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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.
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?
Peculiar customers, endless variations of drinks, confusing business practices and more. Much more. The highs and lows and boredom of barista life made bearable by someone with years of unfortunate insider knowledge. Come caffinate yourself with these tales. It'll be fun.
As one of history’s best-loved comedies, Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night has got it all! Love triangles, mistaken identity, sword fights (or not), demonic possession, yellow stockings! The young lady Viola has been shipwrecked on the land of Illyria, where she must assume the identity of a man to survive - accidental romances ensue! Meanwhile, the house of Lady Olivia is turned upside down by the festival, where servants run amok, prank letters are penned, and fools become wise men (for wise men become fools)...
The Foodbank sits like a war bunker; an abandoned city of tins and boxes trapped in a ceaseless cycle of poverty. In the past, lords would give tiny amounts to the starving poor as acts of “charity”. Power was disguised under the veil of charity. The alms-giving parish of old is replaced by the modern Foodbank, the church of the modern day. The Oxfordshire Rising is relived, and the tins are out of date.
Join performers from Durham University alongside RTProjects for an evening of entertainment and a celebration of life. Performed in aid of raising money for suicide prevention in the North East. Acts to be annouced soon...
KEITH. are back, and there are no half measures. Their attack on the Fringe begins at Babylon with their biggest show of all-time: one night, fifty-five sketches, three hundred people. There's never been more at stake as KEITH's no-nonsense, uncompromising comedy hits the big time.