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ACT Musical Theatre and Singing Shortcourse Showcase

Under the tutorage of Kate Cameron pupils who have been attending the recent Musical Theatre Short Course will perform a selection of songs from stage and screen.

FREE EVENT - But please book your free ticket in advance

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Losing It

by Peter Campling

28th & 29th June @ 8.00pm

Losing It explores the darker edges of our depleted education system and support services. The students are labeled as failing, but who is failing who?
 
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What Makes Me Tic?

By Hear our voice

12th - 13th July @ 7.30pm

What makes me Tic? Is an audience immersive theatre show that raises awareness to Tourette’s Syndrome. Using comedy and multi rolling techniques we see in to lives of individuals with the condition who have kindly shared their stories for this piece.

 
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Two

by Jim Cartwright

15th - 17th July @ 8.00pm

Set in a local northern pub - Two tells the story of the The Landlord and Landlady, their cheery greeting and friendly banter barely disguises their contempt for each other. They met outside the pub when they were kids and now they own the place. During the course of the evening assorted customers pass through, and we get a small snapshot into each of their lives.
 
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City 125 - The Club with No History

by Bill Cronshaw

18th & 20th October @ 7.30pm

Dreamshed Theatre is delighted to return to the Lantern Theatre with Bill Cronshaw’s new show which takes a romp through Manchester City’s history in this, City’s 125th anniversary year.

This revue-style show takes liberties with dry historical facts to track City’s journey to the Etihad.

 
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His Letters

By John Martin Stevens

19th October @ 7.30pm

Dreamshed Theatre

During the early years of the second world war two evacuees meet in a small Wiltshire town where a friendship and love affair begins that will last a lifetime.

When, sixty years later their love letters and other correspondence are rediscovered, it soon becomes clear that whilst war brought them together, peace could have torn them apart.

 
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