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// Welcome to TOM this Spring: TOM - The Old Market, recently renovated, is a dynamic cultural venue just outside Brighton city centre. TOM’s Main House is a 300-500 capacity room with the flexibility to showcase everything from live bands to exciting new theatre, cabaret or comedy. TOM’s Bar, open on all main event nights, also hosts its own entertainment from DJs to live music and comedy. We invite you to discover TOM, and take time to enjoy this enchanting cultural space. See you this Spring! The TOM Team
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TOM’s. Sam Stone presents:.
Laughtermarket Annual Special
Featuring: KATHERINE RYAN, ZOE LYONS, JOE WELLS, JAMES McDONNELL, and your MCs RUE BARRATT & SAM STONE
The beloved Laughtermarket returns for the Annual Special with its trademark blend of television names warming up for national tours, rising stars and soon-to-be-discovered local comics. “Highly recommended” The Public Reviews.
“An incredibly well programmed evening of comedy The Latest & Latest 7. talents,”
Wed 19 Feb | 8:00pm | Advance: £7.00 / [OTD £8.00]
PBJ Management and The Comedy Unit/BBC Worldwide present:
321 with Flange Krammer
and Rusty Dustin Guests include: Colin Hoult, Mark Davison
Phil Lucas, Paul F Taylor, Gemma Whelan...
Ted Rogers makes a surprising reappearance alongside Olympic Skiing Sensation, Flange Krammer. 321 showcases the best in alternative and character comedy, delivering offbeat, raucous entertainment. An Edinburgh sell-out, 321 creates that 1980’s Saturday night feeling (on a Wednesday.) Wednesdays 05 Feb, 05 Mar + Regular | 8:00pm | £3.00 OTD
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TOM’s. bread&circuses present:.
Wot? No Fish!!
“So warm-hearted it makes you melt... one of the most touching [shows] I’ve seen all year.” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Written and Performed by: Danny Braverman. Directed by: Nick Philippou. breadandcircuses.uk.com Premiering to critical acclaim at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, bread&circuses’ new one-man show takes audiences on a captivating journey spanning decades. In 1926 shoemaker Ab Solomons drew on the wage-packet he gave to his wife Celie. Throughout their marriage, right up until the early eighties, Ab had drawn a wage-packet cartoon every week for her. These cartoons, with blistering honesty, through all their ups and downs, chronicled Solomons’ family life. Danny Braverman’s solo show tells the funny and moving story of how he discovered the lost art of his Great-uncle. Wot? No Fish!! is an extraordinary story about love and art, history… and catering. “…reflecting in the end on the way we turn to the past to make sense of the present,” The Times. 20-21 Feb | 7:30pm | Advance: £12.00 [£10.00] / OTD: £13 [£11]
One Inch Badge presents:.
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First date of 2014 tour // New Album: Join The Dots
TOM’s. Freshly Squeezed presents:. TOM Presents:
TOY’s new album, ‘Join The Dots’ was released 09 Dec ’13 on Heavenly Recordings. TOY are: Tom Dougall (vocals / guitar), Dominic O’Dair (guitars), Maxim Barron (bass / vocals), Alejandra Diez (synths / modulations) & Charlie Salvidge (drums / vocals). Tue 18 Feb | 7:30pm Doors | Advance: £10.00
White Mink: Electro Swing Speakeasy
Every event to date - 2012-2013 - a total sell-out!
Following an incredible New Year’s Eve party, White Mink resumes its regular run of events for 2014. Named by Mixmag as the second best party in the UK, White Mink is the sound and style of the 1920’s and 30’s turned on it’s head and smuggled into the 21st century. // See online for more dates.
Fri 07 Feb | 8:00pm Doors | Advance: £14.00 | Curfew 2:00am
The Studio 9 Orchestra
The 20-piece ensemble play Contemporary Jazz Based in Brighton, The Studio 9 Orchestra is a 20-piece ensemble, specialising in 20th Century Jazz, Funk and Latin compositions. Tonight’s performance will feature the world premiere of Simon D’souza’s “Only Breath” suite, commissioned specially for the S9O. // studio9orchestra.com
Sat 08 Feb | 7:30pm Doors | £10.00 [£7.00], Group Rates Avail.
