Tickets for the new season now on sale!

Christmas is over, which can only mean one thing: the spring season is upon us! Here at the North Wall we’re gearing up for the return of several old friends, and looking forward to meeting new ones. For the first time, our Spring programme extends until the end of June, meaning the very organised amongst us can get out their shiny new 2013 diaries and plot in six months of culture – from punchy new writing to a cappella folk music. If you’re already on our mailing list, you should have received a copy of our new brochure but if you missed it, click here to view it online or email contact@thenorthwall.com and we’ll pop one in the post.

Here are just a few highlights from the new season…

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1927 will return to The North Wall with The Animals and Children Took to the Streets following their run at The National Theatre before they embark on a mammoth tour.

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Pickled Image will develop and premiere their new show Shop of Little Horrors here with us in May. This will be a dark and twisted horror show with a wicked sense of humour, featuring a macabre collection of characters, using extraordinary puppets, masks and props.

The extraordinarily moving Something Very Far Away from Unicorn Theatre uses unique live animation to tell the story of the Kepler, an astronomer, as he copes with the loss of his beloved wife.

Opera features as the inspiration for Mark Thomas’ funny and touching Bravo Figaro!, telling the story of one man’s crusade to put opera on in a Bournemouth bungalow.

Finally, we are pleased to announce that we are extending our opening hours. The North Wall will now be open every Saturday from 12pm – 4pm for those wishing to buy tickets, make enquiries, pick up a brochure or browse the gallery at their leisure.

We look forward to seeing you over the next couple of months!

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