Comedy & Theatre Events

Tamasha: My Name Is…

£9 FULL // £5 CONC.

A captivating new play about love, family and ever-shifting identities.

Mark Bruce Company: Dracula

£15 FULL // £10 CONC.

A heart wrenching and magical dance theatre production bringing Bram Stoker’s haunting, erotic tale to life.

SJB - Courting Comedy

£30 VIP Box Seating // £20 Standard Seating

Three well-known legal personalities, mentored by professional stand up comedians, are taking to the stage for your amusement.

Mother's Ruin: Roadhouse Return!

£7.50 FULL // £5.50 CONC.

Mother returns to the Roadhouse for another wild night of live music, comedy, drag and dancing with an alternative bent!

£9 FULL // £5 CONC.

Mamela (‘Listen’) follows a group of remarkable young women from the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

Afrovibes 2014: Skierlik

£9 FULL // £5 CONC.

This award-winning play revisits the horror of a racially-motivated shooting spree that devastated the remote settlement of Skierlik in 2008.

Shakespeare Schools Festival 2014

£9 FULL // £6 CONC.

Four different abridged Shakespeare plays each night from local schools.

imitating the dog: A Farewell to Arms

£17 to £21 (incl. £2 booking fee) via 0843 208 6000.

Performed at The Lowry. A stunning adaptation of one of the greatest love stories of the 20th century.

The Worst of Scottee

£9 FULL // £5 CONC.

Scottee encounters past flames, ex-friends, and people who no longer like him, in an attempt to find out where he went wrong.

£9 FULL // £5 CONC.

Debs Gatenby’s laugh-out-loud-funny yet wistful look at how mental illness affected her. And her mum.

Peter McMaster: Wuthering Heights

£12 FULL // £7 CONC.

This all-male performance revisits the landscapes and characters of Emily Brontë’s classic novel.

Mother’s Ruin

£9 FULL // £5 CONC.

An anarchic, alternative night of glamour, glitter and fun.

CYAC: #folksonomy

£11 FULL // £6 CONC.

Combining Spymonkey’s raucous comedy with Aqueous Humour’s grotesque frivolity and the youthful exuberance of CYAC.

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