Juno was born with spina bifida and is now clumsily navigating her twenties amidst street healers, love, loneliness – and the feeling of being an unfinished project.
For a long time I didn’t know how it’d work.
Or what I’d be able to feel.
People would ask me if I could have sex and I’d feign shock and act wildly offended whilst secretly wanting to grab them by the shoulders and be like "I don’t know, Janet!"
Winner of the Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020, Amy Trigg’s remarkable debut play is a hilarious, heart-warming tale about how shit our wonderful lives can be.
'A performance of mesmerising intensity' ★★★★★ New European
'Trigg is terrific' ★★★★ The Telegraph
'Bravura one-woman show is a knock-out' ★★★★ Evening Standard
'A tour de force performance' ★★★★ Ham & High
'Enormously entertaining' ★★★★ The Guardian
'A hilarious, honest and heartwarming play which demands an audience' ★★★★ WhatsOnStage
'Wonderfully heartfelt and beautifully delivered' ★★★★ Theatre Weekly
Presented by Paines Plough in association with Women’s Prize for Playwriting, 45 North and Kiln Theatre.
Suitable for ages 14+ years.
‘Love cannot kill: it brings new life.’
On a starlit night in Nagasaki, these are the words spoken by American naval officer Pinkerton to young geisha Cio-Cio-San. But as they both learn, words and promises carelessly spoken can have indelible consequences.
With a score that includes Butterfly’s aria, Un bel dì, vedremo (One fine day) and the Humming Chorus, Giacomo Puccini’s opera is entrancing and ultimately heart-breaking. Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s exquisite production takes inspiration from 19th-century European images of Japan.
Sung in Italian with English subtitles.
Join The HandleBards at Norden Farm for a bicycle-powered, laugh-out-loud production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
Duke Orsino is in love with Lady Olivia, but she won’t have anything to do with suitors. Viola is shipwrecked and believes her twin brother Sebastian to be dead. Meanwhile, a bunch of Olivia’s servants plot to make a fool out of her pompous butler, Malvolio. There’s drunkenness, frivolity and cross-dressing a plenty.
‘An exceptional touring production’ ★★★★★ The Stage
This is a spine-tingling evening of three tales of the supernatural from E F Benson’s brilliant collection of ghost stories, Night Terrors.
With masterful storytelling from the award winning actor Gerard Logan, Night Terrors will transport you to a darker, more sinister world of the unexpected and the unexplainable.
The three stories (The Dance, In The Tube and The Confession of Charles Linkworth), are dramatic, haunting and hugely memorable.
'Logan is astounding... He takes a strong script and flies it to the stars' ★★★★★ Edinburgh Festival 2016
'Watching Logan work is like being privy to a wonder of nature and remains with you... A true masterpiece of solo performance' ★★★★★ The Edinburgh Guide - Edinburgh Festival 2015
Gerard Logan won The Stage Best Solo Performer of the 2011 Edinburgh Festival Award for his acclaimed performance in Gareth Armstrong’s production of Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece. He won the Best Actor award at the 2014 Buxton Fringe Festival and was nominated for the Michael MacLiammoir Award for Best Male Performance at the 2016 International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival for his performance in
Wilde Without the Boy.
Gareth Armstrong has developed and directed many successful solo shows, including his own award winning Shylock.
Night Terrors is also underscored by a beautiful, original and specially commissioned score by the award winning RSC composer, Simon Slater.
The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons proudly present an affectionately anarchic adaptation of Charles Dickens’ captivating coming-of-age chronicle.
My father’s family name being Pirrip, and my Christian name Philip, my infant tongue could make of both names nothing longer or more explicit than Pip.
So, I called myself Pip, and came to be called Pip.
Join Pip the orphan on a journey through his eventful life via hilarious turns and tragic twists. Filled with escaped convicts, eccentric spinsters, mysterious benefactors and gut-wrenching heartbreak.
The Pantaloons are the 'inimitable' (The Guardian) and 'wholly charming' (The Times) touring theatre company bringing a vital sense of play back to classical performance.
