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Stitched UpFebruary 28th
365 projectMarch 3rd
Women’s Word and MusicMarch 8th
Growing AudiencesMarch 11th
One Sandwich Short of a GeniusMarch 14th
ARRIVALS2March 20th
DallowayMarch 21st
Badly Cut FringeMarch 27th
Bill Clinton HerculesApril 11th
Reduced Shakespeare Company in The Complete History of Comedy (abridged)April 18th

EVENT TIMELINE - A month by month breakdown of events at The Playhouse.

Feb 7th

A Night for Lenny

A night of music, dance and performance in memory of Playhouse colleague and friend Lenny Nelson.
Feb 10th

Over The Wire

It's 1974 and rioting prisoners have set fire to Long Kesh.
Feb 12th

Hospital Food

A young local cast perform this challenging new Irish drama
Feb 21st

LGBT Theatre Lab

Do you have a stage, screen or radio script with a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) theme that you are working on? Or do you have part of a script?
Feb 24th

First Call Showcase Event

Young local talent aged 16-25 take to the stage!
Feb 28th

Stitched Up

Stitched Up is an entertaining satirical drama about the current crisis within the NHS.

For enquiries call 028 71 268027 · Mon - Fri 10.30am ~ 5.30pm · Sat 10am ~ 4pm

NEWS & ASIDES

UPCOMING EVENTS

C21 Theatre presents Stitched Up by Rosemary Jenkinson Saturday 28th February Tickets: £11/ £8

Stitched Up is an entertaining satirical drama about the current crisis within the NHS.


365 project An exhibition by Sean Keddy Tuesday 3rd March to Saturday 7th March

an autobiographical day by day visual representation of the year 2013.


Women’s Word and Music At St Columb's Cathedral Sunday 8th March Tickets: £10 suggested donation

St Columb's Cathedral provides the magnificent and historic setting for a special evening to mark International Women's Day 2015


Audiences NI and The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure presents Growing Audiences A day of debate and discussion to keep the legacy alive Wednesday 11th March

Audiences NI and The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure want to continue the discussion about how we can address the barriers to inclusion in the arts and grow non-traditional


Big Telly Theatre Company presents One Sandwich Short of a Genius Created by Zoë Seaton and Shelley Atkinson Saturday 14th March Tickets: £11/ £9

A normal family in absolute denial.


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For enquiries call

028 71 268027

FAX: 028 71 261884
E: boxoffice@derryplayhouse.co.uk

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