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The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

Blackthorpe Barn 17th May 2017 Where to begin?  Indulge me for a moment, whilst I put last night’s performance in a personal context.  I had avoided any show previews or previous reviews.  I knew nothing about this play before last night.  Also, it is not long since I discovered the …

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The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

Prudencia Hart has a passion for folk music – as the young academic travels to a conference in Kelso, the snow starts to fall and so begins a dream-like adventure of self-discovery. This beautiful and darkly comic tale is told in a series of mischievous storytellers, sometimes speaking in riotous …

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The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

Prudencia Hart has a passion for folk music – as the young academic travels to a conference in Kelso, the snow starts to fall and so begins a dream-like adventure of self-discovery. This beautiful and darkly comic tale is told in a series of mischievous storytellers, sometimes speaking in riotous …

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The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

Prudencia Hart has a passion for folk music – as the young academic travels to a conference in Kelso, the snow starts to fall and so begins a dream-like adventure of self-discovery.   This beautiful and darkly comic tale is told in a series of mischievous storytellers, sometimes speaking in riotous …

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Urinetown

Gallery Players are thrilled to announce the local premiere of Urinetown – daring and original, a side-splitting send-up of greed, love, revolution (and musicals!), in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.  Winner of three Tony Awards, Urinetown is an hilarious musical satire of the legal system, …

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Bucket List

Bucket List by Theatre Ad Infinitum  Performing at The Undercroft, Serpentine Green Shopping Centre, Hampton. PE7 8DE A powerful story of a young Mexican woman’s fight for justice. When her mother is murdered, for protesting against corporate and governmental corruption, Milagros finds herself left with only a bloodstained list of …

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Neverland

Neverland by Tom Penn Performing at the Pyramid Community Centre, Watergall, Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 8NZ Ten adults and children step into a tented den and discover a magical world to explore and play in, inspired by J.M.Barrie’s Neverland in Peter Pan, using music, performance and amazing special effects. 30-40 minutes, …

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Until You Hear That Bell

Until You Hear That Bell by Sean Mahoney Performing at The Tap Room, Brewery Tap and Campol Gym in Peterborough | Presented by: JUMPED UP THEATRE | DURATION:60 minutes – no interval. | AGE GUIDANCE:14+ Told through spoken word and within timed boxing rounds, this is a story about amateur …

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Reassembled, Slightly Askew

REASSEMBLED, SLIGHTLY ASKEW BY SHANNON YEE AGE GUIDANCE:16+ | DURATION:90 minutes – no interval | 3 shows each date An autobiographical, audio-based artwork about Shannon’s experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection and her journey of rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury. Audience members (6 per show) experience Reassembled, …

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Eastern Angles Spring Tour

Spring now appears to be edging its way towards us and as it does, so does one of the landmarks of the East Anglian theatrical year.  Slipping itself into gear on the 15th of March at the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket, the Eastern Angles’ Spring Tour Transit van doesn’t …

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Stoat Hall

Stoat Hall, by Eastern Angles 12th January 2017  Seckford Theatre in Woodbridge   Another highly entertaining tale written by the excellent local writing team of Pat Whymark and her partner Julian Harries. This time the Eastern Angles performers have to engage their remarkable talents in a tale that takes us …

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We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea

JUMP ABOARD, IT’S A WILD RIDE!  Arthur Ransome’s WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO TO SEA, adapted for Eastern Angles Theatre Company by Nick Wood.  Presented at The Hush House, Bentwaters Parks, Woodbridge until July 9th.  The Hush House is the perfect venue for this compelling story by Arthur Ransome, told …

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