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Northumberland Theatre Company



NTC is a professional small-scale touring theatre company based at the Playhouse, Alnwick. We tour shows around the country, predominantly using village halls and community centres as venues in small rural towns and villages

"NTC's productions may be small-scale and done on a shoestring but they are backed by a team which can match anything done by much bigger, purpose built theatres and whose imagination and ability to weave a storytelling magic as they transform unpromising spaces into theatres for the night is second to none" - Lynn Gardner, The Guardian


Get your NTC Christmas show tickets now!

Posted by: Karen - Tue 18th Oct 2016 10:35am

'Red Riding Hood and Other Stories'

by our very own Louis Roberts.

Little Red Riding Hood

NTC’s own special adaptation is a new combination of well loved, familiar and unfamiliar fairy tales: a collection of funny and scary stories including Little Red Riding Hood and The Wolf and The Fox, making ideal seasonal entertainment for family audiences. With lots of music, chilling moments and plenty of laughs - this is imaginative storytelling at its best.

Venue details now available see SHOWs. See you there!

Last chance to see 'How to Make a Killing in Bollywood'!

How to Make a Killing in Bollywood

Only 11 dates left in the tour. Buy a ticket now to see this hugely popular show!

Mesmerizing Mumbai!

Posted by: Karen - Mon 19th Sep 2016 12:02pm
Photos from 'How to Make a Killing in Bollywood'.

How to Make a Killing in Bollywood

Read the reviews:
The Northumberland Gazette

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Audience reviews:

Fantastic actors, emotional response to an emotive play, best play this year.
Brilliant, both of us really enjoyed it. Original and innovative. Thank you.

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Keeping you up to date

Posted by: Karen - Wed 24th Aug 2016 12:03pm
We are going into production next week for How to Make Killing in Bollywood.

We are excited to announce the cast and crew are as follows:

How to Make a Killing in Bollywood

Storm-Skyler McClure

Manjot Sumal, Uhmar Ahmed, Adam Buksh

Craig Davidson (SM)
Munya Redman-Bayasi (Trainee SM)

Fin Kennedy from Tamasha Theatre will be consulting on the production. Michelle Huitson is the Designer for the show.

We open at Alnwick Playhouse on 15 September at 7.30pm, see you there. If you can't make it we are touring around the country until 5 November 2016. We hope we are touring to a venue near you.

A big thank you to our funders for making this exciting new project possible, thank you to Arts Council, The Barbour Trust and the Ridley Family Trust.
Grants for the Arts

Dates for 'How to Make Killing in Bollywood'

Posted by: Karen - Wed 27th Jul 2016 12:03pm
The tour dates for 'How to Make a Killing in Bollywood' are now on the website so hurry and book your tickets. We hope there is a venue near you, we are travelling far and wide this autumn.

Trainee Opportunity - How to Make Killing in Bollywood

Posted by: Karen - Mon 4th Jul 2016 1:14pm
NTC seeks a Trainee

Touring Stage Manager

to work in rehearsals and on tour for

'How to Make a Killing in Bollywood'

by Umar Ahmed and Manjot Sumal. This is a musical comedy about two best friends who decide to quit their jobs in a fast food restaurant and head to Bollywood in search of fame and fortune. A play about friendship and ambition and the lengths people will go to realise their dreams, punctuated throughout with a fantastic sound track and infectious injections of Bollywood dance moves.

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- Candidates will have stage management training or worked as stage management in amateur/semi-professional theatre.

- This traineeship will be fully mentored by producer Gillian Hambleton and the touring stage manager. Candidates will acquire skills and experience in all aspects of small scale-touring theatre including get-ins and get-outs, LX: rigging and focusing, FX and propping.

- You must be available from

30 August to 5 November 2016

. This is a full time opportunity and will include weekend and evening working - you will also be required to write a final report on your experience.

- This exceptional opportunity offers

a bursary of £290 p.w.

, accommodation in Alnwick during rehearsals and accommodation on tour.

- Please apply by email by 18 July with full CV and letter explaining why you would be suitable for this training opportunity, which is partially funded by The Barbour Foundation.

- Interviews are on 21 July 2016 in

Alnwick, Northumberland

. NTC actively seeks applications from BAME candidates and trainees resident in the North East.

Please submit your application to Email:

[email protected]

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