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Junction is an award-winning, multi-purpose arts venue in Goole, East Yorkshire, operated and managed by Goole Town Council. The £3.1 million facility opened in November 2009 and offers a mixed programme of quality live events including theatre, music, dance, comedy and events for families and children. The venue, which is an Arts Award Centre, also offers a busy workshop programme, especially for young people, and high quality cinema facilities, in a town centre location with excellent parking and public transport links nearby. The team also delivers a programme of youth and community arts events in the wider town.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £72,000
  • 2013-2014: £72,000
  • 2014-2015: £72,000

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an interval

An interval is a short piece of contemporary theatre/live-art, created by amateur performers from Junction Adult Theatre Group after just 10 hours of rehearsals. Presented at Junction, a brand new Arts Council funded venue in Yorkshire, the show explores the notion of the interval as a performative act, as an event in itself and, most importantly, as an opportunity for comedy, carnage and mayhem. For almost all of the performers involved, this was the first time they had ever stepped foot on stage! Produced by Junction ( Directed by Chris Williams, Drunken Chorus ( Devised and performed by Junction Adult Theatre Group

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Contact details


Paradise Place
DN14 5DL

53.703979, -0.87071

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