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Shakespeare's

Hamlet

June 17 - 19 2021

Monday 21st June @ 9pm

 

A wonderful, annual, Playbox tradition! Join us for a special evening of music, song, Shakespeare, dance and circus, as we celebrate the Summer Solstice.

 

Performed by Playbox members past and present, this is going to be a magical event, and a perfect special treat for all the family.

 

Bring a blanket and watch the sun set, as we entertain you on our new, outdoor, Phoenix Theatre stage.

 

The café will be open throughout, serving a range of delicious treats.

 

This is a ‘Pay What You Can’ event, and we’d love to see you there.

 

Running time: Approx. 30 mins

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Monday 26 @ 4:30PM

 

“Mum says that Percy’s gone. So I’m going to find him.”

Finding Percy Erebus is an enchanting, joyful, and moving story that follows the journey of an 8-year-old child after the death of their best friend, Percy.

Dazzling magic, a stunning original soundtrack, and countless costume changes carry the child from their bedroom to the bottom of the ocean. With curiosity and determination, they explore a magical world and come to terms with the impossible: Finding Percy Erebus.

★★★★★ Theatre Weekly

★★★★ A Younger Theatre

Created by Elephant Talk Theatre of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, in partnership with Applecart Arts, generously funded by Arts Council England.

Mentored by bereavement charities and Dr Sarah Wassall, Clinical Psychologist.

Recommended for adults, families, and children aged 8+.

Content to consider: themes of death, loss, and grief

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WHAT the critics SAY

Stockholm proves once again that Playbox Theatre is one of the most radical and brilliant theatre companies around.”

NICK LE MESURIER,

LEAMINGTON COURIER

Stockholm (2017)

“This bold new work brilliantly thrust the audience back face-to-face with

the horrific human reality of mass migration… it showcased an inspired young ensemble… this was truly something else.”

STEVE SUTHERLAND,

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON HERALD

Paradise Kill (2016)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Playbox is one of the most radical and brilliant theatre companies around.

NICK LE MESURIER,

LEAMINGTON COURIER

Medea (2019)