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German Skerries

A friendship, a marriage, a holiday, a death – German Skerries fills the stage with the meetings and departures that make us human.

It’s 1977, and Martin, Jack, Michael and Carol are staring out into the future. Around a popular birdwatching spot overlooking the mouth of the Tees, their lives intertwine to create an uplifting portrait of human hope and vulnerability.

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A Little History of the World

This world premiere adaptation based on the international bestseller takes us on a light-hearted, whistle-stop tour through the centuries from the big bang to the present day.

Meet colourful, historical figures, take to the great battlefields, marvel at fabulous works of art and ground-breaking scientific discoveries. Join us on a fun-filled trip through time and discover the extraordinary achievements of mankind and its frailties.

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‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

Reading Rep present a magical adaptation of Clement Clarke Moore’s festive poem. Bring your letters to Santa and join us at the North Pole. Meet the ‘Santa Scientist’ and discover her story about the night she met a certain twinkly eyed, round-bellied chap.

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Waiting for Godot

Hailed as one of the most significant works of drama of the 20th century, this thrilling play is arriving at Reading Rep in a brand new production, directed by Reading Rep’s founding Artistic Director Paul Stacey, who returns to the director’s chair following the success of Proof.

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Race

A hotel room in disarray – lamps broken, cigarette butts, liquor bottles – a dress, and a man accused of rape…

The accused white, the accuser black.

Two lawyers have to uncover and sift through the facts of the case: is the man guilty? And, irrespective of that, can his case be won?

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Proof

A play about love, loss and mental illness, Proof is one of the most acclaimed productions of this century.

Hal, a student of the recently deceased maths professor Robert, discovers a ground-breaking mathematical proof in Robert’s old office. The struggle is on to find out who wrote it.

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