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8-10 Dec 2016
Cabaret: The Real Christmas

Devised by the Company

Directed by Ainslie Masterton

Musical Director - Stephen Douse


With an all-Gershwin musical program, these cabaret performers take a look at some of the less than perfect times people have at Christmas... 


£10 / £6 Conc ~ 7:30pm / 2:30pm Sat Matinee

Recommended Age: 16+ (Contains nudity and sexual imagery. For more information, please contact the Box Office: 01702 328335)

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12 Jan 2017
The Unlikely Life of Leonard Langley

"What becomes of the storyteller, when the stories are all told?"

This is the unlikely story of an unlucky man, Leonard Langley. Leonard has a problem. A problem the doctors can't fix. Bound aboard a prison ship and his problem getting worse by the day, time is running out for unlucky Leonard.

Now enter the Storyteller, charged with telling the tale Leonard is too terrified to tell himself. 


LACUNA THEATRE combine comedy, Butoh dance and an original soundtrack to tell the story of one man's battle with his own body. This production is funded by the NATIONAL LOTTERY FUND and was written and developed in support of the NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY, UK.


Tickets and Times: 7:30pm ~ £12 / £8 concession

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20 Jan 2017

Devised and Presented by CAPATARO THEATRE

“If we don’t treat this now, the damage will be irreversible”

Glaucoma tells the story of three young girls with dreams of revolution.
After being detained for publicly protesting against a world of corruption and destruction, they meet an array of strange characters from the systems and legislations they oppose and fight to hold on to their firm beliefs, identities and humanity in their surreal, minimalist prison.

"An incendiary ‘call-to-arms’ of a production." - Fading Polaroids

The production is devised and written by CapaTaro, an award winning company of female performer/musicians from East 15’s World Performance course. Through producing inter-cultural, original and visceral work, this new company strives to challenge passiveness and engineer change for their generation. 

Time: 7:30pm ~ Tickets: £10 full | £6 concession

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