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NT CONNECTIONS commissions new plays for and about young people from some of the best contemporary playwrights, for performance by schools and youth theatres from all over the UK and Ireland, both in their home venues and at sixteen regional partnership theatres. The NT Festival showcases an example of each play.

Archive listings for NT Connections Festival

Work type: Festival. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see NT Connections Festival

Three - T01047495455

Author Harriet Braun.
31 Mar 17Reading Rep, Reading :: V2008480369
listing details L1405770848

Bassett - T1977735040

Author James Graham.
6 Mar 16Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
listing details L01510143013

T190561840

We're delighted to welcome back NT Connections, the National Theatre's annual celebration of hot-off-the-press scripts for young people. This nationwide festival sits within our programme of exceptional work by young performers, which this season also includes the Bristol Old Vic Young Company's Spring Show.
17 Mar 14 to 21 Mar 14Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L425847627

Heritage - T01889987511

It's May Day, and a group of misfit children are specially chosen to close the day's festivities; but as they gather together in uniform to rehearse the village anthem, all is not well. Tubbsy's hiding a cat in his bag; Deirdre-May's grieving her Nanna and Mark's turned up as a Stegosaurus. Heritage is a blistering black comedy with music that explores the darker side of nationalism.Author Daffyd James. Presented byOrange Tree Theatre Young Company.
15 Mar 14 to 16 Mar 14Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
listing details L0538502552

Pronoun - T547194862

Our Youth Theatre are taking part in National Theatre Connections which celebrates great new writing for the Stage - and the energy, commitment and talent of young theatre makers. This year our 17 - 19s will be performing Pronoun by award-winning playwright Evan Placey. The show is directed by our Youth Theatre director Gemma WoffindAuthor Evan Placey. Director Gemma Woffinden. Company WYP Youth Theatre.
13 Mar 14 to 15 Mar 14Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
listing details L0445644607

T0978754159

22 Apr 13 to 28 Apr 13Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
listing details L0988683196

What Are They Like? - T0458672652

For the second time, ICIA is participating in National Theatre Connections, a nationwide celebration of new writing and young theatre making. This brand new play, written especially for Connections, examines the changing nature of the relationship between parents and their children as adolescence takes its grip and adulthood beckons.Author Lucinda Coxon.
23 Feb 13 to 24 Feb 13The Edge Arts (formerly the Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts (ICIA)), Bath :: V1031
listing details L1835745439

T02005405985

For this year's Connections festiva, the National Theatre has commissioned ten new plays with an international flavour. These new plays will be performed at 20 theatres across the UK, by the rising theatrical stars of each region. Connections culminates at the National Theatre in June, with highlights from the regional festivals being performed on the NT's stages.
20 Jun 12 to 25 Jun 12National Theatre, West End :: V400
listing details L1184637718

Victim Sidekick Boyfriend Me - T2112200756

A girl commits a crime without punishment or remorse. Her sidekick is ordered to serve a prison sentence and the victim's boyfriend offers unconditional forgiveness but nothing is simple in Hilary Bell's play about guilt and retribution. Escaping the court's punishment, the girl is welcomed into the home of her victim's friends and family but her conscience is aroused and she craves a chance to atone.Company 360 Youth Theatre.
23 Mar 12 to 24 Mar 12Compass Theatre, Outer London :: V1166
listing details L1145930774

The Grandfathers - T0925557151

547 days. Your country called you up, and you came. Forget about personal liberty, forget about personal space, erase the word personal from your vocabulary. You must become a unit, a sleek, beautifully ironed, nicely polished, aesthetically pleasing machine. The Grandfathers follows eight boys through National Service training and onto the battlefield. As they grow into soldiers, differences become insignificant, emotions boil over and a comrade is comforted through his final moments. Rory Mullarkey's provocative play questions the sacrifice of fragile, young lives and aspirations for the sake of others' political miscalculations.Author Rory Mullarkey.
20 Mar 12 to 24 Mar 12Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L0601099296

