Thursday 20 June
Watson & Malone have lost everything. The glory of the 1994 Winter Olympics has been ripped from their grasp by popular bouffants Torvill & Dean (who only came third due to a number of illegal lifts). Can the duo overcome their differences to reunite for one last victory and perform their infamous lost routine at Doncaster Dome? Join this documentary following their tumultuous reunion to discover if friendship - on ice! - can truly conquer all.
Are you passionate about plays? Dotty for directors? Ardent about actors? OTM return, for the third year running, with its hotly anticipated Theatre Pub Quiz. Bring friends or join a team (3-5 people per table) and test your knowledge with this theatre themed quiz. Whether you watch theatre, make theatre or just like quizzes, come and compete for our (moderately) grand prize.
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It's New Year in Rotterdam and Alice has finally plucked up the courage to email her parents and tell them she's gay. But before she can hit send, her girlfriend Fiona reveals that he has always identified as a man and now wants to start living as one named Adrian. As Adrian begins his transition, Alice must face a question she never thought she'd ask... does this mean she's straight?
Morecambe, a northern seaside town, is struggling to survive just like its inhabitants. Mandy’s avoiding her Uncle Rick’s dodgy dance moves. Sarah’s watching a festival she’s never been to on the telly. Albert’s spending the little time he has left down the pub. And Stanley’s run away from school. But will anybody notice? Does anybody care? Run Stanley Run is a new poetic play written and performed by Rowan Padmore, about bereavement, loss and loneliness.
Surge is all about stereotypes. It is about prejudice and discrimination. It is about how you see others and judge them on race, class, religion and sexuality. It is a show that hopes to challenge your perceptions, stripping you of what you think is true and reminding you of the potential you have to change your ideas.