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The critically acclaimed stageadaption of Nigel Slater’s best-selling memoir Toast vividly recreates suburbanEngland in the 1960s. Nigel Slater’s childhood is told through the tastes andsmells he grew up with. Toast is a colourful show filled with movement, joy, tastes and toast.
Adapted for the stage by Henry Filloux-Bennett & starting a nationwide tour in Huddersfield, straight from the West End.
Alice in Wanderlust
We called themission Wanderlust. No one could havepredicted what would come next. Out in the darkness, in the vastness of spaceand time, what truths can be discovered, what fragments of data have beencollected? What does A.L.I.C.E know?
From an exceptional young company of emerging talent, comes ahighly innovative new musical exploring humankind’s eternal impulse to journey intothe unknown. Featuring a powerful, original score combining contemporaryelectronic music with a live choral soundscape.
How far will wego in our thirst for exploration, experience and discovery, for our wanderlust?
The LBT presents an engaging programme of spoken word, acoustic music and performance in the cosy setting of Queenie's Coffee Shop.
A painful yet uplifting true story of a child asylum-seeker arriving in the UK.
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The Fire of Olympus; or, On Sticking It To The Man tells the story of Prometheus and Pandora in a brand-new opera touring the North of England in 2019. ... This radical, accessible opera uses the power of Greek myth to resonate with the modern world, and is filled with drama, passion, politics, tragedy, and comedy.
Under 3 Moons
A life-affirming production written to make you smile as much as it makes you think.
The book is imagined for the stage by Jonathan Watkins, who is best known for his adaptation of Kes and 1984. Watkins is brilliant at bringing text to life in visually exciting productions filled with movement.
Trojan Horse was a local story that hit the national press, accusing ‘hardline’ Muslim teachers and governors of plotting extremism in Birmingham schools. Adapted from the real-life testimonies of those at the heart of the UK Government’s inquiry, critically acclaimed theatre-company LUNG investigate what really happened.