Tricycle

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London

Tricycle Theatre

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  • Address:

    Tricycle 269 Kilburn High Rd
    London
    NW6 7JR

  • Venue phone:

    020 7328 1000

  • Venue website:

    www.tricycle.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    10am-10pm Mon-Sat, 3-9pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Kilburn

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Cuckooed

Off-West End, Drama

  • Rating: 3/5

The story behind activist comedian Mark Thomas’s new show really brings home just how humdrum your own life is. A longterm thorn in the side of arms industry, just over 10 years ago Thomas discovered that one of his best friends was being paid to spy...

Cuckooed
  1. Mon Dec 1 – Sat Dec 13
  2. Tricycle
  3. £18-£22, £15 concs
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Lionboy

Kids' theatre, Fringe, Drama

  • Rating: 3/5

Revered experimental theatre company Complicite knows no boundaries when it comes to the subjects of its shows – only last year it had a massive hit at the Barbican with a stage version of Mikhail Bulgakov’s so-called unstageable novel ‘The Master and...

Lionboy
  1. Wed Dec 17 – Sat Jan 10 2015
  2. Tricycle
  3. £12-£22.50, £12-£15 concs. Runs 2hrs
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Mark Thomas – Cuckooed

Solo shows, Big-name talent

Following his mischievous '100 Acts of Minor Dessent' show, superb campaigning comic Mark Thomas goes a little more theatrical for his latest show, 'Cuckooed'. He's roped in director Emma Callander to help him tell a remarkable true story: Thomas discovered...

Mark Thomas – Cuckooed
  1. Mon Dec 1 – Sat Dec 13
  2. Tricycle
  3. £16-£23
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The House That Will Not Stand

Off-West End, Drama

Tricycle boss Indu Rabasingham directs the UK premiere of this new play from American playwright Marcus Gardley about New Orleans in 1836, as slaves were freed. In Louisiana, Beartrice's relationship with a rich white man has meant she has prospered,...

  1. Thu Oct 9 – Sat Nov 22
  2. Tricycle
  3. £14-£28
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NT Live: A Streetcar Named Desire

Filmed live at the Young Vic in London, Benedict Andrews's critically acclaimed staging casts Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster and Vanessa Kirby in Tennessee Williams's New Orleans-set drama about the fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois and her torment...

  • Sun Sep 28:

    • 14:00

A Most Wanted Man

Rating: 3/5

He’s pasty-faced, overweight, miserable and existing on a diet of booze. Watching Philip Seymour Hoffman play Günther Bachmann, a German intelligence agent at the heart of this John le Carré adaptation, it’s hard to banish thoughts about the tragic d...

  • Mon Sep 22:

    • 20:40
  • Tue Sep 23:

    • 18:10
  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 20:40
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 14:30
    • 18:10

Pride

Rating: 5/5

It’s the holy grail for filmmakers: to tell a story with something to say about our world that is also shamelessly entertaining, moving and funny. ‘Pride’ recalls how a small group of gay activists took a trip from London to rural South Wales in 1984...

  • Mon Sep 22:

    • 18:10
  • Tue Sep 23:

    • 20:40
  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 18:10
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 20:40

True West

Off-West End, Drama

  • Rating: 3/5

If you want to know where the Coen brothers cribbed their all best moves from, look no further than Glasgow Citizens Theatre’s robust revival of Sam Shepard’s 1980 play, ‘True West’, which transfers across the border to open the Tricycle’s autumn season.The...

True West
  1. Mon Sep 22 – Sat Oct 4
  2. Tricycle
  3. £10-£28
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Maxine S

After decades of frequenting the Tricycle theatre, I cannot in good conscience continue to do so and I will not renew my membership.  As a Jewish woman, I now find myself totally unwelcome in this independent Arts Venue.  The reason for this is the very recent boycott of the UK Jewish Film Festival.  The UK Jewish Film Festival is totally apolitical.  By demanding that they actively reject funding from the Israeli Embassy, the Tricycle has pushed them into a corner, a Catch 22 if you like, and demanded that they either become political, or they are not welcome in the establishment. This is deeply unfair and was only ever going to end one way.