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STAGE TUBE: Promo - Kneehigh's TRISTAN & YSEULT, Coming to Alley Theatre @ UH
by Stage Tube - Apr 20, 2015

TristanBritain's innovative and exciting theatre company Kneehigh makes their Texas debut at the Alley Theatre with a wonderfully inventive, utterly timeless, delightful tale of love. King Mark rules with his head, until he falls head over heels for his enemy's sister. Based on the ancient tale, Kneehigh's Tristan & Yseult revels in forbidden desires, broken hearts and grand passions. Seen through the eyes of the 'Unloved,' Kneehigh's Tristan & Yseult blends comedy, live music and tender truths in an irresistible night of love! Click below to watch a trailer for the production!

STAGE TUBE: Trailer - Kneehigh's THE WILD BRIDE at Berkeley Rep
by Stage Tube - Jan 25, 2013

The hit that ran away with hearts last winter comes back for a honeymoon engagement in 2013: 26 hot dates with The Wild Bride. A splendid reception of ovations and rave reviews ensured that this enchanting Bride enjoyed a three-week extension of its original run. Now Kneehigh Theatre comes back to America for a three-week encore at Berkeley Repertory Theatre from tomorrow, January 26 to February 17, 2013. Don't miss this devilish mix of vivid music and sweet romance from Britain's extraordinary theatrical troupe. Watch a trailer for the production below!

by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2011

After the success of Brief Encounter in the West End and on Broadway, Kneehigh's new adaptation of Jacques Demy and Michel Legrand's The Umbrellas of Cherbourg will arrive at the Gielgud Theatre following a limited run at Curve, Leicester.

BWW WEST END: 'CALENDAR GIRLS' at the Noel Coward Theatre
by BroadwayWorld TV - Apr 20, 2009

'CALENDAR GIRLS', the new stage play by Tim Firth, adapted from his own screenplay for the 2003 film, stars Lynda Bellingham, Patricia Hodge, Sian Phillips, Gaynor Faye, Brigit Forsyth, Julia Hills and Elaine C Smith. Also in the cast are Joan Blackham, Abby Francis, Gary Lilburn, Gerard McDermot and Carl Prekopp.