Calderdale Theatre School - T1562440541

15 Mar 12 to 24 Mar 12Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
listing details L031467956

Journey to X - T01913437958

A group of friends have formed a new band, now all they have to do is raise the money to get to London to audition for the world's biggest talent contest. Their journey for fame and fortune is really a journey for something far less glamorous and the story of the risks teenagers take when plunged into an adult world.Company Key Youth Theatre.
15 Mar 12 to 16 Mar 12Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27
listing details L720204157

Little Foot - T263718666

Deep within the South African underground caves, a group of friends meet to spend the night and explore its mysteries. The so called 'Cradle of Humankind' caves are home to the oldest human remains. As a group of young friends venture deeper and deeper, strained relations and questions of loyalty take hold. With truths revealed and loyalties undone, these modern teenagers are stripped back to their primordial instincts. Surrounded by a chorus of ancestral voices, the group unravels. Just how far will modern humans go to exact revenge?Author Craig Higginson. Company Big Deptford Youth Theatre.
14 Mar 12 to 15 Mar 12The Albany, Outer London :: V294
listing details L1132243405

Alice By Heart - T1019719578

How do we leave childhood behind? How do we close the book? In the throes of adolescence, determined Alice Parsley convinces her seriously ailing friend Alfred to follow her one last time "Down the Hole" and play White Rabbit to her petticoated heroine. Mad as it all is, there's so much she still wants from him. And yet, how late it's getting! In a world of Mad Hatters, and baffling Mock Alices, a handsome Caterpillar puffs deep on his hookah: "Whoooooo are you?" Alice sighs, "If only I knew." The Caterpillar smiles: "Oh, don't I know." A fresh new rock-musical take on Alice in Wonderland, from Steven Sater & Duncan Sheik, creators of Spring Awakening. Age: 13+
11 Mar 12Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L0955359587

Little Foot - T02082343693

Deep within the South African underground caves a group of young friends unleash the nightmarish stories of their ancestors. Craig Higginson's play draws on Greek tragedy and 21st-century relationships.Author Craig Higginson. Company Pump House Children & Youth Theatre.
8 Mar 12 to 10 Mar 12The Pump House Arts Centre, Watford :: V56
listing details L57170412

Prince of Denmark - T01938698779

In royal Elsinore, the teenage Hamlet, Ophelia and Laertes rage against the roles handed down by their parents. Set a decade before the action in Shakespeare's Hamlet, this thrilling new play, by Mike Lesslie, is a terrific first introduction to Shakespeare's anti-hero and part of the National Theatre's Connections new writing project which the Grand Youth Theatre Company (GYTC) is part of.
29 Feb 12 to 2 Mar 12Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L01337570657

T01677900293

A nationwide celebration of young theatre talent, the Stephen Joseph Youth Theatre (Rounders) and Fuse Theatre will perform a thrilling new play written for young people by an established and well-known playwright.
17 Feb 12 to 18 Feb 12Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949
listing details L01835138014

T1292723999

One production of each script from Connections 2011 will be showcased at the National Theatre in London, in a celebration of the talent and achievement of Connections companies across the country.
29 Jun 11 to 4 Jul 11National Theatre, West End :: V400
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T0642622335

From Monday 9 - Saturday 14 May Sheffield Theatres embarks on a new partnership with the National Theatre. Sheffield Theatres will be a host venue for the Connections Festival for the first time this year, presenting a week of specially-commissioned new plays for actors aged 13-19. The festival showcases a variety of new writing, featuring playwrights including Samuel Adamson, Helen Blakeman (Pleasureland), Noel Clarke (Doctor Who, Adulthood), Molly Davies, James Graham, Carl Grose (Kneehigh Theatre), Nell Leyshon and Douglas Maxwell (Decky Does a Bronco). Twelve theatre groups from around the region have worked on one playwright’s work to create a lively and an inspiring production, reflecting the ideas, concerns and views of young people today
9 May 11 to 14 May 11Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
listing details L1495146112

