Fri 17 June 2022 - Sat 2 July 2022 (multiple performances)

We Should Definitely Have More Dancing

An Oldham Coliseum Theatre production

  • Synopsis

    By Clara Darcy and Ian Kershaw
    Directed by Tatty Hennessy and Raz Shaw


    The amazing adventures of a woman with a fist in her head.

    Clara Darcy is fit! She’s also (almost) care-free, (kind of) happily single and joyously dancing through life but, little does she know, her world is about to be turned upside down thanks to the arrival of a fist - slap-bang in the middle of her head.

    Based on her astonishing real-life story and performed by the actress herself with friends, We Should Definitely Have More Dancing explores the things that define us, that fill us up and make us who we are – a cautionary postcard from the edge of life stuffed full of heart and love and dancing.

    Writers Ian Kershaw and Clara Darcy are no strangers to Coliseum audiences: Ian penned our hit productions of Star-Cross’d, The Mist In The Mirror and Bread & Roses, whilst Clara performed in our renowned productions of Brassed Off and Chicago.

    We Should Definitely Have More Dancing makes its world premiere at the Coliseum before heading on a national tour.

    Warnings: this show explores themes of mortality, cancer and loss and may be triggering for those with lived experience.
  • Fri 17 Jun: 7:30pm
    Saver Performance

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    Sat 18 Jun: 7:30pm

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    Tue 21 Jun: 7:30pm
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    Wed 22 Jun: 2:30pm

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    Wed 22 Jun: 7:30pm
    Socially Distanced

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    Thu 23 Jun: 7:30pm
    BSL

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    Fri 24 Jun: 7:30pm

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    Sat 25 Jun: 2:30pm

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    Sat 25 Jun: 7:30pm

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    Tue 28 Jun: 7:30pm
    Audio Described

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    Wed 29 Jun: 7:30pm
    Captioned

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    Thu 30 Jun: 7:30pm

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    Fri 1 Jul: 7:30pm

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    Sat 2 Jul: 2:30pm

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    Sat 2 Jul: 7:30pm

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