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The Importance of Being... Earnest? Promotional Artwork: maroon background; an assortment of characters stand in a motley group; a man in a bowler hat, holding a glass of whiskey; a man dressed in tails holding a rapier; a man in a brown waistcoat holding a duster; a woman in a yellow dress and fur stole, holding a lace fan; a woman in a black skirt ad feathered shall, holding a glass of champaign, a man dressed as a butler holding a silver tray and cloche. Overlaid on the image is the title treatment in white and yellow letters that reads: Say It Again, Sorry? Presents: The Importance of Being… Ernest?
The Importance of Being… Earnest?
Thu 14 Mar 2024 – Sat 16 Mar 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Wanted! Artwork. Collage. (Clockwise) A young black woman with curly brown hair and a grey t-shirt with text reading ‘Feminist’, with a black background behind her; a middle-aged white woman with short blond hair wearing a black jacket over a white shirt and black scarf, with a faded image of a person unbuttoning a shirt behind her; a young black woman with short afro hair wearing a green and brown camouflage print jacket raising her right fist into the air, with a faded image of a megaphone behind her; a young white woman with tied back blond hair wearing a black jacket, with a faded image of handwritten paper notes behind her; a young Indian woman with long black hair wearing a red bandana, red poncho and beige shirt, holding a rifle, with a faded image of a red and gold military uniform behind her.
Wanted
Tue 19 Mar 2024 – Wed 20 Mar 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Hell’s Bells artwork. Illustrated. Gradient background of blue and green hues, making the shakes of a rough sea and the sky above it. (Left) A lighthouse beams light across both sides of the artwork. At the top of the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person holding a magnifying glass. Beneath the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person pulling oars in a rowboat. (Right) Yellow text reads: ‘Hell’s Bells. A Hallucinogenic Whodunnit.’
Hell’s Bells
Thu 21 Mar 2024 – Fri 22 Mar 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Feel Me artwork. A collage image of a woman's face, smeared around the edges with colourful paint. Hands reach in from the edges to touch the woman's face. Text reads: 'Feel Me'; 'Who do you care about and why?'
Feel Me
Mon 25 Mar 2024 – Tue 26 Mar 2024
Northcott Theatre
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The Mousetrap Promotional Artwork: a dark wooden panelled background; a giant ‘70’ is written in red neon, with ‘Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap’ written in the same style on top of it; perched in the ‘0’ is a 2D mouse, sitting upright; white capitalized script reads ‘Have you dunnit?’; underneath, ‘70th anniversary tour’ is written in white capitals within a red neon border.
The Mousetrap – 70th Anniversary Tour
Mon 15 Apr 2024 – Sat 20 Apr 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Houdini’s Greatest Escape artwork: An illustration that shows the top of a crystal ball, within which we see Houdini (a white man wearing a grey suit) with his hands in cuffs, looking surprised. Surrounding him are disembodied hands holding a variety of objects: a fake gun shotting a flag that reads ‘bang!’, a key, a set of playing cards, a safe, an elephant and a goldfish in a bowl. A woman’s face peers over the crystal ball, only her eyes visible.
Houdini’s Greatest Escape
Tue 14 May 2024 – Thu 16 May 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Polly: The Heartbreak Opera production photo. Tinsel background lit with blue and red stage lighting. (Left to right) A young woman with light brown hair and powdered white makeup, wearing a grey patterned baseball hat backwards and a light blue tracksuit jacket; a young woman with powered white makeup and rosed cheeks, wearing a green and white ‘Athletics’ baseball cap and a red and navy tracksuit jacket with a black and white stripe down the arm; a young woman powered white makeup and rosed cheeks and mascara running from her eyes, wearing a light brown baseball cap and a turquoise and purple tracksuit jacket. All three women are holding microphones.
