Theatre & Comedy

This Month…

  • 1st Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

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  • 1st Nov, 7:30 pm

    Collision Course

    Collision Course is the story of two friends that hold opposing views who are hiding out in a garage during their last moments at the end of the world.
    As the end draws closer, tensions rise and their friendship is tested as they try to understand the truth behind what is happening and if they can co-exists regardless of their differences.
    Staring Sean Chriscole and Mike Coombes.
    Contains strong language, smoking and strobe lighting.

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  • 2nd Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

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  • 2nd Nov, 7:30 pm

    Collision Course

    Collision Course is the story of two friends that hold opposing views who are hiding out in a garage during their last moments at the end of the world.
    As the end draws closer, tensions rise and their friendship is tested as they try to understand the truth behind what is happening and if they can co-exists regardless of their differences.
    Staring Sean Chriscole and Mike Coombes.
    Contains strong language, smoking and strobe lighting.

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  • 3rd Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

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  • 4th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Let's See What Happens

    Suggestions from the audience inspire anecdotes and musings from a guest actor, comedian or raconteur which then forms the basis for a variety of sketches and scenes created on the spot by a team of top improvisers from the North West's top Improv troupe, CSzUK who recently celebrated fifteen years of laughter. It's a comedy night like no other in Manchester and no two shows are the same, melding theatre, stand up comedy and improvised scenes.

    The show runs on the first Saturday of every month and is a great opportunity to see some of the best rising talent on the Manchester Stand Up scene team up with the North West's top improvisers all for the cost of a pint.

    £3.00

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  • 7th Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

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  • 9th Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

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  • 10th Nov, 7:30 pm

    IMPROVISED RADIO PLAY FOR RNIB

    The group behind popular improv shows ComedySportz and Let's See What Happens (also at the Kings) will be performing an improvised radio play to raise money for the RNIB. The group will be creating a world entirely without visuals using only their voices to create characters and sounds. The format, called a BAT, is performed in complete darkness and audience members are also encouraged to close their eyes to get the full experience.

    Straddling comedy and drama with masterful precision, the show will be accessible to those with sighting loss and all proceeds will go to the Royal National Institute for the Blind which has been providing practical and emotional support for those with sighting loss since 1868. Entry costs only £3 and donations will also be gratefully accepted.

    Oh. And there'll be cake. So really you just have no excuse to miss out on this unique night of improv.

    More information on RNIB charity events can be found here: http://www.rnib.org.uk/tea-rnib

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  • 13th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Scripts Aloud - Full Length Marathon for You by Laura Ferrin, Directed by Abey Bradbury

    'Marathon for You' tells the story of three twenty-something Yorkshire women who feel truly lost. The piece is a love letter to my tight knit group of friends and the city, in which we've all broken many a heel and many a heart.

    A script in hand performance, with audience feedback

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  • 15th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others

    How would you behave if the city in which you have grown up, worked and made your life suddenly becomes your prison? How would you react if the shops no longer had food for everyone? If your flat no longer had heating, running water and electricity? How would your relations with your family, your friends, your neighbours, be affected when all are in a state of perpetual hunger?

     

    Elena, Katia and Olga have to face these questions. They live in an important city rich in history and culture. Every summer they can leave it to holiday in the countryside. But in June 1941, thatlife will change dramatically. Hitler invades the Soviet Union, and Leningrad is surrounded by the German army. A siege of the city will start in September that will last 872 days. Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others was inspired by the diaries of women, who lived through this siege, to explore what everyday existence must have been like, and all the dilemmas raise by the struggle for survival in a community cut off from everything.

     

    A censorship of the realities of the blockade was imposed by the Soviet Union for many years. Many records and diaries were destroyed or suppressed, so that the story is unknown to many people to this day and can be a contentious subject still in Russia.

     

    The aim of this play is to bring the story of the siege to a wider audience, and to give a voice to some of the women who endured it.

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  • 16th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others

    How would you behave if the city in which you have grown up, worked and made your life suddenly becomes your prison? How would you react if the shops no longer had food for everyone? If your flat no longer had heating, running water and electricity? How would your relations with your family, your friends, your neighbours, be affected when all are in a state of perpetual hunger?

