‘I’m a Jew. I’m small. I’m homosexual. And I live in Sheffield. I’m f**ked’.
A levels may be over, but for one set of unruly pupils, their education is far from finished.
Back in lessons to train for entrance exams, the boys find themselves caught between two opposing styles of teaching. Eccentric Hector leads with a flamboyance that brings everything to life, while cynical Irwin has been brought in by the Head to provide a ruthless route to Oxbridge. But with love, sex and university on their minds, the question is, will any of them make the grade?
The History Boys by Alan Bennett is one of Britain’s favourite comedies, full of stunning one-liners and teenage anxieties.
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4 stars ‘a theatrical thrill’
‘Edwin Thomas makes an impressive professional debut as Irwin’
The Times 4 stars ‘Matthew Kelly…was terrific’
The Independent 4 stars ‘high-octane’
‘Tom Rhys Harries’ swaggeringly cocksure Dakin…generates a dangerous electricity’
‘a strong ensemble cast’
The Stage 4 stars Yorkshire Post
Tom Rhys Harries
Julia St John
Ben and Max Ringham
Music and Sound
Musical Director and Piano and Vocal Arrangements
The Crucible is the main producing venue in the Sheffield Theatres complex. On occasion, the Crucible hosts touring work. The Crucible is also the home of the annual World Snooker Championship.
The performance area is a thrust stage which extends into the auditorium, enabling the audience to watch the action on three sides. No member of the audience is ever further than 22 metres from the stage, and the sightlines are excellent, offering equality of experience across the auditorium.
- 55 Norfolk St, Sheffield, S1 1DA, South Yorkshire , United Kingdom
- Box Office: 0114 249 6000