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Avoid the last-minute scramble for change and buy your ice-creams when you book your tickets.
Showing all 34 shows(s).
5-20 Sept: David Ireland's brutal and hilarious satire of love and hate dives into the darkest heart of the modern love story.
12 - 27 Sept: Life-altering secrets are revealed and tensions explode in Tennessee Williams' classic tale.
30 Sept- 1 Oct: A hit at Edinburgh Fringe 2013, Tom Walton’s playful and charming show intertwines stories and moments of humanness and a magical interlude.
30 Sept - 3 Oct: Steven is a believer - he believes in reason, logic and humanity. The Psychic believes in the spirits. The dead are always right.
1 - 3 Oct: Physical theatre company Gecko return with an intimate, funny and moving exploration of what it means to care.
2 Oct: Script reading group for over-60s. Come in and explore texts over tea and a scone.
4 Oct: A Northern Stage hire Dudman Academy Of Performing Arts present their new show.
7-11 Oct: Roy Williams brings Sophocles' text up to date in a contemporary telling of this classic story.
16 Oct: Our popular scratch night showcasing local theatre-makers upcoming work.
Wed 15 Oct, 9.15am
15 Oct: Improve your communication and presentation skills by booking onto one of our Communication Skills Workshops.
17 Oct: Come and discuss ideas and what feminist theatre might mean.
21 Oct: Rowan McCabe’s new show about North East identity.
21-22 Oct: Dazzling visuals frame a dynamic fusion of hip-hop and martial arts in an explosive tribute to manga, Japan’s popular graphic novel form.
Thu 23 Oct, 9.15am
23 Oct: Improve your communication and presentation skills by booking onto one of our Communication Skills Workshops.
24 Oct: "The highest achiever the Edinburgh Festival has seen this decade. A huge comic presence" The Times
25 Oct: See the final performance from our littlest performers after 8 weeks of hard work.
28 - 29 Oct: A multi-sensory show created for young people from 3–19 who are defined as having Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities or who are on the Autism Spectrum.
29 Oct: See what the young generation of theatre-makers have bubbling in their heads.
28 - 30 Oct: Enter a magical journey through the seasons with Charlie and Lola.
30 Oct - 1 Nov: In the world of The Gamblers there is no mercy. You play well or you lose everything.
30 Oct: Do you love talking about theatre but hate post-show discussions? Then Dialogue Theatre Club is for you.
31 Oct: Cook up ghoulish grub and sinister snacks
with McKenna’s chilling chef!
1 Nov: A Northern Stage Hire Discussion about why austerity is failing, what the alternatives are, and how we can end it.
6 Nov: Reconciliation, heritage and identity combine in this piece from Artscape Theatre Centre.
7 - 8 Nov: Memory - Identity - History - Emotion: these are the cornerstones of Biko’s Quest.
11- 15 Nov Each night four schools perform a different abridged Shakespeare play.
12 Nov: A jam-packed night of spoken word headlined by Joelle Taylor.
15 Nov - 3 Jan: The Northern Stage Christmas show for children under 6.
1 - 27 Dec: A Northern Stage Christmas production for children 7 and over and their families.
18 Dec: The legendary Suggestibles improv comedy troupe is back to wreak hilarious havoc on our Get Santa set.
23 - 28 Feb - Critically acclaimed show, based on the world famous novel by Sebastian Faulks, marking the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
24 - 25 Feb: A party in a comedy double act, in a cabaret show, in a gig, in an experimental dance performance.
17 - 18 Mar - Wim Vandekeybus' brutal confrontation of dance and music - one of the most exciting pieces of dance ever made.
Various dates FOOD: Click here to book a pre-show Meal Deal at the restaurant.
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Venue Opening Hours Northern Stage at King's Hall is open from 10:30am - 10pm daily (excluding Thursdays 10:30am - 5.00pm only / Sunday's 4:00pm - 10:00pm only). Box Office Hours In person: 10:30am - 10:00pm Mon - Wed, Fri & Sat10:30am - 5.00pm Thur4:00pm - 10:00pm Sun By telephone (no booking fees): 10:30am - 10:00pm Mon - Wed, Fri & Sat10:30am - 5.00pm Thur4:00pm - 10:00 Sun Online: 24 secure online booking (no booking fees)
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