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SJM Concerts presents:.
Sam Smith, Plus Special Guests
“The powerhouse that is Sam Smith’s vocal ability is astounding... he excels in a live scenario” Planet Notion One of the biggest breakout artists to emerge in the past 12 months, Sam Smith has won over fans and critics alike. Sam first emerged on the scene featuring on Disclosure’s hit single ‘Latch’, he went on work with Naughty Boy on one of the biggest selling singles of the year ‘La La La’ which to date has amassed over 100 million views online. This is the first date of Sam Smith’s 2014 European tour. Samsmithworld.com // Facebook & Twitter: “samsmithworld”
Sun 23 Feb | 7:00pm | £11.00 | 14+ Only | SOLD OUT
Minkley’s Night of Melodies
Alice Russell, Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer & Jennifer Left // Raising funds for Samaritans A magical night of mixed-up melodies from some of Brighton’s leading music maestros. Hosted by Guardian writer and comedian Alex Worrall. In memory of Oliver Minkley, and to raise money for the charity Samaritans.
Sun 16 Feb | 7:30pm | £12.00
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Brighton Science Festival presents:.
Festival Of The Spoken Nerd:
Full Frontal Nerdity
A brand new show for the insatiably sci-curious Whether you loved or loathed the school science lab, Festival of the Spoken Nerd is here to feed your brain, tickle your ribs and light your Bunsen burner. Astonishing science with statistically significant comedy. // “Charm and perky curiosity is in its DNA,” Guardian. “Riotously funny” Threeweeks.
Sat 22 Feb | 8:00pm | £15.00 [£13.00]
Brighton Theatre Group presents:.
The all singing, all dancing musical “fur-fest” Dubbed “The Musical of The Decade” by The Sunday Times newspaper, Avenue Q is a hybrid of South Park and The Muppet Show, sure to have you crying with laughter and roaring with joy! Contains adult humour and puppet nudity. // Brighton Theatre Group: brightontg.com
SMuTS [Sussex Musical Theatre Society] presents:.
11-15 Feb, 8:00pm [Matinee: 15 Feb, 5:00pm] | £12.50 - £17.50
Little Shop of Horrors
Boasting comedy, romance and a man eating plant “On the twenty third day of the month of September, in an early year of a decade not too long before our own, the human race suddenly encountered a deadly threat to its very existence…” // SMuTs present a banksy-esque, urban reimagining of the eternally popular 1982 musical.
26Feb - 01Mar, 7:30pm [Matinee: 01 Mar, 2:30pm] | £12.00 [£10.00]
// MARCH SICK! is a new festival exploring the physical, mental and social challenges of life and death and how we survive them (or don’t). Presenting an outstanding international, cross art-form programme of performance, film, public installations and debates, the festival seeks out new ways of talking about and dealing with difficult issues; ways that are unflinching, informed, irreverent and humane. event
Koen De Preter presents:.
03 - 29 March Various Venues sickfestival.com
Two people share a dream: to go on dancing to the end of their days
Gob Squad & CAMPO present:.
A man and woman are on stage. Two dancers, two generations. Koen is 32 years old, Alphea is 88. Together they bridge the gap between young and old, and 60 years of dance history, in a balancing act between the wishes and limitations of the human body. Journey brings two generations closer. Fri 14 Mar | 8:00pm | £12.00 [£10.00]
Before Your Very Eyes
Seven lives lived in fast forward, (with real children!) For the first time in their 17 year history, Gob Squad do not appear onstage themselves, instead directing a group of 8-14 year olds. As the audience observe them in a “saferoom” made of one-way mirrors like insects in a jam jar, the children onstage peer into the future at themselves as adults, and nostalgically back at their recent past.
