DRAMA

Wise Children announce that the critically aclainemd Romantics Anonymous will be performed and broadcast live from Bristol Old Vic

Authored by News Desk

Wise Children, Bristol Old Vic & Plush Theatricals present b Romantics Anonymous Wise Children, Bristol Old Vic and Plush Theatricals announce that Emma Rice ’s critically-acclaimed musical adaptation of Romantics Anonymous will be performed at Bristol Old Vic, and broadcast live, direct to audience’s homes nationally and globally. The show will be available to stream as a ‘digital tour’...

Plymouth Conservatoire Performer Training Summer School

This summer our Plymouth Conservatoire Performer Training Summer School will take place at our award winning and world class theatre the House and offer a six day intensive training for aspiring performers who are interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts and professional level training.

Participants will be able to train in their chosen art form, acting, theatre and dance, it is open to all levels and ages 14 and over.

The Summer School Monday July 29 – Saturday August 3 will culminate in a performance sharing presented on the House Stage on August 3. Times to...

Performance: We are Ian by In Bed with My Brother

1989. Manchester. A frenzy of drugs, beats and bucket hats. Illegal raves. Acid parties. Just jumping up and down in a field and throwing two fingers to Thatcher… Remember it? Because we don’t. We weren’t even born. But Ian was. And Ian does remember. We’ve got f*ck all now (Ian tells us). So, we’re going back to 1989. We’re gonna neck a brown biscuit. We’re gonna get off our peanuts. We’re gonna bounce around like idiots. And Ian’s going to show us how. We’re mad fer it. And you will be too. Let’s party.

★★★★★ “Be Ian, be you but really, just be in this audience.” A Younger...

Exeter Deaf Academy drama students take enriched production on tour

Authored by News Desk

Exeter Deaf Academy secondary students have been taking their enriched production of ‘A Little Man’s Holiday’ on tour to Exeter Library and the Barbican Theatre in Plymouth. Their tour started earlier this month at Exeter Library and continues to The Barbican on Monday 17th October with a special performance for schools, including Longcause Community Special School and Eggbuckland Vale Primary...

Ivybridge students bring Oliver! to life

Authored by jamesreddy

Coordinating the performance of more than 200 aspiring young performers may seem like an onerous task, but Ivybridge Community College’s run of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! proved that it is possible for such a large cast to produce one of the College’s most successful productions.

Featuring more than 200 cast members, including 25 children from the College’s partner primary schools, Oliver...

Cleaners talk dirty in smash-hit comedy

Authored by mrgrayston

If you’re looking for a way to do some theatrical spring cleaning and dust off the winter blues with a good laugh, then Plymouth-based Gadzooks Theatre Company have got just the thing for you.

“Dirty Dusting”, by Ed Wood and Trevor Waugh, is the hilarious tale of three cleaning women who are going to be made redundant and decide that to get their own back, they set up a sex chat line...

Dirty Dusting

Venue: 
The Muse Theatre, Lipson Co-operative Academy, Bernice Terrace, PL4 7PG
Event Date: 
Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 19:30 to Saturday, March 15, 2014 - 21:30
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Filthy Cleaners Talk Dirty in hilarious smash-hit comedy!

If you’re looking for a way to do some theatrical spring cleaning and dust off the winter blues with a good laugh, then Plymouth-based Gadzooks Theatre Company have got just the thing for you.

“Dirty Dusting”, by Ed Wood and Trevor Waugh, is the hilarious tale of three cleaning women who are going to be made redundant and decide that to get their own back, they set up a sex chat line in the office that they clean. They can make more money in one weekend running the chat line than they can in three months cleaning....

Hot topic: Theatre Centre discusses teaching drama at Lipson Co-operative Academy

Authored by Theatre Centre

Theatre Centre, a theatre company which this year celebrates 60 years of touring new writing to young audiences, presented a lively panel discussion on the place of drama in the curriculum at a Plymouth school.

At Lipson Co-operative Academy in Plymouth on Wednesday 9 October, an eminent group of young people, local policy makers, arts managers and teachers gathered for a special...

Forever House

Forever House is a Drum Theatre Plymouth Production

In a terrace house in the city, three different couples are cautiously looking to the future.

Teenager Richard is...

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