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13 May 2015 - 30 May 2015 @ 7:30pm (Saturday matinees 2pm)

The Ladykillers

When criminal mastermind Professor Marcus and a motley crew of misfits pose as amateur musicians to rent rooms from the sweetly eccentric Miss Wilberforce, the police have no idea that they’re planning a daring robbery. But Miss Wilberforce is not so easily deceived.

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28 May 2015 @ 8pm

We Can Be Heroes

This is a show about facing your fears and becoming a super hero.
Teenagers Patrick and Mark spend their days dodging school bullies, reading comic books and dreaming of escape from their small town home. Then they meet Mr Smith - a real-life super hero, with his own costume and canine sidekick.

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3 Jun 2015 @ 7:30pm

COMEDY: Stewart Francis - Pun Gent Tour

The star of 'Mock The Week', 'Michael McIntyre's Roadshow' and 'Live At The Apollo' embarks on a brand new stand-up tour with a fantastic and hilarious new show!

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5 Jun 2015 - 6 Jun 2015 @ 7:30pm

MUSIC: Two Pianos

Following last year's sell-out show, two of Yorkshire's finest pianists take to the stage to deliver an unforgettable duelling rock 'n' roll piano experience.

David Barton and Al Kilvo will each take you back in time as they sing and play the songs of the American 1950s rock 'n' roll era, interpreted in their own individual style.

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5 Jun 2015 @ 8pm

The Rise and Fall of a Northern Star

This show is a blend of comedy and tragedy, interspersed with an original soundtrack and pacey dialogue.

 

 

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8 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 1pm

GROW: The road to Edinburgh

From venue booking to fundraising and marketing, taking a show to the Edinburgh Festival can be a logistical nightmare. In the first half of the day, festival manager and creative coach Chris Grady shows you the steps to make the journey.

Who is it for? Companies or individuals who want to perform at Edinburgh

 

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Main House

8 Jun 2015 - 9 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 5pm

GROW: Get physical with frantic assembly

One of the country's most exciting theatre companies, Frantic Assembly are known for their unique physicality and collaborative theatre making process. Experience their distinctive approach in this highly energetic and creative workshop. You'll learn how to devise your own movement-led work, build physical confidence and learn new techniques, culminating with a sharing at the end of day two.
Who is it for?
Anyone who wants to develop work led by physicality

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8 Jun 2015 @ 2pm - 5pm

GROW: Production Budgeting

Struggle with VAT? Tie yourself in knots over National Insurance? The afternoon session breaks down production budgeting and offers practical guidance for managing your finances.

Who is it for? Small companies without dedicated finance support

 

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9 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 12pm

GROW:Find your brand

What does your show image say about you or your company? Or the language you use in a funding application? A brand is much more than a logo, it's the personality and promise you make to the public. This workshop includes exercises to help you clarify your brand and present a consistent message.

Who is it for?
Emerging artists and companies who do not have dedicated marketing support

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9 Jun 2015 @ 2pm - 5pm

GROW: Project management

Whether you're an independent artist working from your living room or a growing theatre company on tour, all projects need straightforward processes that cover all the bases. In this interactive session, experienced manager and consultant Maggie Saxon gives you the basic tools to streamline everything from complex plans to simple tasks.
Who is it for?
Emerging artists and companies looking to set up systems and improve efficiency

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9 Jun 2015 @ 6-7pm

GROW: Setting up a Theatre Company

A chance for new companies to share and discuss their experiences. What have you learnt? What are the pitfalls? What advice would you share? Part networking, part counselling, it's also a forum to meet potential collaborators.

Who is it for?
Those in the first or early stages of forming a theatre company

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9 Jun 2015 @ 8pm - 10pm

GROW: Never Mind The Pub Quiz

A mix of the traditional pub quiz, live performance and a TV panel show! Enter a team of up to six and find out if you can navigate your way through the madness to find your way to the prestigious Winners' Lounge.

Who is it for?
Absolutely everyone!

