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Next Round

Next Round

In a small town in the North East of England, a young working class woman is trying to find her place in the world without her Father. Steph’s Dad has just died, and it’s up to her best friends Ant and Harry to pull her through the worst year of her life.In a year of transition, three friends discover who they are, how to grieve and that growing up is realizing that no one knows how to be a grown up, all through the medium of a good old fashioned Pub Quiz.


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Presented as part of Onstage: Online

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Thursday 11 Jun 202018:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Life in Lockdown

Life in Lockdown

The documentary explores what it is like living during the Coronavirus pandemic, showing personal perspectives on the situation and how people are coping with the changes to their lives. From working at home to musical livestreams, the film reflects the atmosphere and challenges of living in this unprecedented time.


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Presented as part of Onstage: Online

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Thursday 11 Jun 202019:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Number Theory

Number Theory

It’s late. Evelyn has an exam in the morning. Luckily, Stella is here to keep her company, just like always – a companion since childhood, Stella is a reflection of Evelyn’s Generalised Anxiety Disorder. One night, an argument changes everything between them – things just can’t carry on like this anymore.


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Thursday 11 Jun 202020:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Child’s Pose

Child’s Pose

Durham graduates, Rosie Minnitt and Lily Edwards bring you Child’s Pose, an online plant-based sketch comedy show following the lives of two hopeless millennials as they try and navigate the world with nothing whatsoever to offer. Not for the faint-hearted, Child’s Pose has one rule: What happens in retrograde, stays in retrograde.


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Thursday 11 Jun 202021:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

The Boy & The Seahorse

The Boy & The Seahorse

A modern Northumbrian folktale, based on the last generation of Gas Lamplighters of the North East, the ‘Learies’. Set in the 1899 and with a strong sense of place, tradition and adventure, the play takes the audience on a journey through the history of the Learie, the austerity of the region and the impact of the Sir William Armstrong movement.


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Friday 12 Jun 202018:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

We’ll Have Nun Of It

We’ll Have Nun Of It

Shortlisted for the Charlie Hartill Award 2020. A contemporary, actor-musician driven musical which illustrates the nuanced experience of convent school life in 1967. With a score combining pop, soul and folk, this production exposes stories of Irish immigration, faith, sexuality and sisterhood.


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Presented as part of Onstage: Online

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Friday 12 Jun 202019:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Sugar-coated

Sugar-coated

How much do you know about contraception, sex, your body? How can you find what you do need to know? Who’s going to tell you? How do you know it’s right?


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Friday 12 Jun 202020:05 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Isolations

Isolations

Three voices, one mind, a single day. Three voices, three minds, a single day. How are we all connected? Are we separate or one? Do we feel the same, do we live the same, or are we different, existing in our private worlds? How do we interact in our individual isolations? Gary Kitching’s new play is a funny, poignant, haunting and moving account of how we live, and what is means to be human.


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Presented as part of Onstage: Online

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Saturday 13 Jun 202018:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Sondheim @ 90

Sondheim @ 90

Join NESST as we take you on a journey through the last 90 years exploring the life and music of Stephen Sondheim, the most important composer of musicals with an unequalled quality of lyrics and ingenious music. Hear songs like ‘Send In The Clowns’, ‘Not A Day Goes By’ and more!


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Saturday 13 Jun 202019:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Lost Connections

Lost Connections

Lost Connections is a cinematic display of a fusion of several physics’ performance arts, aiming to portray the universal human experience of the pursuit of pleasure and connection. Based on our sell-out show, this experimental film provides an intense visual spectacle of the final performance of a traveling circus troupe.

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Saturday 13 Jun 202020:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

PLAYlist

PLAYlist

What was that song? You know! That got you through the bike sheds, the divorce – lockdown week 5?


Well that’s what our PLAYlist is for! Those key parts of your life pulled apart and put back together. Full of musicality, love, life and a banging tune…maybe!


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Saturday 13 Jun 202021:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

A Midsummer Night’s Showcase

A Midsummer Night’s Showcase

Friends, Romans, countrymen: lend us your ears, Gather round the screen, and tell all your peers, The show must go on(line) and there’s magic in the air, Several Shakespearean scenes we will with you share. Enjoy Front Room Productions’ medley of Shakespeare scenes punctuated by musical interludes and original arrangements of familiar pop hits.


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Presented as part of Onstage: Online


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Sunday 14 Jun 202018:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Uniform

Uniform

Sandra’s clothes have always told her – and everyone else – who she is. But when she loses her job and doesn’t have a uniform to put on, she loses her way. How do you show your inside out when you don’t know what your inside is anymore?


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Sunday 14 Jun 202019:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Open Windows

Open Windows

Inspired by a real-world viral lockdown love story, Open Windows is a low budget, lo-fi technology driven short song cycle providing some light relief in these trying times. Through three vignettes, we see one relationship end, and the beginnings of a new one start to blossom digitally.


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Sunday 14 Jun 202020:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)

Woyzeck

Woyzeck

A nation wakes up from war, the lake sits stagnant and all the while a record spins. Franz Woyzeck, a young soldier, grapples with his fragmented mind as he sinks deeper and deeper below the surface of reality. Following critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and a national tour, Spies Like Us bring their multi award-winning hit straight to your home.


Available to view here for one full week after its premiere.

Presented as part of Onstage: Online

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Sunday 14 Jun 202021:00 Book Now (Not Open for Internet Sales)