British Youth Music Theatre presents:

Goblin Market

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A chamber opera of high energy physical theatre and complex musical harmonies based on Christina Rossetti’s famous tale. With music by renowned composer Conor Mitchell,and book and lyrics by Kath Burlinson, this enchanting production charts the story of two sisters who are ‘tempted’ by goblin merchant men. Unmissable, tempting, controversial, seductive… can you hear the Goblin call?

Opera, fairy-tale, musical theatre combine in this spectacular production last seen at the George Square Theatre, Edinburgh in 2005. The poem has been controversial since it was first written in 1862 but this production has been hailed by press and public alike as a huge success, the production setting new standards of excellence in youth theatre.

A brilliant production…energetic, dynamic, exciting, superb… Conor Mitchell has excelled here with a demanding and ambitious score… phenomenal

Irish News

Magical…Burlinson and Mitchell have created the ideal vehicle for such a versatile and talented company of performers

Belfast Telegraph

Creative Team

Adapted from the poem by Christina Rossetti

Original score
Conor Mitchell

Book and Lyrics
Kath Burlinson

Director
Gerard Jones

Musical Director
Adam Gerber

Movement Director
Danielle Meehan

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Visiting the theatre safely

As we welcome you back to the Yvonne Arnaud, our number one priority is the health and wellbeing of our visitors and staff. 

How we can all work together to stay safe:

  • We ask that you consider others and continue to wear a face covering (unless exempt) whilst in our venue.
  • Please consider your distance from others and follow the one-way system around the building.
  • Please take care over handwashing. We will continue to provide hand sanitiser around the building.
  • All public areas will have continue to have enhanced cleaning and regular fogging.
  • All staff, performers, and volunteers will continue to be regularly tested and will wear face coverings.

We ask that whatever your views on social distancing and mask wearing, you respect everyone in the theatre and their choices.

Making a booking.

To reduce contact, tickets will only continue to only be available via email. You will not be able to collect tickets from the Box Office. If you are able to open your tickets, from your email, on your mobile phone or tablet, you can just show them to us on this device rather than printing them at home.

We are now selling most performances at full capacity, even if they were originally sold as socially distanced. You are now able to book for groups of any size and with those outside of your household. 

If you would prefer not to be too close to other visitors, please contact the box office and we will do our best to recommend a performance or seats which may offer more space. 

We are also now offering socially distanced seating in the Circle for selected performances, please check individual show pages to see where this is applicable.

Book with confidence!

Rest assured, should you have to isolate due to Covid-19 when you are due to come to a booked event, we will happily help you out.

Where possible, we will move you to a different performance of the same show. If this isn't possible, we will give you a gift voucher for the price of your ticket, valid for 12 months from date of issue, so that you can come and see something else when your isolation is over!

Please contact the Box Office with as much notice as possible before the show to arrange this. We are unable to do this retrospectively after a show.

As is always the case, should an event be cancelled we will issue a full refund.

Whilst you are at the theatre.

We ask that if you, or any of your party, meet any of the following criteria on the day of the performance, that you do not attend:

  • In the last 10 days, have developed Covid-19 symptoms.
  • In the last 10 days, have tested positive for Covid-19.
  • In the last 10 days, have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19.
  • In the last 10 days, have been contacted by NHS Test and Trace system and told to self-isolate.

You are no longer required to undergo a temperature check, or to check-in on the NHS Test and Trace app.

There will be multiple hand sanitiser stations set up around the building. We ask that you continue to take care over handwashing, consider your proximity to others, and consider the safety of others and wear a face covering (unless exempt) when in our venue.

Our Café will be open before each event. We serve a range of alcoholic, hot, and soft drinks, as well as snacks and light meals. You can find out more about our food and drink offer, and view our current menu here.

We ask that you consider paying via contactless or card to help limit contact.

The cloakroom will continue to be closed. You will be able to take your belongings into the auditorium with you, but please bring the minimum number of personal items needed.

Prices

Full Price: £27.00
Concessions*: £22.00
Child / Students / Under 25s: £15.00

Family Ticket: £65
(4 tickets, must include at least 1 child. Will be applied automatically if you put the relevant tickets in your basket)

*Concessions available to Senior Citizens (65 years or over), Under 25s, Students, Job Seekers, people with a disability, and Universal Credit recipients. If you qualify for a concession, you can select this by using the drop-down option when choosing your tickets. You may be required to prove eligibility by providing ID when arriving at the theatre.

Prices include all applicable fees & levies. 

Details

Venue: Main House

Running Time: Approximately 55 minutes, with no interval.

Show Times

Thu 26 Aug - 5pm & 8pm
Fri 27 Aug - 5pm & 8pm
Sat 28 Aug - 2:30pm & 7:30pm

Accessibility

Access tickets available, please email the Box Office on boxoffice@yvonne-arnaud.co.uk to book.
For more info on Accessibility, click here.

Advisory Info

Recommended for ages 12+. There is no offensive language or content, however the story is quite dark in places and may not be suitable for younger audience members.