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10 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 5pm

GROW: Release your inner clown with spymonkey

Spymonkey are world leaders in the field of clown theatre and physical comedy. Here they introduce their techniques for actor development and devising. Be prepared to discover your comedy gold and laugh until your face hurts. You will look at what makes you uniquely funny, how to take risks and make an audience belly laugh. In this highly enjoyable workshop you will play games and use exercises to develop trust and complicity with the group.

Who is it for?
Anyone who wants to develop work led by clowning and physical comedy

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Main House

10 Jun 2015 @ 2pm - 5pm

GROW: Are your learning projects artistically integrated or an afterthought?

Does your company run engagement projects to enhance, promote or influence your work? How do you plan and deliver projects? Who are they for and how do you integrate community engagement into your core artistic vision? This workshop will help you to identify what kind of projects your company should offer and how to plan and deliver them to the best effect.

Who is it for?
Early career companies or individuals interested in a career in creative learning

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11 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 1pm

GROW: Writing for and about communities

Create


This half-day session looks at the challenges and rewards of writing with, for and about communities. It gives a practical introduction to writing large cast plays, including scripting exercises and looking at how the writer interacts with the community.

Who is it for?
Writers interested in theatre with large numbers of people of different ages and backgrounds, about their neighbourhood, village, town or city

 

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Main House

11 Jun 2015 @ 2pm - 5pm

GROW: Technical touring

Develop

Everything you need to know when taking your work into a venue. This workshop looks at touring from the point of view of both the incoming company and the venue. From schedules, deadlines and contracts to all-important advance information, you'll learn how to ensure a return visit!

Who is it for?
Emerging companies without a home / People responsible for booking, technical planning and design

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11 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 1pm

GROW: The journey from script to performance


Join Hull-born writer Jim English and Rose Bruford graduate company, End of the Line, and learn how to create, develop and stage new scripts. You will cover everything from how to inspire new ideas and develop scripts with actors to making them performance ready.

Who is it for?
Young and emerging companies looking to develop and share current practice

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12 Jun 2015 @ 2pm - 5pm

GROW: Truth or dare - writing from real stories

Plays are often inspired by real-life characters and events but how do you turn truth into fiction? Amanda Whittington shares the skills and techniques she uses to put real stories on stage. In this practical workshop, you will learn how to blend truth with imagination and dare to discover your own writer's voice.

Who is it for?
Aspiring writers working on their first script or established playwrights seeking a fresh approach

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11 Jun 2015 @ 2pm - 4pm

GROW: Writing Masterclass

Award-winning, ground breaking playwright Roy Williams shares his writing skills in this unique masterclass. One of the country's leading dramatists, he will centre discussions around the three important questions by which he judges theatre:
1. AM I MOVED?
2. DO I LEARN?
3. AM I SURPRISED?

Who is it for?
Anybody interested in ground breaking, contemporary theatre

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Main House

11 Jun 2015 @ 6-7pm

GROW: Unsual Spaces

Creating work outside of a traditional auditorium offers unique opportunities and challenges. A chance to discuss, learn and share your experiences.

Who is it for?
Writers, directors and theatre makers interested in making work in unusual spaces

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12 Jun 2015 @ 10am - 5pm

GROW: Unlocking the text

How do you gain a deeper personal connection with text? Or ensure the words you are saying are totally understood, truthful and emotionally rooted? Using a variety of exploratory rehearsal techniques and research exercises, this workshop is designed to challenge pre-conceived ideas about character and situation and reveal how much you really understand about the words you are saying.

Who is it for?
Drama school graduates / Actors in training and professional actors wanting to refresh their approach

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Main House

18 Jun 2015 - 20 Jun 2015 @ Thu 7pm, Fri 10:30am & 7pm, Sat 2pm

The Famous Victories of Henry V

Get involved in the exhilarating adventure of bad boy Prince Hal as he swaps his rebellious life in London for the battlefields of France. 