Too Fast/Bassett - T504394288

Too Fast - Sensation Nation is a vocal group founded and led by the unstoppable DD. Her grand plan is for the group to storm next year’s Britain’s Got Talent. But first they need a gig, and more importantly a heartbreaking back-story that will win them votes later on down the line. So she’s booked them in to sing at a funeral. And not just any funeral either. Sensation Nation is to sing at the funeral of Ali Monroe, an older girl from their school who was killed in a car crash. Too Fast is an ensemble comedy with a strong emotional heart and a huge theatrical reveal in the final scene. Bassett - Citizenship class at Wootton Bassett School and the supply teacher has gone a bit nuts, doing a runner and locking the pupils in. That’s bad enough, but tensions are higher today than normal, a day when only yards from their confinement a repatriation of fallen British soldiers is happening along the high street - as it has over a hundred time before through this quiet Wiltshire town. And this one is more personal than most... Dean needs the toilet, Aimee needs a coffee, Amid needs to pray, and Leo… well, Leo really really wants to be at the repat and is determined to escape. As factions form and secrets are revealed, maybe he’s not the only one who’ll want to get away. Bassett is a pacy, funny and exhausting look at young people who have inherited a world at war; who, as they grow older, are starting to ask questions about these conflicts, their country, and themselves.Company Perfect Circle Theatre Company (Too Fast). Company The Crestwood School (Bassett). Author Douglas Maxwell (Too Fast). Author James Graham (Bassett).
13 May 11Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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Gap/The Beauty Manifesto - T1182809877

Gap - Twenty four hours in an exotic country with a medley of fifteen characters all brought together by their choice of hostel. Jay wants to rule the roost, Hailey wants Jay, Kat wants social change and Dee just wants to make a living. Gap follows these diverse personalities from the beach, to the dorm and finally to the bar to see what has brought them here, how they embrace their first steps into independence and how they respond to each other. The Beauty Manifesto - The world of The Beauty Manifesto is a world of extreme physical conformity where teenagers celebrate their sixteenth birthdays with cosmetic surgery. Jasmine and her sister Chloe are ambassadors for the manifesto and their father is the chief cosmetic surgeon. It is Silas’ birthday and the time has come for his transformation. The problem is, Silas can think for himself and believes the manifesto is designed to make teenagers so unhappy about their bodies that they accept they need change. The Beauty Manifesto explores living in a world of air brushed images and perfect bodies, and questions contemporary ideas of beauty. Suitable for ages 15+Company Walsall College (Gap). Company The Beauty Manifesto (Highly Sprung Performance Company). Author Alia Bano (Walsall College). Author Nell Leyshon (The Beauty Manifesto).
12 May 11Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L1181653988

Frank and Ferdinand/Gargantua - T01907243962

Frank and Ferdinand - A village in a war-ravaged country wakes to find that one hundred and thirty children have vanquished. Only four are left: Otto, Aloysius, Sarah and Flora. Interviewed by a Military Inquiry, each child tells the events of the night before. But their accounts seem to differ. Who is the elusive Sebastian and why does the Inquiry’s depiction of him keep changing from delinquent to charmer and back again? What’s real and what’s fairy-tale? It’s just... if we had peace... I wonder what colours I’d see with you. If all we had was the normal things I long for, just sky and school and music, like in stories, then who would you be, Sebastian? A short, satirical mystery about the suppression of truth, the making of myths, and how we see what we want to see, not what’s there. Gargantua - Mr and Mrs Mungus have just had a baby. Unfortunately, it isn’t the bouncing blue-eyed boy they were hoping for… After a two-and-a -half year pregnancy, Mini Mungus has birthed a monster - one with an accelerated growth rate and an insatiable appetite for anything that moves (including joggers). But when a gaggle of sinister military scientists intent on cloning an army of giant babies extract Little Hugh’s DNA, he breaks his chains and escapes. The world can only watch in horror as he embarks on a) learning how to walk and b) rampant destruction. Who will stop this freak of nature? Who will decide his tragic fate? And who, more importantly, will change his nappy? Inspired by Rabelais’ equally enormous novel (and from watching too many bad Japanese monster movies), Gargantua is an absurd comedy that combines the epic with the domestic, high concept with low comedy and the grotesque with the heart-felt. Suitable for ages: 13+Company Warwick Arts Centre Senior Youth Theatre (Frank and Ferdinand). Company Talisman Youth Theatre (Gargantua). Author Samuel Adamson (Frank and Ferdinand). Author Carl Grose (Gargantua).
11 May 11Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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Shooting Truth/Gargantua - T996288154

