Presented by Isoceles Theatre.
First performed in 2006, this is a fast-paced adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel. It has enthralled audiences throughout Britain and Ireland and played to packed houses everywhere.
An experiment to separate virtue from wickedness in his own nature results in the respectable Dr Jekyll releasing the demon within. It is a malevolent force which will eventually possess him body and soul.
All human beings are commingled out of good and evil….
Edward Hyde alone, in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil
'Done in fine style… A good, vivid, popular version of a great story, told with notable passion' The Scotsman
'Every emotional nuance is wrung out of it, and a packed audience sit rapt at such conversely dark materials' Glasgow Herald
'To be free is very sweet'
When one woman tells of her extraordinary journey to overcome the brutality of slavery, she becomes a beacon for the British anti-slavery movement.
Born into slavery in the British colony of Bermuda, Mary Prince went on to become an auto-biographer and champion of freedom. Her book had an electrifying effect on the abolitionist movement helping to free many Africans in bondage.
Through theatre, song, music, drumming and dance, this masterpiece of Black British theatre is inspired by the storytelling traditions of the West African Griot.
'Amantha is luminous, agile, multi-faceted, witty and resplendent' Leys News
An exciting festival of one-act plays from local youth and adult groups.
£10 | £9 conc
Presented by Isosceles in association with Useful Idiots.
She was beautiful... she was unsinkable... she was doomed...
The Titanic was declared the greatest ship in the world. On 15th April 1912 it slipped below the frigid waters of the Atlantic.
Yet J Bruce Ismay, managing director of the White Star Line, stepped into a lifeboat and sailed away from the stricken ship. He sailed away from his passengers, sailed away from the cries and screams and tears.
The Man Who Left The Titanic evokes that terrible voyage. It asks whether Bruce Ismay only did what any of us might have done in the same circumstances or should his actions that night consign his name to infamy? Was he a coward, or merely human?
This play has toured throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales for a number of years to enormous acclaim.
David Tennant (Doctor Who) makes a much-anticipated return to the West End in a blistering reimagining of one of Britain’s most powerful, political plays.
As the world faces its Second World War, John Halder, a good, intelligent German professor, finds himself pulled into a movement with unthinkable consequences.
Olivier Award-winner Dominic Cooke (Follies) directs C.P Taylor’s timely tale, with a cast that also features Elliot Levey (Coriolanus) and Sharron Small (The Bay). Filmed live at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London.
BCA proudly presents Grease is the musical.
Grease tells the love story of Sandy and Danny, The Pink Ladies and the Burger Shop Boys. Set to the backdrop of high school can the two find love and continue to have their summer love. This performance marks the final performance for both our Year 2 Performing and Production arts students.