Here are details of Leeds Arts Centre’s current and future productions – if you’re looking for information about our past productions, please see our production archive.
Leeds Arts Centre perform at the Carriageworks Theatre in Millennium Square, Leeds. You can contact the Box Office on 0113 376 0318.
If you would like to audition or help out backstage for any of our productions, please contact us.
Three people are enduring a terrible existence that we can only imagine.
Garcin, Inez and Estelle are strangers who find themselves impounded together after death as retribution for their sins in life. They are held captive in one room for eternity, abandoned in their own personal and vindictive hell.
Left with only each other, the incarcerated trio attempt to come to terms with their situation. Each of the three has the power to exacerbate or alleviate this hell.
Can they find resolution, or is there truly no exit?
Tom and Maggie Tulliver, siblings growing up at Dorlcote Mill on the River Floss, have an intense and abiding bond.
Maggie is intelligent, wilful and passionate; Tom is a practical, unforgiving boy, not cut our for the ‘book learning’ expected of him. As they grow, events strain their relationship. Both make choices dictated by their characters and their places in the world, driving the wedge deeper between them and culminating in tragedy.
George Eliot’s novel is no drawing-room affair of manners and this thrilling adaptation is theatrical and physical.
Auditions are on Tuesday March 26th or Thursday March 28th, at 7.30pm at the Carriageworks.
As autumn turns to winter and Hallowe’en approaches, a gentleman tramp, looking for somewhere to shelter from the wind and rain, finds just the place in an overgrown village graveyard. He makes friends with the residents below ground and the vicar above, none of whom raise any objection to his spending the winter there. But to others he’s just a rough sleeper who needs to be got rid of.
Leeds Arts Centre is pleased to present this new play by Neil Rathmell, confident that audiences will enjoy it as much as they enjoyed his other plays, Unspoken in 2017 and It’s A Miracle and The Colin Atkins Story in 2018.
Funny, scary and sad by turns, Rough Sleepers will provide entertainment that's just right for the Hallowe’en season.
Leeds Arts Centre organises many other events for its members, including play readings, workshops, social events and more. To find what’s coming up, and discover how you could get involved, please contact us.