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  1. Sunday 20th October at 1pm and 4pm 120 Minutes Presented by The Montgomery and Scott Ritchie Productions Suitable for children aged 5+ Join Alice down the rabbit hole in her magical adventures through Wonderland in this brand-new staging of Lewis Carroll’s family favourite ‘Alice In Wonderland.’ Come and join the tea party and meet the Mad Hatter, The White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts plus many more exciting colourful characters! This exciting and playful take on the tale features a professional cast of energetic performers, catchy new songs and lots of humour that will entertain and delight the whole family! Please note that there is no disabled access Link to info and tickets: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=276842
  2. Friday 28th June to Saturday 29th June. 28th June at 1:30pm. 29th June at 11am and 2pm. 55 Minutes Presented by The Montgomery & Bear Hunt Productions Ltd For children aged 3+ ‘Brilliantly inventive and engaging’ - The Stage See the smash-hit production of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt on tour, direct from the West End, as it returns vividly and noisily in director Sally Cookson’s fun-filled adaptation set to Benji Bower’s versatile lively score. Join our intrepid family of adventurers and their musical dog on a quest to find a bear; as they wade through the gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the thick oozy, squelchy mud! Expect catchy songs, interactive scenes, plenty of adventure and a few surprises along the way. Based on the much-loved book picture by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, this mischievous celebration of play is the perfect treat for families with children aged 3 and up. WE’RE GOING TO THE THEATRE WE’RE GOING TO SEE A BEAR HUNT WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PLAY! WE’RE NOT SCARED! The Friday performance at 1:30pm is open to the public and also to school groups. If you are wishing to bring an educational group, please contact the box office on 0114 327 3456 to discuss further. Please note there is no disabled access at present. Link to info and tickets: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=234607
  3. Friday 31st May at 2:30pm 45 minutes Presented by The Montgomery, Hoopla Clique and Clusters Arts For children aged 5+ See our family friendly circus show, Chores, and get inspired to have a go yourself! Try juggling, typre trampolining and enjoy lots of clowning around in this interactive workshop led by the two stars of the show! Please note there is no disabled access at present Link to info and tickets: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=300273
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    Chores @ The Montgomery

    Fri 31st May at 1pm 60 minutes Presented by The Montgomery and Hoopla Clique and Cluster Arts For children aged 3+ Two excitable brothers are definitely, probably, maybe, just about to, almost, at some stage, going to do the chores their mother has asked them to do… A generous serving of comedy and chaotic acrobatics accompanies every attempt at cleaning their room and doing their chores. Inspired by slapstick legends Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, the side-splitting duo of Chores is coming your way. With highlights of skilled stunts and uproarious, interactive gags, and with very little spoken dialogue, children and adults alike will find themselves on the edge of their seats and giggling until the chores are done. This performance is accompanied by Monty's Circus Workshop. Please note there is no disabled access at present. Link to info and tickets: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=300222
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    Stella @ The Montgomery

    Sat 23 March at 2pm. 60 Minutes Presented by The Montgomery and Filskit Theatre Company For children aged 3 - 6 ‘Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet’ - Stephen Hawking Stella is a Star Engineer. From her home on the Moon she keeps the stars shining bright for when we need them most, to make a wish or find our way back home. But down on Earth things are changing. The world is becoming bright, busy and people aren’t looking up. The stars are burning out and it’s up to Stella to save them - but she can’t do it alone. Using projection, playful performance and aerial circus, we want to talk about our sky and how sometimes it is important to turn out the lights and wish upon a star. Stella has been commissioned by ARC, Stockton and The Barnsley Civic. This piece has been created using research from the International Dark Sky Association and text gathered during workshops with local schools. Please note that there is no disabled access. Link to info and tickets: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=276929
  6. Sat 2nd March. 11am and 2pm 50 minutes Presented by The Montgomery, Tessa Bide Productions and Soap Soup Theatre For children aged 3+ Inspired by the touching children’s story ‘The Selfish Giant’ by Oscar Wilde, Bristol's two leading family theatre experts are combining forces to explore an unusual friendship, and how even the grumpiest giant’s heart can melt when Spring finally comes. Grinter is a giant. She lives happily alone in her huge cold house, surrounded by her huge snowy gardens, enclosed by her high, frost-covered walls. She shuts out the world, because long ago, the world shut her out, and so she hides, safe and quiet in her peaceful, icy home. Outside the towering walls of her enormous garden, the world has been changing and there is very little green left. One day, the children - tired of playing on hard roads and grey rooftops - find a chink in the giant's wall and climb through, changing the course of the children’s and Grinter's lives forever. Powerful storytelling, captivating puppetry, beautiful design, enchanting music and a sprinkling of magic sums up this very special show. "Tender and enchanting" - The Reviews Hub on Soap Soup Theatre's 'The Snow Baby' "A very special show not to be missed" - Primary Times on 'A Strange New Space' Tessa Bide Productions Please note that there is no disabled access at present Link to info and tickets: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOnFilm=264438
