A funny, bizarre and bittersweet one-woman show about Shey Hargreaves's experience of working as an NHS receptionist on a busy emergency unit under the coalition government.
Fill your diaries with theatre trips, with our picks of the shows that are taking to the Sheffield stage over the coming months – from a sound play about impending doom to a queer coming-of-age show via a festival of new performances.
Browse our What's On calendar for even more theatre events.
Thu. 21 March 2019
Join Willy for a queer coming-of-age remix, as he questions if ‘bottom’ in the bedroom means ‘bottom’ in life – and whether Beyoncé can help put his love on top.
Fri. 22 March 2019 — Sat. 23 March 2019
A charming one-act satirical comedy about sisterhood, manners, and most importantly of all, quiche.
Sat. 23 March 2019
How do high end fashion brands seduce? Why do people crave their products?
A new show from Jamie Campbell, the inspiration behind the hit musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. It tells the story from the point of view of his drag-queen alter-ego Fifi la True.
Wed. 27 March 2019 — Thu. 28 March 2019
A one-woman show about patriotism, nationalism and British exceptionalism, coming to Theatre Deli on the brink of our scheduled departure from the EU.
Sat. 6 April 2019
The untold and under-acknowledged stories of four inspirational female figures from British history, asking why they, and hundreds like them, have been relegated to the footnotes.
Mon. 25 March 2019 — Sat. 6 April 2019
Twice a year the Enable US festival brings unmissable and intriguing pieces of new theatre and performance to the beautiful Drama Studio.
Fri. 15 March 2019 — Sat. 6 April 2019
A story of 50 years of Park Hill, with music by Richard Hawley.
Wed. 10 April 2019
Actor and art historian Paul O'Keeffe recreates a classic John Ruskin lecture about the political economy of art and exploitation within the workforce.