Learning To Fly

“A virtuouso display of postmodern storytelling” – THE LIST on Team Viking

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    17 Nov

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    The Old Courts
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    Doors open

Learning to Fly is the story of a remarkable friendship James made when he was a lonely, unhappy teenager –with the scary old lady who lived in the spooky house on his street. It’s about connection, no matter the obstacles; about love’s eternal struggle with time; about music and its ability to heal. It’s also about her last wish: to get high once before she dies. Uplifting, big hearted and hilarious, this new one man show promises a glorious and irreverent evening with one of the UK’s most acclaimed storytellers

  • The Theatre is accessible from street level via a flight of stairs.
  • Wheelchair users can access our Theatre using our Supertrak wheelchair stair lift.
  • There is an accessible toilet on this level.
  • The Theatre bar area is accessible for wheelchair users.
  • There is no lift in our building.
  • Blue badge holders are entitled to park on the single yellow line on Crawford Street during its times of operation for up to 3 hours without charge.
  • Performance Time: 8:00pm

  • Age Suitability & Warning: Various times available

  • Accessibility: Find out more >

  • Tickets: You should receive your ticket confirmation within 24 hours of booking. Please check your junk and spam folders. If you still haven’t received anything, please call Quaytickets on 0343 208 6015.