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York Theatre Royal presents

Join Mole as he introduces you to his friends; amiable Ratty, wise Badger and infamous Mr Toad. Together they tell action packed stories of boating on the river, adventuring in the Wild Wood, battling weasels at Toad Hall and a few mis-haps with motor cars. This summer, nature will take over York Theatre Royal’s building as the whole theatre and foyer is transformed into Toad Hall. Picnic on the lawn before entering our newly configured auditorium in the round – as you’ve never seen it before!

AUGUST

THU 22 JUL – SAT 21 AUG

JULY

THE BIGGEST AND BEST FAMILY EVENT IN YORKSHIRE THIS SUMMER

From the team that brought you The Railway Children comes another much loved family story, re-told in this inventive and enchanting production. Directed by Damian Cruden & Katie Posner Designed by Catherine Chapman & Lydia Denno Lighting Designed by Richard G Jones Composer and Musical Director Christopher Madin

Adapted from Kenneth Grahame’s novel by Mike Kenny

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THU 22 2.30 & 7.00 FRI 23 2.30 & 7.00 SAT 24 2.30 & 7.00 SUN 25 MON 26 TUE 27 2.30 & 7.00 WED 28 2.30 & 7.00 THU 29 2.30 & 7.00 FRI 30 2.30 & 7.00 SAT 31 2.30 & 7.00 SUN 01 MON 02 TUE 03 2.30 & 7.00 WED 04 2.30 & 7.00 THU 05 2.30 & 7.00 FRI 06 2.30 & 7.00 SAT 07 2.30 & 7.00 SUN 08 MON 09 TUE 10 2.30 & 7.00 WED 11 2.30 & 7.00 THU 12 2.30 & 7.00 BSL FRI 13 2.30 & 7.00 AD SAT 14 2.30 C/AD & 7.00 SUN 15 MON 16 TUE 17 2.30 & 7.00 WED 18 2.30 & 7.00 THU 19 2.30 & 7.00 FRI 20 2.30 & 7.00 SAT 21 2.30 & 7.00

Performance location: Main House in the round Tickets: Matinees Evenings Adult £16 £18 Children under 16 £10 £11 Concessions £12 £13 Family Ticket (max 2 adults) £45 £48

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Restricted view seats £10 Groups 10 +: 1 ticket free in every 10 Members 15% off Pre-book a Wind in the Willows Picnic Box full of goodies from our café including deli sandwiches, freshly made cakes, fruit and homemade lemonade. For 2 people - £12 For 4 people - £20 For 6 people - £30 Please state at the time of booking whether you have any dietary requirements. Audio Described: Fri 13 Aug, 7.00pm & Sat 14 Aug, 2.30pm Captioned: Sat 14 Aug, 2.30pm Signed performance: Thu 12 Aug, 7.00pm

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The Touring Consortium in association with the National Railway Museum present The York Theatre Royal production of

YORK THEATRE ROYAL IN LONDON FROM 4 JULY AT WATERLOO STATION After two critically acclaimed summer runs at the National Railway Museum, York Theatre Royal’s spectacular production transfers to London and will be performed in the former Eurostar terminal at Waterloo Station! One of the country’s best loved novels will come to life using this unique theatre setting that will be converted into a 1,000 seat venue with audiences sitting either side of a real railway track. Join Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis as they tell the story of how they became The Railway Children once again featuring the Stirling Single, a beautiful 60 tonne steam locomotive. Adapted from E. Nesbit’s novel by Mike Kenny Directed by Damian Cruden Designed by Joanna Scotcher Lighting designed by Richard G Jones Composed by Christopher Madin Sound design by Craig Vear

York Theatre Royal Youth Theatre presents

Adapted by Helen Edmundson from Jamila Gavin’s Whitbread award winning children’s novel

THU 26 – SAT 28 AUG Aaron, the abandoned heir to a great estate and his friend Toby, saved from an African slave ship, seek the parents who left them at The Coram Hospital for Deserted Children. Eighteenth century England closes around them as Handel’s Messiah sets the tone and tempo in this outstanding piece of contemporary drama.

“A runaway success“ The Observer

Main booking number – 0871 297 0740 www.railwaychildrenwaterloo.com Tickets - £45.50, £30.50. £20.50. Groups 10+ - £35 (plus £1 charity donation) for Mon, Wed, Thur perfs. School Groups 10+ - £22.50 (plus £1 charity donation) for Mon, Wed, Thur perfs. One teacher free with every 10 booked.

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The production is in support of the Railway Children’s Charity that aims to help homeless and runaway children throughout the world. £1 per ticket sale will be donated to the charity.

Originally produced at the National Theatre, Coram Boy was nominated for Olivier, Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. Produced in association with the National Centre for Early Music, the show will feature a choir of 30 young people. Directed by Kate Plumb Designed by Lydia Denno & Catherine Chapman Musical Director Christopher Madin An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books

Times: 7.00pm with a 1.30pm (Sat) matinee Performance location: Main House in the round Tickets: £14, £12 concessions, £5 students & u25s Members 15% off

Whitbread children’s book of the year 2000

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FRI 10 – SAT 25 SEP A Love story for the 21st Century These violent delights have violent ends And in their triumph die, like fire and powder, Which as they kiss consume York Theatre Royal and Pilot Theatre present

Written by William Shakespeare

York Theatre Royal and award winning company Pilot Theatre, (Lord of the Flies, Looking for JJ), present a new vibrant production of Shakespeare’s timeless tale of star crossed lovers. A story of dangerous rivalries and secret loves here vividly brought to life in a fast moving and contemporary telling of this celebrated story. With stunning visuals and cutting edge soundtrack, this production will inspire and enthuse audiences of all ages with its exuberance, poetry and thrilling action.

