Young Storyhouse Card Hub

Young Storyhouse Card Hub

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Welcome to the Young Storyhouse Card member’s area, a new space that we’ve created especially for our young members. Here you will find the latest offers that are available to you, exclusive members-only articles, as well as recommendations of shows we think you’ll love!

Young Storyhouse Card discounts

As a Young Storyhouse Card member, you’ll get access to a range of discounts on theatre tickets. PLUS, remember, you also get £5 tickets for all cinema screenings and 15% off food and drink.

50% off food and drink

This is a special offer for members of Young Storyhouse Card.   The offer will run from Monday 12 September…

On Stage Luke Wright’s Late Night Dance Floor Fillers (poems)
The Kitchen

Luke Wright offers a second, late night show, where he will serve up banger after banger in a more intimate venue. This is rock’n’roll poetry at its visceral, inventive best.

On Stage Celebrating Black British Poetry: Dean Atta and Kayo Chingonyi
Garret Theatre

Dubbed the iPhone poet, Dean Atta and Dylan Thomas prize winner Kayo Chingonyi come together to discuss their individual works alongside More Fiya: A New Collection of Black British Poetry, edited by Chingonyi.

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On Stage Cocktails and Cinquains
The Kitchen

What makes a good cocktail? What on earth is a cinquain? And why have we put the two together? If you join us for a night of boisterous beverages and punchy poetry, you might just find out.

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On Stage DREAM – Ballet Cymru
Storyhouse Theatre

Working with Award-Winning instrumentalist and composer Frank Moon, Ballet Cymru have created a magical, gender bending world of fairies, lovers, and bewitching enchantment.

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On Stage The Time Traveller’s Wife: a new musical
Storyhouse Theatre

The Time Traveller’s Wife will have a world premiere at Storyhouse before moving to the West End. This incredible theatrical…

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On Stage The Snow Queen
Storyhouse Theatre

The eternally beautiful story of childhood friends, Gerda and Cei, torn apart by dark temptation and reunited by the force…

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On Stage Ginny Lemon & Sister Sister: You Keep Me Hangin’ On Tour
Storyhouse Theatre

Breakout stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2 (and the two most despised queens), Ginny Lemon & Sister Sister are trying to bring you the most disappointing drag show you’ve ever seen! 

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Exclusive members news

Meet Andy, Technical Manager at Storyhouse!

Tell us a bit about yourself? I am the Technical Manager here at Storyhouse, and have been here since before…

Storyhouse’s Young Programmers present: The Sherman Brothers’ Season

Their music has delighted and bewitched generations of young cinema lovers. And now the genius of the Sherman Brothers is…

Meet Grace Lindsay-Austin, Service Supervisor

Tell us a bit about yourself? I hold the position of Service Supervisor at Storyhouse. I started working here when…

A Work in Progress

Samantha Mcilwaine shares the story of how her idea for a new event for local writers has become a reality….

We think you’ll love

The Time Traveller’s Wife – a new musical to have world premiere at Storyhouse

THE TIME TRAVELLER’S WIFE: THE MUSICAL WITH MUSIC & LYRICS BY JOSS STONE & DAVE STEWART & BOOK BY LAUREN…

Festival Chester Literature Festival 2022
Storyhouse

Storyhouse’s annual festival of words and ideas returns this coming autumn.

On Stage Ginny Lemon & Sister Sister: You Keep Me Hangin’ On Tour
Storyhouse Theatre

Breakout stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2 (and the two most despised queens), Ginny Lemon & Sister Sister are trying to bring you the most disappointing drag show you’ve ever seen! 

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Cinema See How They Run (12A)
Tomorrow 11am; Tue 1.15pm; Wed 1.15pm

1 hr 38 | AD | In the West End of 1950s London, plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play come to an abrupt halt after the film’s Hollywood director is murdered.

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Cinema Ticket to Paradise (12A)

1 hr 40 | A divorced couple  decide to team up and travel to Bali to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they think they did, 25 years ago.

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