imagination and brings out every last drop of Austen’s wit, playfulness and humour.

‘...Austen must be smiling down’ THE TIMES

Thur 27 Apr

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: £10.50 (£8.50 concession)

Ross Leadbeater presents

Ross Leadbeater’s Great British Songbook

With special guests Leeds Youth Opera Following his critically acclaimed West End concerts and solo album release, Ross Leadbeater, Welsh singer-pianist and musical director, celebrates his musical favourites from The Great British Songbook. Featuring Ivor Novello, Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Beatles, Ed Sheeran and some original material there is something for everyone in this not-tobe-missed opportunity to enjoy massive hits and forgotten gems. Ross shot to fame with the Classical Brit Award-winning group Only Men Aloud and has appeared on The Royal Variety Show, Proms in the Park and is a regular on BBC Radio.

‘An extremely entertaining evening!’ BBC RADIO 2

Sat 6 May

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

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Gazebo Theatre present

Sorry! No Coloureds, No Irish, No Dogs

Two strangers find themselves in a room of suitcases, books and stories which take them on a journey of discovery, reflection and tragedy, bringing the events of hundreds of years past bang up to date. Featuring Mary Seacole, Walter Tull, Black Panther Obi Egbuna, Queen Nanny of the Maroons and William, who sailed aboard the SS Empire Windrush, this play is ‘eye opening’, ‘thought provoking’ and set to stimulate discussion.

Fri 5 May

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

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LIDOS present

ElliTe Studios present

For You, We Dance A breathtaking new show from the talented young cast of dancers from ElliTe Studios. Nearly 200 students of all ages will entertain and excite with a unique and original miniballet production, alongside jazz, modern, contemporary, tap, musical theatre and acrobatic works. This fast-paced glittering showcase of aspiring local stars will pack a punch for all tastes and be sure to get you toetapping in the aisles.

Fri 12 – Sat 13 May

Main Auditorium: 7pm, 2pm Sat matinee Tickets: £15

Based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic thriller, Jekyll & Hyde is the gripping tale of a brilliant mind gone horrifically awry. In an attempt to cure his ailing father’s mental illness by separating ‘good’ from ‘evil’ in the human personality, talented physician Dr. Jekyll inadvertently creates an alternate personality of pure evil, dubbed Mr. Hyde, who wreaks murderous havoc on the city of London. Struggling to control Hyde before he takes over for good, Jekyll must race to find a cure for the demon he has created in his own mind.

Tue 16 – Sat 20 May

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm, Sat matinee 2:30pm Tickets: £16 (£14 concession) Tue preview night – all tickets £10

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Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Do Shakespeare Taking on The Bard of Avon himself, Earth’s funniest footwear returns with a brand new show of songs, sketches, socks and violence. Howl at their Hamlet, roar at their Romeo & Juliet and peer into their Coriolanus. This is the Socks’ 9th all-new hour long show, fresh from the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe.

‘Had every single audience member... laughing until they cried’ EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS

Fri 19 May

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: £10

Becci Sharrock presents

Written and produced by Becci Sharrock Directed by Allie Butler

Dear Heart, Dear Me, You etc. I’ve been given the opportunity to write to you and realised there are a few things I’d like to say. You are bright, unique and capable of anything. You are really more precious than you can imagine. You don’t marry Keanu Reeves. I’m really sorry to break it to you.

Thur 18 May

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: £10.50 (£8.50 concession)

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Created from real letters, Letters to Myself is a heart-warming and humorous look at the best advice we never had.


Proper Job Theatre present

Medusa

A Rehearsed Reading Following the success of Nosferatu, join Proper Job Theatre Company for a rehearsed reading of Medusa, the second part of the Monster Trilogy. With live original music by Rod Beale and poetry by Helen Mort. We are going to tell a story, one that is not often told, the story of a woman who exacts her revenge on the men that destroyed her and the gods that cursed her. We are going to tell the story of Medusa, the truth. This is a fantastic chance to be on the cutting edge of a new groundbreaking piece of theatre.

Thur 25 May

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: Book at Box Office and pay what you decide after the show

Cosmopolitan Players present

Sand Castles Written by Bob Larbey

We all like to be beside the seaside. Everybody knows an Englishman’s home is his sand castle. The Billets and the Pattersons have holidayed in the same resort for years. They don’t rule the waves, but they have turned the area around their beach huts into a cosy little kingdom. It’s shock waves when Doug and his nieces buy the adjacent beach hut. They don’t care about beach hut protocol wanting fun in the sun! Beach rage ensues with comical consequences.

