Sheffield People's Theatre

The Sheffield Mysteries

By Chris Bush

Presented at Crucible

Running time: Approximately 2 hours (including an interval)

5 stars The Public Reviews

On and on dawn breaks
And spills down streets like a split egg yolk
Soft and golden to the city’s sizzling pan…

A single day, taking us from dawn till dusk, from the beginning of time to the ends of the earth, from Stannington to Woodhouse.

Inspired by and responding to the medieval mystery cycles, The Sheffield Mysteries offer a frank and funny celebration of the human spirit, with a distinctly Yorkshire flavour. Performed by around one hundred actors, singers, dancers and musicians from Sheffield People’s Theatre (Lives in Art, 20 Tiny Plays About Sheffield).

Age guidance: 12+. Please note, this production contains some mild swear words.

Talkback
Thursday 17 July after the 7.15pm performance
Free

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Tue 15 Jul 7:15pm £15.00*
Wed 16 Jul 7:15pm £15.00*
Thu 17 Jul 7:15pm Talkback £15.00*
Fri 18 Jul 7:15pm £15.00*
Sat 19 Jul 2:00pm £15.00*
Sat 19 Jul 7:15pm £15.00*

5 stars The Public Reviews

Creatives

Daniel Evans

Director

Richard Kent

Designer

Richard Taylor

Composer

Gary Longfield

Lighting Designer

Nick Greenhill

Sound Designer

Lucy Hind

Movement Director

Matthew Malone

Musical Director

Crucible

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
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