Polly: The Heartbreak Opera
Wed 15 May 2024 – Thu 16 May 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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Hags: A Magical Extravaganza artwork. Three young women (left and right, dressed as stage magicians; centre, dressed as a medieval peasant and bound with a rope) stand between two tinsel curtains against an orange background. The two women dressed as magicians have shocked expressions and the woman dressed as a peasant looks worried.
Hags: A Magical Extravaganza
Fri 17 May 2024 – Sat 18 May 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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The Passion of Living Spit artwork. Leonardo Da Vinchi's painting 'The Last Supper', featuring Jesus and his disciples sat along a large rectangular table in a spacious room. However, the Living Spit have superimposed their performers faces onto the faces of Jesus and his disciples. The Living Spit performers all have different expressions, ranging from shocked to laughing.
The Passion of Living Spit
Tue 21 May 2024 – Wed 22 May 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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Unfortunate artwork: Shawna Hamic dressed as Ursula the Sea Witch – purple skin, short white hair, dramatic blue/black eye makeup, red lipstick, black bustier, gleaming shell necklace. She is looking up and laughing. Tentacles coil around her. The background is purple and bubbly. Text reads: 'Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch - The Musical Parody'. Review quotes read: 5 stars, ‘Unstoppable, mesmerising genius’ Broadway Baby; 5 stars, ‘Laugh out loud funny’ Manchester Evening News.
Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch
Tue 04 Jun 2024 – Sat 08 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican Journey artwork. (Top) A starry night sky. Text reads: ‘A RUSH theatre company production. Experience the story of reggae through the music and words of those who made that incredible journey to the Motherland. Rush. A Joyous Jamaican Journey.’ Below this text, a collage of photos of the Windrush generation with green, red and yellow hues, behind an illustration of the SS Empire Windrush, a large black passenger ship, palm trees and sea birds.
RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican Journey
Sat 15 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary promo artwork: red carpeted background; a slender white hand holds up a green, art-deco-style 'arsenic' bottle, which casts the shadow of a mouse on the carpet behind it; yellow text reads 'The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary; based on the novel by Gustave Flabert; lovingly derailed by John Nicholson.
The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary
Wed 19 Jun 2024 – Sat 22 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Dance & Physical Theatre
Nobody production image: a woman in a fushia top and trousers dancing while enclosed in a small metal cube, which balances on its edge; her arms and legs are flexed and reaching out of the cube; the background is a grey urban landscape.
Nobody
Tue 05 Mar 2024 – Wed 06 Mar 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Happy Father's Day artwork. Black background. Dani Harris-Walters (a young black man wearing a blue jumpers and black trousers) forms a straight line with his body, arms by his sides. He is tilted at a diagonal angle. In the top left corner, text that is formed out of illustrated sperm reads 'Happy Father's Day'.
Happy Father’s Day
Wed 08 May 2024
Northcott Theatre
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From England with Love artwork. A photograph looking out over The Thames River and Westminster Bridge, a long green metal bridge, in front of the Palace of Westminster, a large light brown stone building, and Big Ben, a large light brown stone clock tower, in London, England. At the bottom left-hand corner of the artwork, two silhouetted figures stand in the river water.
From England with Love
Tue 11 Jun 2024 – Wed 12 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Ballet Cymru's Romeo a Juliet promotional artwork: two dancers leap into the air side-by-side, looking into one another's eyes; the background is a cloudy urban skyscape.
Romeo a Juliet
Mon 24 Jun 2024 – Tue 25 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Coppelia artwork. Black background. Rosie Southall, a young woman with curled pigtail hair buns, running black mascara and wearing a torn beige bodysuit under a brown leather corset, raises her arms around her face. Top left text reads KVN Dance Company, Coppelia, Classic remixed: Classic Reborn. Bottom text reads: British Theatre Guide, four stars, A Younger Theatre, five stars, London Theatre 1, four stars, theatre pick of the week – The Guardian.
