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Ramps on the Moon and Nottingham Playhouse present a powerful, creative and timely take on Timberlake Wertenbaker's play.
Robert Hastie's take on Peter Gill's tale of northsouth love is sympathetic and emotional, with a beautiful lead performance from Ben Batt.
A timely revival of Peter Morgan's play about David Frost's interviews with Richard Nixon is beautifully staged and powerfully acted.
Five talented performers share stories and songs in this contemporary British tribute to the tradition of the 'rent party'.
Charming, affectionate and exuberant - this latest version of the Wizard of Oz is a magical crowd-pleaser.
Chekhov's classic is given a fresh update in this beautifully staged and passionately acted production.
Eugene O'Neill's classic play is beautifully staged in this evocative production at the Crucible Theatre.
Chris Thompson's new play offers a witty and cutting take on the meaning of family, performed by an excellent cast.
How do families work What happens when adult children flee the nest And what happens when you're born deaf into a hearing family Nina Raine's funny and frank portrait of a family grapplin…
Robert Hastie's debut at Sheffield Theatres features some electrifying scenes as it sets Julius Caesar in the present-day.
This new musical from Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae fizzes with energy and warmth - a must-see
Annie Get Your Gun is another crowd-pleasing musical from Sheffield Theatres, featuring a winning performance from Anna-Jane Casey and showcasing many of Irving Berlin's finest songs.
This story of teenage friendship is a funny and touching new play with three fantastic performances from talented young actors.
The English Touring TheatreSheffield Theatres adaptation of DH Lawrence's classic is a tender adaptation with an atmospheric soundscape. Even though it contains full-frontal nudity and sexu…
Kieran Knowles' powerful and energetic play takes us to the heart of World War 2 - and the heart of Sheffield - through the eyes of four young steelworkers.
The award-winning new play from Charlene James is a vibrant and engaging piece that shines a light on the horrors of FGM as experienced through the eyes of two teenagers.
Sheffield People's Theatre present a fantastical fun take on Shakespeare... set iin a hospital
Mike Bartlett's taught and darkly-black workplace satire is an assured directorial debut for Lisa Blair, with two commanding lead performances.