Friday, 8 January 2016

Theatre in the Mill, University of Bradford

Here are the upcoming events at Theatre in the Mill at the University of Bradford and details of how to get cheaper tickets when you buy online:

Our new spring summer season is now live! Plus: new this season, get cheaper tickets when you buy online!
Jamie Fletcher and company will be in residence in January at Theatre in the Mill, working on the final development of the show Dancing Bear before its premiere performance at West Yorkshire Playhouse on 10th February 2016.  
Week beginning Monday 14th March
REMOTE [Bradford] - Coney
REMOTE is a piece of sit-down interactive theatre in development, interrogating the politics of choice
Thursday 28th April
Eden follows two individuals, their emotional journey of social exclusion, and their struggle to survive in a world where there is little room for forgiveness. 
Saturday 21st May
Join musicians Peter Spafford, Richard Ormrod and guest vocalist Jacqui Wicks for an evening of song that explores the possibilities of hospitality; from Homer to Budget Hotels. 
AIK Productions present
Friday 1st July - Saturday 2nd July
The comic and poignant new play from award winning playwright Hassan Addulrazzak - a tale of four men, each from different parts of the globe, all experiencing a moment of revelation.
Friday 19th - Saturday 20th February
A new play exploring the relationship between citizens and the state in light of our knowledge of contemporary surveillance practices.

(Routes North)
Little Mighty presents

What If I Told You? The Mayers Ensemble (work in progress)

Saturday 16th April
Pauline's life hasn't quite turned out how she planned.  She's going to summon up the ghosts of the past to help her figure it out.
Friday 13th May
Tribute Acts is a hilarious and boldly honest exploration of father daughter relationships and whether our remembered pasts are in fact, a fiction.
Saturday 11th June
Transit explores the temporary relationships that we make; the difference between the world and the academic's perception of it and the impact of conflict beyond the borders of the countries involved.
Saturday 9th July
wolf kid theatre company’s first show sets out to explore difference, commonality, magic and revolution. 
Ham and Passion - DeNada Dance Theatre
Friday 26th February

An evening of seductive and provocative dance choreographed by Carlos Pons Guerra. 
Saturday 23rd April
A collaboration between: Chirstella Litras, David Hamilton, Inder 'Goldfinger', Mike Love, Musufing Whyles, Rashmi Sudhir & Shanaz Gulzar.
Bradford Literature Festival

Friday 20th May - Sunday 29th May
Various venues, details to be announced.

After last year’s success, Bradford Literature Festival returns to Theatre in the Mill with its distinct, diverse and dynamic brand of programming.
Saturday 18th June
Inspired by a personal homophobic experience, this autobiographical performance focuses on the ups and downs of pride and self-loathing, and finding a place where you shouldn’t be afraid to celebrate your individuality. 

Behind the scenes:

As part of their association with Theatre in the Mill, Northern Lines have commissioned Helen Wilkinson, former participant and their first associate practitioner, to spend her youth and community placement from Bradford College engaging with a group of young Roma women from across our city.
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Theatre in the Mill
University of Bradford
Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7 2DP
United Kingdom


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