Fri 07 Mar | 8:00pm | £12.00 [£10.00]
house and Theatr Mwldan present the Perth Theatre Company production, in association with TOM & SICK:
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It’s Dark Outside
“A rare triumph of theatrical ingenuity and human compassion,” The West Australian The team behind multi awardwinning The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer are back with another heartfelt tale about death, redemption and dementia. An old man wanders into the wild. As the sun sets he finds himself in a surreal western, on the run from a mysterious tracker hell-bent on hunting him down.
“Beautiful and captivating,”
Direct from sold out shows at the Sydney Festival, It’s Dark Outside is “...moving and uplifting,” The Australian. The show is also WINNER of the ArtsHub Critic’s Choice Award.
Sat 29 Mar | 8:00pm | Advance: £12.00 [£10.00] / OTD: £13 [£11]
Frank Alva Buecheler & Neil Hannon present:.
A moving and at times funny meditation in song Featuring haunting music (Neil Hannon - The Divine Comedy), stunning projected images (Imitating The Dog), and live string ensemble (Ligeti Quartet). A beautiful and sumptuous piece of music theatre charting the end of one man’s life. // Original English-language production commissioned by Live at LICA. Wed 19 Mar | 8:00pm | £12.00 [£10.00]
Gathering Light: Breaking Form
supported by: University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Zaza Music presents:.
A provocative exhibition by awardwinning photographer Clare Park. She collaborated with patients, their families and doctors to capture the hope and strength of human spirit that shone through their shared experience of medical research and living with Parkinson’s Nature’s Grace disease. // www.clarepark.com by Clare Park FREE Exhibition | March - April | Details Online
“Passion, energy and virtuosity”
Salsa Celtica’s whirlwind mix of Latin and Celtic rhythms, virtuoso musicians and exuberant energy is guaranteed to set the dancefloor on fire. With their long awaited new studio album ‘The Tall Islands’ to be released at the start of the year, 2014 is going to be a huge year for Salsa Celtica.
Sun 23 Mar | 7:00pm | Advance: £15.00
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TOM’s. Lakin McCarthy presents:.
Mark Thomas: 100 Acts of Minor Dissent
“Subversive mischief-making... who knew that fighting the good fight would be so entertaining?” Chortle Mark Thomas is well versed in the art of creative mayhem and over the years his troublemaking has changed laws, cost companies millions and annoyed those who most deserved to be. After his award winning show Bravo Figaro, Mark sets himself the task of committing 100 Acts of Minor Dissent in the space of a year. The results are subversive, hilarious, mainly legal and occasionally inspiring. // “Hours of pranksterism have been funnelled into [this],” The Telegraph.
Wed 26 Mar | 8:00pm | Advance: £15.00 [£10.00] / OTD: £16 [£11]
Comedian, Magician, Psychopath 2014
“Truly astonishing sleight of hand,” Guardian
Best known as an offensive comedian, Jerry Sadowitz is also one of the world’s most skilled and creative card magicians. In this show you’ll get to see some amazing sleight of hand and original magic projected on a large screen. // “Genius... astounds, amuses and appals in equal measure,” The Times.
Sat 15 Mar | 8:00pm | £22.50
TOM presents a Paines Plough and Birmingham Repertory Theatre production:.
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Hopelessly Devoted by Kate Tempest “Tremendous... textured... riveting,” The Observer
A parent knows devotion. A football fan, an athlete, a scientist, a priest. They feel it. No matter how hopeless it seems. Chess is in prison. Facing a lengthy sentence, her cell mate becomes her soul mate. But when Serena is given parole, Chess faces total isolation. Hope comes in the form of a music producer looking for a reason to love music again. She finds a powerful voice in Chess. But to harness her talent, Chess must first face her past. Following her smash-hit debut WASTED, Kate Tempest’s incendiary new play combines lyrical fireworks with exhilarating live music. // “Wings its way straight to the heart... a little shard of lyrical brilliance” The Times. Web: painesplough.com Tw: @painesplough #kthopelesslydevoted
Mon 17 Mar | 7:30pm | Adv: £12.00 [£10.00] / OTD: £13 [£11] | 14+ STOP PRESS: TOM adds new events after brochure deadlines...