There are lots of opportunities to be involved with the production from a range of online educational resources to practical workshops in schools and talks at the theatre - for further information see pilottheatre.com or mail education@pilot-theatre.com Directed by Marcus Romer and Katie Posner Designed by Chloe Lamford Lighting Designed by Richard Howell Composed by Sandy Nuttgens Dramaturg Juliet Forster

Times: 7.30pm with 2pm (Thu)/ 2.30pm (Sat) matinees Performance location: Main House Tickets: Tue- Thu Fri & Sat Matinees SIF Gallery £10 £12 £12 £10 Upper Circle £13 £15 £12 £10 Dress Circle £17 £20 £12 £10 Stalls £15 £18 £12 £10

Students, Schools & u25s £7 £7 £7 £7

Members 15% off Concessions available, see p32 for details Signed performance: Tue 21 Sep, 7.30pm Audio Described: Sat 25 Sep, 2.30pm & 7.30pm Captioned: Sat 25 Sep, 2.30pm

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After Show Discussions: Thu 16 Sep, 2pm; Tue 21 Sep, 7.30pm; Thu 23 Sep, 2pm

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SST Productions presents

Hotbuckle Productions present

ajtc Theatre Company presents

The CrickCrack Club presents

CHARLATAN

JOSHUA

SCARECROW

GILGAMESH

SCRIPT FACTOR YORKWRITE

TUE 7 – WED 8 SEP

THU 9 – FRI 10 SEP

SAT 11 SEP

SAT 11 SEP

MON 13 SEP

Written by Mike Kenny

Written and directed by Tony Tanner

Written by Adrian Preater

The end of Winter. The distant cawing of crows. In a furrowed field stands a lonely scarecrow. He is confused and fed up. "You. Scare. Crows. That's what you do. Scare! Crows!" But the cheeky, noisy birds just won't go away! What can he do?

Over 3,500 years after this ancient Sumerian epic was first outlined on stone tablets, storyteller Ben Haggarty and percussionist Manya Maratou, bring Gilgamesh to the stage in an extraordinary and powerful performance. This story of a bored tyrant ruling a city so beautiful that even the Gods choose to make it their home, explores the nature of power, the threat of apocalypse and mortality.

Script Factor returns with brand-new scripts - this time on a theme involving real people, whether famous historical figures or family members. Watch new scripts come to life in the capable hands of York Settlement Players! Discuss them with the writers and finally vote for your favourite!

A lush, sexy and painful revealing of the life of the world’s greatest impresario, Sergei Diaghilev. Revel in an orgy of life, loves, and personal/professional loss voiced by the master himself. Celebrate the Centenary of the Ballets Russes storming Paris and creating a revolution in the Arts. Times: 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

This hilarious new play by Adrian Preater, is a madcap, absurd voyage through the final hours of a condemned man... and his duck. What is his crime? He has no idea. All he knows is that his ex-wife was in charge of the prosecution at his trial…and his duck has no sympathy. Somewhere nestled between Monty Python, Orton, Ionesco and Kafka, Joshua is a comic adventure not to be missed! Times: 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

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A story told with music, movement, puppetry, and fun. Perfect for over 5s and their families. Directed by Rosamunde Hutt (Associate Director, Unicorn Theatre) Times: 11am & 1.30pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £10 adults, £6 children u16

SUITABLE FOR

5+

Time: 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

14+

Real Circumstance Theatre Company in association with York Theatre Royal present

Time: 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £5, £4 SY and YCSP members

TUE 14 WED 15 SEP Script Yorkshire and York Settlement Community Players present a selection of new writing from local playwrights. Yorkwrite is a further development of the ongoing collaboration between local writers, directors and actors. The proceeds from Yorkwrite’s ticket sales will go towards the York Theatre Royal Access For All Fund. Times: 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £5, £4 SY and YCSP members

OUR SHARE OF TOMORROW FRI 17 – SAT 25 SEP Written and directed by Dan Sherer

Tom asked Grace out when they were sitting on the Quay. She was fifteen, he a year older, and they were very happy together. But then she had to go away – something to do with her parents. So he sat on the Quay waiting for her. And one day she came back. Our Share of Tomorrow is a love story. ‘Moving, gut-wrenching contemporary theatre’ Metro ★★★★★ After two successful shows (Limbo, Lough/Rain) Real Circumstance return to work with York Theatre Royal on a new play that will be going to this year’s Edinburgh Festival www.realcircumstance.com/osot Times: 7.45pm with 2pm (Sat) & 2.30pm (Thu) matinees Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

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WHEN WE LIVED IN UNCLE'S HAT THU 30 SEP – SAT 16 OCT Written by Finnegan Kruckemeyer adapted from the book by Peter Stamm and Jutta Bauer

This is a play about how walls don’t make a house. And doors don’t make a house. It’s a play about how a family makes a house. And it doesn’t matter where you live – whether it’s an up house or a down house, or an outhouse or a townhouse – who you live with, is the important bit. This delightfully illustrated children’s book is brought to life on stage by tutti frutti and York Theatre Royal. With live music throughout, the merry band of actor-musicians give it an energy and wondrous beauty that will take you to the house with the blue light, round the brim of uncle’s hat and over the moon, all in search of that most magical place – a home. Directed by Wendy Harris Design by Alison Heffernan Music by Dominic Sales Movement by Ruth-Tyson Jones

Times: 11am, 1.30pm & 6pm, see diary p33 Performance location: Studio Tickets: £10 adults, £6 children u16

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The Comedy Theatre Company present BBC TV's

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES

Off The Kerb Productions in association with Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd present

Belt Up Theatre present

Seabright Productions presents

MACBETH

RICH HALL

WED 6 – THU 7 OCT

HIT ME! THE LIFE AND RHYMES OF IAN DURY

MON 4 OCT

From the company behind The Tartuffe, The Trial and Lorca is Dead.