Shooting Truth - Deep in the woods near an abandoned village, a group of students is about to shoot the story of the youngest ever witch - and Alice feels she’s finally found a role. The same woods, four centuries earlier: a gang of teenagers gather, fearful and intrigued to have found a witch in their midst - and Freya thinks at last she has some power. Past and present collide in an unsettling tale of witchcraft, film-making and practical jokes gone wrong. Gargantua - Mr and Mrs Mungus have just had a baby. Unfortunately, it isn’t the bouncing blue-eyed boy they were hoping for... After a two-and-a -half year pregnancy, Mini Mungus has birthed a monster - one with an accelerated growth rate and an insatiable appetite for anything that moves (including joggers). But when a gaggle of sinister military scientists intent on cloning an army of giant babies extract Little Hugh’s DNA, he breaks his chains and escapes. The world can only watch in horror as he embarks on a) learning how to walk and b) rampant destruction. Who will stop this freak of nature? Who will decide his tragic fate? And who, more importantly, will change his nappy? Inspired by Rabelais’ equally enormous novel (and from watching too many bad Japanese monster movies), Gargantua is an absurd comedy that combines the epic with the domestic, high concept with low comedy and the grotesque with the heart-felt. Suitable for ages: 13+Company Wyggeston. Company QE1 6th Form College. Company Castle Youth Theatre. Author Molly Davies (Shooting Truth). Author Carl Grose (Gargantua).
10 May 11Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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The Beauty Manifesto/Children of Killers - T705386971

The Beauty Manifesto - The world of The Beauty Manifesto is a world of extreme physical conformity where teenagers celebrate their sixteenth birthdays with cosmetic surgery. Jasmine and her sister Chloe are ambassadors for the manifesto and their father is the chief cosmetic surgeon. It is Silas’ birthday and the time has come for his transformation. The problem is, Silas can think for himself and believes the manifesto is designed to make teenagers so unhappy about their bodies that they accept they need change. The Beauty Manifesto explores living in a world of air brushed images and perfect bodies, and questions contemporary ideas of beauty. Children of Killers - The president of Rwanda is releasing the killers. Years after the Tutsi genocide, the perpetrators begin to trickle back into the countryside to be reunited with their villages. A trio of friends, born during the genocide’s bloody aftermath, prepare to meet the men who gave them life. But as the homecoming day draws closer the young men are haunted by the sins of their fathers. Who can you become when violence is your inheritance? Suitable for ages 15+Company Sandwell College (The Beauty Manifesto). Company Birmingham Met College (Birmingham Met College). Author Nell Leyshon (Sandwell College). Author Katori Hall (Children of Killers).
9 May 11Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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Bassett - T0459581519

Bassett is a pacey, funny look at young people who have inherited a world at war, who as they grow older are starting to ask questions about their conflicts, their country and themselves.Author James Graham.
26 Apr 11 to 28 Apr 11Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
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Gargantua - T160496409

After a two-and-a-half year pregnancy, Mini Mungus has birthed a monster - one with an accelerated growth rate and an insatiable appetite for anything that moves. Who will stop this freak of nature? Who will decide his tragic fate? And who, more importantly, will change his nappy?Author Carl Grose. Company Ignite Theatre Company.
5 Mar 11Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
listing details L449808826

T01918670898

Every year the National Theatre commissions ten new plays by talented and exciting writers, which are then produced by young people from all around the country. Watford Palace will be supporting ten productions, staged by school and youth theatre companies in our region. One production of each script will be selected for a showcase as part of the National Theatre’s festival of new writing for young people at the NT on the South Bank in July. Last year our own production of A Vampire Story was selected. New Connections is supported by Bank of America.
12 May 09 to 16 May 09Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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T01320440766

Productions in this year’s festival include works by Anthony Horowitz, Davey Anderson, Georgia Fitch, Christopher William Hill, and Royal & Derngate’s own Youth Theatre will be presenting The Vikings and Darwin by David Mamet.
21 Apr 09 to 25 Apr 09Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
listing details L94805733

