EMIL AND THE DETECTIVES (play)
Ends 18th March
Runs 1 hour 50 minutes approximately.
KING LEAR (play)
Runs 3 hours 20 minutes approximately.
Captioned performances: 23rd March 2014 at 2pm, 25th March 2014 at 7pm, 19th May
2014 at 7pm.
Audio-Described performances:1st March 2014 at 2pm (touch tour available on
this date - ask box office for details), 3 March 2014 at 7pm (touch tour available on this date - ask box office for
details), 17th May 2014 at 2pm (touch tour available on this date - as box
office for details).
A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS (comedy)
Previews from 1st April, opens 8th April 2014.
Captioned performance: 22nd May 2014 at 7.30pm.
Audio-Described performances: 30th May 2014 at 7.30pm and 31st May 2014 at
7.30pm (touch tour available on this date - as box office for details).
Emil and the Detectives:
A thief steals Emil's money on the train, the boy trawls a city to recover it.
Erich Kastner's book is adapted by Carl Miller and directed by Bijan Sheibeni.
The play is suitable for those aged 7 and over.
Whichever of the King's daughters praises him the most gets the biggest slice of
his fortune. So why does his favourite remain silent? Simon Russell Beale gives
us his shot at Bill the Quill's famous father creation. Sam Mendes directs. Cast
also includes Kate Fleetwood, Anna Maxwell Martin and Olivia Vinall as the
A Small Family Business:
Jack McCracken finds that taking over his father-in-law's firm isn't going to be
easy - not with the family on the make and a detective on to the whole thing...
Alan Ayckbourn revival, with Nigel Lindsay in the lead and Adam Penfold