“Now is the time to grab this chance to see the great man at work” The Guardian QI, Have I Got News For You and Never Mind The Buzzcocks regular Rich Hall brings his grouchy, deadpan Perrier awardwinning comic genius after charming sell-out audiences at Edinburgh Festival and across the world. His extensive television appearances include BBC 4’s How The West Was Lost, his DVD, Hell I Ain’t Happy, and numerous books including Things Snowball and I Blame Society. Don’t miss this exceptional comedian. Time: 7.30pm Performance Location: Main House Recommended 16+ Tickets: £16 (Stalls & Dress Circle), £14 (Upper Circle), £12 (Gallery) Buy tickets for Rich Hall & Kevin Bridges for just £26 (Stalls & Dress Circle) see p25

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York Theatre Royal’s critically acclaimed company in residence, Belt Up Theatre, invite you to bear witness to a nightmarish new production of Shakespeare's tale of murder, ghosts and the worst extremes of the human soul. Tonight, no one is who they seem. “as thrilling as it is disorientating” ★★★★ Lyn Gardner, The Guardian on The Trial Times: 7.30pm with a 2pm (Thu) matinee Performance Location: Main House Caution: Contains scenes of a disturbing and/or offensive nature in Belt Up’s usual irreverent style. Tickets: £17 (Dress Cirle), £15 (Stalls), £13 (Upper Circle), £10 (Gallery) Matinees £12 Students, Schools & u25s £7

FRI 8 – SAT 9 OCT Written by Jeff Merrifield This warts-and-all portrait of the Blockheads’ lead singer tours direct from its second West End season, exploring the highs and lows of Ian Dury’s extraordinary career and inspirational life story. Featuring many of his best songs performed live, including Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick and Reasons To Be Cheerful. “Spot-on live renditions of Dury’s late-70s hits” Time Out Critics Choice ★★★★ “Brilliant. Tells a fascinating story with both humour and brutal reality” British Theatre Guide ★★★★★ Time: 7.30pm Performance Location: Main House Tickets: £17 (Dress Circle), £15 (Stalls), £13 (Upper Circle), £10 (Gallery) Students, Schools & u25s £7

TUE 12 – SAT 16 OCT Written by Roy Clarke Join Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced ‘bouquet’) and her dysfunctional family, sisters Rose and Daisy, brother-in-law Onslow, and neighbours Elizabeth and Emmet in this hysterical brand-new play. Emmet is directing a play for the local amateur dramatic company and will go to extreme measures to keep Hyacinth out of it. However Hyacinth is showing her new painting, WILLOW

Times: 7.30pm with a 2pm (Thu) & 2.30pm (Sat) matinee Performance Location: Main House Tickets: Tue- Thu Fri & Sat Matinees Gallery £10 £12 £12 Upper Circle £13 £15 £12 Dress Circle £17 £20 £12 Stalls £15 £18 £12

BY MOONLIGHT, at the Art Exhibition there and when she hears that the part of Lady Malvern is yet to be cast then nothing will stop her. With GARETH HALE (Hale and Pace) as Onslow, KIM HARTMAN (‘Allo ‘Allo) as Elizabeth, STEVEN PINDER (Brookside, Doctors) as Emmet, DEBBIE ARNOLD (Eastenders) as Rose plus the brilliant RACHEL BELL (Darling Buds Of May, Grange Hill, Dear John) as Hyacinth and featuring DAVID JANSON (‘Allo ‘Allo, Keeping Up Appearances) in a surprise role, this promises to be one of the comedy highlights of the season.

Audio Described: Sat 16 Oct, 2.30pm & 7.30pm Students, Schools & u25s £7 £7 Members 15% off £7 Concessions available see p32 for details £7

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TUE 19 – SAT 23 OCT York Opera presents

By Gilbert & Sullivan

The main target of Gilbert’s satire in Ruddigore is 19th century melodrama. His story, set in the quaint Cornish village of Rederring, contains many elements of the genre, including a sweet village maiden, a mad maiden, a wicked baronet, a rakish sailor, a (seemingly) innocent hero and a terrible witch’s curse, which is the catalyst for the famous ghost scene in the picture gallery. Sullivan’s music is among the finest he ever wrote, especially for the high drama of the second act. Time: 7.30pm Performance location: Main House

Tickets:

Tue - Sat

Students

Gallery Upper Circle Dress Circle Stalls

£7 £14 £20 £18

£5 £9 £13 £12

Over 60’s concessions £2 discount on 19, 20, 21 only Groups - one free ticket in every ten. An amateur production

York R I Band presents

BANDSTAND BRASS SAT 23 OCT Under its new Musical Director, Gordon Eddison, York R I Band, runners-up in the North of England 3rd Section Championships and National Finalists 2010, returns to the York Theatre Royal stage to present another concert in its 'Bandstand Brass' series. Enjoy an afternoon of exciting brass with the York R I Band!

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Time: 2.30pm Performance location: Main House Tickets: £10, no concessions

Nicholas Collett Productions present

Red Dog Theatre Company presents

Dancing Brick presents

I’M A MINGER

ONE FLEA SPARE

TUE 19 – WED 20 OCT

THU 21 – FRI 22 OCT

Written and performed by Alex Jones

Written by Naomi Wallace

6.0: HOW HEAP AND PEBBLE TOOK ON THE WORLD AND WON

Follow 14 year old Katie in her battle against the bullies and her search for love. I’m A Minger asks tough questions about the rise in suicide as a “life” choice for teenagers today. ”Alex Jones writes with fury, passion and compassion about those whose voices are seldom heard” Financial Times Directed by Amy Bonsall Designed by Maira Vazeou Time: 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Contains some strong language. Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

14+

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On the last day of their quarantine, a wealthy couple’s house is invaded by two strangers - a sailor and a girl who might not be what she seems. And so another month of quarantine begins. Watched over by their jailor, these four must find a way to survive both the plague and each other. This production is both an installation art piece and a performance piece. From the writer of The Fever Chart, performed by York Theatre Royal and Pilot Theatre in Autumn 09 Times: 7.45pm with a 1.30pm (Fri) matinee Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

14+

SAT 23 OCT The amazing story of two ice dancers in a world without ice. The thrilling young company Dancing Brick presents its beautiful and hilarious new play about loss, sport and what happens when our environment can no longer provide us with what we need. Winner of the Arches Brick Award, Shortlisted for a Total Theatre Award, 6.0 is a performance not to be missed. Times: 4pm & 7.45pm Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions

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FESTIVAL WEEK AT YORK THEATRE ROYAL A WHILE AGO… York

LAST YEAR… York Theatre

THIS YEAR… TakeOver10

Theatre Royal was generously awarded a funding grant from some important fellows at the Arts Council to encourage more young people to get involved in the arts and theatre.