Scenes from Shakespeare/Burying Your Brother in the Pavement - T0998870579

Arcola Youth Theatre (Thursday group) present scenes from Shakespeare's plays, interwoven with sonnets written by the actors (20/30 mins). INTERVAL - 15 minutes. Arcola Youth Theatre (Monday group) present a version of Burying your Brother in the Pavement by Jack Thorne as part of the New Connections National Theatre (45 mins).Company Arcola Youth Theatre (Thu Group). Company Arcola Youth Theatre (Mon Group).
6 Jul 08Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
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If Only/Monologue and Duologue - T2038010952

Immediate Theatre - Springfield Youth Theatre - present If Only, a devised piece about the choices young people make when dealing with the realities of life in Hackney (30 mins). INTERVAL - 15 minutes. Identity Drama School present monologues and duologues of well known classical and contemporary authors (45 mins).Company Immediate Theatre. Company Identity Drama School.
6 Jul 08Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
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A Vampire Story - T0261837630

Two young women arrive in a nameless British small town. Their names are not their own and they don't declare their ages. When one of the women confesses she is a vampire, everyone thinks she is mad. Then people start disappearing... A Vampire Story takes a dark and often hilarious look at truth, identity, and humanity's endless need to consume.Author Moira Buffini. Company Hertfordshire County Youth Theatre. Director James Williams. Design Michaela Kemp.
28 Mar 08 to 29 Mar 08Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
listing details L89559324

A Vampire Story - T1326644276

Two young women arrive in a nameless British small town. Their names are not their own and they don't declare their ages. When one of the women confesses she is a vampire, everyone thinks she is mad. Then people start disappearing... A Vampire Story takes a dark and often hilarious look at truth, identity, and humanity's endless need to consume.Author Moira Buffini.
18 Mar 08 to 19 Mar 08The Pump House Arts Centre, Watford :: V56
listing details L01660663841

Fugee - T514151815

Exposed to a life without compromise, young asylum seekers in the UK fight to stay in control of their lives past, present and future... Turn him on his side, turn him on his side. There’s stuff coming from his mouth, bro. When 14 year old Kojo tumbles into the UK "system" with no official papers, and no words in English, he is housed in a refuge for under-age asylum seekers. With new friends Cheung and Ara by his side he begins to reconcile his past and find pleasure in the present. But when the system starts to break down...Company Lyceum Youth Theatre. Author Abi Morgan. Director Xana Maclean. Lighting Paul Rodger. Sound Dougal Marwick.
13 Mar 08 to 15 Mar 08Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605
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T555658647

The 2007 CONNECTIONS portfolio features nine new plays: Ruckus in the Garden by David Farr, Scary Play by Judith Johnson, DeoxyriboNucleic Acid by Dennis Kelly, Red Sky by Bryony Lavery, Show and Tell by Laline Paull, The Black Remote by Glyn Maxwell, A Year and a Day by Christina Reid, A Bridge to the Stars by Henning Mankell (in a new adaptation by John Retallack) and Baby Girl by Roy Williams. They include tales of loss and corruption, cover ups and risk-taking, with settings ranging from magical gardens and humdrum streets to hot alien landscapes – collectively demonstrating that, for a young person, the world is a testing place. All nine plays will be published in an anthology by Faber & Faber. Supported by The National Lottery through Arts Council England, and The Ingram Trust.
12 Jul 07 to 17 Jul 07Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
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12 Jul 07 to 17 Jul 07Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375
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T01536845128

Seven brand new plays from well-known playwrights including Briony Lavery, David Farr and Denise Kelly performed by young people.
2 Jul 07 to 7 Jul 07Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L2102941427

A Year and a Day/Red Sky/Bridge to the Stars/DeoxyriboNucleic Acid - T1568982158

DeoxyriboNucleic Acid. DNA. A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. When a high school 'it' gang takes a joke too far, a lonely and terrified boy is lost... isn't he? ?I am trying to keep everyone together. Ever since I came to this school haven't I been trying to keep everyone together? Aren't things better? For us? I mean not for them, not out there, but for us? Doesn't everyone want to be us, come here in the woods? Isn't that worth keeping hold of?'Author Christina Reid (A Year and a Day). Author Bryony Lavery (Red Sky). Author Henning Mankell (Bridge to the Stars). Adapted by John Retallack (Bridge to the Stars). Author Dennis Kelly (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid). Company Lyceum Youth Theatre (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid). Director Xana Maclean (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid). Director Gillian Howie (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid assistant). Lighting Paul Rodger (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid).
12 Jun 07 to 16 Jun 07Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
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1 Mar 07 to 3 Mar 07Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605
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Ruckus in the Garden/Show and Tell/Scary Play/A Year and a Day/The Black Remote - T892474048