The Famous Victories of Henry V brings together all the exciting moments from three great plays – Henry IV Parts I & II and Henry V.

Featuring Shakespeare’s original language, this production is the perfect first encounter for young people aged 8 and upwards.

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Main House

18 Jun 2015 - 20 Jun 2015 @ 8pm

The Sunset Five

A pub quiz team in an English seaside town launch a Las Vegas-style casino heist. After the sell-out success of Inheritance Blues, DugOut Theatre return to delight audiences with the premiere of their new show, full of music and comedy. Think Ocean's Eleven meets Hot Fuzz!

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23 Jun 2015 @ 7pm

FILM:Still Life

Meticulous and organised to the point of obsession, John May (Eddie Marsan) is a council worker charged with finding the next of kin of those who have died alone

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24 Jun 2015 @ 8pm

The Violent Justice In Our Hearts

The Violent Justice in our Hearts is a show that asks how violence, love, anger and kindness fit together when you are trying to do the right thing. It's a show about the people who made us miserable at school, trying to forgive those who trespass against us, saving strangers from being beaten up in the street, unleashing the dogs of war, and turning the other cheek.

 

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25 Jun 2015 @ 7:00pm

Kings Of England: Monument to Charlie Chaplin

An evening at the cinema in 1941 interrupted by a miracle at wartime. ‘Monument' is a short black and white movie, projected on 16mm reel, accompanied by an introduction featuring live music. A great night at the cinema for families, this short film is followed by a screening of Charlie Chaplin's ‘The Great Dictator'.

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26 Jun 2015 @ 7:30pm

Folk in Hull

Be warned, this is no folk music night, but an evening encompassing a wide variety of musical genres and styles; from rock, hip-hop and jazz, to classical, world and folk. It's a showcase representing the talent and diversity of Hull's top music-makers.

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Main House

2 Jul 2015 - 4 Jul 2015

The Words I Should Have Said To Phoebe Lewis

A fast-paced, part-comedy, part-thriller, about a young writer's journey of discovering love.

 

 

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4 Jul 2015 @ 7:30pm

Snake Davis Band Classic Sax Tour

Snake gives us 25 classics, including Baker Street, Careless Whisper, Will You, Still Crazy After All These Years, Respect, Yakety Yak, and his own solos from Million Love Songs, Moving on Up, Search for the Hero, and Lisa Stansfield's Change.

Snake reveals their background and history as well as playing them in context.

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Main House

9 Jul 2015 - 11 Jul 2015 @ 8pm

Pig

Meet Gaz, Coral and Ted, two cops and one robber, all fallible humans that make a bad decision. One gets a caution, one a discipline, the other a promotion. How does it feel to have power, yet be powerless in a society of ever-shifting values and an increasingly political sector?

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7 Jul 2015 - 11 Jul 2015 @ 7:30pm (Saturday matinee:2pm)

Into the Woods

 "The fairy-tale musical with a twist"...

A glass slipper...

A beanstalk...

A twist...

Is it really possible to live happily ever after?

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Main House

14 Jul 2015 - 18 Jul 2015 @ 8pm

Noises Off

It's a big week for Otstar Productions. They're at the Grand Theatre, Weston Super Mare raring to go with their new production of ‘Nothing On', the hilarious farce by Robin Housemonger. The company, a mixture of bright young things and, shall we say, more ‘seasoned' performers is on its last dress rehearsal and things are not going to plan. There's confusion over the sardines, professional rivalry, and an actor who is rather too fond of the booze than is good for him. It's make or break time for ‘on the skids' director Lloyd Dallas. Surely his disparate band will pull things together and not completely fall apart? Don't you believe it! The Chameleon Players are proud to present one the funniest plays ever written, and can guarantee you a great night out.

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22 Jul 2015 @ 8pm

COMEDY: Kevin Precious & Sam Harland

A double-bill of preview shows from a pair of Hull-born comics.