Thur 25 – Sat 27 May Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £12 (£10 concession)

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The People’s Theatre Company present

Don’t Dribble on the DRAGON Written by Steven Lee Directed by Nick Lane Designed by Mike Lees Magic designed by Paul Daniels

My brother has a dragon and he keeps it secretly within a box beneath his socks. He’s hiding it from me… Tom is a toddler with a cool older brother, a secret dragon and a dribbling problem that just won’t stop! When Tom’s endless drooling threatens to tear the brothers’ friendship apart, can a dragon’s crazy magic help them put it back together again...or will it only end up making things worse? Based on the fabulous new book by Steven Lee and with magic designed by TV legend Paul Daniels, this spectacular musical adventure about growing up and the importance of family is the perfect feel good show for big hearted adults, cheeky cool kids and loving little ones alike.

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‘A heart-warming story full of love, laughs and sing-along songs, this is perfect entertainment for adults and children alike – and brilliant fun!’ THE GUIDE

Wed 31 May

Main Auditorium: 2pm Tickets: £8.50 (£9.50 adults) Family Ticket: £34 Age 2+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour


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Interplay present

Tarzanne

Tarzanne tells the story of a young girl lost to the jungle as a toddler, growing up with an adoptive family of apes. A hidden heiress to a vast fortune, she is captured and sold back to her wealthy family. Will they be able to civilise this feral child? Discover Tarzanne’s journey from the lush forests that raised her to the concrete jungle of the civilised world. Feel the raindrops flow from the trees, hear the melody of the birdsong and the scents of the flora as you’re engrossed in a tale of two contrasting societies. Interplay, the National Centre for Sensory Theatre, has worked for over 45 years to create a special kind of theatre that engages the senses, bringing interactive storytelling within immersive environments to audiences.

Fri 2 – Sat 3 June

Main Auditorium: 3pm & 7pm Tickets: £6 (£8 adults) Family Ticket: £24 Age 7+ All tickets include a pre-show activity hour

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Vivienne Smith Management present

Croft & Pearce Are Not Themselves The stars of BBC Radio 4’s The Croft & Pearce Show (2016), Spirit of the Edinburgh Fringe award-winners and recipients of the official Edinburgh Fringe 2016 sell out show laurel, present their brand new sketch show! Don’t miss out!

‘Fast making names for themselves across the UK comedy scene with their laugh-out-loud sketch show!’ DAILY EXPRESS

‘Magnificent sketch after magnificent sketch… fantastically talented comedians’ BROADWAYBABY

‘Sketch comedy at its best’ ALISTAIR MCGOWAN

Fri 16 June

Theatre Bar: 7:45pm Tickets: £10

Northern Youth Theatre Company present

Bugsy Malone Set in New York, the show charts the story of rival gangsters Fat Sam and Dandy Dan as they wreak havoc with the help of custard pies and destructive splurge guns. After penniless ex-boxer Bugsy Malone falls for aspiring singer Blousey Brown, will he be able to resist seductive songstress Tallulah and stay out of trouble while helping Fat Sam defend his business? Based on the acclaimed film of the same name, Bugsy Malone features a cast of adult characters played by children and young adults to tell this witty and charming story. An all-singing, all-dancing musical spoof very loosely based on real events in Chicago during the Prohibition era.

Thur 15 – Sat 17 June

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm, 2pm Sat matinee Tickets: £15 (£12 concession) Family Ticket: £50

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Freddie Barton presents

Two Pianos Two Pianos will take you on a musical journey back in time to celebrate the rock ‘n’ roll roots of Memphis and New Orleans, performing classic hits from Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and many more. The top class band will perform a score of hits including, Great Balls of Fire, Blue Suede Shoes, Roll Over Beethoven, Johnny B Goode, Love Me Tender, ending in an energetic piano duel – this is an unforgettable night of rock ‘n’ roll piano!

‘Two Pianos rock’ JERRY LEE LEWIS

‘Highly recommended’ CHAS & DAVE

Rachael Swann School of Dancing present

In The Spotlight In The Spotlight is a fabulous variety evening of dance and musical theatre. Be entertained by the brilliant students of the Rachael Swann School of Dancing.