  7. To celebrate our lovely historical building we will be opening up our 132 year-old ornate iron gates to everybody for Heritage Open Days 2018 on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th September. http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=160711 All our events are free and open to everyone. Here's what we've got planned for the two days... Exhibitions, Archives and Refreshments (Friday & Saturday 10am - 1pm) • Stay a while in our Gallery to peruse The Montgomery archives on display, enjoy a cuppa and a scone from the Ladies in Lavender and experience our September art exhibition by Expressionist artist, Bryan John: http://www.bryanjohnartist.co.uk/cityscapes/4593407922 Friday 14th September (10am - 1pm) •Delve Into Our History (10:45am) Sheffield Newspapers will be presenting articles from the Sheffield Star's archives, followed by a short performance from pupils of Arbourthorne Primary School. From stories about our radical namesake, James Montgomery, to the Blitz years and onto the Great Fire in 1971, there is 200 years of the organisation's past to discover. • Discover Radical 18th Century Sheffield - A Talk (12:15pm - 1pm) Julia Armstrong from Sheffield Newspapers will be talking about the radical movement of 18th-century Sheffield; including the history of the city's radical press publications of the time - which supported many social reforms including the abolition of slavery - and the stories of how their writers and editors, including Joseph Gales and James Montgomery, came to be persecuted and imprisoned. Saturday 15th September (10am - 2pm) •Join A Theatre Tour (10:30 & 11:30) Join a theatre tour and learn more about The Montgomery's history and how it went from a training school for the |Sunday School Union to a theatre and arts centre serving the local community, and all the bombs, fires and calamities in between. fits in with the heritage of the city, experience an open rehearsal from Carney Academy students and enjoy a shake up with musical extracts from 'Barry Manilow's Copacabana' performed by Splinters Theatre Group. There's no need to book, just turn up! •Experience Local Musicality (from 12:15) Sheffield Music Hub will take to The Montgomery stage for an open rehearsal, come and hear young musicians from across the city making music! •Looking for something for the children? Find out more about our Monty Mouse Felt Workshop here http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=160639 *Please note that scheduled times may vary. Please note there is no disabled access at present.
  8. Thursday 2nd August-Saturday 4th August. Presented by The Montgomery Summer Theatre Project. Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=194819 The Montgomery Summer Theatre Project presents its inaugural production; the stylish, sassy, and much-loved classic, Grease! Funny, frank and featuring the hit songs “Greased Lightnin’,” “You’re The One That I Want,” and “Summer Nights”, Grease follows the journey of Danny and Sandy, alongside the Burger Palace Boys and the Pink Ladies, as they navigate high school to the unforgettable rock n’ roll soundtrack that defined generations. Performed by the best of Sheffield’s emerging young talent, this is a high energy toe-tapping production that you’ll be bursting to sing along to! A show for all the family. GREASE Book, Music, and Lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey "Hopelessly Devoted to You", "You're The One That I Want", "Sandy" and "Grease" used by arrangement with Robert Stigwood. “Grease” is presented through special arrangement with and all authorised performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW), 122-124 Regent Street, 3rd floor, London W1B 5SA. http://www.theatricalrights.co.uk Please note there is no disabled access at present. ---------- Post added 26-07-2018 at 12:54 ---------- Tickets now available at http://themontgomery.org.uk or in person at The Montgomery, Surrey St, Sheffield, S1 2LG or by phone on 0114 327 3456
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    Oliver at The Montgomery

    Thu 28 Jun to Sat 30 Jun Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk Easy Street Theatre Company concludes this year's season of shows with the all time favourite, Oliver! This is the classic tale of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens brought to life by Lionel Bart in this popular musical. Despite the dark goings on in the plot, you will sit in the theatre singing along to all of the songs. Come and join Easy Street for an evening and be thoroughly entertained by the talented youth of our company. This is a production produced and promoted by a community company. Please note there is no disabled access available at present.
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    On Demand at The Montgomery.

    Thu 18 Oct 19:30 60 minutes Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=157925 Presented by The Montgomery & Natashas Project Following their success at Migration Matters Festival 2018, Natashas Project return with On Demand; a new dance production and awareness initiative. This new dance/physical theatre production explores the depths and effects of human trafficking and modern day slavery. A vulnerable production that follows the honest movement of 5 individual characters as they share with audiences the physical and psychological effects this issue has on the body and mind. The production sets out to challenge your perceptions and assumptions through themes of manipulation, disorientation and ultimately dehumanisation. Running time: 45 mins + Q&A Suitable for 12+ Please note there is no disabled access at present.