 

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23 Jul 2015 @ 8pm

New York Brass band

A powerhouse 8-piece New Orleans-inspired party band from the mean streets of York, pumping out Marvin Gaye, George Michael, Cee-Lo Green and Stevie Wonder with some funky, gritty northern originals thrown in for good measure.

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24 Jul 2015 @ 7:30pm

Clare Teal and her Trio Celebrate Doris Day

Clare's special celebration of the music of the iconic and much-loved Doris Day on BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night, was a huge success, including many of the songs that made her famous: Secret Love, Move Over Darling, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps, Deadwood Stage, It's Magic, Ready Willing and Able, Everybody Loves a Lover, Que Sera Sera, Hernando's Hideaway, Little Girl Blue, I'll Never Stop Loving You... and many more favourites.

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Main House

25 Jul 2015 @ 3pm

A Love Supreme: Gary Crosby Denys Baptiste Quartet

2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the only live performance by the legendary Coltrane of A Love Supreme - this milestone is so monumental that this work of art deserves to be revisited by new artists. Joining inspirational double bassist Gary Crosby is Mercury/MOBO-winning saxophonist Denys Baptiste,with Joe Armo-Jones on piano and Rod Youngs on drums.

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25 Jul 2015 @ 5.30pm

Unfurl

Olivia Moore (violin), Jim Faulkner (guitar), Gavin Barras (bass), Adam Warne (Egyptian percussion) John Ball (Indian santoor, table)

Unfurl combine Indian Ragas, contemporary jazz, flamenco and Arabic rhythms with compelling band interplay and mesmerising atmospherics to create an uplifting fusion and an original sound that ranges from the dramatic to the sublime

 

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25 Jul 2015 @ 8.30pm

Dread Supreme

With roots in Jamaican music and British and American Jazz, A Dread Supreme produce an amazing sound that delighted the Yellow Bus audience at Freedom 2014!

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Main House

26 Jul 2015 @ 12 - 3pm

Jazz Festival Brunch: Zoe Gilby Quartet

A jazz vocalist and songwriter, Zoe and her accomplished band perform contemporary material from composers such as Pink Floys and Kate Bush, along with superb interpretations of 'The Great American Songbook' and her own compositions.

 

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8 Sep 2015 - 10 Sep 2015 @ 7:30pm

Revolutions

1989: A year of revolutions. Standing here in 2015, have any of us got what's needed to do it all again?

Revolutions was originally developed by Ensemble 52 at Hull Truck Theatre as part of GROW.

 

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17 Sep 2015 - 19 Sep 2015 @ 7:30pm (Saturday matinee: 2pm)

Beryl

Maxine Peake's witty, charming and critically acclaimed play celebrates the life of sporting legend Beryl Burton - the greatest woman on two wheels.

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23 Sep 2015 @ 7:30pm

COMEDY: Chris Ramsey: All Growed Up

Join him as he explores getting older, finding yourself, taking responsibility, realising you are no longer a child and all of the other terrifying realisations that come with being dragged kicking and screaming into modern adulthood.

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26 Sep 2015 @ 8pm

Big Girls Blouse

Here Kate makes a song and dance about her life using humour, music and costume to tell her story.

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1 Oct 2015 - 24 Oct 2015 @ 7:30pm (Matinee: 2pm)

Dancing Through The Shadows

A new play from local playwright Richard Vergette, inspired by his own family and experiences, this is a very human story from the heart of Hull.

Divided families are thrown together when the Second World War reaches Hull. Suddenly class means nothing and all that matters is surviving. As the Blitz shatters their world apart, Tom and Sylvia struggle to hold their relationship together.

 

 

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8 Oct 2015 @ 8pm

The Bogus Woman

An African woman arrives in a strange country fleeing for her life, seeking safety and asylum. Despite having committed no crime she is indefinitely confined, interrogated, humiliated and abused. She witnesses the cruelty of the authorities and their casual disregard for an individual's human rights. This strange country is England.

Krissi Bohn (Coronation Street) performs this powerful, poetic and heart-wrenching play - bringing to life the 51 sharply etched characters who retell the experiences of this young woman.

