On stage

A stunning season this autumn of comedy, theatre, music including Hollie McNish’s “bold and dynamic piece of accessible theatre” (The Stage) Antigone and this Christmas’s Oliver Twist!

On Stage Antigone
Today 7.30pm; Tomorrow 7.30pm; Sat 2pm, 7.30pm

Sophocles’ deadly masterpiece tears the family and the state apart in this urgent political drama. Adapted by Hollie McNish

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On Stage A Night in Sign
Sat 9.30pm
The Kitchen

A brilliant line-up of Deaf artists will take over the Storyhouse Kitchen in a fully accessible night of fantastic entertainment featuring music, poetry and comedy.

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On Stage David Suchet – Poirot and More, A Retrospective
Wed 2.30pm, 8pm
Storyhouse Theatre

A retrospective look at David Suchet’s career will have you witness some of his most beloved performances in a new and intimate light. Take your seat at this once-in-a-lifetime event, as we go behind the screen and curtain with a legend .

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On Stage Sarah Millican: Bobby Dazzler
Storyhouse Theatre

The hilarious Sarah Millican is back on tour with a Bobby Dazzler of a new stand-up show.

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On Stage Mark Thomas: 50 Things About Us
Storyhouse Theatre

Mark uses his trademark style of storytelling, stand-up, subversion and really, really, well researched material to try and find out how the hell we ended up in the middle of this sh*t show. 

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On Stage Luisa Omielan: God is a Woman
Storyhouse Theatre

Fresh from a successful Off-Broadway run, comedian Luisa Omielan tours the UK with her highly anticipated God is a Woman show.

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On Stage Agudo Dance Company: Carmen
Storyhouse Theatre

A dramatic adaptation of the classic novella set to an original Flamenco infused score. Carmen is a story about individuality, freedom, love and pleasure, and the belief that life is always valuable.

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On Stage Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny
Storyhouse Theatre

Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things.  Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love. 
But they’re just jokes – they are not the terrible things. 

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On Stage Omid Djalili: The Good Times Tour
Storyhouse Theatre

Multi award-winning comedian and actor Omid Djalili is now back where he belongs, on a stage and bringing back the Good Times. 

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On Stage Your Voices
The Kitchen

Your Voices is a celebration of both established and emerging local talent, and a chance for everyone to stay for a drink, talk to the writers and maybe buy a book too.

On Stage Susie Dent presents The Secret Lives of Words
Storyhouse Theatre

Take a journey into the curious, unexpected, and downright surreal origins of the words we use every day.

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On Stage The Midnight Library – A Panel Discussion
Garret Theatre

A fly-on-the-wall type event inspired by Matt Haig’s The Midnight Library with Emi Howe (Sociologist, Body Therapist and TEDx speaker), Leana Hughes (Councellor, major accident survivor), and Gregory Starbuck (Integrative Counsellor).

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On Stage Unlocked: Writing from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2020
The Kitchen

Join the contributors of Unlocked: Writing from the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2020 as they celebrate the launch of the Anthology with readings from the collection.

On Stage Black Girl Book Club – A Celebration
Garret Bar, Garret Theatre

Join Melissa Cummings-Quarry and Natalie A. Carter (Black Girls Book Club) in a Q&A that explores their writing process and all the events leading up to the release of their book – Grown: The Black Girls’ Guide to Glowing Up.

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On Stage Black Joy
The Kitchen

Love, literature, friendship, music, carnival, travel, dance, work, nature, food – Black Joy can be found in so many places.

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On Stage Childlessness in Literature
Garret Theatre

A panel discussion event on childlessness (not by choice) in literature. Hear from four guests talking about a book which could be factual, a memoir, or fiction.

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On Stage Healing in the Community and the Future of Activism
Storyhouse Theatre

Get up, get active and advocate! Now more than ever, the importance and critical role community plays has become apparent. With 2020 highlighting the long-standing issues of racial justice, this event will leave with you feeling reflective but ready to take action.

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On Stage Frontline Chat: Talking Cops & Comedy
Storyhouse Theatre

Join Britain’s Got Talent finalist Dave Wardell, the UK’s most famous Twitter cop Harry Tangye and internationally recognised comedian Arthur Smith for an evening of talking cops and comedy.

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On Stage Hidden Lives and the Journey to Becoming Our Authentic Selves
Garret Theatre

Body Positive Community Development Worker, Colin Avery talks to fellow members of Silver Rainbows on the theme of ‘What does it take to be your authentic self?’

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On Stage Austentatious – The Improvised Jane Austen Novel
Storyhouse Theatre

A cast of the country’s quickest comic performers conjures up a brand new ‘lost’ Jane Austen novel based on nothing more than a title suggested by the audience.

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