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  • 17 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Same Same…But Different' is a family show, mixing Kathak and contemporary dance, live music and physical storytelling, to create a playful and colourful world where we celebrate our individuality, diversity and the bonds which connect us all. Inspired by the well-known Anglo-Asian phrase 'same, same…but different', meaning 'Yes, something kind of similar, but not the exact same thing', three dancer-musicians conjure a magical atmosphere where we celebrate our individuality, diversity and the bonds which connect us all. 'Same Same…But Different' has been made by working in collaboration with primary schools and the children's creative ideas and lived experiences of being different and belonging have been brought into the show.

  • 17 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Same Same…But Different' is a family show, mixing Kathak and contemporary dance, live music and physical storytelling, to create a playful and colourful world where we celebrate our individuality, diversity and the bonds which connect us all. Inspired by the well-known Anglo-Asian phrase 'same, same…but different', meaning 'Yes, something kind of similar, but not the exact same thing', three dancer-musicians conjure a magical atmosphere where we celebrate our individuality, diversity and the bonds which connect us all. 'Same Same…But Different' has been made by working in collaboration with primary schools and the children's creative ideas and lived experiences of being different and belonging have been brought into the show.

  • 17 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    'Same Same…But Different' is a family show, mixing Kathak and contemporary dance, live music and physical storytelling, to create a playful and colourful world where we celebrate our individuality, diversity and the bonds which connect us all. Inspired by the well-known Anglo-Asian phrase 'same, same…but different', meaning 'Yes, something kind of similar, but not the exact same thing', three dancer-musicians conjure a magical atmosphere where we celebrate our individuality, diversity and the bonds which connect us all. 'Same Same…But Different' has been made by working in collaboration with primary schools and the children's creative ideas and lived experiences of being different and belonging have been brought into the show.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Ruby & Cedar is a new piece of writing from the imitable Fishhouse Theatre; women creating theatre about women, for everyone. The story follows two sisters as they return home for the annual visit, but sisterhood is soon eclipsed by sibling rivalry as old tensions come to the surface. This is a blackly comic tale about friendship, self-sacrifice and space, and would make a fantastic show to see as a family but the themes explored are likely to chime with anyone. Audiences of a certain age might even have memories of being woken up to watch the moon landings in 1969, just like Ruby.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Harbottle & Jonas are David Harbottle and Freya Jonas, husband and wife folk duo based in Devon. The duo combines the rich traditions of folk music with intertwined vocal harmonies, authentic musical arrangements with instruments such as the concertina, harmonium and banjo. Their new album ‘Sea is My Home’ released in February 2019 was called ‘fine contemporary folk music’ by Tom Robinson’s (BBC 6music). Well-travelled across the UK and abroad playing in venues from supermarkets to an 800-year-old church in North Friesland. Harbottle & Jonas have managed to establish themselves as versatile in venue, original in song and one of the most exciting folk duos around.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Ruby & Cedar is a new piece of writing from the imitable Fishhouse Theatre; women creating theatre about women, for everyone. The story follows two sisters as they return home for the annual visit, but sisterhood is soon eclipsed by sibling rivalry as old tensions come to the surface. This is a blackly comic tale about friendship, self-sacrifice and space, and would make a fantastic show to see as a family but the themes explored are likely to chime with anyone. Audiences of a certain age might even have memories of being woken up to watch the moon landings in 1969, just like Ruby.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Do you believe in ghosts? Over 30 years ago, director and performer Gareth Nicholl's family home was haunted by a rather playful poltergeist. Cupboard doors would open, Madonna records would spring into life in the wee small hours; the final straw, however, came when the family pack of Kit Kats disappeared… Using family heirlooms, iconic 80s toys, interviews, photographs and real-life home videos on stage, Gareth sets out to get to the bottom of this paranormal mystery; what was really going on? Inspired and fantastic fun to watch, this is both a hugely entertaining 'true' story of things that go bump in the night, and a wonderfully touching nostalgia trip to the 80s in all its really-totally-awesome 'good=bad' glory.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Harbottle & Jonas are David Harbottle and Freya Jonas, husband and wife folk duo based in Devon. The duo combines the rich traditions of folk music with intertwined vocal harmonies, authentic musical arrangements with instruments such as the concertina, harmonium and banjo. Their new album ‘Sea is My Home’ released in February 2019 was called ‘fine contemporary folk music’ by Tom Robinson’s (BBC 6music). Well-travelled across the UK and abroad playing in venues from supermarkets to an 800-year-old church in North Friesland. Harbottle & Jonas have managed to establish themselves as versatile in venue, original in song and one of the most exciting folk duos around.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Ruby & Cedar is a new piece of writing from the imitable Fishhouse Theatre; women creating theatre about women, for everyone. The story follows two sisters as they return home for the annual visit, but sisterhood is soon eclipsed by sibling rivalry as old tensions come to the surface. This is a blackly comic tale about friendship, self-sacrifice and space, and would make a fantastic show to see as a family but the themes explored are likely to chime with anyone. Audiences of a certain age might even have memories of being woken up to watch the moon landings in 1969, just like Ruby.

  • 23 April 2020 to 1 January 1900

    Do you believe in ghosts? Over 30 years ago, director and performer Gareth Nicholl's family home was haunted by a rather playful poltergeist. Cupboard doors would open, Madonna records would spring into life in the wee small hours; the final straw, however, came when the family pack of Kit Kats disappeared… Using family heirlooms, iconic 80s toys, interviews, photographs and real-life home videos on stage, Gareth sets out to get to the bottom of this paranormal mystery; what was really going on? Inspired and fantastic fun to watch, this is both a hugely entertaining 'true' story of things that go bump in the night, and a wonderfully touching nostalgia trip to the 80s in all its really-totally-awesome 'good=bad' glory.

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