One Day Maybe Hull Truck Theatre
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One Day, Maybe

From the moment Grandma (played by the brilliant Mee-young KIM) shuffles with her trolley into a too-bright lift that takes us up to the world of the Kasang (가상 “virtual”) Corporation offices in the cit...
3.0★ ★ ★

The Gaul

This second work in a Hull Trilogy of plays produced by Hull Truck, examines the mystery of The Gaul, the trawler boat that didn’t call May Day, but disappeared in February 1974 leaving families wondering whe...
Wakefield Mysteries at Theatre Royal Wakefield
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Wakefield Mysteries

Don’t miss this rare promenade performance of the Wakefield Mystery plays, known as the Townley cycle! Centuries old, famed in its day for satire and psychological realism, this modern adaptation is fresh and...
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Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis

A perfect 6! What a treat! When a multi-generational audience giggles, whoops, gasps and cries before leaping up to a standing ovation on a cold Thursday in February, you know you’re experiencing theatre...
3.0★ ★ ★

Sleeping Beauty

Hull Truck’s Christmas show is a box of sweets. Candy swirls, dolly mixtures, sticks of rock and twinkling sherbets circle the stage - appropriately given the average performer age must be about twelve. Perha...
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The Famous Victories of Henry V

Royal Shakespeare Company has a cunning plan to attract young audiences to the Bard’s tricky history plays: use headstrong Hal’s path to kingship, an engaging troupe of young actors and some great Horrid Hi...
A Taste of Honey
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A Taste of Honey

Wikipedia describes this play as blowing ‘a refreshing wind through British theatre’ when it was first performed by Joan Littlewood’s Theatre Workshop in 1958, and one senses that this wind of change is p...
An August Bank Holiday Lark
3.0★ ★ ★

An August Bank Holiday Lark

There’s a smell of rushes as you enter the Viaduct theatre and dappled lighting across a traverse arrangement. We’re in a Lancashire Larkrise to Candleford: pre-war nostalgia, but Up North. Do you feel y...
Ghost Town
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Ghost Town

Theatre Royal York’s intimate studio space throbs with RJ McConnell’sabstract soundscape and the scattered sand of Gem Greaves’ set (around which we carefully tiptoe to our seats) instantly locating us on...