The Courtyard, Hereford – Mystery, romance, comedy and tragedy – this colourful, musical show has it all!
Come and enjoy Gilbert and Sullivan’s greatest achievement, set in the historic Tower of London.
Don’t miss Hereford’s fantastic G&S company, winners of yet another ‘Best Production’ award!
From Wednesday 15 March until Saturday 18 March at 7.30 with a matinee on Saturday 18 at 2.30.
Tickets are available from the Courtyard box office on 01432 340555 or www.Courtyard.org.uk £16 for an adult, £16 under 16 and £5 under 14 years.
It is 1933 and a young German refugee flees to Paris, reinventing herself as Gerda Taro. Discovering the wonder of photography, she falls in love with a fellow refugee who teaches her, ‘if your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough’. Together they venture to the Spanish Civil War and capture the tyranny of fascism. As pioneers of frontline photo journalism, he would go on to receive international recognition as the iconic war photographer Robert Capa – she would be forgotten.
Using innovative staging, physicality and multimedia, internationally renowned company Idle Motion piece together the life of an exceptional woman, glimpsed through the lost photographs she risked her life to take.
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Taking us on a magical rollercoaster ride through three decades of classic hit’s that include, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, One Moment In Time, I’m Every Woman, My Love is Your Love, So Emotional Baby, Run to You, Saving All My Love, I will Always Love You, and many more!
This show beautifully remembers the most highly awarded female artiste in the world ever!
Whitney’s one true legacy was her music which touched most of us at some time in our lives. Share her life and get ready for the greatest love of all in Queen of the Night!
you can have a sneak preview by following this link https://youtu.be/LAydgkAtQVU
Written by Lyndsay Maples
The Courtyards pantomime is back with a “Beast” of a show!
Beauty’s family have fallen on hard times and when her father hears a chance to regain some of his fortune, he sets off on a long journey. On his way home, empty-handed and without gifts he promised, he gets lost in the forest and takes refuge in a mysterious castle. As he is leaving in the morning, he sees a beautiful rose and picks it to take home. Little does he know that the master of the house, a fearsome beast has decreed the penalty of picking the roses is death. The beast promises to spare the fathers life if his beautiful daughter comes to live with him at the castle. But what will happen to Beauty and will she ever find true love? Continue reading
Jack and Jill and the Red Postbox is a sensitive, humorous and challenging performance which encourages us to think about how we live and work alongside those in our communities who have a diagnosis of dementia. Using nursery rhymes, live and recorded sound/music and images, the performance invites us to follow the journeys of Jack and Jill and those who live among them, as they encounter considerable changes in their everyday life events.
This fictionalised performance has been inspired by 89 anonymous transcripts, collected in a research project in Northumberland: the ‘Risk and Resilience: living with dementia’ project. The stories are based upon ‘common’ themes which help us to explore questions involving changes in identity, sense of place and roles within community and society.
ticket price- Adult £14, concession £13
For more details and to book your ticket go to http://www.courtyard.org.uk/events/jack-jill-and-the-red-post-box/