Ruckus in the Garden by [David Farr] - Riverdale Comprehensive and St Nectan's Grant Maintained find themselves in the Garden of Cecil Fortescue on a school trip. A ruckus is inevitable, as is customary when these two schools meet. Magic waits amongst the topiary in the form of ‘Cupid’, who brings about transformations romantic, revealing and hilarious! Show and Tell by [Laline Paull] - Students become obsessed with the secret life of their new supply teacher, who they are convinced is involved in the world’s oldest profession. In between trying to get off with each other, shaking off weird parents and making an earth-shatteringly important documentary: they find there's hi-jinx to be had in a gang that gets it completely wrong... and is the hamster still alive? Scary Play by [Judith Johnson] - 10 year old Kal and his mates are having a sleepover to celebrate his birthday. As the night draws in, they indulge in an age old pastime; scaring the living daylights out of each other! Kal tells the story of a local house, said to be haunted by the ghost of a man who once lived there with his ageing mother and his pet monkey. Scary Play follows the children as they creep into the haunted house and each faces up to their own unique fear... A Year and a Day by [Christina Reid] - A traveling Storyteller and A Girl meet in a land devastated by war and famine. The Storyteller remembers and conjures a long-long-ago land of peace and plenty – a beautiful garden inhabited by The Kritters of the land, the trees and the water. And then the humans come to the garden – Two tribes who worship different Gods. The Storyteller’s tale of the corruption and loss of the ancient garden is a love story that becomes a never-ending story of old ghosts who still haunt the earth. The Black Remote by [Glyn Maxwell] - Polly find herself left alone with a brand new enormous sleek plasma-screen TV and four remote controls – a white one that does this, a grey one that does that, a silver one that does the other, and a black one – well no one knows what that does. Enter her curious friend Norman, who picks up the forbidden Black Remote and starts rapidly surfing the channels. Little does he know that the TV will explode and strange winged creatures will appear. But what will using the Black Remote mean for the outside world.Author David Farr (Ruckus in the Garden). Author Laline Paull (Show and Tell). Author Judith Johnson (Scary Play). Author Christina Reid (A Year and a Day). Author Glyn Maxwell (The Black Remote). Company Manor College of Technology. Company Newcastle College Performance Academy. Company Nunthorpe School Youth Theatre. Company Sacred Heart High School. Company Shotton Hall School. Company Stokesley School. Company St Mary's School. Company Washington School.
11 May 07 to 13 May 07Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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Red Sky (Apr 21) - T01398553106

In a hot, alien landscape, three argumentative young archaeology interns are cataloguing the latest artefacts. Near them, a gaping dark hole marks the entrance to a recently opened tomb. On the trestle table, under a baking sky, stand a fragile paper bird, a richly-jewelled ceremonial robe and an axe made of human bone. What happens when we pillage the graves of the long dead? The Nuffield production of Red Sky will be performed at the theatre on April 21 as part of a week-long showcase of visiting Youth theatre productions of Connections plays: A Year and a Day by Christina Reid; The Black Remote by Glyn Maxwell; Scary Play by Judith Johnston; DeoxyriboNucleic Acid by Dennis Kelly; A Bridge to the Stars by Henning Mankell.Company Nuffield Youth Theatre. Director Fran Morley.
16 Apr 07 to 21 Apr 07NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
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T668773372

This year, 6 new plays and 2 new musicals will fill the Olivier and Cottesloe Theatres. Writers include [Sharman Macdonald], [Gregory Burke], [Lin Coghlan] and lyricist [Don Black].
13 Jul 06 to 18 Jul 06National Theatre, West End :: V400
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17/Blooded/Burn/Chatroom/Citizenship/Just/Lunch in Venice/Mugged/Samurai/Through the Wire - T757922195