Royal used the opportunity to organise a fantastic new festival where thousands of young people from across the country participated in seeing some shows and helping to run the theatre for a few weeks, and called it TakeOver… because young people literally took over the theatre!

aspires to be even more exciting and imaginative than ever. Spread over three weeks, the first part of our festival will take place 25 – 30 Oct and then a further two weeks in spring (with lots of activity in between). This year’s festival hopes to bring emerging new talent to the forefront and encourage even greater participation from young people, in a selection box of diverse and exciting activity. The TakeOver team are busy packing the Oct half term week full of performances, workshops and events. Here’s a sneak preview of what’s to come.

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Polarbear and mac in association with The Albany present

Works by Warren Adams, Aletta Collins, Isira Makuloluwe and Philip Taylor Tue 26 Oct

Thu 28 – Fri 29 Oct Following their successful visit last October, internationally renowned contemporary dance company Phoenix Dance Theatre return to York with their latest mixed programme. Featuring four contrasting pieces of dance, including two world premieres, a UK premiere and the return of audience favourite Haunted Passages, Declarations is a perfect example of the diverse, entertaining bills Phoenix is famed for. “a spiky, fluttery pas de trois of the greatest delicacy and precision.” The Independent on Haunted Passages, 1995 Times: 7.30pm Performance Location: Main House Tickets: £17 (Dress Circle), £15 (Stalls), £13 (Upper Circle), £10 (Gallery) £7 students & u25s

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Photogra phy: HA NSON

The team brought you an innovative programme, including Belt Up’s The Tartuffe and The Trial - which transferred to Southwark Playhouse in November last year - the Young Actors Company enthralling adaptation of Equus, and the delightfully inspirational The Man Who Planted Trees.

Belt Up Theatre and York Theatre Royal Young Actors Company present

Birmingham-born wordsmith Polarbear, follows the successful national tour of If you cover my nose, you can’t see me with a new forward-thinking live literature piece Return. Return tells the story of Noah, a man trying to figure out where he fits. Convinced he had to leave home in order to make his mark, he returns to find a world where a lot of things seem the same but nothing actually is. Combining storytelling with a distinctive lighting and projection design, Return exploits its relationship with cinematic genres. The show journeys through scenes and landscapes, encouraging you to explore and, like a film director, be challenged to re-imagine as the story unfolds...

A unique, interactive theatrical experience created especially for the TakeOver festival, presented at a secret location in York where you can find stories... and bring your own… Belt Up Theatre are one of York Theatre Royal’s companies in residence and have recently produced The Tartuffe, The Trial, Lorca is Dead and A Ghost Walk to great acclaim. The Young Actors Company recruits 18 – 25 year old actors for their productions which have recently included Terrorism in the spring season of York Theatre Royal’s work and Equus for the TakeOver 09 Festival. Check out both companies on Facebook Belt Up (Nothing to see/hear) and York Theatre Royal Young Actors Company for further revelations about the Elsewhere project…

Directed by Yael Shavit Designed by Marie Blunck Written by and starring: Polarbear Developed at BAC and commissioned by the Live Literature Consortium. Times: 7.45pm Performance Location: Studio Tickets: £10, £7 students& u25s

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& Sat 30 Oct A mixed bill of some of the most exciting comedians on the circuit will finish the TakeOver Festival week with a bang! The line up will include:

Ray Peacock (host of the long running The Peacock & Gamble Podcast and warm up act for Russell Howard’s Good News, The IT Crowd, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and The Graham Norton Show..)

Danny McLoughlin (Big Value Comedy Show during Edinburgh Festival 2009 and support for Al Pitcher on his UK Tour) Charlie Baker (finalist in the prestigious C4 So You Think You’re Funny comedy competition and in the You Must be Joking competition 2006 and was a BBC New Act semi-finalist in 2005)

During the festival week there will be a series of workshops and events that will allow people of all ages to get involved. The workshops will include a spoken word workshop from Polarbear and a workshop by Phoenix Dance Theatre, details will be announced soon so keep an eye on the TakeOver Festival website for more details.

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Out of Joint and the Lyric Hammersmith present

THE BIG FELLAH

“a marvellously funny and humane dramatist” Daily Telegraph

TUE 2 – SAT 6 NOV The Royal British Legion present

York Theatre Royal Youth Theatre presents

YORK FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE

IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE

Written by Richard Bean

Set among Irish Americans in New York, Richard Bean’s dark, glinting, funny play spans three turbulent decades. Young fireman Michael Doyle decides to live up to his Irish heritage by joining the IRA. He’s recruited by Costello, the charismatic “Big Fellah”, who wants to use Doyle’s brownstone apartment in The Bronx as a safe house for an escaped killer. But it soon becomes clear that someone is leaking information to the FBI….

SUN 7 NOV An evening of music and song including performances from The Heavy Cavalry and Cambrai Band and the York Festival Ladies. Soloist performance by Janina Sweetenham with narration by Jim Hammond.

A boisterous and witty story of loyalty, disillusion and betrayal.

