THE WIZARD OF OZ, PUSS AND BOOTS & More Set for Carriageworks Theatre's Spring 2014 Season
Family adventure; magical, music filled shows; and breathtaking, mysterious tales are just some of what the Carriageworks programme has in store this Spring!
Imagination is brought to life in Ivan Wilkinson's fast paced, gripping adaption of Kidnapped (13 Feb) perfect for both young and old alike. The Wizard of Oz (7-9 April), The Worried Walrus (10 April) and Puss and Boots (17-25th Jan) all plunge audiences into magical worlds where anything is possible. Grisly Tales from Tumblewater (15 Feb) is perfect for providing laughter and spine-tingling stories while Bin Men (20 Feb) uses puppetry and live music to tell their tot size tales.
Productions which are particularly engaging for the very young are Big Red Bath (21 Feb) a playful, adaptation of the popular picture book and Dogs Don't Do Ballet (14 April) which combines puppets, music and comedy to tell an exciting and colourful version of it's well known children's story.
Engaging adult productions are being welcomed to the Carriageworks this Spring. Among them: 33 (22 March) a touching piece based on the 2010 Chilean miner crisis, Him with His Foot in his Mouth (1 April), a heart- warming and moving performance and Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking (1 Feb) a musical comedy singing the songs of science!
The intimate Upstairs @ the Carriageworks continues to showcase work by developing artists and companies. Office Party (26 Feb- 1 March), Shakers (22- 25Jan) and Bouncing Back (28 Jan- 1 Feb) explore modern day behaviour and social interactions. Whilst Exposed (18 March) and A Day of Pleasure (20- 21 March) are thought-provoking and sensitive pieces of theatre exploring history and autobiography.
Tickets for all Carriageworks Theatre productions can be booked on 0113 224 3801, online through our website at www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk or in person at the Carriageworks Theatre Box Office, Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD.
The Carriageworks Theatre is a modern venue located on Millennium Square programming a wide variety of theatre and comedy for the whole family. We are also the proud home of the Leeds Civic Arts Guild, the Carriageworks Theatre Academy for young people and various classes open to the Leeds community.