Author Michael Gow. Author Isabel Wright. Author Deborah Gearing. Author Enda Walsh. Author Mark Ravenhill. Author Ali Smith. Author Nick Dear. Author Andrew Payne. Author Geoffrey Case. Author Catherine Johnson.
6 Jul 05 to 12 Jul 05Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
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T430746641

14 Jun 05 to 18 Jun 05The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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27 May 05Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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27 May 05 to 29 May 05Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
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25 May 05 to 28 May 05Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
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20 May 05 to 21 May 05Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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16 May 05 to 21 May 05Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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9 May 05 to 14 May 05Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
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8 May 16 to 9 May 16Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41
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7 May 16 to 8 May 16Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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4 May 16 to 7 May 16The Albany, Outer London :: V294
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3 May 16 to 7 May 16Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143
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3 May 16 to 7 May 16Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
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30 Apr 16 to 2 May 16The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
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26 Apr 16 to 1 May 16Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
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25 Apr 16 to 29 Apr 16Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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25 Apr 16 to 30 Apr 16Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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21 Apr 16 to 29 Apr 16Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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20 Apr 16 to 21 Apr 16Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
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19 Apr 16 to 23 Apr 16Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895
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29 Mar 16The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899
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16 Mar 16 to 22 Mar 16Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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15 Mar 16 to 20 Mar 16Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
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14 Mar 16 to 23 Mar 16Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
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9 Mar 16 to 11 Mar 16Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068
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17 Feb 16The Garage, Norwich :: V602991522
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2 May 15 to 4 May 15The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
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30 Apr 15 to 3 May 15The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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27 Apr 15 to 1 May 15The Garage, Norwich :: V602991522
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24 Apr 15 to 26 Apr 15Lyric Theatre, Belfast :: V552
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22 Apr 15 to 25 Apr 15Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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11 Apr 15 to 18 Apr 15Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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25 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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24 Mar 15 to 29 Mar 15Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
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23 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
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20 Mar 15 to 22 Mar 15Theatre Royal Stratford East, Outer London :: V337
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3 Mar 15 to 4 Mar 15Bridport Arts Centre, Bridport :: V909
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3 Jun 14 to 7 Jun 14Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
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20 May 14 to 23 May 14Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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12 May 14 to 14 May 14Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
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6 May 14 to 10 May 14Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
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3 May 14 to 4 May 14The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
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1 May 14 to 3 May 14Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6
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28 Apr 14 to 2 May 14National Theatre, West End :: V400
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28 Apr 14 to 3 May 14Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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28 Apr 14 to 3 May 14Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
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22 Apr 14 to 26 Apr 14Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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14 Apr 14 to 16 Apr 14Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
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31 Mar 14 to 5 Apr 14Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
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7 Mar 14 to 8 Mar 14South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
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18 Jun 13 to 22 Jun 13Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
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8 May 13 to 11 May 13Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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4 May 13 to 6 May 13Lyric Theatre, Belfast :: V552
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2 May 13 to 4 May 13Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6
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29 Apr 13 to 4 May 13Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
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25 Mar 13 to 29 Mar 13Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
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21 Mar 13 to 28 Mar 13Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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10 May 12 to 12 May 12Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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2 May 12 to 5 May 12Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895
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30 Apr 12 to 5 May 12Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
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3 Apr 12 to 5 Apr 12The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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28 Mar 12 to 30 Mar 12Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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11 May 11 to 14 May 11Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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10 May 11 to 13 May 11Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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12 Apr 11 to 16 Apr 11Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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11 Apr 11 to 15 Apr 11The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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11 Apr 11 to 16 Apr 11Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935
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4 Apr 11 to 9 Apr 11Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
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29 Mar 11 to 1 Apr 11Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895
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14 Mar 11 to 19 Mar 11Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
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1 Jul 09 to 7 Jul 09Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375
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6 Apr 09 to 11 Apr 09Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
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12 May 08 to 17 May 08Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
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5 May 08 to 10 May 08NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
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23 Mar 07 to 24 Mar 07The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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16 Feb 07 to 17 Feb 07Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949
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6 Jul 05 to 12 Jul 05Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375
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26 Apr 05 to 28 Apr 05Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6
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7 Jul 04 to 13 Jul 04National Theatre, West End :: V400
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17 Jun 04 to 20 Jun 04Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655
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