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“Highly likely to have you on your feet by the end…
mind-bending, illusionistic and spellbinding,” The Edinburgh Reporter
“An eye-teasing, grin-inducing, deeply impressive work,” Time Out NewYork. LEO is a solo physical theatre piece that challenges our sense of gravity and reality through the clever interplay of superlative acrobatic performance and high tech video projection. Universally appealing to adults and children alike, this is the funny, intriguing and moving journey of a seemingly ordinary man whose world becomes physically unhinged. From the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to New York, Moscow and Hong Kong, the multi-award winning show LEO is a one man, one-of-a-kind physical theatre piece that defies theatrical convention as brilliantly as it does the law of gravity. Jaws will drop as LEO takes “off the wall” to a whole new level.
AWARDS: Best Of Edinburgh, Threeweeks Editors’, Scotsman Fringe First, Adelaide Critic’s Circle, John Chattaway Innovation “There’s a playfulness to the delivery and a warmth to the narrative that makes it a fantastic festival outing for families. A small festival gem,” The Guardian. “It’s unusual to hear so many child-like gasps of sheer delighted astonishment in a theater,” The Village Voice [USA.]
TOM & Y2D Productions in association with Chamaeleon Productions present:
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// Event Details: DATES & TIMES: 17-26 April [Except 22] >> 7:30pm + Saturdays 19 & 26 April >> 2:30pm Tickets: BAND 1: £10.00 All Tickets, 17 Apr // BAND 2: £13.00 [£11.00] Adv., 18, 19 Mat, 20, 21, 23, 26 Mat Apr // BAND 3: £15.00 [£13.00] Adv, 19 Eve, 24, 25, 26 Eve [Note: All tickets £1.00 more if purchased on the door.]
Length: 65min Recommended: Ages 6+ Group rates available.
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TOM’s. Show And Tell presents:.
On The Beach and The Islanders
A double-bill of acclaimed theatre pieces heralding seaside adventure and escapism... // On The Beach by John Osborne From the creator of the Radio 4 and West End sell-out show John Peel’s Shed, this show documents a lunchtime walk along a beach: charting the lives, loves, hopes and nostalgia all found down on the beach. // The Islanders An indie musical about memories, firstloves and growing up - by Amy Mason, Eddie Argos (lead singer of Art Brut) and folk star Jim Moray. [Pictured right.]
Tue 29 Apr | 7:30pm | Advance: £12.00 [£10.00] / OTD: £13 [£11]
ACT [The Academy of Creative Training] presents:.
A Month In The Country
by Ivan Turgenev [Adapted by Brian Friel]
Directed by Sean McLevy. Brian Friel’s free adaptation of Turgenev’s timeless comedy is elegant, ironic and has a nice, contemporary bite, with passion, frustration and hilarity. If you love Chekhov, you’ll love this version.
03-05 Apr, 8:00pm [Matinee: 05 Apr, 2:30pm] | £12.60 [£10.50]
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Molotov Jukebox Plus Guests
“Molotov Jukebox: world domination with
dancing and possibly sex...” Eddie Temple Morris, XFM
If you haven’t heard of Molotov Jukebox, you’ve really not been getting out enough. They are a relentlessly fiery Londonbased 6-piece with a large home grown following and a rapidly expanding international fanbase, having played to packed crowds at festivals across Europe and the UK and whilst on tour in Brazil. // “Exactly what it says on the tin... sex with music. AMAZING!” Chris Hawkins, BBC 6Music. // molotov-jukebox.co.uk Nb. This performance was rescheduled from Nov 2013 - Tickets remain valid.
Sun 06 Apr | 7:30pm | Advance: £10.00 | 14+ Only, U16s with Adult
Live Nation presents:.
Lee Hurst: Things That
Make You Go Aaarggh!! What really winds you up? In his new tour, stand up comic Lee Hurst provides a night of laughter and letting off some steam. Lee doesn’t just perform a stand up show, it’s an event that changes night to night. What sends you over the edge?
