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Police Drama: Stand By

Stand By

Thursday 21 September, 7.30pm

Macrobert Arts Centre

 

Written by a former Police Officer, Stand By shows the modern-day Police Service laid bare.

 

Four Police Officers sit in a riot van. Called out to a domestic dispute, which may turn violent. They are on stand by; waiting to enter a flat where a man is wielding a samurai sword... 

Job Vacancy: Creative Learning Manager

Macrobert Arts Centre are seeking a Creative Learning Manager to effectively lead and manage Macrobert’s Creative Learning staff and activities.

The Creative Learning Manager will have proven success in a creative learning or producing role in the arts and will have the ability to lead an experienced team of staff with confidence, enjoying getting the best out of people whilst supporting them in their own development.

Bold New Dance: MK Ultra

Slick, glossy and confrontational, MK Ultra is a bold and engaging new dance show from Rosie Kay. This time the company explore conspiracy theories, cults and celebrity, which collide in the shadowy world of the illuminati. 

After the success of 5 Soldiers in May 2016, Rosie Kay is back at Macrobert Arts Centre with a high energy, supercharged mash-up of thrilling dance, music and imagery.

Be Part of a Panto Young Cast

Macrobert Arts Centre are holding auditions on Sun 14 of May 2017 for young people to join the Young Cast for this year’s Christmas 2017 panto extravaganza, Chick Whittington

It's a fantastic opportunity to work with a highly skilled creative team who will prepare you for going on stage with a professional company. Rehearsals and performances require a high level of commitment, but you will be amazed at what you will gain from the experience.

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Rapture Theatre returns with a classic play brimming with dazzling language and iconic characters.

A rare opportunity to experience this classic American masterpiece and a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the multi-Oscar winning film.

A marathon night of drink and duplicity develops after Martha, the daughter of the college president, and her husband George invite an unsuspecting young couple round for a nightcap. Drinks flow, spiked with vicious humour, acerbic wit and tempestuous verbal sparring, but as night turns to morning, searing secrets are exposed.