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 ...
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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 d...
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 ...
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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 g...
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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 ...
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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...
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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 Candl...
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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 c...
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Blood + Chocolate

Blood + Chocolate is York’s reaction to the First World War: the call up, women’s work in the local chocolate factories, and Quaker conscientious obje...