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  • Grace Under Pressure

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    21 May - 22 May 2021
    Lennox Theatre
    Ranging from dark humour to heartbreak, the stories within Grace Under Pressure will leave no audience member unaffected. Beautifully staged and disarmingly performed this is a truly unique theatre experience.
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    Grace Under Pressure

    21 May - 22 May 2021
    Lennox Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    Ranging from dark humour to heartbreak, the stories within Grace Under Pressure will leave no audience member unaffected. Beautifully staged and disarmingly performed this is a truly unique theatre experience.
  • The Tempest: Performance & Symposium

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    19 May - 28 May 2021
    Riverside Theatre
    Sport for Jove’s exceptional 100-minute production of The Tempest returns to the stage in 2021, adored by teachers and students over three seasons. 
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    The Tempest: Performance & Symposium

    19 May - 28 May 2021
    Riverside Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    Sport for Jove’s exceptional 100-minute production of The Tempest returns to the stage in 2021, adored by teachers and students over three seasons. 
  • Six Minutes to Midnight

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    21 May - 23 May 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    In the summer of 1939, school teacher Thomas Miller (Eddie Izzard) takes a last minute role teaching English at the Augusta-Victoria College, Bexhill-on-Sea, a finishing school on the south coast of England. Despite the political storm clouds forming across Europe, daughters of influential families in Nazi Germany learn deportment, Shakespeare and how to be faithful members of Hitler’s League of German Girls.
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    Six Minutes to Midnight

    21 May - 23 May 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    In the summer of 1939, school teacher Thomas Miller (Eddie Izzard) takes a last minute role teaching English at the Augusta-Victoria College, Bexhill-on-Sea, a finishing school on the south coast of England. Despite the political storm clouds forming across Europe, daughters of influential families in Nazi Germany learn deportment, Shakespeare and how to be faithful members of Hitler’s League of German Girls.

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