All proceeds from the event in aid of the Poppy Appeal.

York Theatre Royal are delighted to bring this outstanding company back to York after their previous production of The Permanent Way.

Produced by Eileen Lavender Supported by The City of York Council, Nestle and The Royal British Legion

Directed by Max Stafford-Clark Designed by Tim Shortall Lighting designer Jason Taylor Sound designer Nick Manning

Times: 7.30pm with a 2pm (Thu) & 2.30pm (Sat) matinee Performance location: Main House Tickets: Tue- Thu Fri & Sat Matinees Students, Schools & U25s Gallery £10 £12 £12 £7 Upper Circle £13 £15 £12 £7 Dress Circle £17 £20 £12 £7 Stalls £15 £18 £12 £7

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Members 15% off Concessions available see p 32 for details

Audio Described: Sat 6 Nov, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Time: 7pm Performance Location: Main House Tickets: £15 (Dress Circle) £14 (Stalls) £13 (Upper Circle) £12 (Gallery) Tickets available from 1 July 2010

WED 3, THU 4 & SAT 6 NOV Written by Danusia Iwaszko Anne Fairfax inherited Fairfax House from her father in 1772. His ambition was for her to raise a family, an heir for him, and live contentedly surrounded by wealth in the bustling centre of York. However, Anne’s life was to take a very different course. This site specific performance at Fairfax House, performed by York Theatre Royal Youth Theatre, has been specially commissioned to reflect the history and hidden stories of Fairfax House, and will be performed in the very rooms where Anne lived. Directed by Kate Plumb, Paul Birch & Jessica Fisher Times: 6pm, 7pm, 8pm & 9pm Performance location: Fairfax House Tickets: £5 (Adults), £4 (students & u25s)

After show discussion: Tue 2 Nov

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York Theatre Royal presents

Written by David Mamet

THU 4 – SAT 27 NOV

You did it to me. Here. You did… You confess. You love the Power. To deviate. To invent, to transgress whatever norms have been established for us. A university professor accused, his female student the accuser. What is the truth? When is fact distorted to fiction? Who is right, who is wrong? Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet's thrilling powerplay of status and sexual politics unfolds into a tension layered mystery in this, one of the outstanding plays of the twentieth century. About David Mamet American playwright David Mamet's plays include the Pulitzer Prize winning Glengarry Glen Ross and Tony Award nominated Speedthe-Plow. Oleanna, premiered in May 1992, is one of his most famous works with parts played by William H. Macy, David Suchet, Aaron Eckhart and Julia Stiles. Directed by Juliet Forster Designed by Charlotte Bullock

Times: 7.45pm with 2.30pm (Thu)/ 2pm (Sat) matinees Performance location: Studio Tickets: £12, £7 students & u25s, £10 concessions Contains some strong language After show discussion: Wed 17 Nov

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TUE 9 – SAT 13 NOV Written by Chris Hannan

English Touring Theatre, Belgrade Theatre Coventry & Traverse Theatre Company Edinburgh present

THE THREE MUSKETEERS AND THE PRINCESS OF SPAIN

All for one…but where are the others? The Three Musketeers just went crazy! Paris is being terrorized by the evil Cardinal and a monstrous creature who suffers from serious mood-swings! The young sword-fighter d'Artagnan is on an epic quest to save the Princess, but he needs the Three Musketeers. Rumour has it they’ve gone to seed, gone past their sell-by date and gone into hiding. So first he has to find them… Featuring a dash of live music and a hefty dose of fun, this thrilling and hilarious show is about friendship, love and identity. Oh…and babyeating monsters! Directed by Dominic Hill Designed by Colin Richmond

Off The Kerb Productions present

Ockham’s Razor present

KEVIN BRIDGES

THE MILL

THU 18 NOV

SAT 20 NOV

“The Best Scottish Stand up of his Generation.“ The Scotsman

Ockham’s Razor, the critically acclaimed aerial theatre company who specialise in creating physical theatre on new pieces of aerial equipment, return with their new show The Mill.

“This is unmissable stuff” The Mirror ★★★★★ Following appearances on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, the meteoric rise of Kevin Bridges continues as his unique brand of social commentary, astute observations and sharp one-liners have made him the hottest new act in the last five years. Having performed in front of 10,000 fans at Glasgow’s SECC Arena following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, book early to avoid disappointment.

Times: 7.30pm with a 2pm (Thu)/ 2.30pm (Sat) matinee Performance location: Main House Tickets Tue- Thu Fri & Sat Matinees Students, Schools & u25s Gallery £10 £12 £12 £7 Upper Circle £13 £15 £12 £7 Dress Circle £17 £20 £12 £7 Stalls £15 £18 £12 £7

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Members 15% off Concessions available see p32 for details

Audio Described: Sat 13 Nov, 2.30pm & 7.30pm Captioned: Thu 11 Nov, 2pm

SUITABLE FOR

8+

Time: 7.30pm Performance Location: Main House Recommended 16+ Tickets: £14 (Stalls & Dress Circle) £12 (Upper Circle) £10 (Gallery) Buy tickets for Rich Hall & Kevin Bridges for just £26 (Dress Circle & Stalls)

Experience the sweat, grind and grit of physical work in a wheel of wood and steel which is powered by the 5 performers and suspended in the air. A seemingly small decision or action can gather momentum and impetus beyond your control, snowballing until you find yourself running like mad to power the treadmill whilst someone else is riding it like a ferris wheel. Devised by Ockham’s Razor Directed by Toby Sedgwick (Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreographer for the National Theatre production War Horse) Dramaturg Rufus Norris (Evening Standard Award for best Director) Musical composition Derek Nisbet Producers Turtle Key Arts Times: 2.30pm & 7.30pm Performance location: Main House Tickets: £17 (Dress Circle) £15 (Stalls) £13 (Upper Circle) £10 (Gallery) Matinee £12 Students, Schoools & u25s £7

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COMING SOON TUE 23 – SAT 27 NOV

FRI 11 – SAT 26 FEB 2011 Written by Harper Lee Dramatised by Christopher Sergel

York Theatre Royal and The Touring Consortium Theatre Company present Featuring Duncan Preston

Northern Broadsides presents Lancashire. 1913. Match Day!