     

    Elena, Katia and Olga have to face these questions. They live in an important city rich in history and culture. Every summer they can leave it to holiday in the countryside. But in June 1941, thatlife will change dramatically. Hitler invades the Soviet Union, and Leningrad is surrounded by the German army. A siege of the city will start in September that will last 872 days. Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others was inspired by the diaries of women, who lived through this siege, to explore what everyday existence must have been like, and all the dilemmas raise by the struggle for survival in a community cut off from everything.

     

    A censorship of the realities of the blockade was imposed by the Soviet Union for many years. Many records and diaries were destroyed or suppressed, so that the story is unknown to many people to this day and can be a contentious subject still in Russia.

     

    The aim of this play is to bring the story of the siege to a wider audience, and to give a voice to some of the women who endured it.

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  • 17th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others

    How would you behave if the city in which you have grown up, worked and made your life suddenly becomes your prison? How would you react if the shops no longer had food for everyone? If your flat no longer had heating, running water and electricity? How would your relations with your family, your friends, your neighbours, be affected when all are in a state of perpetual hunger?

     

    Elena, Katia and Olga have to face these questions. They live in an important city rich in history and culture. Every summer they can leave it to holiday in the countryside. But in June 1941, thatlife will change dramatically. Hitler invades the Soviet Union, and Leningrad is surrounded by the German army. A siege of the city will start in September that will last 872 days. Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others was inspired by the diaries of women, who lived through this siege, to explore what everyday existence must have been like, and all the dilemmas raise by the struggle for survival in a community cut off from everything.

     

    A censorship of the realities of the blockade was imposed by the Soviet Union for many years. Many records and diaries were destroyed or suppressed, so that the story is unknown to many people to this day and can be a contentious subject still in Russia.

     

    The aim of this play is to bring the story of the siege to a wider audience, and to give a voice to some of the women who endured it.

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  • 18th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others

    How would you behave if the city in which you have grown up, worked and made your life suddenly becomes your prison? How would you react if the shops no longer had food for everyone? If your flat no longer had heating, running water and electricity? How would your relations with your family, your friends, your neighbours, be affected when all are in a state of perpetual hunger?

     

    Elena, Katia and Olga have to face these questions. They live in an important city rich in history and culture. Every summer they can leave it to holiday in the countryside. But in June 1941, thatlife will change dramatically. Hitler invades the Soviet Union, and Leningrad is surrounded by the German army. A siege of the city will start in September that will last 872 days. Elena, Katia, Olga and the Others was inspired by the diaries of women, who lived through this siege, to explore what everyday existence must have been like, and all the dilemmas raise by the struggle for survival in a community cut off from everything.

     

    A censorship of the realities of the blockade was imposed by the Soviet Union for many years. Many records and diaries were destroyed or suppressed, so that the story is unknown to many people to this day and can be a contentious subject still in Russia.

     

    The aim of this play is to bring the story of the siege to a wider audience, and to give a voice to some of the women who endured it.

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  • 20th Nov, 7:30 pm

    The Life and Crimes of Reverend Raccoon

    Reverend Raccoon is a man of many faces: conman, faith healer and US Army reservist. Now he’s escaped federal detention, is about to deliver one of his final sermons and share the divine knowledge he has acquired on his journey. Join the Reverend to learn how God found him, why he believes, and why you should always choose the baked potato option. A one man black comedy about why some people need to keep the faith:

    'Scarily convincing' Right Up Our Street.

    'Wonderful, bizarre, wacky, brilliantly inventive production' Buxton Fringe Review.

    Brought to you from the team behind The Last Motel and award nominated Shadow On Their Wall:

    'Engaging, clever and with a manipulative edge…couldn't help but be reminded of the Coen Brothers' ★★★★ EdFringeReview.com

    ‘A descent into darkness, alarming yet compassionate heart-stopping' ★★★★ FringeGuru.com

    Directed by Marcus J Bazley, written by JJ Fletcher and starring Gareth Watkins.

