Friday, 10 March 2017

Theatre in the Mill 10 March onwards

Here are the details for upcoming events at Theatre in the Mill:

Coming up in March - Sophie Willan, Atlantis by Lydia Cottrell

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The Believers are but Brothers - Javaad Alipoor

Thursday 20th April, Friday 21st April - 7pm, stage@leeds

Tickets: £12.50/£10.00

We live in a time where old orders are collapsing: from the postcolonial nation states of the Middle East, to the EU and the American election. Through it all, tech savvy and extremist groups rip through twentieth century political certainties.

Amidst this, a generation of young men find themselves burning with resentment; without the money, power and sex they think they deserve. This crisis of masculinity leads them into an online world of fantasy, violence and reality.

Writer and theatre maker Javaad Alipoor spent time in this digital realm, exploring the blurry and complex world of extremists, spies, journalists and fantasists. This bold one-man show weaves together their stories.

Part of Transform 17 - a festival of bold, local and international theatre

Co-commissioned by HOME, Manchester, Ovalhouse and Transform, supported by National Theatre Studio and stage@leeds.

Coming up: 

Friday 10th March, 7.30pm
Sophie Willan grew up in and out of care. At 23, the state unexpectedly delivered all of her personal files. This very special rising star explores who she is today in her smash hit debut stand-up comedy show.

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Saturday 18th March, 7.30pm
Atlantis takes the audience on a journey through Disneyland, dance school, a family holiday and into outer space and asks them to look back and reconsider the planet we inhabit. What did we learn from the race into space? What did we gain in getting there? And can we train for failure? Funny, thoughtful and highly kinetic, Atlantis uses popcorn, projection and a paddling pool to explore the answers to all these questions. Along the way, the show considers the idea that we all inhabit a spaceship – spaceship Earth - and draws parallels between our planet and the shuttle’s namesake, the mythical island that sank beneath the waves.
The Women's Comedy Workshop
*Sharing of new material*

Tuesday 21 March, 8pm at Theatre in the Mill, Bradford
Host & Headline Act: Kate Fox
See what The Women's Comedy Workshop has been up to over the past 10 weeks @ their first ever sharing of brand new comedy material. 
The event is free.
If you'd like more information about The Women's Comedy Workshop - please contact Natalie Diddams on or 07800884956

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