 

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10 Oct 2015 @ 10:30am - 5pm

DISCOVER DAY: How We Made Dancing Through the Shadows

Join the creative team, led by Director Mark Babych and Writer Richard Vergette, to explore the process of how this new show was made and staged.

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10 Oct 2015 @ 2:30pm & 8pm

...And This Is My Friend Mr Laurel

Jeffrey (Hi-de-Hi, You Rang M'Lord) stars in this one-man show about friendship, memories and a couple of remarkable lives. Set in the bedroom of a sick Oliver Hardy the show takes place during Laurel's visit to the dying man. Recounting their past success as the comedy double act Laurel and Hardy, this is a humorous and touching look at one of the great cinematic partnerships of the last century.

 

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14 Oct 2015 @ 2pm

WORKSHOP: The People's Republic of Poetry

A Firm of Poets present an exciting opportunity for anyone wishing to develop their performance poetry or spoken word technique.

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14 Oct 2015 @ 8pm

The People's Republic Of Poetry

Four Poets, Four Chairs, One Microphone
A quartet of poets faces the audience; in turn they step up to the mic to perform their poems.

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15 Oct 2015 - 17 Oct 2015 @ 7:00pm

Keep Calm And Tell It-The Real Stories Of Hull In The Blitz

Hull Truck Theatre's Over 55s acting group presents an evening of storytelling, songs and memories, devised from their research of Hull Blitz history. Working in association with Centre for Contemporary Storytelling, this event sits alongside Dancing Through the Shadows in the Main House.

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Main House

22 Oct 2015 @ 6:15pm-7pm

DISCUSS & DEBATE: Dancing Through the Shadows

From idea to script - Director Mark Babych and Writer Richard Vergette discuss the how Dancing Through the Shadows was brought to the stage, from inspiration to the writing process and practicalities.

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22 Oct 2015 @ 7:00pm

Hull Dance Prize 2015

 

Hull Dance Prize 2015 comprises a great evening of dance with a competitive twist. Dance companies from across Yorkshire will perform brand new works, just for you.... plus a panel of professional judges.

 

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27 Oct 2015 - 28 Oct 2015 @ Tue 1pm & 4pm Wed 11am & 2pm

The Sagas of Noggin The Nog

In the Lands of the North, where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea, in the dark night that is very long, the men of the Northlands sit by their great log fires and they tell the tale... of Noggin the Nog!

These classic stories are playfully re-told using puppets, original music, film - and a cast of very silly Vikings.

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Main House

3 Nov 2015 - 14 Nov 2015 @ 7:30pm (Saturday matinee: 2pm)

Poles Apart

A new comedy written and directed by John Godber

Commissioned by David Pugh Limited

Phil, Fat Glen and Polish Jan are on task and finish as they deliver a breathless rant on life, art and sausage sarnies in a desperate effort to mend the leaking roof.

 

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3 Nov 2015 @ 8pm

COMEDY: Alfie Moore - The Naked Stun

Former Police Sergeant turned stand-up comedian, and star of BBC Radio 4 It's a Fair Cop, Alfie tasers his way through 90min of hilarious anecdotes drawn from his eighteen years on the beat.

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4 Nov 2015 @ 8pm

Rise Up

In modern day Britain, four actors tell the stories of the Freedom Riders - principled citizens riding buses across Alabama and Mississippi, drawing attention to this illegal discrimination, and facing up to terrifying violence with peaceful resistance. 

Suitable for ages 13+. Running time 60 mins.

 

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10 Nov 2015 - 14 Nov 2015 @ 8pm (Saturday matinee: 2.30pm)

Its Now Or Never

Whilst living in Spain, Elvis Presley fanatic Keith discovers his hero is not dead but living in the villa next door. He talks his friend Tom into helping him kidnap Elvis and sell the story to the British tabloid press. Things go according to plan until the victim appears to die in their custody!

