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This pop up theatre is operating whilst the West Yorkshire playhouse is being refurbished. I love the pop up theatre because of its honesty, intimacy and quality productions. We've seen 3 productions in this theatre and they have been exceptional. Seriously good. And at a...More
I went to the pop up theatre at the Leeds playhouse to see Kes and Random over two days. These were mighty productions, even though they were small and intimate. They both moved me.
The temporary venue gives the plays a festival appeal until the...More
I admire the theatre having the positive approach of creating the pop up theatre whilst the refurbishment is being done. Sadly last night a minority of the audience seemed to treat this as a school hall type space. watching their teenage friend or family in...More
Jack Lord and Lucas Button we’re both brilliant in the adaption of Barry Hines 1960 story of the young boy and his relationship with a kestrel. The choreography was brilliant including the superb timing of both actors along with the technical skills to produce the...More
I went to the matinee of Christmas Carol on Saturday to the Pop Up Theatre. I was a bit unsure of what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised despite the toilets being portaloo cabins a small walk away from the temporary theatre.
We went to see a Christmas Carol and despite leaving it late to book (not the best view) we still thoroughly enjoyed it!
Whilst in the Pop Up Theatre I would recommend getting seats that are more stage facing - those to the side lose...More
I know this space is temporary but the auditorium was cold and our seats, costing £25 were awful. Not only were they uncomfortable but on was on a corner which required you to have one leg longer than the other as a step was cut...More