Due to COVID-19, these screenings have all been postponed until further notice. Tickets already purchased can be refunded via Platinumlist, www.platinumlist.net
Make a date with your little theatre-lovers, aged 12 and over, and head to Sharjah where you can watch four of the UK’s most popular theatre productions on the big screen.
In conjunction with National Theatre Live, Sharjah Performing Arts Academy (SPAA) will be showing performances of some of the UK’s leading stage productions throughout March.
The theatre marathon kicks off with one of William Shakespeare’s most famous romantic comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, on Sunday, March 1, followed by Small Island on Monday, March 9.
The Small Island performance is based on the Orange Prize-winning novel by Andrea Levy and adapted by Helen Edmundson about a journey from Jamaica to Britain, during the Second World War to 1948, through three-intricately connected stories.
Then watch Irish actor Andrew Scott who plays actor Garry Essendine in Noel Coward’s comedy, Present Laughter, on Sunday, March 22.
The play follows Essendine’s colourful life as he prepares to embark on an overseas tour.
The final screening, on Monday, March 30, will be All My Sons by Arthur Miller and starring Academy Award-winner Sally Field and Bill Pullman as Joe and Kate Keller, who despite hard choices and even harder knocks, are a success story.
Dhs80, Dhs60 (kids under 18). Sun, Mar 1 - 7 pm (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Mon, Mar 9 - 7 pm (Small Island), Sun, Mar 22 - 7 pm (Present Laughter), Mon, Mar 30 - 7 pm (All My Sons).
Little luvvies will love this.
Sharjah Performing Arts Academy, University City, Sharjah, sharjah.platinumlist.net