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And Then They Came For Me

And Then They Came For Me

This poignant and thought-provoking production is part oral history, part dramatic action and part remembrance. It brings to life what happened after The Diary of Anne Frank ends. Combining videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Eva Geiringer Schloss and Ed Silverberg, live actors recreate scenes from their lives as teenagers during WW ll.

Friday 25 Jan 20198:00pm Book Now
Shivers by Adam Robinson (Little Mighty)

Shivers by Adam Robinson (Little Mighty)

A trio of delightfully thrilling new ghost stories, set to the haunting sounds of the violin. Shivers contains within it some of the most chilling tales ever told. Supernatural mysteries stir from its pages. You feel a prickle on your neck. Your blood stills. A monstrous thing creeps in the shadows. Is it all in your mind? A trick of the light? Or something far more sinister? One thing is for certain: these stories will give you shivers.


A co-production between Harrogate Theatre, Square Chapel Arts Centre and Little-Mighty.

Sunday 27 Jan 20198:00pm Book Now
Ethel Smyth: Grasp The Nettle

Ethel Smyth: Grasp The Nettle

This new play, performed with musical accompaniment by contralto and actress Lucy Stevens, follows her triumphant appearance last year as Kathleen Ferrier's in Whattalife! Lucy returns to shine a light on the extraordinary life and music of Dame Ethel Smyth: composer, writer and suffragette. She was the living embodiment of the passion with which Victorian women challenged the "male machine” and the first female composer to have her work performed at both Covent Garden and the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Neither opera house featured work by a woman composer for more than a century afterwards…

Friday 15 Feb 20198:00pm Book Now
Rouse, Ye Women

Rouse, Ye Women

Through rousing traditional songs and moving ballads, Townsend Theatre Productions reveals the plight of the woman chainmakers of Cradley Heath.  In 1910, they stood up for their right to earn a living wage, led by the founder of the National Federation of Women Workers, Mary Macarthur. Their ten week strike more than doubled their earnings and successfully established the right to a minimum wage. A welcome return for Townsend Productions (We Are The Lions Mr Manager; The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists).

Wednesday 20 Feb 20198:00pm Book Now
In Loyal Company

In Loyal Company

The incredible true story of missing World War II soldier and prisoner of War Arthur Robinson, written and performed by his great-nephew, David William Bryan.


May 1941. Hitler’s bombs rain on Liverpool.  Arthur leaves his job as a packer and joins up, becoming a Private in the 18th reconnaissance division. Deployed to Singapore, his ship is destroyed by Japanese dive bombers on arrival. Arthur is declared missing...

Friday 8 Mar 20198:00pm Book Now
DYT Senior Co.: Chaos

DYT Senior Co.: Chaos

A girl is locked in a room. A boy brings another boy flowers. A girl has tied herself to a railing. A boy doesn’t know who he is. A girl worries about impending catastrophe. A woman jumps in front of a train. A boy’s heart falls out his chest. A butterfly has a broken wing.

Chaos is a symphony of dislocated and interconnected scenes. A series of characters search for meaning in a complicated and unstable world. Bouncing through physics, the cosmos, love and violence, they find order in the disorder of each other.

Thursday 14 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now
Friday 15 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now
Shylock: Rhodri Miles

Shylock: Rhodri Miles

Rhodri Miles (Game of Thrones; Burton; Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon) performs Shylock, the latest in his series of masterful one-man shows. Is Shylock, the Jewish money lender from the Merchant of Venice, a villain or a victim? Gareth Armstrong's powerful drama challenges these stereotypes through the eyes of Shylock's only friend - and the only other Jew in all of Shakespeare's work – Tubal. Come and celebrate Shakespeare's unique and rich language in this intimate, magical and humorous treatment of Shylock and his people.

Wednesday 3 Apr 20198:00pm Book Now
The Long Walk Back

The Long Walk Back

The epic story of an international sporting star’s catastrophic fall from grace, by Dougie Blaxland - produced by RoughHouse Theatre and Live Wire Theatre. Followed by a Q&A session with Chris Lewis and RoughHouse Theatre Director Shane Morgan.

Sunday 14 Apr 20197:00pm Book Now