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25 March-26 March

Babe, The Sheep-Pig

Based on the best-selling children’s book and the internationally successful film, this stage adaptation of Babe, The Sheep Pig is a delight for all the family. Character, movement and music interweave to create a timeless tale with themes of honesty, trust and acceptance.
16 March-17 March

Hamlet by William Shakespeare

The contemporary setting of what is arguably the English language’s most enduring play, its shorter length and focus on younger characters make this production of Hamlet a perfect introduction to Shakespeare. It also offers a refreshing new take for seasoned viewers.
16 March-18 March

Image of an Unknown Woman

When a video showing the police shooting a young woman goes viral, a revolution stirs. A play about the power of the visual image to focus and incite protest, set in an unnamed country where state controls clash with the individuals’ rights, this play couldn’t be more relevant…
17 March-18 March

Red Velvet

The true, untold story of Ira Aldridge, the most renowned African-American actor of the 19th Century and his struggle in the face of overwhelming prejudice. As the first black actor to play Othello, Aldridge shocked London society in 1833 yet became the highest-paid actor in Europe.
7 April-8 April

Richard III by William Shakespeare

“Now is the winter of our discontent.” A play that speaks to us of a world in crisis. Set at the turn of the 21st Century as the former Soviet Union crumbled and oligarchs jockeyed for power, this production tackles what happens when leaders lie.
9 March-10 March

Titanic - The Musical (Port Cast)

An epic story with epic music, this show won five Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Score when it played on Broadway. Inspired by the actual events of 1912, two separate casts bring this GSA depiction of the infamous ship’s maiden voyage to life.