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Northern Broadsides

Northern Broadsides is a small to middle-scale national touring company
working regionally and nationally from its base in Halifax. The company
produces classic and new work, which embraces the ‘muscularity’ of northern
dialect and has a strong musical element. Productions are presented in formal
and informal theatre spaces.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £253,328
  • 2013-2014: £259,408
  • 2014-2015: £266,405

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An August Bank Holiday Lark Trailer

Northern Broadsides and the New Vic Theatre mark the centenary of the start of the First World War with the world premiere of Deborah McAndrew's moving new play An August Bank Holiday Lark. Set in the idyllic summer of 1914 rural Lancashire, everyone in the community is excited about Wakes week; a rest from field and mill and a celebration of the Rushbearing Festival with singing, courting, drinking and dancing. The looming war barely registers ... but it will.

Rehearsals of An August Bank Holiday Lark

An August Bank Holiday Lark by Debbie McAndrew Directed by Barrie Rutter for Northern Broadsides Theatre Company in partnership with the New Vic Theatre opens 7th February 2014 http://www.northern-broadsides.co.uk/index.php/coming-soon/an-august-bank-holiday-lark/

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An August Bank Holiday Lark - REHEARSAL

An August Bank Holiday Lark - REHEARSAL Friends of Northern Broadsides Open Rehearsal 23.1.14 Don't judge the clogging we are only practicing!

Grand Gesture Trailer

By Deborah McAndrew, Freely adapted from The Suicide by Nikolai Erdman Directed by Conrad Nelson. Northern Broadsides in partnership with Harrogate Theatres. Opens at Harrogate Theatre on 6th September 2013 then touring nationally until 30th November2013. For a full list of venues see our website. www.northern-broadsides.co.uk

The Grand Gesture

A Northern Broadsides production in partnership with Harrogate Theatres. Opens 6th September 2013 at Harrogate Theatre, then touring until 30th November 2013. For full listing go to our web site www.northern-broadsides.co.uk

Rutherford & Son Trailer

Theatrical trailer featuring Barrie Rutter as John Rutherford. Northern Broadsides touring production. www.northern-broadsides.co.uk for tour dates. rutherford_&_son_trailer_(concept_trailer-)._1920x800.vid

Rutherford & Son

Opening night reactions to Rutherford & Son from the public.

What have you brought to NB

Rehearsal footage of Rutherford & Son

Rutherford rehearsals.

The Freinds of Northern Broadsides open reheasal, at Cecil Sharp House, London. 24.1.13 More from the rehearsal room

Friends Open Day Introduction

The Freinds of Northern Broadsides open reheasal, at Cecil Sharp House, London. 24.1.13 Founder of Northern Broadsides Barrie Rutter introduces the director of Rutherford & Son, Jonathan Miller.

Rutherford & Son Rehearsals 4

Nick Shaw and Cath Kinsella

Rutherford & Son Rehearsals 3

Jonathan Miller with Sara and Richard working on Act 2

Rutherford & Son Rehearsals 2

Jonathan Miller looks on.

Rutherford & Son Rehearsals 1

Sara Poyzer and Richard Standing in rehearsals playing Janet and Martin.

A Government Inspector Trailer

Trailer for Northern Broadsides production of A Government Inspector, directed by Conrad Nelson. Touring until Dec 2012. Trailer by Mohawk http://www.ihatemohawk.com info@ihatemohawk.com

Opening night A Government Inspector.

Curtain call, great reaction on first night.

Snapper has a go at wooing!

Last week of rehearsals, choreography session.

Dumb Show in progress

Snapper tours the town.

Open Rehearsal.AVI - A Government Inspector

Friends Open Rehearsal at the Harrogate Council Offices. A Government Inspector - Northern Broadsides in partnership with Harrogate Theatres.

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Contact details

www.northern-broadsides.co.uk

E Mill
Dean Clough Mills
Halifax
HX3 5AX

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