THE WEDDING | 6 – 8 Feb 2020

BA World Performance present:

Written by Elias Canetti.
Translated by Mariana Aristizabal.
Adapted and directed by Gianluca Barbadori.

Marriage: A social dimension in which all people have ties of excessive attraction or repulsion and express them continuously, behind their backs or in the face.
A play on the paucity of human relations by the Nobel prize winner Elias Canetti. 12+

TICKETS: £10 Full | £6 Concession

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OUR TOWN | 13 – 15 Feb 2020

BA World Performance present:

Written by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Montserrat Gili.

“Does anyone ever realise life while they live it…every, every minute?” Our Town is the iconic, Pulitzer winning play by American playwright Thornton Wilder and tells the story of
Grover’s Corners, a typical small American town. The play follows the simultaneously remarkable and quotidian lives of its inhabitants over twelve years from 1901 to 1913. It is
a play about community and about life…important, ordinary, and fleeting: nothing else…nothing more.

Thursday 13 February @ 7.30pm
Friday 14 February @7.30pm
Saturday 15 February @ 2.30pm & 7.30pm

TICKETS: £10 Full | £6 Concession

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#THEMARKET | 12 – 14 March 2020

BA Acting & Community Theatre present:

Written & directed by Rebecca Tortora.

In a shopping channel world of alternative facts The Market can fulfil your wildest dreams. It’s always growing, it’s power is all knowing and it will save you. Bring your woes to the altar of the shopping mall and the market will provide.

But who suffers for your dreams? What happens when the market fails? Who lies beneath the collagen smile? What is at the top of the ultimate pyramid scheme?

Thursday 12 March @ 7.30pm
Friday 13 March @ 7.30pm
Saturday 14 March @ 2.30pm & 7.30pm

TICKETS: £10 Full | £6 Concession

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O’TOOLE’S MACBETH | 19 – 21 March 2020

BA Acting & Stage Combat present:

A tragicomedy by Tom Mallaburn.

“Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats. Tonight’s performance of the worst production of Macbeth in the history of theatre is about to begin…”

Peter O’Toole’s infamous production of Macbeth at London’s Old Vic in 1980 has gone down in theatre legend as the worst production of Shakespeare’s great tragedy ever. Possibly the worst production of anything. Anywhere. But the reasons why such a disaster was allowed to unfold are almost as ludicrous as the disaster itself. Inspired by this true story, O’Toole’s Macbeth is a new comedy which combines fact, fantasy, Shakespeare and slapstick.

Thursday 19 March @ 7.30pm
Friday 20 March @ 7.30pm
Saturday 21 March @ 2.30pm & 7.30pm

TICKETS: £10 Full | £6 Concession

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CAFE GRANDE | 26 – 28 March 2020

BA Physical Theatre present:

Devised by the Company. Directorial support from Simon Hunt.

The Company that brought you the anarchic ‘Mayhem’ return with this eclectic medley, a collection of self-created solo, duet and ensemble performances that explore touching, beautiful and hilarious stories, all told in their unique styles of word, mime, physical theatre, circus and more!

Thursday 26 March @ 7.30pm
Friday 27 March @ 7.30pm
Saturday 28 March @ 2.30pm & 7.30pm

TICKETS: £10 Full | £6 Concession

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