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Presented by Show And Tell
By Kieran Hurley

Age guideline: 16+

  • Superb storytelling theatre…Hurley’s new show is a quiet hurricane blowing through the city.
       
    Guardian

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  • Waiting for God

    Tue 27 Jun - Sat 1 Jul

    Olivier Award-winning Nichola McAuliffe (Lady in the Van) and Jeffrey Holland (Hi-de-Hi!) star in this premiere stage production of the BAFTA-nominated Waiting For God. Having delighted BBC audiences in the 1990s, this all-new script is penned by the sitcom’s creator Michael Aitkens, and directed by Tony Award-winner David Grindley (Journey’s End). Reimagined for 2017, all your favouri...

  • Mine

    Wed 28 Jun

    She loves him. Isn’t that what parents do? But is it possible to love someone like that? An intense, critically acclaimed one-woman play, examining what a parent must overcome when their child is arrested for something unspeakable. Winner of the IYAF: Best of Brighton Fringe Theatre Award

  • Just a Few Words

    Wed 28 Jun

    Just a few words to say how you feel. Shouldn’t take long. Except, this is a one-man play with a stammer, and Nye Russell-Thompson’s speech is lost as a nagging pile of thoughts won’t stop interrupting him. This may take a while... A darkly comic grapple with the awkward task of expression, inviting you into the mind of a person who stammers.

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