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Thursday 1 October, 7.30pm

Ossett Observer presents The People's Republic of Poetry with: A Firm of Poets

A quartet of poets faces the audience; in turn they step up to the mic to perform their poems. A cross between a poetic super-group and ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’

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Wednesday 7th - Sunday 11th October

Interactive theatre meets mini-break as you play detective in the bedrooms & corridors of a real hotel

(This performance will take place at The Bradford Hotel)

 

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Friday 16th October
Imove - breath[e] : LESS

Three performers, one DJ. A crowd. 

A new kind of performance/ gig experience. Dancing is allowed.

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Friday 23rd October
Grace Surman - Things Stack Up

Yorkshire Dance Amplified is working in partnership with Theatre in the Mill to offer audiences an opportunity to engage with its work and artists mid-development.

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Friday 30th October
Chris Goode and Company - Weaklings

Inspired by and loosely based on the notorious blog of writer and artist Dennis Cooper, Weaklings disorientingly blurs fiction and documentary, fact and fantasy, to create a compelling portrait of people on the edge.

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Friday 6th - Saturday 7th November 154 Collective - Under the Bed

Told using performance, music, live animation and film, Under the Bed is a compelling new play about childhood trauma and what happens when nightmares are indistinguishable from reality.

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Greg Wohead presents Comeback Special (work in progress showing)

Friday 13th November

Jam sessions, patter with a Southern drawl, big dance numbers and a bit of sweat: this is a solo reenactment of Elvis Presley's 1968 Comeback Special.

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Friday 20th November
Hercules Productions - Prison Game

Developed through real life accounts, Prison Game tells the story of an unsuspecting young boy and the extraordinary experiences that life challenges him with throughout his journey into adulthood.

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Saturday 21st November
Natalie Diddams - Thesmophoriazusae

Feminist activist and theatre maker Natalie Diddams presents a work in progress sharing of her adaptation of Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusae, investigating how the gender politics of comedy (and the comedy of gender politics) has been used to silence... and how it can be used to empower.

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Wednesday 25th –Saturday 28th November
Selina Thompson - Dark and Lovely

Selina Thompson has been exploring afro hair: its politics, its connotations, its history and what it tells us about being Black, British and Female in the UK today.

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Friday 4th December
Louisa Claughton - Have I Got This Wrong?

This is my attempt to work out what gender means to me. I’m mapping it out, retracing my steps and trying to work out how I got here.

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British Science Festival at Theatre in the Mill

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