A conspiracy-theory documentary-exposé detective story for the 21st century that asks: what aren’t you looking at? From the ever innovative Third Angel.
Fill your shiny new 2019 diaries with theatre trips, with our picks of the shows that are taking to the Sheffield stage this January and February – from a conspiracy-theory detective story by Sheffield’s most forward-thinking theatre company Third Angel, to a powerful folk opera telling the story of trade unionist Mary Reid Macarthur, to puppetry, a cabaret, and lots more.
Browse our What's On calendar for even more theatre events.
Thu. 7 February 2019 — Fri. 8 February 2019
An early-2000s story of growing up in a multi-cultural community, and the everyday injustices that drive people to take back control.
Fri. 8 February 2019 — Sat. 9 February 2019
Reach into her cabinet and join Fanny on a musical, riotous voyage of hilarity and curiosity.
Sat. 9 February 2019
A love story about two men who find each other in the most unlikely of worlds.
Wed. 13 February 2019
A father-daughter show, in which an artist and her Punch and Judy-performing dad explore their relationship through recollections of all the times they've performed together.
Sat. 16 February 2019 — Sun. 17 February 2019
Join Andro and Eve as they glide on a dry ice cloud back to the 80s, with queer cabaret performances hosted by drag king Louis Cyfer and a DJ set from Chardine Taylor-Stone.
Fri. 22 February 2019
An exploration of masculinity and lesbianism in Black womxn, performed to a backdrop of verbatim, poetry and sound.
Fri. 8 February 2019 — Sat. 23 February 2019
Githa Sowerby’s celebrated classic about the struggle for supremacy, legacy and deciding one’s own destiny.
Wed. 27 February 2019
A touching and funny play for young audiences, using music, puppetry, song and dance to tell a story of tigers, bees and honey collectors learning to live and play together.
Thu. 28 February 2019
Following her hit success at the Edinburgh Fringe, performance artist Katy Dye brings to town her show about the infantilisation of women.
Tue. 26 February 2019 — Sat. 2 March 2019
A powerful folk opera telling the story of trade unionist Mary Reid Macarthur, who in 1910 led the women chain makers of Cradley Heath to victory in their fight for a minimum wage.