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the crucible theater sells Public Dress Rehearsal tickets for £1 on the day of the show from 10am

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the crucible theater sells Public Dress Rehearsal tickets for £1 on the day of the show from 10am

Post  colin R on Wed Nov 20, 2013 9:42 pm

the crucible theater sells Public Dress Rehearsal tickets for £1 on the day of the show from 10am
you need to be in the que from 830am, to make sure you can get a seat you can only buy 4 tickets in person.

i will be in the que on the following days to pick up 4 tickets.

nov 29 friday 715pm oliver!

London 1853. A young orphan arrives on the streets of London with no friends, no money and nowhere to live. He meets a cheeky pickpocket who shows him a whole new way of life. But as chance would have it, Oliver stumbles upon a gentleman who might just hold the key to his mysterious past…

Following on from the huge success of My Fair Lady, Artistic Director Daniel Evans will direct Lionel Bart ’s sensational musical Oliver!, an exhilarating story about one boy’s survival against the odds. Packed full of joyful songs including Consider Yourself, You’ve Got To Pick A Pocket or Two, Oom-pah-pah! and the exuberant Food Glorious Food, this will be the theatrical highlight of your year.

feb 6 thursday 745pm afterplay.

Early 1920s. Moscow.

A chance meeting in a late night cafe between a concert violinist and a determined estate owner leads to a meeting of minds.

As they find a comfortable familiarity in each other, their stories unfold until the glow of their fantasies make way for reality.

Two of Chekhov’s characters: Sonya, Uncle Vanya’s dutiful niece and Andrey, the downtrodden intellectual brother of The Three Sisters, meet 20 years after their original plays were set to reclaim their own identities.

feb 13 thursday 730pm translations.

1833. Rural Ireland.

The British Army arrives to translate Gaelic place names into the King’s English. Farm girl Máire finds herself torn between the affections of the local school teacher and the love of a British soldier, between her native tongue and a new language, between the comfort of the world she knows and the excitement of foreign possibilities.

The resulting clash of cultures strikes at the heart of the community as they struggle to interpret a new language, and each other. What gets lost in translation?
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