Alice sits in a chair next to a telephone


Tue 16 - Sat 20 October 2018
Tickets £20 - £35*

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Alice Howland is stubborn, clever and driven – a professional at the top of her game. But, diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 50, she is compelled to confront her new reality and draw on her resilience to remain independent for as long as possible.

Alice strives to remain true to the woman she has always been, while relationships shift within her family, in her work and most importantly with herself. Uncompromising yet tender, this new adaptation of the award-winning novel truthfully acknowledges life with a progressive disease – its conflicts and burden, and its small, priceless victories.

Starring Sharon Small with a spellbinding performance as Alice, this tender and touching play is written by Lisa Genova and adapted by Christine Mary Dunford. Previously adapted into the award-winning film starring Julianne Moore, it is a unique insight into the experience of a woman fighting to maintain her identity as her world changes.

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Pre-show talks (booking essential on 01223 503333)
Hosted by Tim Parry, Director of Communications & Brand at Alzheimer's Research UK.
Post-show talks
Running Time

Approximately 90 minutes with no interval

General Guidance

Performance contains smoking on stage and some strong language

Age Guidance



Tuesday - Saturday, 7.45pm
and Saturday, 2.30pm: £20/£25/£30/£35*
Thursday, 2.30pm: £20/£25/£30*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per-ticket booking fee

Assisted Performances:

BSL Interpreted performance: Wednesday 17 October, 7:45pm

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Sharon Small
Sharon Small (Alice Howland)

Barbara Havers in The Inspector Linley Mysteries (BBC1), Trudi Malloy in Mistresses (BBC 1), Christine opposite Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult and Toni Collette in the film adaptation of About A Boy, and most recently as Brigitte Rayne in Trust Me opposite Jodie Whittaker (BBC 1).

Eva Pope
Eva Pope

Matron Bottomly in Hetty Feather (CBBC), DI Heather Ashton in Silent Witness (BBC 1), Rachel Mason in Waterloo Road (BBC 1), Tanya Pooley in Coronation Street (ITV) from 1993 to 1994, and Laura Edison in Holby City (BBC 1).

Martin Marquez
Martin Marquez

Gino Primirola in two series of Hotel Babylon (BBC 1), Paul Franks in The Job Lot (ITV2) opposite Russell Tovey, and Hunter Russell in Modus (BBC 4) opposite Kim Cattrall and Greg Wise. His theatre roles include Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe), Charles Holroyd in Husbands and Sons (National Theatre), Captain Dana Holmes in From Here To Eternity (West End), and Moonface Martin in Anything Goes (National Theatre and West End).

Mark Armstrong
Mark Armstrong

Spanner opposite Michelle Keegan in Our Girl (BBC One), Rab in Frankenstein (National Theatre) opposite Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, and appeared in Design for Living (Salisbury Playhouse) and Men Should Weep (National Theatre).

Ruth Ollman
Ruth Ollman

Irene in Crazy For You, Mrs Hubble in Great Expectations, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice and Dionysus in The Bacchae.

Micah Balfour
Micah Balfour

Jermaine Bailey in Emmerdale (ITV) from 2015-16 and PC Benjamin Gayle in The Bill (ITV) from 2007-10. His other theatre credits include Frank Barber in Mr Foote’s Other Leg (Hampstead Theatre and West End) and Market Boy and The Royal Hunt of the Sun (National Theatre).

Anna Andresen
Anna Andresen

Mary Sidney in Emilia (Shakespeare’s Globe), Mollie Ralston in The Mousetrap (West End) and The 39 Steps (West End). Her television credits include Silent Witness (BBC 1) and Fortitude (Sky Atlantic).


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  • 'A moving production that manages to find the positivity at the centre of an otherwise devastating illness'

    The Stage
  • 'Beautifully played by Sharon Small'

    Yorkshire Post