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Oscar Wilde’s 1895 comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest in Week 9 finishes off a diverse and successful summer term at the Barn…

24TH – 26TH JUNE, DRAMA BARN, 19.30
Oscar Wilde’s 1895 comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest in Week 9 finishes off a diverse and successful summer term at the Barn. Produced by Rosie Townshend and directed by Michael Wilkins and Charles Rivington.

26TH JUNE, URY, 15.00 – 16.00
Written by James Bugg, The More Beautiful Game comes to University Radio York as a full length radio play. Telling the story of Yorkshire man and athlete Geoff Batterson, we listen to his story as he tries to get his specialist sport into the Olympic games.

21ST – 26TH JUNE, YORK THEATRE ROYAL STUDIO, 19.45
Belt Up Theatre will be returning to York Theatre Royal to put on a new double bill. The two interactive plays, The Boy James by Alexander Wright and Atrium by James Wilkes promise to be thought-provoking and imaginative pieces. £7 for students.

23RD-25TH JUNE, THE THEATRE, HES EAST, 19.45
Head over to Hes East to see the TFTV Department’s staff-directed play; the celebrated Jacobean playwright Thomas Middleton’s A Mad World, My Masters. It promises to be clever, comical and technically accomplished.

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  1. Please could you include Made for Radio, the new play written by Sarah Gordon and directed by Joe Hufton, and showing in Monkgate theatre this Thurs, Fri and Sat, into the list? It’s the only production this weekend that you haven’t mentioned! And it’ll be quality

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