Event Listings

We do not charge any additional booking or transaction fees - the price you pay is the price of the ticket. <br> The only charge will be for postage (£1.00). Alternatively, you can choose to collect your tickets at the Box Office instead. <br> If you require any assistance with your booking, please contact Box Office. <br> BY PHONE: 0161 833 9833 - <br> Monday - Saturday: 10.00am - 6.15pm <br> Sunday: 11.00am - 4.45pm. <br> IN PERSON: Royal Exchange Theatre, St Ann's Square, Manchester M2 7DH <br>
Monday - Saturday: 9.30am - 7.30pm <br>
Sunday: 11.00am - 5.00pm. <br> VIA EMAIL: box.office@royalexchange.co.uk.
We do not charge any additional booking or transaction fees - the price you pay is the price of the ticket.

The only charge will be for postage (£1.00). Alternatively, you can choose to collect your tickets at the Box Office instead.

If you require any assistance with your booking, please contact Box Office. Please contact the Box Office if you wish to redeem a gift voucher.

BY PHONE: 0161 833 9833 
Monday - Saturday: 10.00am - 6.15pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 4.45pm.

IN PERSON: Royal Exchange Theatre, St Ann's Square, Manchester M2 7DH
Monday - Saturday: 9.30am - 7.30pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 5.00pm.


Elders Insights

A PROGRAMME OF STAND-ALONE TASTER WORKSHOPS FOR EVERYONE OVER 60 WHO WANTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT AND GAIN INSIGHTS INTO THE PROCESSES OF THEATRE-MAKING..

Join theatre designer Bethany Wells (who designed COSMIC SCALLIES and WE WERE TOLD THERE WAS DANCING for the Royal Exchange Theatre) to gain insights into the role of the designer. There will be an opportunity to take part in activities to explore your own creative ideas for how you might stage a production. No experience necessary, just bring an open mind and a sense of curiosity. More Information

Thu 22/2/18 2:00PM EDUCATION


The Almighty Sometimes

“I’VE GOT A GYM MEMBERSHIP NOW. I’M READING THE BACKS OF CEREAL BOXES. AND THEN I STARTED THINKING HOW STRANGE IT WAS TO KNOW THE CALORIE INTAKE OF A BOWL OF CEREAL, BUT NOT THE CONTENTS OF MY OWN MEDICATION.”

Anna is coming of age. Possibilities are unfurling in front of her and she’s ready to take control. But her mother’s been standing guard all these years, taking care, editing the choices. When Anna makes a decision that could affect the rest of her life, can Renee stand by and watch?

THE ALMIGHTY SOMETIMES was a winner of a Judges Award at the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting. From writer Kendall Feaver comes a family story full of heart and humour, of a young woman trying to take control and a mother compelled to protect her. More Information

Please note THE ALMIGHTY SOMETIMES contains content that some people may find distressing or triggering – for full details (which contain spoilers) please click here.

Thu 22/2/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 22/2/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 23/2/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 24/2/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 24/2/18 7:30PM THEATRE


Members Q&As

These lunchtime events in our Theatre and Studio spaces are exclusively available to MEMBERS and are an opportunity to hear from the actors featuring in our productions. Come along to hear about what goes into creating each production and performing in our unique theatre. Members also have the opportunity to ask their own questions! More Information

Fri 23/2/18 12:30PM FRONT ROOM



Launch of new Elders Company Network, for organisations who are leading or developing work with Elders. Only open to select, invited individuals via Andy Barry.
Fri 23/2/18 1:00PM EDUCATION


Moments That Changed Our World

WHERE WERE YOU WHEN...?

A group of people aged 60-85 stand in the space. Between them, they have years of experience. Together they are navigating a constantly changing world. From big political events to personal intimate moments, the Elders ask - what can history teach us about who we are and where we are going?

Following the acclaimed THE SPACE BETWEEN US, the Elders Company return with a radical new production. More Information

Fri 23/2/18 5:00PM STUDIO
Sat 24/2/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 24/2/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sun 25/2/18 2:30PM STUDIO


Elders Monthly: Practical Drama Sessions

Elders Monthly sessions are open to anyone over 60 and are a taster workshop for those who wish to develop drama skills and find out more about the process of making theatre. If following a taster session, you are interested in becoming a full member of The Elders you will have the opportunity to apply for one of our termly programmes of workshops (subject to available places). More Information

Mon 26/2/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 28/2/18 11:00AM EDUCATION


Forbidden Love

HALF A CENTURY AFTER THE LEGALIZATION OF HOMOSEXUALITY, ‘THE GIFTED SINGER JESSICA WALKER’ (NY TIMES) AND MD JOSEPH ATKINS PRESENT A PROVOCATIVE CABARET ABOUT ILLICIT SAME-SEX DESIRE IN TIMES OF REPRESSION.

