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Hostage

Hostage

Summer is an addict. She's always been an addict. She has a new obsession and as she watches herself in her memories, she questions who is to blame and just how sick she has to become to stop pretending.


“Sometimes I just wish I could float away into my dreams and live there... I don’t want to feel trapped anymore, I don’t want to feel empty”. Through the eyes of a girl at 15 and a woman at 25, 'Hostage' written by Francesca Haydon-White, is a fresh exploration of friendship, health and addiction.

A show not to be missed."


Staged in the Assembly Rooms Theatre

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Friday 6 Nov 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 7 Nov 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Classical Acting Showcase

Classical Acting Showcase

DUCT's annual Classical Acting Showcase presents to you some of the best acting talent in Durham, performing an innovative set of monologues from a variety of classical plays.


Every year, DUCT present a series of classical monologues performed by finalists selected from the accomplished pool of talent in DST. This is a fantastic introduction to the range and ability we have on offer at Durham, showcasing students' capacity for both classical and innovative theatre. Our finalists choose their own pieces to perform for a panel of guest judges from the industry. The panel will then decide on this year's Classical Acting Showcase winner!


Staged in the Assembly Rooms Theatre


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Friday 6 Nov 202021:45 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)

Dear Elizabeth

Dear Elizabeth

Compiling over 800 pages of letters between poets Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop, Sarah Ruhl maps their complex relationship and reveals the beauty and chaos that comes from words on a page.


“Asking you is the ‘might have been’ for me, the one towering change, the other life that might have been had. But I am sure it is the will of the heavens that all is as it is.” Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell were two of America’s most brilliant poets. Throughout their lifetime, they wrote over 800 pages of letters to eachother, spanning decades, continents, political eras and tumultuous periods in their own lives. Their connection was messy and profound, platonic yet romantic, intense and intangible. A love that resists easy definition. These are their words – 400 letters, compiled and compressed by award-winning playwright, Sarah Ruhl.


Staged in the Assembly Rooms Theatre

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Thursday 12 Nov 202019:30 Book Now (Not Open for Sale)