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Monthly Archives: October 2009

Tickets Nearly Sold Out

All the tickets on sale in the union for the trial have now sold out… there may yet be a few avaialble from ‘leedstickets.com’ Hurry. Share on Facebook

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Tickets on Sale in the Union NOW!

Just another reminder that we are going to be in the union 10 – 4 TODAY and FRIDAY selling tickets, so please come along and buy one whilst you still can! Things are selling well online so make sure you don’t miss out… There are just three opportunities to see ‘the trial’ at the Workshop […]

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Tickets for the Trial – On Sale Now

Just to let you know that you’ll be able to buy your tickets for ‘The Trial’ on ‘Leeds Tickets’ http://www.facebook.com/l/f1a75;leedstickets.com from tomorrow morning OR from a table in the union on Thursday and Friday 10 – 4pm. If you buy them direct from us then you won’t have to pay the 50p booking fee but […]

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theatre group: the crucible

not a workshop production, but the directors, producers and some of the actors are workshop students! Share on Facebook

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On Stage Tonight at the Workshop Theatre

On stage tonight at the Workshop Theatre, and as part of the continuing collaboration between the the Leeds Met Gallery Theatre and Studio and the WT, we have Faulty Optic. World renowned for its haunting tales, visual theatre, strange animated figures and dark humour, Faulty Optic presents the eccentric, droll and compassionate new production.. FishClayPerspex […]

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Third Year

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New face at the Workshop Theatre

The Workshop Theatre is delighted to welcome Dr Chukwuma Okoye to join us. Dr Okoye – usually known as Chuks – comes to us from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. he has won a highly prestigious Newton International Fellowship to research at Leeds for the next two years, looking at popular theatre forms in […]

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“A Fire is Burning” PREVIEW: Q&A with the directors of The Crucible (Leeds Student Newspaper)

Miller’s classic, which is being directed by final year Workshop Theatre students Eloise Colin and Laura Nagel, will be performed at Stage@Leeds next Wed-Sat (28th-31st). Would be great to see you there. Below is a preview that will be published this Friday in Leeds Student Arts section. What is the play about? One man’s struggle […]

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The Trial – Theatre Studies Production 09

It’s time to blog ‘The Trial’… As most of you will (hopefully!) have heard, the WT is venturing out into student productions with a production of the trial this year. We are officially two weeks into our rehearsal process, with two weeks remaining… it’s having to be a fairly speedy process… In terms of what’s […]

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the trial in rehearsal

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the view from down here

Written and Directed by Max Dorey Amy Marchant Rebekah Ricketts Nick Coupe Ed Attrill Share on Facebook

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lighting up

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Scatter Collective on their way back the the Workshop Theatre

The Scatter Collective are a new theatre company, with a few faces most of you would recognise. Cara, Becky & Shooee, all recent graduates, have had plenty of success recently with ‘Mapped’ (a review is below) and the good news is that they’re hoping to bring the show to the Workshop Theatre in February 2010. […]

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The new Leeds Met season begins at the Workshop Theatre

from the Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery & Studio Theatre website: The new season begins! Opening with Oliver Bray’s Villa (14 & 15 October) the theatre season begins this week. Oliver’s funny one-man show is the perfect opening to this mobile season which starts at the Workshop Theatre, University of Leeds and ends in the Leeds […]

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Film makers, prop makers, budding lighting designers… all wanted.

Anyone who fancies getting to grips with our film making equipment… including the Sony Anycast (pictured) should get in touch with me soon. We’re looking for someone to make a film of the trial and we expect a fair few volunteers… so don’t think about it for too long… get in touch now. We also […]

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