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17 Nov 2015 - 18 Nov 2015 @ 1:30pm & 7pm

Outsiders

Marie was there, she was the witness. In court she met her boyfriend's gaze, but he looked straight through her. She remembered his soft touch, his smile and his stories from the time before he fired the gun. Before the man fell to the ground. Marie saw it all happen...and at home there sat a sister, waiting for her brother to return.

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18 Nov 2015 @ 7:30pm

COMEDY: Jenny Eclair: How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane)

Professional Grumpy old woman, Splash survivor, amateur soup maker, and novice knitter, Jenny Eclair is younger than Madonna but eats crisps and likes wine.


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Main House

20 Nov 2015 @ 7pm

Jazz North Introduces...

A new initiative providing young northern jazz artists with their first high-profile performance.

 

 

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20 Nov 2015 @ 8.30pm

The Albermarle Alumni Band


A great evening of classic jazz by the stars of the City of Hull Youth Jazz Orchestra, led by Hull-born vocalist Jenny Smith.

 

 

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21 Nov 2015 @ 3pm

Gary Crosby's Groundation Singing Freedom

Gary Crosby and his talented young band revisit the path to freedom, from 18th century slavery to the 20th century Civil Rights Movement.

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21 Nov 2015 @ 5pm-8pm

National Youth Jazz Orchestra Sextet

National Youth Jazz Orchestra Sextet, led by Mark Armstrong
with City of Hull Youth Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Aesthetic and local schools

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Main House

21 Nov 2015 @ 9pm

Andy Sheppard Quartet: Surrounded by the Sea

A rare intimate concert with saxophonist Andy Sheppard, guitarist Eivind Aarset, bass player Michel Benita and drummer Sebastian Rochford.

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22 Nov 2015 @ 12 - 3pm

Jazz Festival Brunch

Gypsy jazz combined with tunes from the classic Hot Club of Paris band era.

Delicious brunch menu available from 12noon-2.30pm. Advance table booking required on 01482 323638.

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25 Nov 2015 @ 7:30pm

COMEDY: Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted

Due to exceptional demand Lee Nelson's brand new show has been extended into autumn 2015!

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Main House

26 Nov 2015 - 28 Nov 2015 @ 8pm (Saturday matinee: 2.30pm)

Turning The Tide

Following another sell out show earlier this year, Turning the Tide returns with stories of the women who campaigned for the return of the fishing industry after the triple trawler tragedy of 1968.

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4 Dec 2015 - 9 Jan 2016

Sleeping Beauty

From award-winning children's writer Mike Kenny and the team that brought you Cinderella, this is a visual feast for all the family.

Join our five magical Nannas as they spin the tale of Princess Briar Rose in this reawakening of a fairytale classic packed with music, song, dance and laughter.

 

 

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Main House

11 Dec 2015 - 12 Dec 2015 @ Fri 7:30pm, Sat 2pm

FILM: White Christmas

A heart-warming, festive romantic comedy, packed with well-loved Irving Berlin tunes, including the timeless title classic, White Christmas.

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18 Dec 2015 - 19 Dec 2015 @ Fri 7:30pm, Sat 2pm

FILM: It's A Wonderful Life

For many, this is the ultimate Christmas film. Its mixture of humour, whimsy and sentimentality has endeared it to the world. A Yuletide treat not to be missed!

 

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3 Feb 2016 @ 7.30pm

COMEDY: Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden

Host of Live At The Apollo and star of Radio 4, the great Hal is back ranting about the real evils of the modern world - over sharing on social media and the 5:2 diet. The more he complains the funnier he gets. Book Early.

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17 Mar 2016 @ 7:30pm

COMEDY: Lucy Beaumont: We can't twerk it out


Following sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and London Soho Theatre, Lucy Beaumont makes an eagerly anticipated return to her home turf with her Fosters Comedy Award nominated show We Can Twerk It Out.

Spend an evening in Lucy's universe on the North-East coast with her unique blend of surreal, offbeat humour and big big belly laughs.

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