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The Good, The Bad and The Revue

The Good, The Bad and The Revue

Join award-winning sketch comedy troupe, The Durham Revue, as they venture into the Wild West in search of ‘The Comedy Gold’. Will they find it? Probably not. But with an hour of outrageous and original sketches to be enjoyed along the way, you don’t want to miss it.

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Tuesday 28 Jan 202020:00 Book Now (Sold Out)

Durham Drama - Scratch Night

Durham Drama - Scratch Night

For over 40 years, Durham Drama Festival (DDF) has showcased some of the best theatrical student talent the country has to offer, winning awards in Durham and nationally. It’s an entire week of theatre that is written, produced, directed, performed and organized by students. Scratch Night presents: Tidal Waves, by Eliza Jones, Where the Sea is Pink, by Isabelle Bull, I Don't, by Jenny Pavitt , and This Little Boy and his Elephant of a Brother by Charlie Nicholson.

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Sunday 2 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Durham Drama Festival 2

Durham Drama Festival 2

For over 40 years, Durham Drama Festival (DDF) has showcased some of the best theatrical student talent the country has to offer, winning awards in Durham and nationally. It’s an entire week of theatre that is written, produced, directed, performed and organized by students. General Programme 2 presents: Number Theory by Imogen Usherwood, Tourists, by Elliot Ancona, and The Landlord's Arms by Charles Edward Pipe.

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Wednesday 5 Feb 202014:00 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 7 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 8 Feb 202014:00 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Durham Drama Festival 3

Durham Drama Festival 3

For over 40 years, Durham Drama Festival (DDF) has showcased some of the best theatrical student talent the country has to offer, winning awards in Durham and nationally. It’s an entire week of theatre that is written, produced, directed, performed and organized by students. General Programme 3 presents: He Never Married, by Kane Taylor,  Lungbarrow's Insomnia, by Aidas Zvirblis, and Green Alert or: How I Learned to Face my Fears and Stop Delaying the Inevitable, by Ryan King.

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Wednesday 5 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 7 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 8 Feb 202014:05 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Durham Drama Festival 1

Durham Drama Festival 1

For over 40 years, Durham Drama Festival (DDF) has showcased some of the best theatrical student talent the country has to offer, winning awards in Durham and nationally. It’s an entire week of theatre that is written, produced, directed, performed and organized by students. General Programme 1 presents: Implosion by Isobel Flower, Laika by Aliya Gilmore, and Fishbowl by Lowri Mathias.

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Thursday 6 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 7 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 8 Feb 202014:00 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Measure For Measure

Measure For Measure

In the high-powered world of Vienna, Angelo begins to enact a reign of terror and brutality. Can Isabella prevent his atrocities without sacrificing her soul? A modern twist on one of  Shakespeare's most famous problem plays, Measure For Measure explores the shockingly familar story of blackmail, social unrest and the imbalance of power.


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Thursday 13 Feb 202019:30 Book Now
Friday 14 Feb 202019:30 Book Now
Saturday 15 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Lost Connections

Lost Connections

A fusion of several physical performance arts, Lost Connections aims to portray universal human strategies for the pursuit of pleasure, desires, and connections. It is character-driven play that follows the lives of a travelling circus troupe and is a visually striking show in which stories unfold through the language of the body, may that be dance, acrobatics, or pantomime.

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Friday 14 Feb 202019:30 Book Now
Saturday 15 Feb 202019:30 Book Now
Sunday 16 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Don't Bother

Don't Bother

A stand-up poetry show about dead rabbits, chocolate and nostalgia.

Multi-award winning performance poet and alumnus of the Durham Revue, Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin presents a semi-coherent exploration of nothing in particular using some words that rhyme and some more that don't. Blending surreal humour with storytelling and spoken word, 'Don't Bother' is a unique hour of comedy that is not to be missed.


Bróccán is a comedian and poet from Hartlepool. He is the winner of the Manchester Slam 2018 and the Huddersfield Literature Festival Slam 2019. He was runner up in the Manchester Champion of Champions Slam and a Hammer and Tongue National Finalist 2019.


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Sunday 16 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Going Postal

Going Postal

Moist von Lipwig is a con artist, a fraud, and a man faced with a life choice: be hanged or get Ankh-Morpork’s ailing postal service back up and running. Whatever happens, through lightning or fire, the mail must get through. Ooook! Productions present their annual Pratchett spectacular. Going Postal, is sure to be an enjoyable evening of fantasy and fun.


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Thursday 20 Feb 202019:30 Book Now
Friday 21 Feb 202019:30 Book Now
Saturday 22 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

We'll Have Nun of It

We'll Have Nun of It

After its sell out, five star run in July, Finola Southgate’s original musical ‘We’ll Have Nun of It’ returns to Durham’s Assembly Rooms Theatre after a series of development workshops.

Through a melange of choral, pop and soul music, We’ll Have Nun of It follows four convent school students as they navigate growing up in the restrained and confusing world of 1967. Based on personal experiences, the production seeks to bring to life real stories of Irish immigration, faith, homosexuality and sisterhood.

'Don’t miss this ‘beautiful, touching experience’ (Palatinate)

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Sunday 23 Feb 202014:30 Book Now
Sunday 23 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Eugene Onegin

Eugene Onegin

Eugene Onegin, originally set in 1820s St Petersburg and its surrounding countryside, follows the story of a selfish hero who lives to regret his rejection of a young woman’s love and his careless incitement of a fatal duel with his best friend. Adopted from Pushkin's  novel-in-verse, this Tchaikovsky masterpiece (in translation) is a stunning example of lyric opera.



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Thursday 27 Feb 202019:30 Book Now

Grease

Grease

It's 1959, and the T-Birds and Pink Ladies are ready for their senior year at Rydell High School. During the summer vacation, greaser Danny Zuko fell for Sandy Dumbrowski in a whirlwind romance that neither of them thought would last. When they unexpectedly discover they're now attending the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their relationship or is Danny more worried about maintaining his tough-guy reputation?

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Thursday 27 Feb 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)