Carrieanne Vivianette and her theatre company CViV Arts began a research development project last year and concentrated on three key subject matters: Desire and want Societal Rejection Resilience The end piece of drama “What Are You Hungry For?” draws upon various theatre techniques and wide-ranging viewpoints gleaned from the community
I was blown away by this production of Dracula: The Untold Story at Leeds Playhouse. When I first entered the Courtyard Theatre the stage setting looked very minimal but it was not to remain that way. The play is set in Marylebone police station on New Year’s Eve in 1971.
Two of Yorkshire’s best known theatre companies are set to join forces with an exciting line-up of playwrights for an afternoon of brand-new short plays written for radio and performed in front of a live audience. For the past 10 years Leeds based Slung Low have been running 15 Minutes Live and this
Leeds Playhouse finally reopens its doors with a piece specially commissioned from Northern writers to celebrate the theatre’s 50th anniversary. Audiences have been enjoying the live performances in the Courtyard Theatre from and the performance can be streamed online through Playhouse: At Home until 5 June. Decades: Stories From The
It was amazing to be back at Leeds Playhouse to see Decades: Stories From The City – six monologues specially commissioned from northern writers to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Playhouse. It seemed a little odd at first with the audience very much diminished to take into account social
Readers may remember that back in 2015 Leeds decided to bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2023. Hopes were dashed when following so much work by people across the city, UK cities were banned from entering following the vote to leave the EU. The city collectively said “Let’s