Sat 24 June

Main Auditorium: 2pm & 7:30pm Tickets: £12.50 (£10.50 concession)

Fri 30 June

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £14 (£12 concession)

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Leeds Youth Opera present

A Masked Ball The incomparable Leeds Youth Opera bring Giuseppe Verdi’s character-led and action-packed score alive on the Carriageworks stage. Combining political intrigue, forbidden love and even assassination, this story caused a real stir when it was written. This is a brand new, visually and vocally stunning production – a musical and theatrical experience not to be missed.

Wed 5 – Sat 8 July

Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: £19, £12 (£15, £9 concession) Family Ticket: £50 Students half price on Wed and Thur

Leeds Arts Centre present

Unspoken Alex has a secret. A secret that makes him frustrated and ashamed. A secret he has tried to hide all his life. Until tonight. Tonight he has to decide whether to tell his secret or choose once again to let it remain unspoken. Unspoken is the story of a person who stammers and the many who struggle to be themselves. This new play will throw light on a much misunderstood problem. The King’s Speech was the must see film about stammering – this is the must see play!

Wed 5 – Sat 8 July

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: £12 (£9 concession)

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Carriageworks Young Theatre Makers and Ruth Cooper present

What People Think

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An emotional state of intense discomfort with oneself, experienced when having a socially unacceptable act or condition witnessed by or revealed to others. A team of research scientists set out to answer the question ‘why do we care what people think’ by studying teenage test subjects at their most embarrassing moments. What People Think is a witty and revealing original production by our very own youth theatre, the Carriageworks Young Theatre Makers. Join us for the culmination of their packed year of creating new and exciting theatre.

Sat 29 July

Main Auditorium: 2pm & 7:30pm Tickets: £6 (£8 adults)

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Carriageworks Young Theatre Makers If you are aged 10-19 join us and keep performing all year! Build drama skills and confidence by creating and performing in three original plays each year in our high-profile theatre. You will become a member of one of two groups led by professional theatre director Ruth Cooper – the 10-14s or 15-19s. Older members may also work toward a Bronze or Silver Arts Award. Both groups meet every Saturday during term time. Contact Ruth Cooper via email carriageworksytm@gmail.com or phone 07891 272410 to book a place for the 2017/18 school year workshop auditions on Tuesday 18 July or anytime during the year for a taster workshop.

Paul Holman Associates and Leeds City Council present

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Regular Classes

Carriageworks Theatre

Acting

Lindy Hop

A unique business and events destination

Belly Dancing

Musical Theatre

Yafta Adult Classes Mondays & Wednesdays: 6pm – 9pm With Meilyn Thursdays: 6pm – 7pm

Fridays: 7pm – 9:45pm

On Stage Theatre Arts Academy Saturdays: 1pm – 4pm Age 3 – 18

More information on all our classes including how to book is available on our website under the Participate tab.

In addition to the 349 seater Main Auditorium, a further six meeting rooms are available for conferencing, meetings and workshops, accommodating various numbers of delegates. All conference rooms come with AV equipment, air conditioning and support from a dedicated commercial team. Three of the six meeting rooms are situated in the historic part of the old Carriageworks development. These attractive meeting spaces reveal exposed brickwork and roof beams in keeping with the Victorian architecture whilst providing a light and airy studio feel. These rooms are also available to hire at a competitive rate for evening rehearsals, special occasions, workshops and classes. Please visit www.leedsvenues.org.uk or email carriageworksvenue@leeds.gov.uk for more information.

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Child Friendly Leeds

Access

People of all ages are welcome at Carriageworks Theatre. We take pride in being a child friendly venue. Below are some of the steps we take to be as accessible for children and young people as we can. 1 Age guidance is available in the advertising or from Box Office 1 Pre-show activities for under 10s 1 Baby changing facilities are available on all floors in the unisex accessible toilets 1 Child booster seats are available 1 Breast-feeding mothers are welcome 1 A buggy parking area will be available on show days to keep the auditorium clutter free and safe 1 Children under one year old come for free (But will not be given a specified seat) Please note: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

The venue is fully accessible and has accessible toilets on every level. A number of spaces in the auditorium are reserved for wheelchair users. Please let us know, when booking, of any special access requirements you may have.

This brochure is available in alternative formats – please contact the Box Office 0113 376 0318 for more details or visit www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk Support Dogs are welcome.

A hearing loop is available from the Box Office on arrival. A £5 returnable deposit is required.

Designated on street blue badge parking can be found on: 1 Alexander Street 1 Rossington Street 1 Cookridge Street On street blue badge parking is time limitedplease refer to signage. Blue badge holders can park on street in any ‘general’ Leeds City Council controlled pay and display bays (i.e. bays which are not blue badge bays) on their blue badge, free of charge without a time limitation.