A gripping staging of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, set in America’s scorching Deep South at a time when racial tensions are at an all time high.

Blackton Rovers is in need of money. Owner, Austin Whitworth, sells his star centre forward – local football hero Jack Metherell – to a rival club on the eve of a crucial match that could see Rovers relegated to the 2nd Division. Will honest Jack do Austin’s bidding when asked to throw the match? Or will he put his professional honour above loyalty to his old club?

A brilliant northern comedy about love, honour, class… and football. By Harold Brighouse (author of Hobson’s Choice)

You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view

Atticus, a lawyer, defends a man unfairly accused of rape, risking his family's safety in order to do the right thing in the face of the racism shown by fellow townsfolk. His children make a captivating journey of discovery about their father, their neighbours and the community they live in.

Austin’s daughter Elsie, and Jack, are in love – or so they think. But Jack still lives at home, firmly tied to his mother’s apron strings. Will Elsie’s modern ways and feisty temperament win over his domineering mam? Or is this tryst between the classes doomed from the start?

Directed by Damian Cruden

From the halcyon days of professional football where players were working class heroes and people were supposed to ‘know their place’ comes a spirited comedy that combines broad northern humour with the passion, pride, prejudice and principles of two football families. Directed by Barrie Rutter

Times: 7.30pm with a 2pm (Thu) & 2.30pm (Sat) matinee Performance location: Main House Tickets: Tue- Thu Fri & Sat Matinees Gallery £10 £12 £12 Upper Circle £13 £15 £12 Dress Circle £17 £20 £12 Stalls £15 £18 £12

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Members 15% off 2 tickets Concessions available see p 32 for details

Students,Schools & u25s £7 £7 £7 £7

Audio Described: Sat 27 Nov, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Times: 7.30pm with 2pm (Thu)/ 2.30pm (Sat) matinees Performance location: Main House Tickets: Tue- Thu Fri & Sat Matinees SIF Students, Schools & u25s Gallery £10 £12 £12 £10 £7 Upper Circle £13 £15 £12 £10 £7 Dress Circle £17 £20 £12 £10 £7 Stalls £15 £18 £12 £10 £7 Members 15% off 2 tickets Concessions available see p 32 for details

Signed performance: Tue 22 Feb, 7.30pm Captioned: Sat 26 Feb, 2.30pm Audio Described: Sat 26 Feb, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

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BOX OFFICE 01904 623568 Book Securely Online www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk York Theatre Royal presents

BERWICK KALER IN

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK THU 9 DEC 2010 – SAT 29 JAN 2011 Written by Berwick Kaler

One of the most popular stories ever told is about to get the full panto blockbuster treatment as only York Theatre Royal know how. Expect spectacular sets and costumes. Expect laughs galore and slapstick in abundance. Expect mad-cap mayhem and lunacy. Above all, expect the unexpected as Kaler wreaks his zany anarchy on yet another pantomime classic. Directed by Berwick Kaler & Damian Cruden Set designed by Nigel Hook Costumes designed by Dawn Allsopp Lighting Design by Richard G Jones Musical direction by Rob Thorne Jnr

Times: 7.30pm with 2.30pm matinees, Fridays in Jan 4.30pm & 8pm Performance location: Main House Tickets: Gold Silver Bronze Gallery £13 £12 £12 Upper Circle £20 £19 £18 Dress Circle £25 £24 £21 Stalls £25 £24 £21

Signed performance: Thu 13 Jan, 7.30pm & Sat 15 Jan, 2.30pm 4.30pm £10 £12 £13 £13

Audio Described: Sat 8 Jan, 2.30pm & 7.30pm; Thu 20 Jan, 7.30pm; Sat 22 Jan, 2.30pm & 7.30pm Captioned: Sat 22 Jan, 2.30pm

Concessions available on Bronze performances Group discounts available Members 15% off

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P I H S R E B M E M YORK THEATRE ROYAL MEMBERSHIP SEE MORE THEATRE FOR LESS MONEY Benefits: ✹ Two Free Tickets to a York Theatre Royal production (excluding Panto) ✹ 15% off two tickets for every show throughout the year (including Panto)

✹ Annual Christmas party

✹ Membership newsletters, season brochures & e-bulletins ✹ Discounts and special offers from all sorts of other businesses Join online at www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk or pick up a form and join at the Box Office

FRIENDS The Friends of York Theatre Royal are an enthusiastic, theatre-loving group keen to support their local theatre, raise funds and meet others who share a passion for the arts. In 2010 the Friends have pledged to fundraise in order to commission a new play for the theatre. The club also organises a range of theatre trips and social events and is always looking for new members. To join the Friends please contact the secretary on 01904 638302

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Over the summer the theatre plans to upgrade the facilties in the De Grey Rooms to improve the ways that we are able to work with children and young people on our creative participation programmes. This particularly includes improving the physical accessibility of the De Grey Rooms. We have started a fundraising campaign to enable the theatre to invest more in the Rooms. A team from the Theatre Royal took part in the Edinburgh marathon to kick start the campaign. Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far. We still need to raise more funds to buy new equipment and install a chair lift at the De Grey Rooms.

Cost: £35

✹ 10% off food and drink at the Bar and the Café Bar whenever you visit

ACCESS FOR ALL FUND

We are asking all our supporters at the theatre to continue to help us to raise more funds. If you would like to support the theatre's Access for All Fund you can do so in a number of ways. You can donate online at www.justgiving.com/YTRteam. We will also be asking you to consider donating as part of your ticket booking either online or at the Box Office.

