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Rachel York as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes
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Theatre & dance

Anything Goes

This summer’s must-see, five star musical Anything Goes is the ‘musical equivalent of sipping one glass of champagne after another’. Now playing until 6 Nov.

Emilia artwork
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Theatre & dance

Emilia by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

First performed at Shakespeare’s Globe and then in London’s West End, Karen Tomlin directs Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s critically acclaimed, triple Olivier-award winning play. 

Julius Caesar artwork
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Theatre & dance

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

 'The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.'

Two women stand next to each other. One is wearing a suit blowing air into their mouth with their lips pursed. She is wearing a black suit and tie. The other lady is wearing a black top and has her mouth wide open and her short bob brown hair is blowing in a gust of wind.
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Theatre & dance

Split Britches: Last Gasp

Equipped with some know-how and a touch of irony, Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver use spoken word and movement to respond to a world turned upside down. How do you survive a loss? First you recalibrate…

Split Britches on their front porch
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Theatre & dance

Split Britches: Online Porch Sitting

Online

Join queer-feminist theatre icon, Lois Weaver and a group of strangers for a stimulating online conversation that gives you a chance to sit, think, dream and wonder about our collective future.

PRIME_TIME
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Theatre & dance

In Bed With My Brother: PRIME_TIME

Taking aim at Amazon’s founder and massive phallic rocket owner, Jeff Bezos; PRIME_TIME is a riotous reassessment of the web giant and the power he holds over our planet and beyond.

Fehinti Balogun in Can I Live. Photo by David Hewitt
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Theatre & dance

Complicité / Fehinti Balogun: Can I Live?

Online

Fehinti Balogun stars in this groundbreaking filmed performance that combines stunning visuals, hip-hop and spoken word to chart his journey as a Black British man into environmental activism.

GoneGone Beyond 360 Cine Screen
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Cinema Theatre & dance

People Like Us: Gone, Gone Beyond

Watch and listen as unexpected narratives expand and unravel all at once around you. Inside this immersive, 360-degree cinematic installation, you’ll get to look far beyond the frame. 

Four cutout images of running men in suits are placed on a blue Escher style tiled background.
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Theatre & dance

Royal Shakespeare Company: The Comedy of Errors

Shakespeare’s ever popular fairy-tale farce of everyday miracles, mistaken identity and double vision, directed by comedy master Phillip Breen.

Jamie Hale is shown in a pop art style in their powered wheelchair. The colour of their photograph has been made black and white and then their trousers have been painted purple and their top is blue. The background is yellow and the words CRIPtic span the width of the image in red bold font behind Jamie.
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Theatre & dance

Jamie Hale: CRIPtic Pit Party

Award-winning artist Jamie Hale curates a joyful and uplifting Pit Party comprising a mixed bill of creative, political and responsive work by d/Deaf and disabled performers.