Tour and Talk - Crucible Theatre
Join us on a trip to the Crucible Theatre to take a peak behind the scenes, meet some of the team and learn more about the day-to-day running of a theatre that has recently been named Regional Theatre of the Year for an unprecedented fourth time at The Stage awards.
This is a free event but please reserve a ticket as space is limited.
This event is part of a series aimed at SIA students but is open to Guild members as well.
Sheffield Creative Guild has partnered with Sheffield Institute of Arts to deliver a series of events aimed at bridging the gap between graduating and professional life.
About Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield Theatres is home to three theatres: the Crucible, the Sheffield landmark with a world-famous reputation; the Studio, an intimate, versatile space for getting closer to the action; and the gleaming Lyceum, the beautiful proscenium that hosts the best of the UK’s touring shows. It’s a place to try your hand at acting; a space for artists to practice and hone their craft; a place to play, explore, imagine, create. It’s a place for everyone.
Sheffield Theatres won Regional Theatre of the Year at The Stage Awards 2020, for an unprecedented fourth time. With a reputation for outstanding new work, recent hits include new musical Standing at the Sky’s Edge, with music and lyrics by Mercury Prize nominated Richard Hawley, and a dazzling new adaptation of Yann Martel’s multi-million selling Life of Pi by Lolita Chakrabarti (opening at the Wyndham’s in June).
For 2020, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie starts its UK tour at the Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield Theatres’ Artistic Director Robert Hastie adapts Shakespeare’s Coriolanus and the world premiere of Run Sister Run by Chlöe Moss, presented in co-production with Paines Plough and Soho Theatre, starts life in the Studio Theatre.
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