Fri 11 Apr | 8:00pm | £16.00 [£14.00]
A new play by Paul Hodson. An upfront, comic play about passion, patriotism and ‘Englishness’ 2001, the night before England thrash Germany 5-1. Four England fans meet for the first time on a campsite in Munich. Drink is drunk, songs are sung, secrets are exposed. 1945, Alf and Ted march through Europe for home, fighting fascism while dreaming of a new England. Tonight, live on your stage, stand up comic Eddy Brimson offers a funny, hard-hitting insight on English society, football and comedy today. From the author of Way Out West & Fever Pitch.
30 Apr & 01 May | 7:30pm | £12.00 | 16+ [Strong lang. & drug ref’s]
Shakespeare Unbound: A Gift To The Future
Written & Performed by Colin David Reese
A narrative of John Heminges almost certainly Shakespeare’s closest friend - which draws the audience into the excitement of Elizabethan drama in an original and entertaining style.
Mon 28 Apr | 8:00pm | £16 [£10 Conc.] | Lottery Subsidised
Conc. price: £3, if beneficial for academic or professional reasons.
TOM’s. The Future Is Unwritten presents:.
REGULAR EVENTS in TOM’s Bar
The Drawing Circus in TOM’s Bar
// Regular Events in TOM’s Bar:
>> see theoldmarket.com for dates and details 321 with Flange Krammer
This madcap revisiting of the hit 80’s gameshow platforms the best in alternative and character comedy. GUEST INCLUDE: Colin Hoult, Adam Hess, Matt Ewins, Paul F Taylor [right], and Gemma Whelan. Regular Wednesdays >> See listings & online
Belief in the value of design. Connect, inspire and create.
The Drawing Circus
Themed, drop-in, sociable lifedrawing sessions. BYO materials.
Free, monthly photgraphy talks with special guest speakers.
Creative meet-ups for Brighton’s contemporary craft scene.
Your Visit to TOM The Old Market...
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// ONLINE: www.theoldmarket.com
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TOM’s Box Office is open every weekday from 1pm - 5pm.
// On The phone: 01273 201 801
For bookings, queries, carer comps or just to say hello, we’re on the other end of the phone from 10am - 6pm weekdays.
“Lovely night, amazing vibe, brilliant people!” Jonathan Wilson [Performed Jan 12]
// SHOW TIMES, Door times and Seating If not otherwise specified, shows and events at TOM are ‘unreserved’ [ie. sit where you like] or standing gig format. We open our doors at least 45min before the show start time, so please arrive early to choose your seats. // TRANSACTION feeS: £1.70 Card, £0.00 Cash Please be aware that fees do apply for card payments. Each transaction processed on credit or debit card will incur a £1.70 transaction fee. Cash payments incur no transaction fee. Transaction fees cover our box office operating costs. An unlimited number of tickets may be purchased in one transaction. [Nb: This structure is a change from our 2013 transaction fees.] For cash bookings, our opening times are 1-5pm weekdays, plus show times. // ACCESSIBILITY We aim to be a fully accessible venue. All on ground floor level are: Main House, Foyer, Bar, Box Office. Lift access: Toilets, Backstage. Please feel free to call in advance of your visit if you require any additional information. // OPENING HOURS: BOX OFFICE & VISITOR INFORMATION POINT >> 1:00-5:00pm Weekdays >> Doors open 45min before show start times [Except gigs & club nights, where the ‘Door Time’ itself will be listed.] // CONCESSION RATES [£ Conc.] available on most shows, apply for Full Time Students, Over 65s, Long-Term Unemployed and Under 16s. Please bring proof of status.
