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10 December 2019 at 2:58 pm

Thought about seeing some Pay What You Decide Shows in Spring?

Article Author:
Edward Dixon

The Drill Hall wants to make amazing art available to everyone. Come see Pay What You Decide events with us!

We are so lucky! This year we are bringing 13 Pay What You Decide events to the Drill Hall. This means if you are at a loss what to do in the Spring, you must book now. The format is the same- see a show you NEED to see, BOOK your tickets, WATCH the performance, and then PAY WHAT YOU DECIDE at the end.

We’ve made things easy for you with a comprehensive list of all the brilliant shows we have visiting us very very soon just below! Check it out.

 

The Naughty Fox (SAT 1 FEB)

The Naughty Fox

An immersive, multisensory journey of friendship and play for little ones and their grown-ups. Experience a world of puppetry, music, light projection and bountiful energy as our two storytellers bring magic to household objects.


Wolf (SUN 16 FEB)

Wolf Family theatre

Join us for an adventure and find out what happens when Jack cries WOLF!

With original music, puppetry and a tale you thought you knew


Henry Moon & The Greasy Spoon (THU 20 FEB)

Rhubarb Theatre present a brand-new family show – bursting with imagination, dance, music and a large portion of Rhubarb magic!


The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (MON 24 FEB)

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde theatre

Chris Cooper’s adaptation is a powerful drama, rich in imagery that illuminates the themes at the heart of Robert Louis Stevenson’s complex text. Themes such as identity, good and evil, love and hate knowledge and ethics, power and responsibility, and what makes us human. However hard you try to hide your feelings, you can never truly hide them forever…


Thunder Road (THU 27 FEB)

Thunder Road theatre show

Thunder Road tells the story of two women, Maureen and Sylvie, who embark on a First Aid training trip. Influenced by the creations of Victoria Wood, Steve Coogan, and Julia Davis, the show examines some of the darker corners of human nature.


Ish (FRI 6 MAR)

Poet Georgina Jones - Ish

Set to a 90s pop and hip hop soundtrack, poet Georgina Jones‘ ISH combines spoken word, storytelling and comedy to explore what it means to grow up as a woman.


The Twisted Tale of Hansel & Gretel (SAT 28 MAR)

Family Theatre Hansel and Gretel

Award winning METRO-BOULOT-DODO are joining forces with Open Theatre Company to bring their creative flair and quirky sense of humour to the infamous fairy tale Hansel and Gretel.


Smile Club (WED 1 APR)

Smile Club - theatre

Set in a dystopian world in which a government drive exists to tame and prune unruly women deemed unable to fit into society, Smile Club is a darkly comic and searingly satirical new one woman show.


Vamos Theatre: Dead Good (THU 2 APR)

Vamos Theatre: Dead Good

Funny and poignant in equal measure, Dead Good is Vamos Theatre’s new production for 2020. It’s a witty, wordless theatre show about the ultimate shared experience.


The Unexpected Adventures of Darwin the Chimp (TUE 14 APR)

Theatre - Darwin The Chimp

Award-winning Ditto Theatre Company present this original story combining storytelling, puppetry and movement. Join us on an adventure of friendship, family and what it means to be home.


Ockham’s Razor: This Time (FRI 17 — SUN 19 APR)

Ockham's Razor: This Time

With a cast ranging in age from 13 to 60, This Time uses the imagery of circus, autobiographical storytelling and original equipment design to create compelling visual theatre which looks at perceptions of strength and ability: how we are strong in different ways at different times in our lives.


Daniel Bye: These Hills Are Ours (WED 22 APR)

These Hills Are Ours

In story and in song, this is the story of what they found out – about the relationship between city and country, between wild and controlled, about land ownership, about why we’re drawn to wild places – and about what we’re really running from.


Toussaint To Move (WED 29 APR)

Dance performance Toussaint to Move

Windows Of Displacement, choreographed and performed by Akeim Toussaint Buck is an autobiographically sourced solo; blending dance, song and spoken word to explore personal narratives, ancestral memory and the shifting (and increasingly urgent) politics surrounding the movement of people.

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