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  • 5 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Man and boy, Jeeves, I have been in some tough spots in my time, but this one wins the mottled oyster.' Channelling the style of the brilliantly funny spoofs The 39 Steps and The Play That Goes Wrong, this joyous and anarchic Olivier award-winning reimagining of classic P.G. Wodehouse - by 'one of Britain's best small theatres' (The Telegraph) - is ideal for lovers of farce and fast-paced comedy-theatre. Three superb actors hurl themselves from character to character as they race to tell of the rather spectacular misadventures of aristocratic man-about-town Bertie Wooster (and his unflappable valet, Jeeves). Wonderful nonsense, wonderful escapism.

  • 5 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Manchester's prodigious folk foursome brings sizable skills, gorgeous three-part harmonies and endlessly inventive arrangements to their fiery and virtuosic brand of folk-fusion. Interweaving traditional folk (and simply stunning clog dancing) with a wide range of influences from jazz to chamber music to Americana to Latin, they create a rich and distinctive tapestry of sound, from the sublimely wistful to the irresistibly dynamic. Thoroughly delightful

  • 5 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Man and boy, Jeeves, I have been in some tough spots in my time, but this one wins the mottled oyster.' Channelling the style of the brilliantly funny spoofs The 39 Steps and The Play That Goes Wrong, this joyous and anarchic Olivier award-winning reimagining of classic P.G. Wodehouse - by 'one of Britain's best small theatres' (The Telegraph) - is ideal for lovers of farce and fast-paced comedy-theatre. Three superb actors hurl themselves from character to character as they race to tell of the rather spectacular misadventures of aristocratic man-about-town Bertie Wooster (and his unflappable valet, Jeeves). Wonderful nonsense, wonderful escapism.

  • 5 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Manchester's prodigious folk foursome brings sizable skills, gorgeous three-part harmonies and endlessly inventive arrangements to their fiery and virtuosic brand of folk-fusion. Interweaving traditional folk (and simply stunning clog dancing) with a wide range of influences from jazz to chamber music to Americana to Latin, they create a rich and distinctive tapestry of sound, from the sublimely wistful to the irresistibly dynamic. Thoroughly delightful

  • 7 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Every day, from here to there, funny things are everywhere.' Dr Seuss Inspired by the original quirk merchant Dr Seuss, Garlic Theatre has cooked up an eggcentric family puppet show all about 'Eggs on Legs'. These aren't your common or garden poultry products, however; they've leapt from the frying pan into a magical world where an enormous egg has been blown into their tree. What secrets are hidden inside, and can they save it from the jaws of a slithery snake? Scrambling together rib-tickling tunes and funny and inspiring puppets with gentle clowning and side-splitting silliness, Garlic Theatre conjure a warmhearted, poetic story which would crack even the hardest of shells.

  • 7 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Every day, from here to there, funny things are everywhere.' Dr Seuss Inspired by the original quirk merchant Dr Seuss, Garlic Theatre has cooked up an eggcentric family puppet show all about 'Eggs on Legs'. These aren't your common or garden poultry products, however; they've leapt from the frying pan into a magical world where an enormous egg has been blown into their tree. What secrets are hidden inside, and can they save it from the jaws of a slithery snake? Scrambling together rib-tickling tunes and funny and inspiring puppets with gentle clowning and side-splitting silliness, Garlic Theatre conjure a warmhearted, poetic story which would crack even the hardest of shells.

  • 10 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    The 'seriously funny' (Sunday Mirror) comic, poet and psychiatric nurse Rob Gee strikes storytelling gold with his smart, dark and very witty comedy-theatre crime show set on a dementia ward. Jim's wife has died from what appears to be natural causes. Jim is a retired police detective and he smells a rat. He's determined to solve one last murder. The problem is he also has dementia. It's a case worthy of the greatest detective mind. But his will have to do. By turns hilarious comedy and thought-provoking drama, this is a one-man triumph; part social commentary, part black comedy, part Cluedo and 100 per cent entertaining.

  • 10 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    The 'seriously funny' (Sunday Mirror) comic, poet and psychiatric nurse Rob Gee strikes storytelling gold with his smart, dark and very witty comedy-theatre crime show set on a dementia ward. Jim's wife has died from what appears to be natural causes. Jim is a retired police detective and he smells a rat. He's determined to solve one last murder. The problem is he also has dementia. It's a case worthy of the greatest detective mind. But his will have to do. By turns hilarious comedy and thought-provoking drama, this is a one-man triumph; part social commentary, part black comedy, part Cluedo and 100 per cent entertaining.

  • 12 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Mumbo-Jumbo present 'No Hit Wonders' with musicians Oliver Carpenter, Chris Lomas and Phil Bond. They play nine instruments between them, create complex tight harmonies and some great songs despite the title! If that's not enough… everyone gets a kazoo! Expect to hear: the song that nearly made it to the Eurovision Song Contest; the song written for the Mavericks but in the end they didn't record it; the reasons why they are twice nominated in the British Blues Awards but are yet to win one and dependent on the season, the four new Christmas singles yet to set the seasonal airwaves on fire.

  • 12 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Mumbo-Jumbo present 'No Hit Wonders' with musicians Oliver Carpenter, Chris Lomas and Phil Bond. They play nine instruments between them, create complex tight harmonies and some great songs despite the title! If that's not enough… everyone gets a kazoo! Expect to hear: the song that nearly made it to the Eurovision Song Contest; the song written for the Mavericks but in the end they didn't record it; the reasons why they are twice nominated in the British Blues Awards but are yet to win one and dependent on the season, the four new Christmas singles yet to set the seasonal airwaves on fire.

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