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JANUARY

VENUE

PRODUCTION

Main Auditorium

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

3

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

3

Main Auditorium

DARE DEVIL RIDES TO JARAMA

4

Main Auditorium

MORGAN & WEST’S UTTERLY SPIFFING SPECTACULAR MAGIC SHOW – FOR KIDS (AND CHILDISH GROWN-UPS)

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THE WEIR

5

Carriageworks Theatre

SHORT STORY COURSE WITH S J BRADLEY

5

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

THE RUNAWAY

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Wed 8 – Sun 12

Main Auditorium

LES MISÉRABLES THE SCHOOLS EDITION

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Mon 13

Main Auditorium

VIKINGS IN THE SUPERMARKET WITH NICK SHARRATT

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Wed 15

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

THE CLEAN (AS POSSIBLE) COMEDY SHOW

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Thur 16 – Fri 17

Main Auditorium

3 LITTLE PIGS

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Sat 18

Main Auditorium

HEAVEN EYES

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Thur 23

Main Auditorium

SPILLIKIN – A LOVE STORY

10

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

MITCH BENN: DON’T FEAR THE REAPER

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Wed 1

Main Auditorium

ASHLEY BLAKER: MESHUGA FRUM

11

Thur 2

Main Auditorium

KENDAL MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL ON TOUR

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Fri 3 – Sat 4

Main Auditorium

FRANKENSTEIN

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Tue 7

Main Auditorium

JANE EYRE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY

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Wed 8

Main Auditorium

BODHI PROJECT

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Thur 9

Main Auditorium

NARVIK

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Fri 10

Main Auditorium

THE THING THAT CAME FROM OVER THERE!

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Sat 11

Main Auditorium

ENSONGLOPEDIA OF SCIENCE

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Sat 11

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

THE BUTCHER

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Main Auditorium

MEET FRED

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Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

BEYOND THE WATER’S EDGE

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Sat 18

Main Auditorium

I CAN DO THIS… I CAN DO THAT!

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Tue 21 – Sat 25

Main Auditorium

KISS ME KATE

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FAIRY TALE COURTROOM

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APRIL

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PRODUCTION

Sat 1

Main Auditorium

BIG SCREEN LIVE!

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Tue 4 – Wed 5

Main Auditorium

ROBIN HOOD

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Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

THE EXPLORER

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Main Auditorium

A COMPASS POINTE

20

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

CHRISTOPHER NIBBLE

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Whole Venue

ANIMATION CENTRAL

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Thur 20 – Sat 22

Main Auditorium

RITA, SUE AND BOB TOO

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Wed 26 – Sat 29

Main Auditorium

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Thur 27

A DOUBLE BILL OF AFTER MIDNIGHT – BEFORE THE DAWN AND THE ROSE & CROWN

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Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

NORTHANGER ABBEY

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Fri 5

Main Auditorium

SORRY! NO COLOUREDS, NO IRISH, NO DOGS

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Sat 6

Main Auditorium

ROSS LEADBEATER'S GREAT BRITISH SONGBOOK

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Fri 12 – Sat 13

Main Auditorium

FOR YOU, WE DANCE

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Tue 16 – Sat 20

Main Auditorium

JEKYLL & HYDE – THE MUSICAL

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Thur 18

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

LETTERS TO MYSELF

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Fri 19

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

SCOTTISH FALSETTO SOCK PUPPET THEATRE DO SHAKESPEARE

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Main Auditorium

SAND CASTLES

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Thur 25

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

MEDUSA – A REHEARSED READING

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Wed 31

Main Auditorium

DON’T DRIBBLE ON THE DRAGON

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Fri 2 – Sat 3

Main Auditorium

TARZANNE

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Thur 15 – Sat 17

Main Auditorium

BUGSY MALONE

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Theatre Bar

CROFT & PEARCE ARE NOT THEMSELVES

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Sat 24

Main Auditorium

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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Fri 30

Main Auditorium

TWO PIANOS

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Wed 5 – Sat 8

Main Auditorium

A MASKED BALL

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Wed 5 – Sat 8

Upstairs @ the Carriageworks

UNSPOKEN

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Main Auditorium

WHAT PEOPLE THINK

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MAY

Thur 25 – Sat 27

JUNE

Fri 16

JULY

Sat 29

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Carriageworks Theatre Spring Summer 2017 What's On