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10th February 2015 to 14th February 2015

Taking Sides

Ronald Harwood

“I don’t see a great artist – I see an ordinary guy.”

 In post-war Berlin, conductor William Furtwängler faces questioning from an American officer determined to uncover evidence that the maestro was not a saviour of Jews, but a willing collaborator with the Nazi regime.<

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Jade Harrison Dance School presents:

15th February 2015 to 15th February 2015

A New York Christmas Carol

Presented by Jade Harrison School of Dance 

Tickets will be available from the People's Theatre Box Office or online from Monday 12th January

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26th February 2015 to 28th February 2015

Scary Play

Judith Johnson

Kal is having a sleepover.

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10th March 2015 to 14th March 2015

Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare

Generally considered one of Shakespeare’s best comedies, this popular classic combines lusty, knockabout hilarity with darker, bittersweet meditations on honour, shame, and court politics.

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Pauline Quirke Academy presents:

21st March 2015 to 22nd March 2015

The Magic of Musicals - PQA Showcase

Pauline Quirke Academy presents:

The Magic of Musicals

A spectacular musical variety show with music, song and dance taking you on a journey from the wonders of the West End and Broadway.

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Simply Dance Academy presents:

28th March 2015 to 29th March 2015

Back to the Future

Presented by: Simply Dance Academy 

Always popular and eagerly anticipated Simply Dance Academy’s 2015 production will appeal to all ages.

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Newcastle Scouts presents:

7th April 2015 to 11th April 2015

Gang Show 2015

Booking now open

A cast of Cubs, Scouts, Guides and Leaders accompanied by a professional band, lighting and sound perform 3 hours of songs, dance and sketches. 

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21st April 2015 to 25th April 2015

Yes, Prime Minister

Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn

Updated to reflect the (comic) realities of modern Government, Jay and Lynn’s adaptation of their much-loved 1980s TV series has lost none of the biting wit and wry satire that made it such a memorable hit.

 Jim Hacker, governing with a threadbare majority, faces yet another crisis.

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5th May 2015 to 9th May 2015

The God of Carnage

Yasmina Reza

Two successful middle class couples meet to discuss an incident involving their young sons in the local park, but this superficially civilised evening get-together soon degenerates into a grotesque ballet of shifting loyalties and fractious emotions.

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19th May 2015 to 23rd May 2015

They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

Ray Herman, ad. from the novel by Horace McCoy

A dance marathon in 1930s Los Angeles serves as a haunting symbol for the struggle for survival in Depression-era. In a shabby ballroom couples are provided food and shelter for as long as they can keep moving, encouraged by a relentlessly cheerful MC.

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Newcastle Dance Centre presents:

30th May 2015 to 31st May 2015

A Night at the Oscars


Newcastle Dance Centre and Performing Arts Academy proudly presents 'ANight at the Oscars' - a glamorous production packed full of dance and musical theatre numbers from award-winning shows and film scores.<

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16th June 2015 to 20th June 2015

Hay Fever

Noël Coward

The eccentric, egocentric Bliss family are everything a respectable family are not supposed to be. When each member of this arty and bohemian clan invites a guest to their country house, the unassuming visitors are thrown into a hilarious living melodrama.

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14th July 2015 to 18th July 2015

The Fifteen Streets

Catherine Cookson, ad. by Rob Bettinson

In early 20th century Jarrow, life for the O’Brien family is one of a bitter struggle for survival in a world of unemployment and grinding poverty.  Eldest son and dockworker John O’Brien strives for a better life: one that almost seems within his grasp when he meets a beautiful young teacher.

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