THEATRE WORKSHOPS (AGED 18+) DE GREY ROOMS This ongoing series of workshops covers a wide range of dramatic disciplines and focuses on expanding your experience, confidence and development. Whether you’re just beginning to explore acting or are looking to enhance your skills, participants are always welcome to learn in a comfortable, relaxed environment. The sessions are led by professional actor and practitioner, Michael Lambourne.

YOUTH THEATRE AND YOUNG ACTORS York Theatre Royal runs one of the largest Youth Theatres in the country with weekly workshops for people aged 5 – 25 exploring all aspects of theatre and regularly performing in their own productions. In addition we run a Young Actors Company for 18 – 25 year olds, who perform several shows per year. Contact 01904 658162 or email education@yorktheatreroyal.co.uk for more information.

New students are welcome throughout the term. Check our website for details of each classes content. “Great fun, great company and great teaching - a fantastic way to build confidence and develop new theatre skills” “Every session I have attended has brought enjoyment and pleasure and left me with a sense of achievement.” 20 places per session. Cost: £8 per session or book 3 consecutive weeks for £21 Time: 8pm - 9.30pm

D E V L O V N I T E G Any sum will help the theatre in this project, so thank you in advance for supporting our campaign.

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WAYS TO BOOK •

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By Telephone: Box Office 01904 623568 Lines are open Mon – Sat 10am – 8pm (6pm on non-performance days) Please note on the first Tue of each month we open at 10.30am due to staff training. Book securely online and choose your own seat www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk (no booking fee) Email us boxoffice@yorktheatreroyal.co.uk In person or by post York Theatre Royal, St Leonard’s Place, York, YO1 7HD

How to Pay: We accept cash, cheque, debit or credit cards. Tickets booked over the phone can be posted to you for £1. Online bookings will be held at the Box Office for collection. Reserving Tickets: Please collect unpaid tickets at least 30 mins before the performance, as reserved tickets may be released for resale after that point. Exchanging Tickets: Unfortunately once tickets have been purchased we are unable to refund them. Tickets can be exchanged for other tickets of equivalent value for £1 per transaction (free to Members) if presented to the Box Office at least 24 hours before the performance. No tickets will be refunded on the announcements of subsequent special offers. For some performances all levels of the auditorium may not be open. Ticket prices Concessions: apply to Over 60s and those in receipt of means tested benefits. £2 off standard tickets in the Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle.

Follow us Follow Yorktheatre on twitter and become a fan of our Facebook page

Groups 10+ are entitled to a discount of £2 off per ticket. This excludes matinee performances Access: We are committed to making our performances as accessible as possible. We have wheelchair spaces available in the stalls in the Main House and in the Studio. Please state at the time of booking if a wheelchair space is required. There are accessible toilet facilities. We have a wireless system for audio-described performances and the hard of hearing and also programme signed and captioned performances. Companion tickets are available. Access dogs are admitted.

York Theatre Royal has a customer services policy Errors and omissions excepted

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TUE 07 WED 08 THU 09 FRI 10 SAT 11 SUN 12 MON 13 TUE 14 WED 15 THU 16 FRI 17 SAT 18 SUN 19 MON 20 TUE 21 WED 22 THU 23 FRI 24 SAT 25 SUN 26 MON 27 TUE 28 WED 29 THU 30 FRI 01 SAT 02 SUN 03 MON 04 TUE 05 WED 06 THU 07 FRI 08 SAT 09 SUN 10 MON 11 TUE 12 WED 13 THU 14 FRI 15 SAT 16 SUN 17 MON 18 TUE 19 WED 20 THU 21 FRI 22 SAT 23

Current Stage Partners include:

Cream tea matinees are £16 and include a ticket, programme and a cream tea

EDUCATION SPONSOR

For more information visit www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk Registered Charity no. 229396

Audio Described Performances for the blind and partially sighted Captioned Performances for the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing British Sign Language interpreted performances After show discussion See it First

USE

Room Hire The theatre can offer a range of unique spaces for meetings, seminars and events. Contact 01904 658162 or email info@yorktheatreroyal.co.uk

Schools may claim 1 teacher ticket free with every 10 pupils over 8, 1 in 5 free with pupils 8 years and under. Additional teacher tickets can be purchased at £7 when accompanying a school party.

AD: C: BSL: D: SIF:

HO MAIN

History Talks If you’d like us to do a bespoke talk on the history of York Theatre Royal either in the theatre or at your venue please contact 01904 550166

Registered Disabled customers £10 (Tue – Thu Main House and Tue – Sat Studio) £12 (Fri & Sat Main House)

Latecomers: Latecomers may be asked to wait until a suitable break in the performance before taking their seats. On some occasions it may be impossible to admit latecomers until the interval. Please note for Studio performances without an interval, latecomers will not be admitted at any stage due the layout of the performance area.

Y R A I D

Costume Hire From the historical to the hysterical we have thousands of extraordinary costumes to hire. Costume Hire is situated at The Maltings, Walmgate, YO1 9TT and is open on Tue 11am – 4pm, Sat 10am – 4pm and Thu by appointment only. Contact 01904 636627

SEPTEMBER

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ROMEO & JULIET ROMEO & JULIET

ROMEO & JULIET ROMEO & JULIET ROMEO & JULIET ROMEO & JULIET ROMEO & JULIET

7.30PM SIF 7.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 2.00PM D & 7.30PM 7.30PM 2.30PM & 7.30PM

ROMEO & JULIET 7.30PM BSL/D ROMEO & JULIET 7.30PM ROMEO & JULIET 2.00PM D & 7.30PM ROMEO & JULIET 7.30PM ROMEO & JULIET 2.30PM AD/C & 7.30PM AD

