Join Polar Bear as he sets off in search of a new home when the ice starts melting.
Travelling through storms, busy shipping lanes and across oceans, he picks up some exciting friends along the way. Meet them all on their journey of discovery and friendship? Adapted from the acclaimed children’s book by award winning author Frann Preston-Gannon. Suitable for ages 3+ years.
WHY? ‘A stunning piece of visual theatre’ Frann Preston-Gannon, author of the book
Here's what audiences at Little Angel Theatre have said:
Extraordinary theatre…effective at all levels for the younger child and anyone of any age'
'A really inspiring and clever approach to environmental issues for kids and adults'
Dir: Kristian Levring 2014
Jon is a Danish immigrant in the 1870s Wild West. When he kills the men who killed his wife and son, he incurs the wrath of a sadistic gang leader hell bent on hunting him down.
WHY? The mighty Mads Mikkelsen unleashes a maelstrom of bloodshed in this white-knuckle tale of revenge
Dir: Ruben Östlund 2014
(Swedish with English subtitles)
Tomas and his family are enjoying a skiing holiday at a high end resort in the French Alps. When an avalanche bears down on them, Tomas makes a decision that rocks his marriage and his role as family patriarch.
WHY? A wickedly funny and precisely observed black comedy
One of the world’s foremost Indian theatre companies return to the UK.
Kathakali is the classical dance drama of Kerala. It embraces drama, dance, music, visuals and ritual to create the most exotic, visually exciting and powerful forms of theatre. Colourful costumes and elaborate three dimensional make up magically transforms the actors into gods, kings, devils and princesses. They tell universal stories from the Hindu epics.
‘Spectacularly beautiful!’ The Daily Telegraph
WHY? The show received a standing ovation from over 600 people at the Southbank Centre in May this year!
The cellist-turned-songwriter creates songs steeped in the rich traditions of folk, pop and blues.
Her classical training combines with evocative and vulnerable lyrics. Anne has released several albums to critical acclaim and won the Canadian Folk Music Award for Traditional Album of the Year. She is joined by James Hill on ukulele, fiddle and foot percussion.
WHY? ‘Inventive, entertaining, beautifully written and brilliantly performed’ R2 Magazine
There's been a series of high profile crimes right across the city so the police chief's put his best man on the job – Dick Tracy.
It's down to the square-jawed, hard-hitting, fast-shooting, comic book detective to solve the crime the only way he knows how... the crime solving way. A physical comedy with fooling, live music and lightning quick character changes spattered with mystery, malice and mischief.
WHY? ‘A company on top form and leagues ahead of anyone else doing this work’ ★★★★★ What's On Stage
This event is on sale to Bronze, Silver and Gold Members until Wednesday 1 April
Live screening (Wednesday, encores Thursday and Sunday).
The Royal Opera House present Puccini’s timeless romance, set in the Bohemian Paris of the 1830s.
WHY? The most popular opera of all returns in one of The Royal Opera’s best loved stagings
Dir: Thomas Vinterberg 2015
Bathsheba Everdene is independent, beautiful and headstrong. She is courted by three very different suitors – sheep farmer Gabriel Oak, soldier Frank Troy and bachelor William Boldwood.
WHY? Based on the literary classic by Thomas Hardy
A live tribute to Pink Floyd.
Now in their 19th year, the award winning band continue to enthral audiences. The nine piece line up combine their obvious on-stage enthusiasm with all the necessary attention to detail.
In well over 2 hours of reverent tribute expect music from all Pink Floyd’s classic albums and feature tracks such as Comfortably Numb, Money, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Another Brick In The Wall.
WHY? Accompanied by a moving light and laser show
Taking listeners back to the hot jazz, blues, ragtime and popular dances of the 1920s and 30s.
The band are Paul Stevenson (guitar), Jenny Russell (vocals, clarinet) and Ollie Corbin (cornet). They originally played together to explore the repertoire of music from 1900 – 1930 and now present a contemporary slant on popular acoustic music from the era.
WHY? 'Atmospheric, yet vibrant, this charming collection of songs will make you wish you had been born some 100 years ago’ Jazz FM