Beginning with the male impersonators of the Victorian music hall and the first openly gay songs of the Weimar Cabaret in 1920s Berlin, we journey through the erotic songs of 1930s Paris, and into the hidden sexualities of artists in Britain and America, right up to the introduction of the infamous clause 28 in the 1980s. From Noel Coward to Dusty Springfield via Marlene Dietrich, this is an evening of queer history in song not to be missed. More Information

Wed 28/2/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Thu 1/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Moonwatcher

A MIXED MEDIA SHOW WITH MOTHER, DAUGHTER AND THE COSMOS CENTRE STAGE.

A theatre show that combines poet Shamshad Khan's insighful and thoughtful poetry with Horse + Bamboo's trademark use of film, puppetry and mask, this show is for everyone aged 9+. More Information

Fri 2/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 3/3/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 3/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Frankenstein

WHAT CAN STOP THE DETERMINED HEART AND RESOLVED WILL OF MAN?

Trapped in a mountain of ice, Captain Walton’s ambition to conquer the North Pole stalls in its tracks. Out on the frozen wastes something stirs…wretched and barely alive, Victor Frankenstein is dragged on board.

In his fever, he recounts a tale of a young scientist, a man with soaring ambition, a tall tale of monstrous creation. In the horror of the story the ice breaks and the ship creaks to life, but is there one last chapter in this bloody account?

Directed by Associate Artistic Director Matthew Xia (WISH LIST, INTO THE WOODS), this gripping adaptation by celebrated playwright April de Angelis marks 200 years since the publication of Mary Shelley’s famous Gothic horror.

AGE GUIDANCE: 14+. Frankenstein is a dark psychological thriller which contains violence, including on-stage depictions of murder, gore and dismembered body parts. More Information

Fri 9/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 10/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 12/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 13/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 14/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 15/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 15/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 16/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 17/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 17/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 19/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 20/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 21/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 22/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 22/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 23/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 24/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 24/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 26/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 27/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 28/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 29/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 29/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 30/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 31/3/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 31/3/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 3/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Tue 3/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 4/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 5/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 5/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 6/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 7/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 7/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 10/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 11/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 12/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 12/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 14/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 14/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE


Royal Exchange Theatre Teacher Forum

THE ROYAL EXCHANGE THEATRE TEACHER FORUM BRINGS TOGETHER TEACHERS, PRACTITIONERS AND EDUCATIONALISTS TO SHARE BEST PRACTICE, NETWORK AND HEAR ABOUT UPCOMING PROJECTS AT THE ROYAL EXCHANGE.

This session is for members of the Royal Exchange Theatre Teacher Forum. Tickets cannot be guaranteed for non-members. Membership costs £15 per academic year.  Please contact the Box Office on 0161 833 9833 to become a member. More information

Thu 15/3/18 5:00PM EDUCATION
Thu 14/6/18 5:00PM EDUCATION


Audience Exchange 2018

OUR NEXT AUDIENCE EXCHANGE EVENT TAKES PLACE ON 17 FEBRUARY AFTER THE SATURDAY MATINEE OF THE ALMIGHTY SOMETIMES (APPROX. 4.30PM)

This is another in our regular opportunities for you to have your say about what’s going on at the Royal Exchange Theatre. Hear about our plans for the future, and let us know what you think! Join the conversation - the event is free but ticketed - and there are free refreshments provided. See you there! More Information

Sat 17/3/18 4:30PM -


Members Backstage Tours

Members can join us backstage at the Royal Exchange and discover the hidden world of a busy theatre! More Information

Sun 18/3/18 12:00PM TOURS
Sun 20/5/18 12:00PM TOURS


Introducing...: Pre show introductions to selected plays.

Led from the stage by the Creative, Learning & Engagement team, INTRODUCING sessoions are designed to develop knowledge and understanding of a live theatre production. These sessions are suitable for anyone, including individual audience members, groups and schools. More Information  

Introducing...FRANKENSTEIN: 22 March 2018

Introducing...THE CHERRY ORCHARD: 3 May 2018

Thu 22/3/18 10:30AM EDUCATION
Thu 3/5/18 10:30AM EDUCATION


Mountains - The Dreams of Lily Kwok

HELEN HAS GROWN UP IN THE UK, BUT ALWAYS FELT A PIECE OF HER STORY WAS MISSING.

Amidst the skyscrapers and bustling streets of Hong Kong, she meets her grandmother, Lily Kwok, and steps into a past of shocking family secrets that will change her life forever.

Based on Helen Tse’s bestselling novel Sweet Mandarin, this evocative new play by award-winning writer In-Sook Chappell, tells the extraordinary story of the women behind the famous Manchester restaurant. A family held together with one lifeline - food.

