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Arts 39Steps-Web-Banner
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This ‘The 39 Steps’ is a funny, good natured send-up of the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie that was in turn based on John Buchan’s famous British thriller novel.

Arts Death1
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Arthur Miller was without doubt one of the major writers of the 20th Century and amongst his best plays Death of a Salesman stands out as one of the best.

Breaking aida1 10.0
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A magnificent filmed stage show of Giuseppe Verdi’s crowning jewel opera. A new production presented by Teatro alla Scala and filmed live on stage.

Arts HAPPY EVENT (4)
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Tea Tree Player’s latest comic offering, ‘Happy Event’ follows Jane Harbottle and her ill-fated dinner party where she intends to tell her husband that she is pregnant.

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‘Billy: My Life’ uses a series of videos that catalogue Billy Joel’s successes and failures linked together by songs from the period, performed by a trio of musicians.

Arts Boeing JPgs-244r
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Marc Camoletti’s farce is firmly fixed in the 60’s. A key part of the plot hinges on the change over to the faster jets that sped up travel time and altered airline timetables.

Arts The Salem girls
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Arthur Miller’s tale about the Salem witch trials is a very strong piece of theatre. Instead of losing its relevance, it becomes more pertinent than ever.

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Patch Theatre Company’s latest production is a show for children 4-8 years old, Inspired by three books by Stephen Michael King, including ‘Emily Loves to Bounce’.

Arts Photo credit: Michael Errey
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In his comedy/drama, ‘Biography: A Game’ Max Frisch questions our ability to change against our own habits, our desire for immediate gratification, and our fear of the unknown.

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