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23 April-23 April

Fool's Apprentice

A reflection on mortality in words and music. GSA’s Ian Ricketts honours Shakespeare and his birthday and celebrates emerging from lockdown.
12 May-13 May

Who Cares

Documentary theatre scripted by verbatim comments from health professionals, patients, whistle-blowers and politicians, Who Cares looks at the inner workings of the NHS and considers the past, present and possible future of this institution.
18 May-19 May

The Secret Garden

An enchanting classic of children’s literature reimagined in brilliant musical style to tell this compelling tale of forgiveness and renewal. A delight for all the family
19 May-20 May

The Wild Party

A jazz and gin-soaked party in 1920s Manhattan sets the scene for this musical fable about debauchery and decadence, populated by a vivid collection of the unruly and the undone.
1 June-2 June

Better Than Death

A new play by comedian Nick Revell who returns to GSA with this bawdy retelling of Grimm’s The Musicians of Bremen. Laughter couples with hope in this fun new work.
2 June-3 June

Extraordinary Women

The Mediterranean, early 1920s: glamorous Rosalba escapes Spanish 'flu, wreaking havoc with her female admirers on the island of Sirene.