More Information

Thu 22/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 23/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 24/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Mon 26/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Tue 27/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Wed 28/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Thu 29/3/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Thu 29/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 30/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 31/3/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 31/3/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Tue 3/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Wed 4/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Thu 5/4/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Thu 5/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 6/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 7/4/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 7/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Elders Monthly: Practical Drama Sessions

Elders Monthly sessions are open to anyone over 60 and are a taster workshop for those who wish to develop drama skills and find out more about the process of making theatre. If following a taster session, you are interested in becoming a full member of The Elders you will have the opportunity to apply for one of our termly programmes of workshops (subject to available places). More Information

Mon 26/3/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 28/3/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 25/4/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Mon 30/4/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Mon 21/5/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 23/5/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 20/6/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 4/7/18 11:00AM EDUCATION
Wed 18/7/18 11:00AM EDUCATION


Members Q&As

These lunchtime events in our Theatre and Studio spaces are exclusively available to MEMBERS and are an opportunity to hear from the actors featuring in our productions. Come along to hear about what goes into creating each production and performing in our unique theatre. Members also have the opportunity to ask their own questions! More Information

Fri 6/4/18 12:30PM STUDIO
Fri 11/5/18 12:30PM STUDIO
Fri 20/7/18 12:30PM THEATRE


MIXTAPE

“THIS IS MANCHESTER; WE DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY HERE.”

A mixtape is a home-made compilation of music recorded in a specific order, for somebody specific. Our MIXTAPE is a new kind of musical – part gig, part play, part party. A harmonious ode to this city. More Information

Wed 11/4/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Thu 12/4/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Thu 12/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 13/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 14/4/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 14/4/18 7:30PM STUDIO


The Cherry Orchard

THE TIDE OF CHANGE IS COMING. MADAM RANYEVSKAYA'S WORLD OF PRIVILEGE AND PLEASURE IS BEGINNING TO SHOW CRACKS, BUT SHE AND HER FAMILY LIVE ON IN DENIAL.

Lopakhin wants to rescue Ranyevskaya. The hard-working son of one of her family’s serfs, his new-found wealth can offer shelter and security to the woman he has loved since boyhood, but it will come at a high price.

Directed by Michael Boyd, former artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Chekhov’s final masterpiece is full of wild humour and piercing sadness in this fresh, funny and honest new translation by award-winning playwright Rory Mullarkey, (Cannibals Royal Exchange Theatre, Saint George and the Dragon, National Theatre) Kirsty Bushell (King Lear, Chichester Festival Theatre; Antigone, Barbican) and Jude Owusu (A Tale of Two Cities, Regent’s Park; Julius Caesar, RSC) lead the ensemble in this vivid new production.

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Thu 19/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 20/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 21/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 23/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 24/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 25/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 26/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 26/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 27/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 28/4/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 28/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 30/4/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 1/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 2/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 3/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 3/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 4/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 5/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 5/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 8/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 9/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 10/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 10/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 11/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 12/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 12/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 14/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 15/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 16/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 17/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 17/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 18/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 19/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 19/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE


Laureate's Choice Special

THE MANCHESTER WRITING SCHOOL AT MANCHESTER MET INVITES YOU TO AN EVENING OF POETRY AND MUSIC IN THE ROYAL EXCHANGE STUDIO, HOSTED BY POET LAUREATE CAROL ANN DUFFY.

Carol Ann will be reading from her world-renowned work and introducing special guests. Ella Duffy and company performing WIFE (based on Carol Ann's acclaimed collection THE WORLD'S WIFE) and readings from some of the country's most exciting new poetry voices: the LAUREATE'S CHOICE pamphleteers. More Information

Wed 25/4/18 7:00PM STUDIO


Three Sisters, by RashDash, After Chekhov

WHAT IF RASHDASH WERE THE THREE SISTERS?

A brand-new perspective on Anton Chekhov’s classic THREE SISTERS from performers, musicians, theatre makers and Royal Exchange Associate Artists RashDash. As they reimagine this classic they ask - what if RashDash were the three sisters, Olga, Masha and Irena?

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Thu 3/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 4/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 5/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Tue 8/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Wed 9/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Thu 10/5/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Thu 10/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 11/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 12/5/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 12/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Mon 14/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Tue 15/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Wed 16/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Thu 17/5/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Thu 17/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 18/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 19/5/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 19/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Happy Days

"THE DAYS GO BY, CERTAIN DAYS, FO QUITE BY, THE BELL GIES, AND LITTLE OR NOTHING IS SAID, LITTLE OR NOTHING IS DONE. THAT IS THE DANGER. TO BE GUARDED AGAINST."

Winnie is stuck. Buried in a wilderness of scorched earth she survives the everyday with fragments of babbling optimism. But she has her armoury, the lipstick, the mirror and the bag.

From his cave her husband Willie hides in the shadows, as they both await the inevitable bell to ring in another happy day.