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  • 21st Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

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  • 22nd Nov, 7:30 pm

    Noir

    A single spotlight illuminates a detective stood under a streetlight, fog swirls around his feet as he lights his cigar, he leans against a brick wall as jazz music echoes around the streets. Welcome to the world of NOIR.
     
    Multi award winning Vertigo Theatre Productions ( Porno Chic, Black Ice, Last Dance, Ascension, M, The Great American 80s Soap Opera etc) are back after their recent triumph with the play Watching Goldfish Suffocate that picked up 2 awards at The GMF awards, this time with their most ambitious and exciting play ever, Noir.
     
    Loosely inspired by a shocking true modern-day story, Noir relocates it back to 1950 America.
     
    Veronica Smart is a beautiful 36-year-old woman married to her husband Cliff for 16 years, always wanting to be a star she’s now grown tired of the marriage and wants out. Meeting a group of teenagers at the school she works sets in motion a plan that will include seduction, passion, lies and manipulation, and by the end nobody will be left unscathed as she spins her web without consequence.
    With an eye popping black and white multimedia visual production, fog machines, underscoring and an exciting set, Noirpromises to be something you have never seen on the fringe scene before and a perfect antidote to the season that’s normally crammed with Christmas shows.
     
    Written and directed by multi award winning Craig HepworthNoir will bring the world of the 1950s Noir movies, black and white movies and pulp detective novels to the stage.
     
    Stepping in to the femme fatale lead role is award nominated Emma Morgan as Veronica Smart.
    Critically acclaimed actor and star of Porno Chic Richard Allen plays 16 year old Jimmy Flynn
    Vertigo regular Stu Reeve will play the role of Detective Sal Pelletier
    Award nominated writer Danny Clifford plays the role of husband Cliff Smart
    Grange Hill and Black Ice star Joe Slack plays teen rebel Riff Randell
    Anna Hickling making her Vertigo debut plays the virginal but corruptible Vivian Pierce
    Benjamin Gray plays high school dropout/criminal Barry Vance
    Suzi Williamson plays the strict mother Jean Pierce
    Fringe regular Luke Richards will play the abusive father Harvey Flynn
    Bekka Jane Milner star of The Great American 80s Soap Opera will play female multi roles
    More casting to be announced.
     
    Noir opens Nov 22nd at The Kings Arms, Salford and plays until December 2nd. Tickets can be booked via the link below. MANY NIGHTS SOLD OUT, DON’T WAIT TO BOOK!
    The play is 2hrs and 15 mins long (2hrs 30 with an interval). Please note this production is not suited for under 14 year olds and does contain brief nudity. So book today for the show sure to heat up those cold winter nights

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  • 23rd Nov, 7:00 pm

    Lukas Kirkby - In Tune but Out of Character

    Lukas Kirkby brings half an hour of a work in progress show featuring silly songs and weirdly wonderful characters. Also joining him will be a couple of guest performers with some characters of their own!

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  • 23rd Nov, 7:00 pm

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    "Fantastic, farcical, clever fun... a romp of a play."
    Living Edge Magazine

    “The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute must-see!”
    Manchester's Finest

    Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr. Jane Watson on their journey from the streets of London to the Devonshire Moors as they attempt to solve the mystery of… The Hound of the Baskervilles!

    Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliantly bought to life on stage in Northern Rep’s acclaimed production.

    This inventive and hilarious comedy mystery features 2 fearless actors playing every role in this fast paced farce.

    £12 (Tue-Thu) £14 (Fri & Sat)

    Click to Book Tickets

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  • 23rd Nov, 7:30 pm

    Noir

    A single spotlight illuminates a detective stood under a streetlight, fog swirls around his feet as he lights his cigar, he leans against a brick wall as jazz music echoes around the streets. Welcome to the world of NOIR.
     
    Multi award winning Vertigo Theatre Productions ( Porno Chic, Black Ice, Last Dance, Ascension, M, The Great American 80s Soap Opera etc) are back after their recent triumph with the play Watching Goldfish Suffocate that picked up 2 awards at The GMF awards, this time with their most ambitious and exciting play ever, Noir.
     
    Loosely inspired by a shocking true modern-day story, Noir relocates it back to 1950 America.
     
