Wed 23 Sep at 7pm & Thu 24 Sep at 6pm | Vimeo

Centre Stage

Created & performed by Daniel Dryden

Centre Stage is a cabaret style performance that is also a love letter to amateur musical theatre, something that Daniel is very passionate about!

Through this performance, Daniel explores the only passion he’s known, the stereotypes associated with it, and the family he’s found, in all its different forms. 

We'd love to hear what thoughts on Centre Stage. Your feedback will help shape the future development of the piece. Click here to fill out a short audience survey.

As a result of Covid-19, Northumbria University's Theatre and Performance MA final performances were reimagined online. In order to learn more about your experience of this year's festival, we’re gathering information and feedback from our audiences. Every response you can give us is hugely helpful and will help inform the future development of the work presented. 

Timing and Ticket information

Wed 23 Sep premiere at 7pm
Thu 24 Sep at 6pm 


Age suitability: 16+ 

Duration: 30 minutes


How to watch: 

Sit back, relax and press play when you're ready. Make sure you've turned your volume up, using the volume bar icon in the right hand side of the video player next to the 'CC' captioning icon. 

Centre Stage is an online theatre performance that is broadcast via online platform Vimeo, and can be viewed using the video player on this page or directly on Vimeo by following this link:

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