Upcoming Shows

Small Talk – 24th March – Sunderland Showing

London’s landscape is forever changing, not always by choice. The accident that was The Great Fire started at the bakery on Pudding Lane, swept straight through the centre of town in 1666; gutted our medieval City from inside out. The Blitz during World War II totally decimated parts of the capital. This time however, it was no accident. December 29th 1940, known as the worst day of the London Blitz, Evelyn, Thomas, David and Irena find themselves meeting in a small makeshift bunker under the blazing City of London. A soldier, an actor, a pilot and a smuggler all with unexpected stories to share. Based on true stories of the heroes of WWII written and directed by Holly-Rose Kneller on behalf of Atlas Theatre Company.

Location: University of Sunderland, Priestman Building, Room 210, 6 Green Terrace, Sunderland SR1 3PZ

Time: 19:30

£5.00 per ticket – reserve your tickets here

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The Tempest – 26th March – FREE SHOW!

Join us FREE for Atlas Theatre Company’s The Tempest for adult and children alike. Join Captain Prospero as he and his daughter Miranda who are stranded on a island, get their revenge on the crew of the Milan with the help of the triksey spirit Ariel.

Come an enjoy this fun loving show perfect for making Shakespeare accessible for children.

Location: University of Sunderland, Priestman Building, Room 210, 6 Green Terrace, Sunderland SR1 3PZ

Time: 14:00

Tickets – Free – reserve your tickets here

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Atlas Theatre Company Showcase – Shock and 8 minutes 20 seconds – 31st March & 1st April

8 Minutes and 20 Seconds – by Miranda Schwanke

How do you imagine the fall of humanity? War? Disease? An asteroid? In this case, its none of thee above.
A world renowned scientist discovers that our sun is dying and the last ray of light is making its way towards earth, giving humanity precisely 8 minutes and 20 Seconds left to live. 8 minutes, 20 seconds explores the reality of 12 people and how they deal with the news of the apocalypse. Will they use their time wisly? They have just over 8 minutes to live, what will they do? What should they do? What would you do?

Shock – by Louise Franchi

1950. Lauren Matthews is just an ordinary 17-year-old, trying to move on with her life, make a home with her partner, find a decent job, start a family. There’s only one thing in the way of that, her parents. Her parents aren’t the most accepting of people and want Lauren to have the life they have already planned out for her. We follow Lauren on her story to get out of this life she has now, however, all isn’t as it seems. Can Lauren escape her parents and finally be the person she’s always wanted to be?

Location: University of Sunderland, Priestman Building, Room 210, 6 Green Terrace, Sunderland SR1 3PZ

Time: 19:30

Tickets £5.00 – reserve your tickets here

 

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Small Talk – 8th April 2017 – London Showing

London’s landscape is forever changing, not always by choice. The accident that was The Great Fire started at the bakery on Pudding Lane, swept straight through the centre of town in 1666; gutted our medieval City from inside out. The Blitz during World War II totally decimated parts of the capital. This time however, it was no accident. December 29th 1940, known as the worst day of the London Blitz, Evelyn, Thomas, David and Irena find themselves meeting in a small makeshift bunker under the blazing City of London. A soldier, an actor, a pilot and a smuggler all with unexpected stories to share. Based on true stories of the heroes of WWII written and directed by Holly-Rose Kneller on behalf of Atlas Theatre Company.

Location: Sunshine International Arts, Studio 5, 209A Coldharbour Lane, London, SW9 8RU.

Time: 19:30

Tickets: £5.00 – reserve your tickets here

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