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Play, Thu 22 Feb - Sat 17 Mar 2018
‘To leave office before my term is completed is abhorrent to every instinct in my body. I have never been a quitter.’
In 1974 Richard Nixon became the only US President in history to resign from office, immersed in one of the biggest scandals in American political history: Watergate.
For David Frost, international socialite and well-known chat show host, an access all areas interview with a fallen President is the career-defining opportunity of a lifetime.
Nixon seeks absolution, Frost is pushing for confession. Both want to control the story, only one can emerge the victor.
A captivating dramatization of the post-Watergate TV interviews, Kate Hewitt (Tribes) directs this landmark play in the first British production since its award-winning 2006 debut.
|Thu 22 Feb - Sat 17 Mar 2018|
Please visit the Sheffield Theatres website for ticket prices
Ticket Outlet: Tickets are available from 0114 249 6000, on-line at the Sheffield Theatres web site or in person at the Sheffield Theatres Box Office.
|Sat 17 Feb||Writing Masterclass|
|Sat 17 Feb||Concerteenies with Music in the Round (0 – 1)|
|Sat 17 Feb||Concerteenies with Music in the Round (1 – 2)|
|Sat 17 Feb||Concerteenies with Music in the Round (3 – 4)|
|Thu 22 Feb - Sat 17 Mar||Frost/Nixon|
|Wed 28 Mar||Play Reading: Certain Young Men|
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From the M1 exit at junction 33 and take the A630/A57 Parkway signposted Sheffield City Centre. When Park Square roundabout is reached, take the fourth exit (Commercial Street) signposted Theatres/Galleries. Continue up the hill and bear left on to Arundel Gate. Q Park Charles Street is our associated car park, see website for more details.
Sheffield Theatres are now working partnership with Q Park at Charles Street to offer our audiences cheaper and safer parking.
Those wishing to travel to the theatre by car will benefit from discounted parking from Q-Park for both matinee and evening performances.
Discount vouchers are available from the box office and will also be sent out with tickets purchased in advance or at box office.
Train and Coach
Sheffield is well connected by train and coach. The Theatre is 5-10 minutes walk from the train station and the coach station nearby. Leave the train station, cross the road and walk straight up Howard Street, by Sheffield Hallam University (this area is currently undergoing major re-development). The Millennium Galleries are at the top of the hill. Walk up the obvious ramp to the right of the gallery entrance and continue along Surrey Street until Tudor Square and the theatres appear on your right.
Bus and Tram
The nearest bus stops are on Arundel Gate (50m) and High Street (300m). There are two Supertram Stops in close proximity to the Theatres; Castle Square and Cathedral (400 m).
Drop Off Point
A drop off point for customers with access difficulties is available on Tudor square and allows direct access to both Crucible and Lyceum buildings. Entrance to the drop off point is via Surrey Street and is available from 1 ½ hours before the performance.
There are eight disabled parking spaces available on Surrey Street outside the library and a further two on Norfolk Street. These are unreserved and operate on a first come, first served basis. Alternatively, Orange/Blue badge holders can park on single yellow lines (or double yellow lines, providing they are not causing an obstruction). There are 2 levels of access spaces in the Q-Park car park on Charles Street.
: 0 miles from Sheffield station