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Whatever Happened to Vandal Raptor?

Whatever Happened to Vandal Raptor?

Whatever Happened to Vandal Raptor? is a perfect demonstration of a performance as protest, performance as change, and how one person can make a difference by creating a space where people can be brought together.The piece encapsulates punk, with the play – a tale of the imaginary band Vandal Raptor coming together, exploring how age has affected their ideals and lifestyle – pieced together with scenes, songs and poetry, all performed by Henry Raby with spirited tenderness... 

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Hurricane Katie
Hurricane Katie

Funny Women’s ‘One to Watch, 2016’ bustles, belts and lunges her way through Hurricane Katie with showmanship and boundless energy... 

Short & Curly: Young at Start
Short & Curly: Young at Start

Short and Curly do not do things by halves. They throw themselves into every role and every situation with an overwhelming amount of energy and enthusiasm, producing hilarity at every comic turn, so that you cannot fail to laugh and join in the fun... 

The Great Yorkshire Fringe New Comedian of the Year Final 2017
The Great Yorkshire Fringe New Comedian of the Year Final 2017

The finals of the Great Yorkshire Fringe New Comedian of the Year competition as ever throw up a talented assortment of acts... 

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George Egg – DIY Chef

George Egg – DIY Chef

Direct from total sell outs at the Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe 2017 and Brighton Fringe 2017, and following sell out Edinburgh Fringe runs in 2015 and 2016 plus a sell-out UK tour, award winning* comedian George Egg (the ‘Anarchist Cook’) returns with a BRAND NEW SHOW demonstrating more live cooking and laugh-out-loud comedy... 

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Gerard Harris: Attention Seeker
Gerard Harris: Attention Seeker

The shy, anxious jokewriter for a top British comedian accidentally crashes into the stand-up spotlight and, armed with paralysing fear, blind panic and jokes the comedian didn’t buy, sets out to prove just who’s really the funny one... 

Squabbling House Theatre Presents: Blink by Phil Porter
Squabbling House Theatre Presents: Blink by Phil Porter

Brought together by a voyeuristic relationship that teeters on the verge of stalking, introverted Sophie and eccentric Esther relive the story of how they met... 

Squabbling House Theatre Presents: Scratch
Squabbling House Theatre Presents: Scratch

Inspired by our sister production of Phil Porter's Blink, Squabbling House Theatre are delighted to present the company’s first collection of new writing shorts: SCRATCH In its last performance before heading to the Edinburgh Fringe in August, come and see the work of 4 different writers, each with their own distinctive style...