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Grid Iron0131-558 1879
Site-specific theatre is probably the most vigorously disciplined, and, when it's nice, exhilarating form of theatre you can come across. And when is it nice? When Grid Iron does
ScotlandEdinburghEdinburghEH7 4HU   85 E Claremont Street
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SLB Distribution & Promotion Services07766 446 132
SLB Distribution was established by Simon Brown in 2002 to supply leaflet and poster distribution for local theatres and attractions in the Leicester area. A huge network of sites already existed as Simon was Leicester's DeMontfort Hall & Northampton's Royal and Derngate Theatre print distributor. As our client base grew so did the amount of display locations and the amount of material to be
East MidlandsLeicestershireLeicesterLE1   31 Rutland Street
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Desperate Men0117 939 3902
Desperate Men - you can use this website to find out about our current shows and projects, who we're, what we do, and something about our background. Our most recent work about evolution and extinction, Darwin and the Dodo, premiered at the Natural History Museum in 2008 and has played throughout the UK and abroad. You can watch several of Darwin and the Dodo here. We work with a broad array of customers and provide animations, including Film Crew, Dancing Bears? Cheese, The Pirates, Rubbish
South West EnglandBristolBristolBS5 6JL   Cato Street
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Stoke On Trent Repertory Theatre01782 209897
A touching comedy about broken promises and bee-keeping. All is not well in the Humble hive. Thirty-five-year-old Felix Humble is a Cambridge astro-physicist in search of a unified field theory. Following the sudden death of his father, Felix returns to his middle England home and his difficult and demanding mother, where he soon realises that his search for unity must include his own chaotic home life which includes, among others, his mother's rather questionable boyfriend, George, George's
West MidlandsStaffordshireStoke-on-TrentST4 2TR   Leek Road
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Bristol Old Vic Theatre School0117 973 3535
The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School was opened in 1946 by Laurence Olivier as a training school for the Bristol Old Vic Company. It initially started its life in one room in a pretty though cramped building behind the Bristol Old Vic stage door. It was affectionately then known as the fruit school as it was close to the fruit and vegetable markets, which surrounded the theatre. In 1954, Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade wrote for the Theatre School, the musical Salad Days. It went on to achieve
South West EnglandBristolBristolBS8 2XF   1-2 Downside Road
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Wish Theatre024 76688122
Originally known as Tell-Tale and then WISH Theatre, the staff behind Imagine is Steve Boden, Sarah Boden and Iain Lauchlan, along with a great supporting staff. All Imagine's pantomime scripts are written by Iain Lauchlan and Will Brenton who are finest known as the creators of the hit kids's TV shows Tweenies, Fun Song Factory, Boo! BB3B and Jim Jam and
West MidlandsWest MidlandsCoventryCV6 7ND   Little Heath Industrial Est, Old Church Road
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Pomegranate Theatre01246 345222
In 1879 Stephenson Memorial Hall opened as a tribute to George Stephenson. During 1889 The Hall was purchased by Chesterfield Corporation. December 1946 saw the expiry of lease of Hall to Cinema Company, so in June 1947 a Public Appeal of Guarantee fund of J5, 000 was organised by local amateur societies. In February 1949 the opening ceremony was performed by Miss. Kathleen Harrison, which was followed by the 1st performance of 1st presentation, See How They Run by Philip King on Febraury 21
East MidlandsDerbyshireChesterfieldS41 7TX   Corporation Street
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Big House Events0131 669 6366
Stuart has worked as Production Manager for several theatre firms since 1998. With a background in theatre production and set construction, Stuart channelled his talents into production management for theatre firms across Scotland such as Benchtours and the National Theatre of Scotland. In his spare time Stuart likes to dabble in cooking and deep sea diving. Stuart joined forces with Ewen in 2003 to form Big House
ScotlandEdinburghEdinburghEH15 1DW   1 Portobello High St
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Mads01625 428056
MADS have been producing quality, live drama in Macclesfield, Cheshire for over fifty years; 40 of them at the Little Theatre In Lord Street. We produce 5 plays each season and there is always something to get involved in - acting, directing, lighting, sound, costumes, set building, and much, much more. Come and see our plays for a great night out. Details of up and comming plays and events are published on the site. Please browse the site to discover whats on at MADS little theatre,
North West EnglandCheshireMacclesfieldSK11 6SY   The Little Theatre/Lord Street
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Broadway Plaza 12 - Cinema in Birmingham0121 455 0497
Want a day out with a difference or a night out you'll never forget? Look no further than Broadway Plaza Five Ways - a whole world of entertainment in one neat, safe location, providing 1400 spaces of several of the finest parking facilities in Birmingham. Don't worry about those long winter months, you can beat the chill at Broadway Plaza! We currently have something for everyone, whether you are a student, out with the family, or need somewhere different to host your business meetings! Catch
West MidlandsWest MidlandsBirminghamB16   Ladywood Middleway
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