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Doctor Who!

Doctor Who!

Ooook! returns with its annual 'sitcom'. This year its Dr Who adapted by Harry Threapleton. The Doctor and Donna are investigating Adipose Industries and its mysterious weight loss pills, comically missing each other at every turn. They must work together to stop the Racnoss and her army of robot Santas.


Donna Noble’s life changed forever the day she met the Doctor. Years ago, on what was meant to be her wedding day, she found herself teleported into his Tardis (a bigger on the inside police box that can travel through time and space) and found herself in a battle against a creature from another world.


But then the pair parted ways and life went back to normal. Determined to do good in the world and hopeful to find the Doctor again, Donna investigates Adipose Industries and their supposedly miraculous weight loss pills. Little does she know that the Doctor is there also, and that the pair of them will have to contend with an all new, much cuter threat.


Adapted from the hilarious episodes “The Runaway Bride” and “Partners In Crime”, this play is a non-stop rollercoaster of energy, thrills and fun that traverses time and space.


Content Warnings: flashing lights/ diet culture/ sexual references/ references to and depictions of violence/ audience interaction/ arachnophobia


Tickets:    

£7 Standard    

£6.50 Concession

£6 DST Members  


This event takes place at Sir Thomas Allen Assembly Rooms Theatre


Doors will open at 7pm (2pm), the Show will start at 7.30pm (2:30pm) and finish approximately at 10pm (5pm), including a 20-minute interval

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Much Ado about Nothing

Much Ado about Nothing

The Snow-Globe is delighted to present our summer production, William Shakespeare’s uproarious comedy 'Much Ado About Nothing'.


Set in Messina, the play follows two pairs of lovers, who each face trickery and malicious schemes which threaten to derail their relationships. The wit and banter between characters makes this classic romantic comedy a delightfully amusing watch.


Content Warnings: Violence / Misogyny / Antisemitism

 

£7 Standard    

£6 Concession

£5 DST Members  


This event takes place at Mount Oswald Hub Hall,  John Snow College DH1 3FR


Doors will open at 6pm (matinee 2pm), the play will start at 6.30pm (matinee 2.30pm) and finish approximately at 8.50pm (matinee 4.50pm), including a 20-minute interval

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Beethoven's 5th Symphony

Beethoven's 5th Symphony

Durham University Orchestral Society is delighted to present 'Beethoven's 5th Symphony' performed by one of Durham's most elite chamber orchestras in Durham Town Hall, alongside Prokofiev's 'Peter and the Wolf'.


Hosted in the atmospheric Durham Town Hall, Durham University Orchestral Society is delighted to present 'Beethoven's Fifth Symphony', performed by one of Durham's leading chamber orchestras. The programme boasts an exciting and renowned compilation of repertoire, featuring Beethoven's 'Egmont' and the 'symphonic tale for children', 'Peter and the Wolf' by Sergei Prokofiev. Complementing the symphony orchestras performance, 'Beethoven's 9th Symphony', held on 14th June in Durham Cathedral, this performance will celebrate Beethoven and Prokofiev's success as two of the most prolific composers within musical history.


Tickets:    

£16 Standard    

£12 Concession

£9 DSM Members  


This event takes place at Durham Town Hall DH1 3NJ


Doors will open at 7pm, the Show will start at 7.30pm and finish approximately at 9pm

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Saturday 15 Jun 202419:30 Book Now

Cassandra

Cassandra

An adaptation of Euripides' Trojan Women, follow Cassandra, mad prophetess of Troy, as she takes you through her past, present and future, and shines a light on the often forgotten women of the Trojan War.


An adaptation of Euripides' Trojan Women, Polloi Productions is proud to present a student-written play, where we follow Cassandra, mad prophetess of Troy through her past, present, and future, all while shining a light on the forgotten and oft villainised women of the Trojan War. Perfect for fans of Madeline Miller and Natalie Hayes, come see this feminist retelling of women often smeared by history.


Content Warnings: Sexual Assault/ Strong Language/ Death/ Misogyny/ References to War

Please note that this play is not suitable for under 16s.

 

£5 Standard    

£4.50 Concession

£4 DST Members 


This event takes place at Merryoaks Community Hall, Durham DH1 3QF


Doors will open at 7pm, the Show will start at 7.30pm and finish approximately at 8.45pm

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Saturday 15 Jun 202419:30 Book Now

Shrek the Musical

Shrek the Musical

TCMS presents our annual show: Shrek the Musical. Set in a mythical “once upon a time”, Shrek the Musical tells the story of the green ogre everyone knows and loves.


After being mocked his entire life by anything that crosses his path, Shrek retreats to an ugly green swamp to exist in happy isolation. When a gang of fairy-tale characters invade his sanctuary after being evicted by the evil, vertically challenged Lord Farquaad, Shrek strikes a deal: he’ll get their homes back if they leave him alone! And so, Shrek sets off on his quest, where he meets a yapping donkey, and rescues a princess - Fiona. But before he can get home, he finds out that the princess isn't quite how she first appeared.


£8.50 Standard    

£7.50 Concession

£7 DST Members  

£6 Trevelyan Student


This event takes place at Sir James Knott Hall, Trevelyan College


Doors will open at 7pm, the Concert will start at 7:30pm and finish approximately at 9:50pm, including a 20-minute interval

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Saturday 15 Jun 202419:30 Book Now