05 September 2015
One of Britain's most prolific roots singer-songwriters, affectionately known as 'Froggie'. Froggie writes and sings his own songs mesmerising his audience, making them laugh with one of his many stories or cry with a song that touches the heart.
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26 August 2015
RSC Live broadcast
Othello is the greatest general of his age. A fearsome warrior, loving husband and revered defender of Venice against its enemies.
But he is also an outsider whose victories have created enemies of his own, men driven by prejudice and jealousy to destroy him. As they plot in the shadows, Othello realises too late that the greatest danger lies not in the hatred of others, but his own fragile and destructive pride.
After more than a decade working in film and television on projects from Star Wars to Holby City, Hugh Quarshie returns to the RSC to play Shakespeare's Othello. He was last seen with us in Faust and Julius Caesar (1996). Hugh will play opposite Lucian Msamati in the role of Iago, returning to the RSC following his role as Pericles in 2006. The production is directed by Iqbal Khan (Much Ado About Nothing, 2012).
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03 December 2015
Trespass carries on from where Mark’s previous show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent left off. It is his usual mix of theatre, stand up, activism, a dash of journalism and a dollop of mayhem. Mark asks the question: If the ramblers of the 1930’s were here now what would they do to open up the cities? How do we turn the skyscrapers and corporate squares into our playgrounds? He sets out to try and carve a small space in the urban world where mischief and random chance can lurk. Suitable for ages 16
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31 July 2015
DIRECTOR: Rufus Norris, UK, 2015
DURATION: 1 hour 32 minutes
STARRING: Olivia Colman, Tom Hardy, Anita Dobson
Set in Ipswich, London Road chronicles the reactions of residents when five sex workers are murdered in their neighbourhood. This innovative musical draws on recordings of interviews with those involved and turns
their words into song.
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31 July 2015
Following the success of their CBBC show Little Howard’s Big Question real human Big Howard and the animated six-year-old find that life is tough in showbiz; Roger The Pigeon has spent all their money on cookie cutters, Big Howard has been diagnosed with being clinically unfunny and there’s a slug in the backstage toilet. Then a sinister figure arrives and the pairmust put on the best show of their lives or get sent to jail! For ages 5
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