Coppelia
Sat 29 Jun 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Family
The Farmer & the Clown production photo. A bare stage aside from a dusty wooden platform and a painted backdrop showing a sepia-toned flat landscape. A performer dressed in a red onesie with yellow buttons and a ruffled comma holds a small cut-out clown, similarly dressed, upside-down in the air. Another performer, dressed in a wide-brimmed black hat holds a hand-painted model train.
The Farmer & The Clown
Wed 13 Mar 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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Belongings artwork – a young woman with curly brown hair wearing a blue jumper lies in a foetal position smiling at a small sculpture of a house on a mirrored floor.
Belongings
Wed 03 Apr 2024 – Thu 04 Apr 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Dragons and Mythical Beasts artwork – blue background. The head of a large, orange dragon with sharp team and long horns smiles down at a small phoenix. Gold calligraphy reads: ‘Dragons and mythical beasts’. The ‘s’ in the word ‘dragons’ snakes continues and wraps around the bottom of the word ‘dragons’ in the shape of a Chinese dragon.
Dragons & Mythical Beasts
Tue 28 May 2024 – Thu 30 May 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Music & Variety
Fastlove promotional image - The George Michael tribute artist wearing a dark suit and tinted glasses, singing into a microphone. The background is of a huge stadium audience in the distance. Text reads: Fastlove The Tribute to George Michael
Fastlove
Sat 06 Apr 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Opera
English Touring Opera Manon Lescaut artwork. Yellow background. (Bottom left) text reads: ‘Puccini. Manon Lescaut.’ (Centre right) A young woman with long black hair wearing a black jumper holds can be seen through five thin rectangle cut outs in the yellow background. She is holding onto one of the non-cut out parts, which make her look as though she is behind prison bars. (Top right) text reads: ‘English Touring Opera. Opera that moves.’
ETO – Puccini: Manon Lescaut
Thu 23 May 2024 – Sat 25 May 2024
Northcott Theatre
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English Touring Opera The Rake’s Progress artwork. Red background. (Bottom left) text reads: ‘Stravinsky. The Rake’s Progress.’ (Centre) A young white man with dark brown hair and beard looks out from a cut-out in the red background, shaped like the head of the devil with horns. (Top right) text reads: ‘English Touring Opera. Opera that moves.’
ETO – Stravinsky: The Rake’s Progress
Fri 24 May 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Talks
Post Office Scandal: The Inside Story artwork. White text on a red background overlaid with images of people protesting and binary numbers reads: (top to bottom) Following the BBC Radio 4 Series and now a major ITV drama. Post Office Scandal: The Inside Story. A Unique and comprehensive insight into the most widespread miscarriage of justice in British legal history. “An Extraordinary journalistic expose of a huge miscarriage of justice.” Ian Hislop, Editor, Private Eye. With ITV drama consultant, investigative journalist and broadcast Nick Wallis. Based on his best-selling book ‘The Great Post Office Scandal’. Following three panoramas and a Private Eye special report.’ On the bottom left-hand side of the artwork, the cover of the book ‘The Great Post Office Scandal’. On the bottom right-hand side of the artwork, a headshot photo of journalist Nick Wallis.
Post Office Scandal: The Inside Story
Sat 20 Apr 2024
Barnfield Theatre
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A photo of a starry night sky, deep blue in colour, with an orange glow emitting from a close up star at the top of the image. White text on top of the image reads: The Night Sky Show
The Night Sky Show
Sun 28 Apr 2024
Northcott Theatre
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Comedy
Dom Joly: The Conspiracy Tour promotional artwork. Acid yellow background. A cartoon illustration of Dom Jolly's head emerging from the beam of a UFO. Icon associated with other conspiracy theories can also been seen in the beam - a headless pigeon with coloured wires protruding from its neck, a flat Earth, a cruise liner, the Illuminati eye. Text reads 'Dom Jolly The Conspiracy Tour.' The 'O' in 'Dom' is a colourful cell.
Dom Joly: Conspiracy Tourist
Fri 08 Mar 2024
Northcott Theatre
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