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Maria Ornata

Maria Ornata

A crisis has taken hold of the Heavens. Gods, saints and spirits have ruled the world for centuries, but in the modern world, their influence has plummeted. In this mind-boggling piece of new writing, all eyes are on the Virgin Mary, Queen of the Heavens, as she desperately attempts to keep the fabric of reality from ripping apart. A thought-provoking one-man show on reality, faith and hubris. Continue Reading

The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Merry Wives of Windsor

We are coming to the Festival Fringe with our unique Korean style. Based on The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare, this show includes Korean traditional music, costume and dancing. A word doesn’t matter here. Our body says everything. We bring you a story of human life which is full of humour. The story is like this: there is a foolish guy who is full of conceit. He tries to steal a married woman’s heart. But the merry wife rather screws him over. Meanwhile, her husband is Continue Reading

Broken Episodes

Broken Episodes

Broken Episodes is an immersive Artaud style of performance, written and directed by Thomas Sellick-Newton, artistic director of Atmostheatre. Co-written with Sam Hands and Mark Actinson, Broken Episodes is a 45-minute theatrical 'in your face' spectacle where the audience become trapped inside a black box , integrating both ‘spectator’ and ‘performer’ in with each other. Continue Reading

Twenty Something

Twenty Something

Noah and Maisy are brother and sister, both twenty-something and not living the lives they'd hoped for. As an argument at family dinner unfolds, we watch them retell moments in their lives that led them to where they are now. The good, the bad and the just plain embarrassing. With an important decision to be made, the two are under pressure to tell their side of the story and make the right choice. Continue Reading

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Spirit of the Dane

Spirit of the Dane

Tony Cronin's hillarious new comedy brings Hamlet – the character – and Lady Macbeth – the character – together and they struggle to find meaning to their existence in a modern world that refuses to see them as they originally were! Performed by Tony Cronin and Julia McLivane – two professional actors from Los Angeles, Spirit of the Dane is a hilarious romp through the peculiar minds of two of Shakespeare's greatest characters. Continue Reading

Girls Will Be Girls

Girls Will Be Girls

'A new label on an old tin of beans won’t change the flavour.' 'I’m sorry, am I an old tin of beans in this scenario?' Seven envelopes addressed from Oxford University are making their way across the country. Seven girls at their breakfast tables begin their days hoping to forget about tomorrow’s impending news. Embarking on the assignment of how to become women; the stars of Chucked Up Theatre's debut production find themselves caught between demanding body images, phallocentric sexual Continue Reading

A Different Way Home

A Different Way Home

In this deeply moving and astutely observed play, two monologues from two members of a small family in a small, closely knit north-England town tell a powerful story from two wildly different perspectives. Leslie, who has lived with his mother all his life, tells of the events leading up to her death, unwittingly revealing the extent of his loss and his bitterness towards his sister, Maureen. Feeling betrayed and rejected by her family, Maureen tells a different story of grief and isolation. The Continue Reading

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