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October 2024

Rebus: A Game Called Malice

October 21st - October 26th

  Produced by Daniel Schumann, Lee Dean and Cambridge Arts Theatre. Rebus: A Game Called Malice by By Ian Rankin and Simon Reade Six characters in search of a solution… A splendid dinner party concludes with a game created by the hostess. A murder in a stately home needs to be solved. Suspects, clues and red herrings await. But the dinner-party guests have secrets of their own, threatened by the very game they are playing. And among them is Inspector…

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Never Let Me Go

October 29th - November 2nd

  Malvern Theatres, Rose Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, and Royal & Derngate, Northampton present You were brought into this world for a purpose. And your futures — all of them — have been decided. NEVER LET ME GO A play by Suzanne Heathcote Based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro Directed by Christopher Haydon Kazuo Ishiguro’s international best-selling novel arrives on stage in this world premiere of Suzanne Heathcote’s gripping new adapation. What if you discovered your whole reason for being…

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November 2024

Summer 1954

November 5th - November 9th

  Theatre Royal Bath Productions and Living Theatre Productions presents NATHANIEL PARKER and SIÂN PHILLIPS in TERENCE RATTIGAN'S SUMMER 1954 TABLE NUMBER SEVEN and THE BROWNING VERSION Directed by James Dacre Summer, 1954. The atmosphere at The Beauregard Private Hotel, Bournemouth is one of repressed emotions and post-war gentility. In this world of hushed conversations and quiet anonymity, an unlikely friendship develops between a repressed spinster and a retired Army officer. But when a newspaper threatens to reveal the Major’s…

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November 12th - November 16th

  Winter 1934 and an avalanche stops The Orient Express dead in its tracks. A murder. A train full of suspects. An impossible case. Trapped in the snow with a killer still on-board, can the world’s most famous detective, Hercule Poirot, crack the case before the train reaches its final destination? Murder on the Orient Express is one of Agatha Christie’s greatest literary achievements, with a final twist that is amongst her very best. Gripping, tense and masterfully cryptic, this…

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November 19th - November 23rd

  Original Theatre and JAS Theatricals in association with Joshua Beaumont & Huw Allen, Birdsong Productions and Wilshire Creative present Sebastian Faulks’s BIRDSONG Adapted by Rachel Wagstaff Directed by Alastair Whatley ★★★★★ ‘Riveting’ Telegraph There is nothing more than to love and be loved. Sebastian Faulks’s epic story of love and loss returns to the stage marking the 30th anniversary of the international best-selling novel. The critically acclaimed show returns in a brand-new production for 2024. Telling the story of…

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January 2025


14th January 2025 - 18th January 2025

  Dracula By Bram Stoker Adapted by Nick Lane The time is 1897. Mankind is on the cusp of vast technological change, scientific mastery and media innovation. Poised between traditional beliefs, the threat of the unknown and the shock of the new world, an altogether darker fear is emerging. As a new shadow looms large over England, a small group of young men and women, led by Professor Van Helsing, are plunged into an epic struggle for survival. Stretching from…

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April 2025

Notes From a Small Island

15th April 2025 - 19th April 2025

  Bill Bryson’s smash-hit memoir journeys to the stage in an acclaimed adaptation, starring national treasure Les Dennis. From Calais to the Highlands, Bill travels the length and breadth of Britain rediscovering the green and pleasant land he calls his home, but how can the nation that produced Marmite and Gardener’s Question Time hold such a special place in this American’s heart? NOTES FROM A SMALL ISLAND spent three years in The Sunday Times bestseller list, selling over two million copies, and was voted…

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