Enjoy A Night At Leeds Playhouse
26 November 2018, 00:00 | Updated: 26 November 2018, 10:28
Leeds Playhouse is undergoing a major redevelopment. The new look Playhouse will open in autumn 2019! Meanwhile you can still see amazing shows on stage at the Leeds Playhouse Pop-Up theatre.
Why not gift a loved one with tickets to a magical show this Christmas or take the family for a fun night at the theatre over the holidays?
WHAT’S ON AT LEEDS PLAYHOUSE
A Christmas Carol
Experience the magic this Christmas with the timeless Charles Dickens tale of Ebenezer Scrooge in Victorian Leeds. As the cold nights draw in, ghostly spirits take Ebenezer on a magical journey through his past, his present and his future. With music and magic at its heart, the classic story is brought vividly to life.
20th November 2018 – 19th January 2019
An adaptation of Barry Hines’ much loved 1960s story of Billy Casper and his kestrel Kes. Billy casper is just another one of those kids off the estate; living with his mother and bully of a brother, Jud. He’s all alone, then he finds ‘Kes’. Stick legs. Big head. Pile of scruff.
25th January – 16th February
By an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director. An ordinary day in the ordinary life of an ordinary family. The clock blinks 7.37am, a rushed breakfast, and then off to join the hustle and bustle of the world outside. And then one random act changes everything…
4th February – 16th February
A thrilling contemporary version of Shakespeare’s classic tells the tale of a young Hamlet, returning from University to attend the funeral of her father only to have her world turned upside down.
1st March – 30th March
Around the World in 80 Days
This fabulously fun, fast paced Easter treat for all the family will transport you into the far-flung realms of imagination. Accompanied by his valet Passepartout, and with Scotland Yard’s finest Fix of the Yard hot on his heels, can our hero make it back in time or will his plans be thwarted?
9th – 28th April
Be My Baby
A moving tale of young women in the 1960s where the Ronettes and the Dixie Cups are riding high in the charts. Featuring pop music of the period Be My Baby is an incredibly story told with warmth and humour and is one of the most widely performed modern, British plays.
11th May – 1st June