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No Man's Land

Date: 03 May 2011

This heart-warming play , at the West Yorkshire Playhouse until 7 May, explores inter-generational and cross-country attitudes and follows Kitten’s journey and developing relationships as he learns there’s more to life than his own experiences. FREE tickets available for young people.
CLICK HERE to find out more about the Free Tickets offer from West Yorkshire Playhouse.

Kitten’s been caught busting up garden sheds. Viktor’s caught in his memories of escaping East Berlin. And Little Houdini is just trying not to get herself caught.

Brought together in a back garden in Armley, these three have to try to fit together their stories of the past and dreams of the future. All while dodging Kitten’s long suffering Youth Offending Officer. A mysterious, time-travelling, bordercrossing play of fantasies, friendships and jigsaw puzzles.

No Man’s Land is a co-production between West Yorkshire Playhouse and Theater an der Parkaue, Berlin. It is the culmination of Borderlines a two year project involving exchanges and collaboration between young people and artists from Leeds and Berlin.

Tickets are £10 each or £8.50 per student for educational groups. FREE tickets for all performances are available for young people as part of a brand new Under 26 scheme.

Tickets are available from the WYP Box Office on 0113 213 7700.

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