Directed by Jacqueline Wheble and Laura Crow
Design by Laura Crow
Photography - Tom Barker
Ruby Winters - Sam Vaughan
Katherine Winters - Katherine Reynolds
Nancy Wilde - Kendal Boardman
Edward Holmes - Ben Hynes
Will Croft - Adam Martin-Brooks
Arthur Nelson - Tim Cooper
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the building - a disused mill - the venue is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility, as the performance area is accessed via a flight of stairs.
When do the doors open?
Doors open at 7pm, half an hour before the performance starts.
Do you have a latecomers policy?
Latecomers will not be permitted until the interval, once the performance has started.
Is this the same building/venue as Hope Mill Theatre?
Please note, this is not the same venue as Hope Mill Theatre. Hope Aria Academy is further along Pollard Street East, in a separate building. There will be posters up on the nights of the performances to guide you in.
Time & Again Theatre Company was formed in the summer of 2017, by Laura Crow, as a new young theatre company wishing to explore all things vintage and historical in ways that are fresh and relevant for today. “Greyhounds manages to capture the historical tale – life on the 1940s home front – with human experience (love, loss, unfilled potential) and merges these with political themes that are extremely relevant to modern life – the notion of ‘the other’, the morality of war and how society treats those with mental health conditions.” – Northern Soul Time & Again are particularly interested in exploring the lives of historical women who push boundaries, either by working in typically male-dominated industries, engaging in political or revolutionary ideas, or behaving in a way that wasn’t deemed acceptable by society at the time.