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There's Someone Coming Through

There's Someone Coming Through

A unique North East theatrical production looks set to do for celebrity psychics what Alan Partridge did for radio presenters. There’s Someone Coming Through is an affectionate look at what happens to famous clairvoyants when the entity they most need to reach is the ghost of their own career. Neville Vaughan was a once-respected psychic, but a fall from grace has reduced him to backstreet gigs as he owes the taxman thousands, his ex-wife is taking him to the cleaners, and there's that whole saga with the Puerto Rican bell boy... Written by Sunderland playwright Lee Stewart, the production takes the form of an actual, semi-serious clairvoyancy evening and is not one to miss!


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Thursday 28 May 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Tales From Star City

Tales From Star City

Based on true events, and untold stories, these are the Tales from Star City.​  The Soviet Union. 1967. The Space Race is at its height. One woman, Polina Semyenova, is at the centre of it all. She is the listener. ​Hidden away in the pithily named ‘Closed Military Townlet No. 1’ (later to become the eponymous Star City), Polina looks back on her dreams of being part of the great Communist movement, during one of the most dramatic decades of the Cold War.​ Join Polina as she reaches for the stars, and journeys through some of the brightest and darkest moments of the Space Race. Tales from Star City is embarking on a national tour after a five star run at the Chiswick Playhouse in Spring 2018, and a transfer to the King’s Head Theatre in early 2019. It is Dan Dawes’ fourth play after Steel Tumbleweed, The Signalman, and Axolotl.

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Saturday 30 May 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Sunday 31 May 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Good Grief

Good Grief

A dying man’s wish; for Ugly Bucket to create a show about death. Will it be subtle? Will it be profound? Probably not. Ugly Bucket process the death of a friend in the only way they know how; through a high energy maelstrom of clowning, slapstick, verbatim, and thumping techno tracks. Good Grief is a paranormal physical performance of loss and the memories left behind, from the company that took NSDF 2019 by storm!


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Thursday 4 Jun 202019:30 Book Now

Bost Uni Plues

Bost Uni Plues

Everyone says that university is the best three years of your life! So what happens next? What happens when you still have questions, but everyone expects you to have all the answers? Based on the true experiences and stories told by graduates,  join three clowns as they leave the comfort of timetables,  deadlines, and student life behind and enter the real world. A world full of expectation, proper jobs, and council tax. The multi award winning Edinburgh Fringe sell-out hit Bost-Uni Plues comes to Durham, in an explosion of energy, honesty, dance, physical theatre, techno, and plain silliness that explores post-graduate life through the good, the bad and the ugly.


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Friday 5 Jun 202019:30 Book Now