CHARLATAN CHARLATAN JOSHUA JOSHUA SCARECROW GILGAMESH SCRIPT FACTOR YORKWRITE YORKWRITE

7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM

OUR SHARE OF TOMORROW 7.45PM OUR SHARE OF... 2.00PM & 7.45PM

OUR SHARE OF TOMORROW 7.45PM OUR SHARE OF TOMORROW 7.45PM OUR SHARE OF... 2.30PM & 7.45PM OUR SHARE OF TOMORROW 7.45PM OUR SHARE OF.... 2.00PM & 7.45PM

NO PERFORMANCES UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT

6.00PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM

UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT

11.00AM & 1.30PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM 1.30PM & 6.00PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES 7.30PM KEEPING UP APPEARANCES 7.30PM KEEPING UP... 2.00PM & 7.30PM KEEPING UP APPEARANCES 7.30PM KEEPING UP... 2.30PM AD & 7.30PM AD

UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT UNCLE'S HAT

11.00AM & 1.30PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM 1.30PM & 6.00PM 11.00AM & 1.30PM

RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE YORK RAILWAY INSTITUTE BAND RUDDIGORE

I'M A MINGER I'M A MINGER ONE FLEA SPARE ONE FLEA SPARE HEAP & PEBBLE

RICH HALL MACBETH MACBETH HIT ME! HIT ME!

7.30PM 7.30PM 2.00PM & 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 2.30PM 7.30PM

7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 1.30PM & 7.45PM 4.00PM & 7.45PM

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Y R A I D USE

STUDIO

TAKEOVER FESTIVAL WEEK TAKEOVER TAKEOVER TAKEOVER PHOENIX TAKEOVER PHOENIX TAKEOVER COMEDY

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM

THE BIG FELLAH 7.30PM D THE BIG FELLAH 7.30PM THE BIG FELLAH 2.00PM & 7.30PM THE BIG FELLAH 7.30PM THE BIG FELLAH 2.30PM AD & 7.30PM AD FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE 7.00PM THREE MUSKETEERS 7.30PM THREE MUSKETEERS 7.30PM THREE MUSKETEERS 2.00PM CAP & 7.30PM THREE MUSKETEERS 7.30PM THREE MUSKETEERS 2.30PM AD & 7.30PM AD

KEVIN BRIDGES THE MILL

THE GAME THE GAME THE GAME THE GAME THE GAME

Y R A I D

7.30PM 2.30PM & 7.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 2.00PM & 7.30PM 7.30PM 2.30PM AD & 7.30PM AD

TAKEOVER RETURN TAKEOVER OPEN MIC TAKEOVER HATCH TAKEOVER HATCH TAKEOVER HATCH

OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA

OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA

OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA

OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA OLEANNA

USE

USE

HO MAIN

7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM

7.45PM 7.45PM 7.45PM

7.45PM 7.45PM 2.30PM & 7.45PM 7.45PM 2.00PM & 7.45PM

7.45PM 7.45PM D 2.30PM & 7.45PM 7.45PM 2.00PM & 7.45PM

7.45PM 7.45PM 2.30PM & 7.45PM 7.45PM 2.00PM & 7.45PM

DECEMBER 2010

NOVEMBER

HO MAIN MON 25 TUE 26 WED 27 THU 28 FRI 29 SAT 30 SUN 31 MON 01 TUE 02 WED 03 THU 04 FRI 05 SAT 06 SUN 07 MON 08 TUE 09 WED 10 THU 11 FRI 12 SAT 13 SUN 14 MON 15 TUE 16 WED 17 THU 18 FRI 19 SAT 20 SUN 21 MON 22 TUE 23 WED 24 THU 25 FRI 26 SAT 27

LK ANSTA E B E H ND T JACK A

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THU 09 FRI 10 SAT 11 SUN 12 MON 13 TUE 14 WED 15 THU 16 FRI 17 SAT 18 SUN 19 MON 20 TUE 21 WED 22 THU 23 FRI 24 SAT 25 SUN 26 MON 27 TUE 28 WED 29 THU 30 FRI 31

HO MAIN

2.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM

2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM

2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM

2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM 2.30PM

JANUARY 2011

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7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM

Tickets: Bronze £12 - £21 Silver £12 - £24 Gold £13 - £25

SAT 01 SUN 02 MON 03 TUE 04 WED 05 THU 06 FRI 07 SAT 08 SUN 09 MON 10 TUE 11 WED 12 THU 13 FRI 14 SAT 15 SUN 16 MON 17 TUE 18 WED 19 THU 20 FRI 21 SAT 22 SUN 23 MON 24 TUE 25 WED 26 THU 27 FRI 28 SAT 29

2.30PM

7.30PM

2.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 8.00PM 7.30PM

4.30PM 2.30PM

AD

AD

4.30PM 2.30PM BSL

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM BSL 8.00PM 7.30PM

4.30PM 2.30PM AD/C

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 8.00PM 7.30PM

4.30PM 2.30PM

7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 7.30PM 8.00PM 7.30PM

AD AD

4.30pm performances from £10 - £13 Concessions available on Bronze performances

IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE AT FAIRFAX HOUSE Wed 3, Thu 4 & Sat 6 Nov 6pm, 7pm, 8pm & 9pm

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CAFÉBAR Enjoy a laid back latte, lazy lunch, tea and cake with friends or a post-show drink in our newly refurbished café bar. With freshly prepared dishes from locally and ethically sourced produce, delicious sandwiches, warming soups and sumptuous sweet treats, our warm, friendly and comfortable café bar is the perfect place to let life drift by... Informal Meeting? With free Wi-Fi and strong coffee, get out of the office and rediscover your creative side in the heart of historic York. Open from 10am Mon – Sat Parties or Events? We are happy to cater for private parties & corporate events. For further details and more information please telephone 01904 550171 or e-mail catering@yorktheatreroyal.co.uk.

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