Following the success of A Streetcar Named Desire, The Skriker and Hamlet, Royal Exchange Artistic Director Sarah Frankcom and Associate Artist Maxine Peake continue their creative collaboration with Samuel Beckett’s surreal masterpiece, Happy Days.

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Fri 25/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 26/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 28/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 29/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 30/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 31/5/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 31/5/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 1/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 2/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 2/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 4/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 5/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 6/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 7/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 7/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 8/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 9/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 9/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 11/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 12/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Wed 13/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 14/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 14/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 15/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 16/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 16/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 18/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 19/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 20/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 21/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 21/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 22/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 23/6/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 23/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE


Half Breed

‘I AM THAT MIXED RACED KID, LIKE 50/50, ON THE FENCE, LUKE WARM, IN-BETWEEN MAYBE. TRUST ME, AROUND HERE I’M ABOUT AS BLACK AS IT GOES…’

Jazmin feels different. She doesn’t want to stay in the village. She doesn’t want to have a baby. She doesn’t want to laugh at racist jokes in the local pub. She’s got to get out. A partly autobiographical dark comedy about finding your voice. Written and performed by Alfred Fagon Award shortlisted writer Tash Marshall. More Information

Thu 31/5/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 1/6/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 2/6/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 2/6/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Joke Translation Service

"IN 2015 THEATRE MAKER RACHEL MARS HAD THE BEST CONVERSATION OF HER LIFE. IT WAS WITH AN AFGHAN TAXI DRIVER. FOR 45 MINUTES THEY TOLD EACH OTHER GAGS FROM WHERE THEY GREW UP.

So far piloted in Leeds and Glasgow, it is also funny, not funny, extremely confusing and very frustrating. More Information

Fri 8/6/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Anyone's Guess How We Got Here

"DON'T RESPOND, HOLD MY BREATH, MOVE THE SOFA AWAY FROM THE WALL, AND LAY DOWN IN THE GAP MADE BETWEEN, AND HIDE. AND WAIT. AND WHEN THEY GO, POKE MY FINGERS OUT THE LETTERBOX. STRETCH THEM WIDE. FEEL THE COLD OF THE AIR. AND THINK, IF I LEFT THEM THERE LONG ENOUGH, THE WOLVES MIGHT COME, AND EAT ME PIECE BY PIECE"

After multi award-winning NOTHING and SOME PEOPLE TALK ABOUT VIOLENCE, Barrel Organ return following their third show. ANYONE'S GUESS HOW WE GOT HERE is a road-trip. A haunted-house. A bedtime story. A photo-album. An '80s fantasy film. A demolition project. A riot. More Information

Thu 14/6/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Fri 15/6/18 7:30PM STUDIO
Sat 16/6/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 16/6/18 7:30PM STUDIO


Queens of the Coal Age

"WE ARE WOMEN AGAINST PIT CLOSURES AND WE'RE OCCUPYING THIS PIT."

Anne, Elaine, Dot and Lesley. Four ordinary women, facing the closure of their community. It’s 1993 and the Parkside Colliery pit may be winding down, but they’re not giving up.

Their bras stuffed with contraband, they take a tour of the pit and refuse to come up. Settling into the depths of the mine, making tissue roses and walking imaginary dogs, they face bribery and threats. But as they dig in, those up top start to realise these ladies are not for turning.

This powerful play full of Northern wit is Associate Artist Maxine Peake’s first play for the Royal Exchange following the critically acclaimed, Beryl. Queens of the Coal Age is the true story of four women taking a stand in the face of a changing world.

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Thu 28/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 29/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 30/6/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 2/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 3/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 4/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 5/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 5/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 6/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 7/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 7/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 9/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 10/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Wed 11/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 12/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 12/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 13/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 14/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 14/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 16/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 17/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Wed 18/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 19/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 19/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 20/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 21/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 21/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Mon 23/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Tue 24/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Wed 25/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Thu 26/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Thu 26/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Fri 27/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE
Sat 28/7/18 2:30PM THEATRE
Sat 28/7/18 7:30PM THEATRE


The Act

‘THE ACT IS ABOUT LOVE BETWEEN TEENAGERS. IT’S ABOUT HOW YOU THINK WE LOOK TOGETHER. THE WAY THINGS FEEL, THE FIRST TIME YOU FEEL THEM. IT IS AWKWARD, FUNNY, TERRIFYING. IT IS EXCRUCIATING ANTICIPATION…’

Give her a cheeky smile, let her know you’re interested. You need to catch her eye, you know flirtatious stuff? You need to be a little bit vulnerable. Be confident. Show her your soft side. But you don’t wanna be too vulnerable. You don’t wanna be too soft. Pretend they’re the only one. Because then they’ll feel special. More Information

Sat 28/7/18 2:30PM STUDIO
Sat 28/7/18 7:30PM STUDIO