    Veronica Smart is a beautiful 36-year-old woman married to her husband Cliff for 16 years, always wanting to be a star she’s now grown tired of the marriage and wants out. Meeting a group of teenagers at the school she works sets in motion a plan that will include seduction, passion, lies and manipulation, and by the end nobody will be left unscathed as she spins her web without consequence.
    With an eye popping black and white multimedia visual production, fog machines, underscoring and an exciting set, Noirpromises to be something you have never seen on the fringe scene before and a perfect antidote to the season that’s normally crammed with Christmas shows.
     
    Written and directed by multi award winning Craig HepworthNoir will bring the world of the 1950s Noir movies, black and white movies and pulp detective novels to the stage.
     
    Stepping in to the femme fatale lead role is award nominated Emma Morgan as Veronica Smart.
    Critically acclaimed actor and star of Porno Chic Richard Allen plays 16 year old Jimmy Flynn
    Vertigo regular Stu Reeve will play the role of Detective Sal Pelletier
    Award nominated writer Danny Clifford plays the role of husband Cliff Smart
    Grange Hill and Black Ice star Joe Slack plays teen rebel Riff Randell
    Anna Hickling making her Vertigo debut plays the virginal but corruptible Vivian Pierce
    Benjamin Gray plays high school dropout/criminal Barry Vance
    Suzi Williamson plays the strict mother Jean Pierce
    Fringe regular Luke Richards will play the abusive father Harvey Flynn
    Bekka Jane Milner star of The Great American 80s Soap Opera will play female multi roles
    More casting to be announced.
     
    Noir opens Nov 22nd at The Kings Arms, Salford and plays until December 2nd. Tickets can be booked via the link below. MANY NIGHTS SOLD OUT, DON’T WAIT TO BOOK!
    The play is 2hrs and 15 mins long (2hrs 30 with an interval). Please note this production is not suited for under 14 year olds and does contain brief nudity. So book today for the show sure to heat up those cold winter nights

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  • 25th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Noir

    A single spotlight illuminates a detective stood under a streetlight, fog swirls around his feet as he lights his cigar, he leans against a brick wall as jazz music echoes around the streets. Welcome to the world of NOIR.
     
    Multi award winning Vertigo Theatre Productions ( Porno Chic, Black Ice, Last Dance, Ascension, M, The Great American 80s Soap Opera etc) are back after their recent triumph with the play Watching Goldfish Suffocate that picked up 2 awards at The GMF awards, this time with their most ambitious and exciting play ever, Noir.
     
    Loosely inspired by a shocking true modern-day story, Noir relocates it back to 1950 America.
     
    Veronica Smart is a beautiful 36-year-old woman married to her husband Cliff for 16 years, always wanting to be a star she’s now grown tired of the marriage and wants out. Meeting a group of teenagers at the school she works sets in motion a plan that will include seduction, passion, lies and manipulation, and by the end nobody will be left unscathed as she spins her web without consequence.
    With an eye popping black and white multimedia visual production, fog machines, underscoring and an exciting set, Noirpromises to be something you have never seen on the fringe scene before and a perfect antidote to the season that’s normally crammed with Christmas shows.
     
    Written and directed by multi award winning Craig HepworthNoir will bring the world of the 1950s Noir movies, black and white movies and pulp detective novels to the stage.
     
    Stepping in to the femme fatale lead role is award nominated Emma Morgan as Veronica Smart.
    Critically acclaimed actor and star of Porno Chic Richard Allen plays 16 year old Jimmy Flynn
    Vertigo regular Stu Reeve will play the role of Detective Sal Pelletier
    Award nominated writer Danny Clifford plays the role of husband Cliff Smart
    Grange Hill and Black Ice star Joe Slack plays teen rebel Riff Randell
    Anna Hickling making her Vertigo debut plays the virginal but corruptible Vivian Pierce
    Benjamin Gray plays high school dropout/criminal Barry Vance
    Suzi Williamson plays the strict mother Jean Pierce
    Fringe regular Luke Richards will play the abusive father Harvey Flynn
    Bekka Jane Milner star of The Great American 80s Soap Opera will play female multi roles
    More casting to be announced.
     
