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The Tanya Moisewitsch Playhouse

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Lost Communcations
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Created by Electronic Musician, An-Ting, and Creative Technologist, Ian Gallagher, Lost Communications ???? is a Live Audio-Visual Performance Immersing the Audience Deeply into the Light and Darkness of Nature.

A fundamental property of the natural world is interaction and communication. Every species in an ecosystem contributes to the harmonious symphony that it is a part of. We chose a long time ago to shut ourselves off from this, slowly at first, but with ever increasing speed, we have closed our hearts. We no longer hear the natural music around us.

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Liberation Squares
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Three teenage girls forge an unlikely friendship. They challenge each other with TikToks, beat-boxing, rap and dance routines... They just want to build their social media empire, or study astronomy, or become as good a rapper as Megan Thee Stallion. But they undergo a political awakening when they realise that what you say – even what you think – is viewed very differently depending on who you are.

When they find themselves the target of the state surveillance ‘Prevent’ programme, they have to fight back. Friendships fracture and loyalties are tested as they pursue different avenues of resistance. In an era when dissent is being criminalised, what does it take to speak up?

SK Shlomo: Breathe
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Described by The Times as a “one-person music festival”, international non-binary beatboxing star SK Shlomo returns with award-winning new solo show BREATHE: a rollercoaster love-letter to the lifesaving power of beats, bass & breathing.

With rave reviews after premiering at the world-famous Royal Albert Hall, and winning a Fringe Award at Edinburgh Festival, BREATHE is a thrilling mix of cutting-edge music tech, heartwarmingly personal storytelling, and the breathtaking virtuosity that makes SK Shlomo a main-stage festival favourite, a world-champion beatboxer, and collaborator of choice for megastar acts like Ed Sheeran, Bjork and Gorillaz.

Total Ripple Effect
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A tech company, a house share and an as-yet untested interactive computer game. What could possibly go wrong?

Devised by Laura Guthrie and the Launchpad Company, with key concepts inspired from Urgent! A Timely Play by Nicole Joseph in collaboration with SPTYoung Company.

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An interactive performance exploring the personal and political legacy of Margaret Thatcher. The audience are invited to Mrs. Thatcher’s very own traditional English tea party. With lip-sync, clown, and verbatim theatre the audience are encouraged to bring their anger or admiration in the comforts of cake and cucumber sandwiches.

Created and performed by Jack, who grew up in Thatcher's former constituency, Thatcher-Rite puts the personal and political side by side. Her mark on the cultural, social and political notions of Englishness begs the question, “Has Mrs. Thatcher truly left us?"

Dead Girls Rising
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Katie and Hannah love murder. They go to bed listening to podcasts about serial killers; they clutch blankets glued to gruesome documentaries. They're in deep. Burrowing beneath the skin, beneath the guts, beneath the veins and blood and mess of flesh. They're not sure if they can stop, and they're not sure if they want to.

Dead Girls Rising is a furious coming-of-age punk cabaret show about trying to survive in a violent patriarchy, our deepest fears, and how we seek to control them. It's a play about holding your breath as you walk home at night. It's a play about the edges of us and how the world sharpens them.

Something Old, Something New
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Written and directed by Tess Seddon

Inspired by and created with communities of Sheffield.

It's meant to be their big day but everyone is behaving badly.

From the never-been-to-the-North-before guests, to the teenage band who ‘don’t believe in weddings,’ to the overworked, underpaid caterers.

Then disaster strikes, forcing the party to face what it means to commit to someone and somewhere.

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A fantastical odyssey of grief, love, unexpected heroes and painting the town red (literally).

When 15-year-old Qamar’s brother dies in a tragic accident, nothing in her world makes sense. Then she meets her brother’s friend and mentor, Stax.

Stax introduces Qamar to the clandestine world of street art and 'the axis' - a mystical underground realm. Qamar finds herself on an odyssey of loss, art, and the unbreakable bonds that defy mortality.

Directed by Rob Watt (Wish You Weren’t Here, Birds and Bees).

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'911, what's your emergency?'

'My husband... they shot him... they all did.'

July 10th 1981. Skidmore, Missouri. A man is shot dead in broad daylight. There are sixty witnesses - but no one saw a thing.

Part Western, part True Crime, with a foot stomping live Americana soundtrack, KENREX is a gritty, gripping, one-man thrill ride from the creators of the Olivier-nominated Cruise.

Pig Heart Boy
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Is it better to have a pig's heart that works… than a human heart that doesn't?

Cameron is thirteen, and all he wants is to be normal – have friends, go to school, and dive to the bottom of his local swimming pool. But he desperately needs a heart transplant and time is running out. When he’s finally offered a new heart, Cameron must choose how far he’ll go to get his life back.

From the multi award-winning writer Malorie Blackman OBE (Noughts and Crosses), this brilliant novel is brought to life in a brand-new adaptation by Winsome Pinnock, and is directed by Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu.

Urgent! A Timely Play
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University drop-out and house-sharer Jude drifts through life until one day when he accidentally opens a time portal and finds out death is coming for him.

University drop-out and house-sharer Jude drifts through life until one day when he accidentally opens a time portal and finds out death is coming for him.

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5 - 10 minutes walk from Sheffield train station


The Crucible work in partnership with Q-Park to provide safe and secure parking in Q-Park’s Charles Street car park, located on Arundel Gate. If you are using a Sat Nav please use the postcode S1 2NJ. Audience members are entitled to a discount off parking for both evening and matinee performances.


Café Crucible, in the Crucible’s lower foyer, is the perfect place to pick up a light snack or a delicious treat when you’re out and about in town or prior to seeing one of the productions in the Crucible.


There are also a range of bars and refreshment points in the Crucible where you can buy drinks, sweets and ice creams pre-show and during the interval.

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Previously known as the Studio theatre, the 400 seat auditorium within the Crucible was renamed the Tanya Moiseiwitsch Playhouse in 2022, in honour of the hugely influential theatre designer who had an essential role in the creation of the Crucible complex.

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