Doncaster Theatre Guide Spring 2017 by Emma Gullon

History for all the family.

Disgusting Doncaster! @CAST, Waterdale Doncaster. 7th-8th April. (performance times vary)

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Talegate Theatre Productions presents a family adventure that takes us back in time to the history of our town. Co produced by the writer of Discover Doncaster and with a Horrible Histories vibe to it, Disgusting Doncaster is a brand new show that children of all ages will enjoy.  From the Romans to the Mallard,  Doncaster has certainly had its fair share of horrifying, filthy tales from some of the most famous periods of history. And now through silly sketches, songs and even SMELLS, Disgusting Doncaster will bring all those exciting moments vividly to life!

Get your Easter off to historic start by coming to see this educational and entertaining experience! Tickets £10.50 (£9 Cons)

The Miner’s Strike Retold.

Undermined @ CAST Second Space, Waterdale Doncaster. 15th March.

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There is no getting away from the massive impact The Miner’s Strike had on Doncaster’s community. Now Edinburgh Fringe performer Danny Mellor brings his first touring independent performance to CAST to give a fresh take on those affected. One pint, one chair, one actor and an old school soundtrack  is all that’s needed to retell true stories from 1984 and those most affected by the strike.

Undermined is a scarily relevant show especially at a time when once again, some people are struggling to keep hold everything except the values of love and friendship.

Tickets £10.50 (£9 Cons)

A Comedy of Role Swaps.

If I Were You @Phoenix Theatre Bawtry 4th-11th March.
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A new hilarious play comes to Bawtry this Spring. Written by Alan Ayckbourn If I Were You is a comedy about saving a family and a marriage through walking in the each other’s’ shoes-literally! The Rodales are a family falling apart on all sides. The spark in Jill and Mall’s marriage seems to have burnt out, and their children Sam and Chrissie bring in one problem after another. But one day they wake up to find they have switched bodies! Mal finds out what it’s like to be a housewife wife while Jill works on fixi a father and son relationship that’s teetering on the rocks. But will this be enough to save their marriage?

Head on down to Bawtry and laugh along with this comedy of errors! Tickets are £8 (£7 cons)
High Seas Adventure comes to Doncaster.

Treasure Island. Doncaster Little Theatre,1 King Street, off East Laith Gate, Doncaster DN1 1JD 23rd-25th March.

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Treasure Island is being bought to life by The Doncaster Little Theatre Players. Adapted from the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel, this swash buckling adventure will be sure to entertain families of all ages.Follow Jim Hawkins as he joins a pirate crew, ruled by the infamous Long John Silver in search of Captain Flint’s long lost treasure. But is the one-legged man to be trusted? And will Jim make it back in one piece?

To find out, come to Doncaster Little Theatre this March and have your swords at the ready! Tickets are £10 (£8 cons and under 16).

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About emma gullon

Hi, My name's Emma and this is Curious Reviews! I write reviews for different performing arts events in the Yorkshire Region, focusing primarily on the intimate spaces such as CAST Doncaster, The Crucible Sheffield and York Theatre Royal.

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