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Stantonbury Theatre - Spring 2019

Venue: Stantonbury, MK
Date: 27 Jan 2019 - 27 Apr 2019
Times: Various

Stantonbury Theatre – Spring 2019

Sun 27 January

MORGAN AND WEST’S UTTERLY SPIFFING SPECTACULAR MAGIC SHOW FOR KIDS (AND CHILDISH GROWN-UPS!)
The latest family treat from time-travelling magicians Morgan And West. Performance 2pm  Tickets £13, Concessions £11

Thu 31 January
Justice In Motion presents BOUND
Inspired by true accounts of modern slavery, and told through a dynamic fusion of dance, theatre, aerial acrobatics, music and projection, Justice In Motion presents a compelling and thought-provoking show. Performance 2pm    Tickets £13, Concessions £11

Sat 2 & Sun 3 February
Bedfordshire School of Dance and Drama presents Cinderella Ballet
Enjoy this classic tale of how Cinderella, tormented by her ugly stepsisters, is transformed into a beautiful princess, and watch her fall in love with the charming Prince.  Performances, Sat 6.30pm, Sun 11.30am & 3.30pm  Tickets £13.50

Tue 12-Thu 14 February
Stantonbury International School presents SISTER ACT
Students of Stantonbury International School present the feel-good musical with a powerful gospel and disco-inspired score by 8-time Oscar winner Alan Menken.Performances 7.30pm   Tickets £11, Concessions £6

Thu 21-Sat 23 February
Rare Productions presents ANNIE
The youth musical theatre company Rare Productions presents the musical adventures of orphan Annie. Performances 7.30pm, Sat matinee 2.30pm   Tickets £15, Children £13.50

Fri 15 & Sat 16 February
The Black Sheep Collective presents  THE CAGEBIRDS
A tragic insight into the?phyche of neglect and?institutionalisation from prolific?British?dramatist David Campton. Performances 7.30pm   Tickets £15, Concessions £12

Sun 17 February
Skewbald Theatre presents MIMI AND THE MOUNTAIN DRAGON
A magical musical puppetry adventure adapted from the book by Michael Morpurgo and illustrated by Helen Stephens. Performance 2pm  Tickets £13, Concessions £11
Suitable for ages 3+

Mon 18 February
Engine House Theatre presents GRANDAD’S ISLAND
Adapted from the Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Award winner by Benji Davies, and brought magically and sensitively to life on stage by the team behind Flat Stanley.  Performance 2pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13
Suitable for ages 5-8yrs

Sun 24 February
The Noise Next Door presents THE NOISE NEXT DOOR – AT SEA!
As seen on The One Show and Tonight At The Palladium, an improvised comedy show for families – see your suggestions influence a musical, nautical adventure! Performance 2pm  Tickets £13, Concessions £11
Suitable for ages 6+

Tue 26 & Wed 27 February
tiata fahodzi in association with Watford Palace Theatre presents good dog
Acclaimed drama telling the story of growing up in a multi-cultural community in the early noughties, and the everyday injustices that drive people to take back control. Performances, Tue 7.30pm, Wed 1.30pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13

Fri 1 March

Shane Shambhu in CONFESSIONS OF A COCKNEY TEMPLE DANCER
Award-winning artist and Complicite Associate, Shane Shambhu combines Indian dance and stand-up comedy to lead audiences on a revealing journey of his life; from unlikely dance student to ‘rude boy’ to international performer. Performance 7.30pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13

Sat 2 March
Luke Jermay in INTUITION
Beloved by Derren Brown and David Blaine, Luke Jermay presents a brand new interactive stage show jam packed with phenomenal jaw dropping demonstrations of intuition, telepathy and prediction.  Performance 7.30pm    Tickets £15, Concessions £13

Sun 3 March
Greenwich Theatre presents Ahmed Masoud’s production of THE SHROUD MAKER
This one-woman comedy weaves comic fantasy and satire with true stories told first hand to the writer, and offers a vivid portrait of Palestinian life in Gaza underscored with gallows humour. Performance 7.30pm   Tickets £13, Concessions £11

Mon 4 March
house in association with artsdepot presents NEST
A stunning multi-sensory experience for pre-walking babies and their parents and carers. Unfolding in a custom-built performance tent, Nest takes audiences on a journey through the seasons, using playful poetry, sound and song, captivating movement and tactile and sensory play. Performances 11am, 12pm, 1pm  Tickets £10 (to include one adult and one baby)
Suitable for ages 0-18 months

Tue 5 March
Silent Uproar presents A SUPER HAPPY STORY (about feeling super sad)
An award-winning show about mental illness, getting better, and our fear of what other people think. Written by Jon Brittain and mixing elements of storytelling, live music and sketch comedy, it's a fun, silly and sad show for anyone who has a brain that hasn’t always been on their side. Performance 7.30pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13
Suitable for ages 16+

Fri 8 March
Northern School of Contemporary Dance presents VERVE
an ambitious programme of bold new dance work featuring dancers from Chile, Italy, Portugal, Singapore and Uruguay, creating a truly international dance company. Performance 7.30pm   Tickets £15, Concessions £13

Tue 12 & Wed 13 March
Stantonbury International School presents Annual Dance Show
As the biggest Dance department in Milton Keynes, students of the Stantonbury International School present their annual Dance Showcase.  Performances 7.30pm  Tickets £5, Concessions £3

Fri 15 & Sat 16 March
Stagestruck presents HUMAN
The exciting new show by Stagestruck, the Stantonbury Theatre Young Company. In a world where environmental destruction and uncaring lust for money often takes precedence over caring for each other, HUMAN asks how we can learn to love and make ourselves whole again. Performances 7.30pm  Tickets £6.50

Wed 27-Sat 30 March
Wolverton Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents IOLANTHE
A comical fairy opera from - first performed in 1882, but still relevant today. Performances 7.30pm   Tickets £17, Concessions £15, Children £5

Sun 31 March
The Wardrobe Ensemble presents THE STAR SEEKERS
Fresh from a run at the National Theatre, this is an interactive show that explores the limitless majesty of galaxies, the solar system, shooting stars and planets through songs, silliness and anti-gravity antics. Performance 2pm
Tickets £11, Concessions £9
Suitable for ages 3-8yrs

Tue 2 April SHUT DOWN
Movement, spoken word, rap and striking visual imagery collide in Charlotte Vincent’s powerful and darkly funny film installation, played across six screens, with an outstanding cast of seven performers including three talented teenagers. Performances 1.30pm & 7.30pm  Tickets £17, Concessions £15

Sun 14 April
Story Pocket Theatre presents ANIMALCOLM
A vibrant, energetic and gloriously funny musical combining physical theatre, puppetry and Story Pocket’s outstanding storytelling style to bring David Baddiel’s magical and wonderfully comic story to the stage. Performance 2pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13
Suitable for ages 5+

Mon 15 April
Nonsense Room Productions presents YOU CHOOSE
Using Pippa Goodhart and Nick Sharratt’s picture book as inspiration and through a series of games and challenges each show will come up with a unique story, with different characters every time! Performance 2pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13
Suitable for ages 3-7yrs

Fri 26 & Sat 27 April
Protein Dance presents THE LITTLE PRINCE
Based on the world-famous story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince’s adventures in space are brought to life using Protein’s award winning mix of dance, humour and spoken word.  Performances, Fri 2pm & 7pm, Sat 11am & 3pm  Tickets £15, Concessions £13
Suitable for ages 5+

For more information, images, interviews and press tickets, contact James Haddrell at j.haddrell@greenwichtheatre.org.uk or call 07875 130564

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