Listings: Theatre

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May 18 - May 25 2017

The Hare and the Tortoise: Curly Tales back with their show for children aged two to seven and families, Theatre Delicatessen,The Moor, Saturday, noon and 3pm (£6).

Declaration: Declaration examines the faces we wear to fit in and what happens when we are forced to declare our differences. Developed in consultation with medical professionals, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) and mental health support groups, Declaration challenges stereotypes with a curious, comic and candid look at ADHD, mental health and diagnosis in the 21st century. 27th May The Civic Barnsley – 7.30pm. Hanson Street Barnsley S702HZ.

Sacred Sounds: Sacred Sounds tells some of the largely forgotten stories of British India’s role in the First World War. Over one million Indian combatants and non-combatants participated in this devastating war. Of these just under 100,000 were Sikhs – an astonishingly high number – considering they represented a tiny percentage of India’s population. Inspired by an evocative photograph of Sikh soldiers performing Gurbani Kirtan or Shabads (Sikh sacred hymns) in a French barn, this live concert showcases the music that Sikh soldiers took with them to camp and battlefield. Sikh Music Traditions and the First World War. Presented by Alchemy and SAA-uk in association with The Network of Sikh Organisations, U.K. Part of Cast’s programme for Alchemy Doncaster, the UK’s largest South Asian arts and culture festival from the Southbank Centre. Saturday 3 June Cast Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU. 12 noon and 2.30pm. For full programme details, tickets and to reserve places visit:

Frankenstein by Nick Dear: 9th June The Lamproom Barnsley 01226 200075.

Islands In The Stream: The Music of Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers. Civic Theatre, Rotherham. Saturday 27th May 2017 – 7:30pm. Catherine Street, Rotherham. Box Office: 01709 823621. WEBSITE: