Northern Broadsides

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Northern Broadsides is a theatre company formed in 1992 and based at Dean Clough Mill in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England. The founder and artistic director is Barrie Rutter. The company performs in Halifax and on tour, a mix of Shakespeare and other productions. Music is specially written for each production by Composer and Associate Director Conrad Nelson. Barrie Rutter has described the company's style as "Northern voices, doing classical work in non-velvet spaces".[1]

In 2012 the ‘Northern Broadsides - 20 years' exhibition opened, celebrating the work of the company through the production photography of Nobby Clark who has worked with Northern Broadsides since its beginnings in 1992. The exhibition ran in Dean Clough’s Crossley gallery from 26 May till 16 September.[2]


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