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05 WED // 8:00pm // COMEDY // 321 with flange krammer & rusty dustin // £3 On The Door ONLY 07 FRI // 8:00pm Doors // MUSIC // WHITE MINK: ELECTRO SWING SPEAKEASY // £14 Adv. 08 SAT // 7:30pm Doors // MUSIC // the studio 9 orchestra // £10.00 [7.00], Group Rates Available. 11-13 // 8:00pm // THEATRE // Avenue Q // £15 [£13] // Contains adult humour and puppet nudity. 14-15 // 8:00pm // THEATRE // Avenue Q // £17.50 All Tickets 15 SAT // 5:00pm // THEATRE // Avenue Q // £12.50 All Tickets 16 SUN // 7:30pm // MUSIC // Minkley’s night of melodies // £12 18 TUE // 7:30pm // MUSIC // TOY // £10 Adv. 19 WED // 8:00pm // COMEDY // laughtermarket annual special // Adv: £7, Door: £8 20-21 // 7:30pm // THEATRE // Wot? No fish!! // Adv: £12 [£10], Door: £13 [£11] 22 SAT // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Part of: Brighton Science Festival // Festival of the spoken nerd: Full frontal nerdity // £15 [£13] 23 SUN // 7:00pm // MUSIC // Sam smith Plus Special Guests // Adv: £11 SOLD OUT 26 Feb - 01 Mar // 7:30pm // THEATRE // Little Shop of horrors // £12 [£10]
01 SAT // 2:30pm MATINEE SHOW // THEATRE // Little Shop of horrors // £12 [£10] 01 SAT // 7:30pm // THEATRE // Little Shop of horrors // £12 [£10] 05 WED // 8:00pm // COMEDY // 321 with flange krammer & rusty dustin // £3 On The Door ONLY 07 FRI // 8:00pm // THEATRE // SICK Festival // Before your very eyes // £12 [£10] 14 FRI // 8:00pm // THEATRE // SICK Festival // Journey // £12 [£10] 15 SAT // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Jerry Sadowitz: Comedian magician, psychopath 2014 // £22.50 17 MON // 7:30pm // THEATRE // hopelessly devoted by kate tempest // Adv: £12 [£10], Door: £13 [£11]
PLEASE CHECK: theoldmarket.com for all our updates! 19 WED // 8:00pm // THEATRE // SICK Festival // In may // £12 [£10] 23 SUN // 7:00pm // MUSIC // Salsa celtica // Adv: £15 26 WED // 8:00pm // COMEDY // mark thomas: 100 acts of minor dissent // Adv: £15 [£10], Door: £16 [£11] 29 SAT // 8:00pm // THEATRE // SICK Festival // It’s dark outside // Adv: £12 [£10], Door: £13 [£11] EXHIBITION: March-April // Various Times [Including all public events. Or please call for opening times.] // SICK Festival // Gathering light: breaking form // £FREE
03-05 // 8:00pm // THEATRE // A month in the country // £12.50 [£10.50] 05 SAT // 2:30pm // THEATRE // A month in the country // £12.50 [£10.50] 06 SUN // 7:30pm // MUSIC // Molotov Jukebox // £10 11 FRI // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Lee Hurst: Things that make you go aaarggh!!! // £16 [£14] 17-26 [Not 22] // 7:30pm EVENING SHOW // THEATRE // LEO // Tickets prices: BAND 1: £10 All Tickets - 17 Apr BAND 2: Adv: £13 [£11] Door: £14 [£12] - 18, 19 Mat, 20, 21, 23 BAND 3: Adv: £15 [£13] Door: £16 [£14] - 19, 24, 25, 26 Group Rates Available, please enquire. 19 SAT & 26 SAT // 2:30pm MATINEE SHOW // THEATRE // LEO // Ticket: BAND 2: Adv: £13 [£11], Door: £14 [£12], Group Rates Available. 28 MON // 8:00pm // THEATRE // Shakespeare unbound - A gift to the future // £16 [£10] or Lottery-subsidised Conc. price: £3, if beneficial for academic or professional reasons. 29 TUE // 7:30pm // THEATRE // on the beach and the islanders // Adv: £12 [£10], Door: £13 [£11] 30 Apr - 01 May // 7:30pm // THEATRE // England away by paul hodson // £12.00 // 16+ [Contains strong language & drug references.] EXHIBITION: March-April // Various Times [Including all public events. Or please call for opening times.] // SICK Festival // Gathering light: breaking form // £FREE
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It's a packed Event Programme, with 48 Performances, the majority of which are on sale now. Whether you're looking for brand new theatre, bi...