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Just William\'s Luck

Just William's Luck

The invincible William Brown considers he is jolly well equal to solving most of life's trickier problems, although devising a plan to get the elder brothers of the Outlaws married off might be a considerable challenge... Shedload Theatre presents a love letter to Richmal Crompton's classic characters in a fresh and dynamic adaptation. Fusing live storytelling, screaming and screaming, music, knights of the square table, Foley sound effects, the Outlaws trademark gusto and all the best Continue Reading

The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray

What does it profit a person if they gain the whole world and lose their own soul? Dorian Gray, young and beautiful, sinks deep into a frivolous lifestyle of selfish abandon, seemingly unchanged by corruption and untouched by age. But, behind a locked door, beneath a heavy curtain, Dorian's portrait tells a different story... Oscar Wilde's classic novel is brought to life in a new adaptation by award-winning Box Tale Soup, featuring puppetry and a powerful original score. ‘They are Continue Reading

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland

Follow Alice down the rabbit hole into an extraordinary world filled with madcap adventures and magic. Lost in a strange land, she encounters a host of bizarre creatures including the Cheshire Cat and the Caterpillar, has tea with a Mad Hatter and plays croquet with the Queen of Hearts. Suitable for the whole family, Lewis Carroll's classic tale is brought to life by an acclaimed company using live music, puppetry and a liberal helping of fun. 'A really charming and delightful show' Continue Reading

Cow

Cow

‘Hi, why've I got a cow? Why've you got a.../What is that?/A snake dog? This is just a casual rural situation: I'm a farmer's daughter, looking to acquire a tractor... I think I've got a handle on things.’ A tragicomedy with music, set in rural Devon about a girl, a cow and the ways we ask for help. From Jessica Barker-Wren and Lucy Wray, director of They Built It. No One Came – 'Intriguing and psychologically complex' (Stage). Goodstock – 'Honest, funny and true' Continue Reading

Harry

Harry

'Who is that?', 'Harry', 'He's my favourite', 'I think he's everyone's favourite.' Caitlin and Sophie meet at university and quickly become best friends. United by their love of crisp sandwiches and the latest X Factor sensation One Direction, they plaster the walls of their room with pictures of the band's charismatic heartthrob, Harry Styles. But over time, the obsession that initially brings them together starts to have more damaging effects. Poor Michelle presents Harry – a play about Continue Reading

Wow!

Wow!

Wow! The universe is mind-boggling! Isa Bonachera presents her debut Edinburgh show. If you like to hear about people, places and things, this is the show for you. Failed scientist Isa Bonachera will take you in a journey through reality. You are guaranteed to learn nothing. Previous praise includes: 'the best stand-up I have ever seen live' (Will Maclean, Cambridge Student). 'A continuous mixture of laughter and abdominal pain ensued' (Eddie Spence, Tab). 'Had everyone beside Continue Reading

Muriel: Bad Master

Muriel: Bad Master

Muriel (Janine Harouni, Meg Salter and Sally O’Leary) are multi award-winning actresses and comedy performers. With millions of views online, Muriel's sketches are 'taking the social media platform by storm' (Evening Standard). Now, the hotly-tipped sketch trio, winners of the Sketch Off! 2017 competition and the creators of viral videos If Tube Lines Were People and The Great British Political Bake Off, bring you their debut multimedia comedy show, fusing innovative characters, satire Continue Reading

The Great Ridolphi

The Great Ridolphi

How do you hold on to the world's greatest escape artist? 10 years after the death of his father, illusionist extraordinaire The Great Ridolphi, Victor O'Meara is visited by detectives inquiring on the whereabouts of a missing Francesco Goya masterpiece. Revisiting obscure items left to him by his father, Victor delves into a world of smoke and mirrors to uncover the truth behind his father's involvement with one of the greatest art heists of the century. Part adventure, part mystery, and Continue Reading

Tumble Tuck

Tumble Tuck

'I've never raced. I'm too jiggly to be here.' Daisy's swimming the relay, but her legs still jiggle... and her front crawl is 'a bit f*cking feminine'. She shouldn't be here. Written and performed by the acclaimed Sarah Milton, Tumble Tuck explores what it means to be successful in a world where medals matter. 'When I swim, it all goes away.' Tumble Tuck was first presented by the Old Vic New Voices and then The Soho Theatre in Autumn 2016. Produced by BackHere! Theatre and directed by Tom Continue Reading

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