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Get closer to the work on stage through workshops, pre and post show discussions, films, photos and resources.

Upcoming Events

Dates for your diary

Post Show Discussions (free)

Kill Johnny Glendenning - Tue 28 October
Filter’s Macbeth - Tue 27 Jan 2015
The Slab Boys - Tue 3 Mar 2015
Absence of War - Tue 31 Mar 2015
Fever Dream: Southside - Tue 5 May 2015
Into That Darkness - Tue 26 May 2015

Deaf Theatre Club Nights

Kill Johnny Glendenning - Fri 31 October
A Christmas Carol - Fri 12 December
The Slab Boys - Fri 27 Feb 2015
Fever Dream: Southside - Fri 8 May 2015
Into That Darkness - Fri 29 May 2015

Find out more about the Deaf Theatre Club

The Slab Boys

Lunch with the Slab Boys

Sat 7 Mar, 11.45am
An exploration of this iconic Scottish text, from creation to the new Citizens production.
Price: £10 Including buffet lunch. This does NOT include a ticket to the matinee. Please purchase separately (book online)

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John Byrne in conversation

Thu 19 Feb, 5.45pm - 6.30pm
The Slab Boys writer and designer discusses the journey of The Slab Boys from creation to the new Citizens production
Price: £6/£4 concessions. This does NOT include a ticket to the evening performance (please buy separately).

For schools
Inside the Rehearsal Room - The Slab Boys

Aimed at: Higher and Advanced Higher Drama students

This practical, pre show workshop will be led by the assistant director, and will give your pupils the chance to explore the director’s intentions and practical techniques used with actors in rehearsal. The session will reveal the play’s key ideas and themes and look at character development and staging choices. This workshop will support Section B of Higher Drama exam, writing about a performance that the learner has seen.

Tue 24 & Wed 25 Feb, 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Cost: £6.50 per pupil (teachers go free)
Capacity: 30 pupils

Inside The Play – The Slab Boys

Aimed at:  Higher and Advanced Higher English students

This practical, pre show session will be led by the assistant director and staff from the Citizens Learning team, and will explore plot, themes, language, characters and their relationships using practical techniques to bring the play alive. This session will focus on a key scene and look at what its impact is in the rest of the play. An active learning session, designed with the needs of English students in mind.

Thu 26 Feb 2015, 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Cost: £6.50 per pupil (teachers go free)
Capacity: 30 pupils

Fever Dream: Southside

Lunch on the Southside

Sat 2 May, 11:45am
Director Dominic Hill and writer Douglas Maxwell discussing the process of bringing a new piece of writing to the stage.
Price: £10 Including buffet lunch. This does NOT include a ticket to the matinee. Please purchase separately (book online)

Into That Darkness: Curtain Raiser

Thu 21 May, 6pm - 6.45pm
Director Gareth Nicholls in discussion about how individuals become capable of horrific crimes, and the role of their biographers.
Price: £4/£3 concessions. This does NOT include a ticket to the evening performance (please buy separately).

INTERACT ONLINE

We love engaging with audiences. Here are some examples of ways to interact and projects you have helped us create through creative writing, video and photos.

RESOURCES

Download production-related educational packs here.

ACCESS

We offer Audio Described, Signed (BSL) and Captioned performances. See Access page for current season listings of individual show pages. Audio described and large print copies of the brochure are available by advance request. Please ask Box Office to be added to our mailing list. Touch Tours are available on request.

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VIDEOS

See trailers, interviews & documentaries on our Discover playlist

PHOTOS

Browse photos of our theatre and productions on Flickr

 

VIRTUAL TOURS

Explore the main auditorium from 3 angles, our 2 studio spaces, 3 rehearsal rooms and the foyer in our virtual tours

 

ONLINE STORE

Scripts and vintage Artwork from the Archive, including posters and merchandise available in our online store.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Online booklets about our shows or the history of the theatre.