Category Archives: What’s On

Enter the Dragons is a riotous, surreal odyssey which explodes the myths about getting older. Dooley and Edwards present a comedic call to arms, marrying a wry exploration of the trials and tribulations of ageing with a delightfully dark surrealism as our protagonist embarks on a quest to halt the ageing process - or at...

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Sunday 24 November Corn Exchange 2pm (doors & bar 1.30pm) £8 / £6 members & concessions / £24 family ticket (max. 2 adults). Age: 6+

Expect deadly and risky fun as Javier Jarquin, otherwise branded as Card Ninja performs his extreme card-flicking stunts.

Using genuine playing cards, he dazzles audiences with displays of decks as weapons. Extreme...

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A welcome return for Gracefool Collective after a sold-out performance last autumn with This Really Is Too Much.

Expect to laugh, cry and shimmy along to the classics in this radical and apocalyptic reimagining of our most recognisable ceremonies, as four defiant brides attempt to please everyone and no one, boldly wading through the minefield of...

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Come in from the cold and enter into the Christmas spirit as a dark and spectral woman tells haunting tales of the festive season, lighting a candle to the frailties of human nature and illuminating the cold and chilling depths of the bleak, wintry dark…

In Christmas Gothic, Dyad Productions (Jane Eyre: An Autobiography and The...

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Wille & the Bandits are an energetic and soulful three piece in the vein of Cream or The Jimi Hendrix Experience, yet take their sound beyond what is expected of a traditional blues rock line up.

Rock legends such as Ian Paice, Joe Bonamassa and Francis Rossi have praised the band’s musicianship and their unique edge...

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Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Harriet Kemsley pulls her skirt out of her pants and shames slut shaming.

In a Cornell University study women rated fictional female peer, Joan, as emotionally unstable and less competent because she was sexually promiscuous.

If Joan wasn’t fictional her name would be Harriet Kemsley and in this...

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