Tynemouth Priory Theatre

PERCY STREET, TYNEMOUTH, NE30 4HA

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Upcoming Performances

Mother Goose 10/01/20 - 19/01/20
Mother Goose

By Jon Dixon

Directed by Beccy Gilmore

 10th- 19th January 2020

A bespoke pantomime for the exclusive use of Tynemouth Priory Theatre.

Poor Mother Goose lives with her children Jack and Billy in Tynely Mouth Bay and dreams of being rich and beautiful. A gift of a magic goose from the fairy helps to transform her life, but is it for the better? This egg-ceedingly clever and new script, brings songs, laughter and audience participation to an eggs-travaganza you are guaranteed to enjoy.

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And A Nightingale Sang 02/03/20 - 07/03/20
And A Nightingale Sang

By C. P. Taylor

Directed by Dave Cooper

 2nd – 7th March 2020

The play follows the course of World War II as experienced by a family living in Walker and is set in and around Tyneside. The is a story of the family’s personal relationships, preoccupations, troubles and joys, brought to life by songs of the era.

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Jane Eyre 20/04/20 - 25/04/20
Jane Eyre

Adapted by Willis Hall from a novel by Charlotte Bronte

Directed by Hayley Moy & Christine Coaster

20th - 25th April 2020

170 years on, Charlotte Bronte's story of the trailblazing Jane Eyre is as inspiring as ever. This compelling adaptation loses none of the emotional force of the much loved classical novel which uncovers one woman's fight for freedom and fulfilment on her own terms. Charlotte Bronte's spirited heroine faces life's obstacles head-on, surviving poverty, injustice and the discovery of bitter betrayal before making the ultimate decision to follow her own heart.

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Cheshire Cats 08/06/20 - 13/06/20
Cheshire Cats

By Gail Young

Directed by Vicki Lockey

8th - 13th June 2020

Cheshire Cats follows a group of girl’s emotional journey training for and throughout the London Moonwalk. The play was written following the author taking part in the Moonwalk in 2003, after one of the team had dropped out. Her Mum, Sister and best friend had all been diagnosed with breast cancer and were the original reason for her both walking the walk and for subsequently writing the play.

The group are a mix of fitness levels and enthusiasm, with a last minute substitute not meeting everyone’s approval. It is a light-hearted look at a cause that is close to many people’s hearts, there may also be a few tears along the way.

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