  11. Sat 29 Sep 20:00 120 minutes The Montgomery have joined forces with resident improv troupe, The Antics, to bring you an evening of comedy, music and conviviality! Join us for an evening of relaxed fun as we shine a spotlight on Sheffield's emerging talent, The Antics capping the night off with their hilarious blend of fast-paced skits and songs. There are open mic spots up for grabs, so if you're a comedian, a musician, spoken word poet or a performer with a variety act, then we would love to hear from you. To book your open mic slot, email us here: https://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/Contact This is a non-ticketed Pay What You Feel event.
  12. Sat 15 Sep 10:30 60 minutes Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=160639 Presented by The Montgomery & Little Felted Dreams Part of the Heritage Open Days Festival Make your very own Monty Mouse to take home in this felting craft workshop! The Workshop includes: •Introduction to the basics of needle felting •Step by step instruction at a gentle pace •All the materials you need to make your peronalised mouse to keep and take home. Sutiable for age 8+ Places are limited to 8 children. To celebrate our lovely historical building we will be opening up our 132 year-old ornate iron gates to everybody for Heritage Open Days 2018. Go behind the scenes and join a backstage theatre tour, delve into our past and explore our archives, watch live performances from Sheffield's musical and theatrical community, enjoy the latest art exhibition and settle down with a cuppa and a scone with the Ladies in Lavender in our bright and airy Gallery. Visit our Hertiage Open Days event page for more details http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=160711
  13. Sun 23 Dec to Mon 24 Dec 60 minutes Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=157968 Presented by The Montgomery & Story Pocket Theatre "Story Pocket Theatre....a fantastic addition to the children’s theatre family." - The Scotsman It’s Christmas and when Clara is given a wooden nutcracker in the shape of a handsome Prince, little does she know that she and her brother Fritz are about to be drawn into a great adventure. The Mouse Queen has stolen the magic of the Christmas Tree star and the Land of Make Believe is in danger. The children and the toys must join in battle against the rotten royal rodent to save the magic of Christmas and restore the Prince to the throne. But first, Clara and Fritz must learn how to believe… Award-winning Story Pocket Theatre presents this colourful and magical Christmas story which brings imagination and make-believe to life for all the family. AUDIENCE REVIEWS ON THE NUTCRACKER: "Very engaging. Excellent performance – production made the make-believe and magic tangible! Excellent! Thank you." "Delightful. Gorgeous and thoroughly enjoyable. The children were gripped from the moment we walked in! Perfect! Right length, accessible story. More please!" "Excellent – captivating for even the youngest but story was interesting for older children." "Everything was brilliant!" (6 year old audience member) Book and Lyrics by Jenifer Toksvig Music by David Perkins Directed by Julia Black and Adam Fletcher-Forde Please note there is no disabled access at present.
  14. Fri 2 Nov 09:45, 12:45, 15:15 60 minutes Tickets available here http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=151993 For children age 5+ It's your turn to get busy! Create your own piece of artwork to take home in this craft-making workshop inspired by bees. Tickets £8 for children when booked together with a ticket to Me & My Bee. Adults go FREE, no ticket required. Find out more about the show here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=150927
  15. Fri 2 Nov 11:00 & 14:00 60 minutes Tickets available here: http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/WhatsOn?Film=150927 Presented by ThisEgg Suitable for children age 5 and their families. "A rarity... deliciously eccentric" - Lyn Gardner for The Guardian CRAFT WORKSHOP AVAILABLE WITH THIS PERFORMANCE Our fuzzy little friends need our help and so we’re launching a political party disguised as a party party disguised as a show. There’s only one problem. The bees are dying and without them, we will too. Multi award-winning theatre company, ThisEgg, invites you to save the world - one bee at a time. A new family comedy with live music. Plant the seed for change, join the Bee Party. Me & My Bee is a show for children & adults, tackling a bigger issue in a more intimate manner. The show plays with how we can make what we imagine become real. It is about cause and effect. It is about humans as much as it is about bees. It is about doing more to help, before it is too late. Devised and Performed by Joe Boylan, Josie Dale-Jones and Greta Mitchell, this is an imaginative piece of comic theatre charged with vitality and immediacy. **** The Scotsman **** The Stage **** The List **** Three Weeks **** A Younger Theatre **** Edinburgh Festival For Kids Recommended Show The Guardian Hot Shows The Scotsman Best Family Shows The Wee Review Top Theatre Metro Scotland Highly Recommended Fringe Review WINNER of the Les Enfants Terribles Stepladder AWARD 2017 Please note there is no disabled access at present.
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