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  • Julian Schnabel - Every Angel has a Dark Side

    24 April 2014

    Time: 7pm - 9.30pm 

    Julian Schnabel, the brilliant and internationally renowned artist and filmmaker (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly; Basquiat; Before Night Falls) will have his first major UK solo exhibition of paintings in 15 years, at Dairy Art Centre in London. ‘Every Angel has a Dark Side’ brings together new and rarely seen works created within the last two decades.

    Dairy Art Centre, 7a Wakefield Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1PG

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  • All I’ve Known - Community Tour Preview

    25 April 2014

    For those who enjoyed, or missed, All I’ve Known in our Studio Theatre last year, here is a chance to see the production in a new guise. Ahead of a community tour specifically for adoption / fostering organisations and agencies, the play has been scaled back whilst retaining the emotion and honesty of the original performance.

    Rayne Theatre

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  • Jazz at Chickenshed - ‘Swing, Swing, Swing’ with clarinet maestros Ken Peplowski and Julian Marc Stringle

    25 April 2014

    Backed by phenomenal piano virtuoso Craig Milverton and his dynamic trio featuring Al Swainger on bass and Nick Milward on drums, New York's Ken Peplowski and Julian Marc Stringle, two of the world’s most renowned clarinettists, will perform a sparkling tribute to the ‘Kings of the Clarinet’ from the Swing era, playing classic melodies by the great American and British tunesmiths.

    Chickenshed Bar

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  • Tales Big Day Out

    26 April 2014

    Welcome the start of the warm weather with a bang! Tales Big Day Out is an enjoyable and entertaining outing for all the family, whether you’re familiar with the Tales world or you’re coming along for the first time. Children will have the opportunity to take part in a great interactive workshop and watch a fun performance of Tales from the Shed, then everyone will come together for a huge Tales extravaganza in the amphitheatre. 


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  • Paula's Story

    30 April 2014 - 17 May 2014

    When Paula is born with cerebral palsy, medical experts tell the family there is no hope of her ever learning or understanding anything. Spurred on by the love for their daughter, and convinced that there is a connection and understanding there, Paula's parents fight for her to be appreciated as something more than a cerebral palsy statistic.

    Paula’s Story was the very first production in our Studio Theatre and we’re proud to be putting on this show again as part of our 40th year. The fight for all humans to be acknowledged for what they can do runs to the core of Chickenshed’s ethos, making this play as relevant today as it was when first performed in 1993.

    Studio Theatre

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  • Adult Theatre - Performance Workshop

    1 May 2014 - 10 July 2014

    Chickenshed’s Performance Workshops are a series in which you will develop your performing skills and creative ideas using Chickenshed’s methods and practices. During the 8 weeks you will explore a number of performing arts disciplines and will gain skills, confidence and understanding of how to develop creative ideas and take them further.


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