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Friday, 10 April 2015

Preview of Northern Stage in May 2015




Preview of Northern Stage in May 2015



Nigel Barrett as Cyrano - Photo: Robert Day
Cyrano de Bergerac
Wed 29 Apr - Sat 16 May, 7.30pm, Sat Matinee 2, 9 & 16 May, 2pm, Mon Straight From Work 11 May, 6pm
£24, £19.50 & £14.50 / Students & U21s £12

Nigel Barrett as Cyrano- with NORTH ensemble
Photo: Robert Day
Cyrano de Bergerac: a poet and a soldier, blessed with being brilliant at everything, cursed by having the biggest and ugliest nose in all of France. This swaggering epic fills the stage with passion, bravado, joy and heartache. A new Northern Stage / Royal & Derngate production directed by Lorne Campbell and written by Edmond Rostand, based on Anthony Burgess’ translation.


National Theatre Connections

Tues 28 April – Sat 2 May, 7pm
£5

New plays performed by young people from across the North East from ten writers commissioned by the National Theatre.


First in 3
Thu 7 May, 7.30pm
 £5

Our popular scratch night showcasing local theatre-makers’ upcoming work


Big Red Bath
Photo: Shaun Armstrong, Mubsta Photography
Big Red Bath
Thu 7 - Sat 9 May, 7 May - 1.30pm & 3.30pm, 8 & 9 May - 10.30pm & 1.30pm
£8.50 adults, £6.50 children

A quirky, vibrant and humorous adaptation for 2-5 year olds of Julia Jarman’s popular children’s picture book.


Greg Wohead - The Ted Bundy Project
Photo: Alex Brenner
The Ted Bundy Project
Tues 12 – Wed 13 May, 8pm
£10 / £8 concs

Texan writer and performer uses death row confession tapes of serial killer Ted Bundy to make a new performance about morbid curiosity. Recommended age 16+

  
Where the Bear Sleeps
Wed 13 May, 8pm
£9 / £7 concs

Merging myth, epic and fairytale, storyteller Nick Hennessy delivers us from Northern Stage to the snow-swathed, Finnish far-North.


Phoenix Dance Theatre
Phoenix Dance Theatre: Shadows
Thu 28 May, 7.30pm
 £24, £19.50 & £14.50 / Students & U21s £12
An exhilarating mixed programme including a double bill by renowned choreographer, Christopher Bruce CBE.

Sean Campion and Scott Turnbull
in Gods Are Fallen All Safety Gone
by Greyscale - Photo by Idil Sukan
Gods are Fallen, All Safety Gone
Thu 4 - Sat 6 Jun, 8pm
£10 / £8 concs
Intimate and funny, an investigation into what happens when we discover that our parents are flawed human beings, and that at some point, sooner than we think, they are suddenly going to disappear from our lives.


The Six O' Clock News
Fri 3 Jul, 7.45pm
 £10 / £8 concs
Whatever the headlines that day, Daniel Bye and a team of specially-selected artists will digest and respond to them for your viewing pleasure, creating an evening of urgently topic contemporary performance about the big issues of today.

Tickets:
Box Office:  0191 230 5151

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