    Noir opens Nov 22nd at The Kings Arms, Salford and plays until December 2nd. Tickets can be booked via the link below. MANY NIGHTS SOLD OUT, DON’T WAIT TO BOOK!
    The play is 2hrs and 15 mins long (2hrs 30 with an interval). Please note this production is not suited for under 14 year olds and does contain brief nudity. So book today for the show sure to heat up those cold winter nights

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  • 27th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Scripts Aloud

    Scripts Aloud
    Several short plays performed script in hand followed by audience feedback.

    Caffeine by Sean Fee
    Directed by Joel Parry

    A Satsuma and a Chat by Steve Connolly
    Directed by Natasha Davidson

    After You by Joan McGee
    Directed by Joe Gilmour Rees

    The Waiting Room by Tom George
    Directed by Leni Murphy

    Doors open - 7.15 pm

    Performance starts - 7.30 pm

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  • 28th Nov, 7:30 pm

    Noir

    A single spotlight illuminates a detective stood under a streetlight, fog swirls around his feet as he lights his cigar, he leans against a brick wall as jazz music echoes around the streets. Welcome to the world of NOIR.
     
    Multi award winning Vertigo Theatre Productions ( Porno Chic, Black Ice, Last Dance, Ascension, M, The Great American 80s Soap Opera etc) are back after their recent triumph with the play Watching Goldfish Suffocate that picked up 2 awards at The GMF awards, this time with their most ambitious and exciting play ever, Noir.
     
    Loosely inspired by a shocking true modern-day story, Noir relocates it back to 1950 America.
     
    Veronica Smart is a beautiful 36-year-old woman married to her husband Cliff for 16 years, always wanting to be a star she’s now grown tired of the marriage and wants out. Meeting a group of teenagers at the school she works sets in motion a plan that will include seduction, passion, lies and manipulation, and by the end nobody will be left unscathed as she spins her web without consequence.
    With an eye popping black and white multimedia visual production, fog machines, underscoring and an exciting set, Noirpromises to be something you have never seen on the fringe scene before and a perfect antidote to the season that’s normally crammed with Christmas shows.
     
    Written and directed by multi award winning Craig HepworthNoir will bring the world of the 1950s Noir movies, black and white movies and pulp detective novels to the stage.
     
    Stepping in to the femme fatale lead role is award nominated Emma Morgan as Veronica Smart.
    Critically acclaimed actor and star of Porno Chic Richard Allen plays 16 year old Jimmy Flynn
    Vertigo regular Stu Reeve will play the role of Detective Sal Pelletier
    Award nominated writer Danny Clifford plays the role of husband Cliff Smart
    Grange Hill and Black Ice star Joe Slack plays teen rebel Riff Randell
    Anna Hickling making her Vertigo debut plays the virginal but corruptible Vivian Pierce
    Benjamin Gray plays high school dropout/criminal Barry Vance
    Suzi Williamson plays the strict mother Jean Pierce
    Fringe regular Luke Richards will play the abusive father Harvey Flynn
    Bekka Jane Milner star of The Great American 80s Soap Opera will play female multi roles
    More casting to be announced.
     
    Noir opens Nov 22nd at The Kings Arms, Salford and plays until December 2nd. Tickets can be booked via the link below. MANY NIGHTS SOLD OUT, DON’T WAIT TO BOOK!
    The play is 2hrs and 15 mins long (2hrs 30 with an interval). Please note this production is not suited for under 14 year olds and does contain brief nudity. So book today for the show sure to heat up those cold winter nights

    Click to Book Tickets

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We would like to give a warm welcome to the award winning Rising Moon Productions who are now programming all theatre and comedy upstairs. They are seeking shows for upcoming seasons, so if you are a theatre company, comedian, sketch group, promoter, producer, poet, artist, contortionist, magician, mentalist or dance troupe and you’d like to put on a performance at The Kings Arms, we want to hear from you!

Email us here, tell us about yourself and your project and whether you would just like to hire the space or would like us to produce your script and we can help.