They say 'In our theatre, your imagination is just as important as ours'.
Theatre Ad Infinitum present a feisty, funny, and bloody take on some of the oldest stories known to woman. From a killer Gorgon.
What if there was another take on the Trojan War, an untold-breathtaking-adventure you had never heard before?
Enter Medusa. She was there.
Monstrous gorgon? Snakes for hair? A turn-to-stone glare? Perhaps. But she was there - as a bodiless head strapped to the shield of a goddess.
Her forever-open-eyes saw it all: Epic combat. Mighty swords. Giant horse sculptures filled with men. But as the war raged on, Medusa’s petrifying gaze focused on three extraordinary women who might just hold the key to her ultimate hope.
Beautiful Evil Things is a new, high energy, one woman show from Ad Infinitum combining physical storytelling with cutthroat wit. Coming hot on the heels of their multi award winning hit, Odyssey, join Medusa for a breathtaking adventure.
'One of contemporary theatre’s vital organs' Time Out
'This tour de force of physical theatre is unmissable' ★★★★ The Stage on Odyssey
'Epic' ★★★★★ The Times on Light
'A theatrical hand grenade' ★★★★ The Guardian on Ballad of the Burning Star
Co-commissioned by Tobacco Factory Theatres, supported by Wardrobe Ensemble.
Suitable for ages 12+ years.
by Touching the Void’s Simon Yates.
On the remote Siula Grande in Peru in June 1985, mountaineer Simon Yates found himself in a desperately unenviable position. He was slowly being pulled off the mountain face by his injured partner, Joe Simpson, dangling on the rope 50 metres below. His decision to cut the rope saved both their lives in the epic of survival that followed and with the publication of the book Touching The Void, later film and stage play, both climbers became household names.
It was an experience that could have put many off the sport of mountaineering - but not Simon. Over 35 years later, he is still a very active exploratory climber and guide, making several expeditions to the mountains each year. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, Alaska to Central Asia there is hardly a significant range that he has not visited.
Come along and witness Simon’s tireless journey from that mountain in Peru to some of the remotest on the planet and share with him the drama, excitement and beauty of modern, lightweight alpinism. Told with wit, dry humour and lavishly illustrated with images and video collected on his great climbs.
'Simon is a totally engaging speaker, who both entertains and inspires.'
A Tale from Percy’s Park by Nick Butterworth.
One winter's night it was so cold it began to snow
Great big snowflakes fell past the window of Percy's hut…
Percy the Park keeper always feeds the animals in the park where he lives. But one cold winter’s night Percy finds his little friends shivering on the doorstep – they need more than food and he must find a way to help them…
A snuggly, fun and heart-warming story, with songs to sing along to and furry friends to meet.
‘Magical – an ideal introduction to the theatre for children’ ★★★★★ The Stage
Created by Slot Machine, the company that brought the hit Christmas shows Miki and Kipper's Snowy Day to Norden Farm.
‘A little gem! ...Very creative and so much fun. Our daughter couldn't stop laughing out loud’ ★★★★★ Netmums
Suitable for ages 3+ years.
The performances on Saturday 3 December at 11am and Wednesday 28 December at 11am are Relaxed. Ideal for families with babies or toddlers and children with SEND. Everyone is welcome to join us for this friendly format.
The performance on Wednesday 21 December at 11am will be signed.
£15 | £13 under 16s
£52 Family & Friends (4 people)
£48 Family & Friends Early Bird Offer! (if booked before Wednesday 31 August)
Heck yeah, the hoedown is back! Our popular New Year’s Eve event returns to ring in 2023!
Dance the night way on our Courtyard Theatre dance floor to live music from ceilidh and barn dance band Cut a Shine.
No experience is necessary as their caller will be on hand to guide you through all of the steps!
Dust off your cowboy hats, rhinestone adorned outfits or most glamorous attire for a night of unforgettable fun at the Farm!
WHY? A fun, lively and thrilling way to celebrate this New Year's Eve!
Age guidance 12+ years
£25, Supporters £22