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Maklena

Maklena

For 13-year-old Maklena, the Soviet Union is the best fairy tale yet. She imagines life in the land of the Soviets and dreams of joining the revolution. Her landlord, Zbrozhek, has a different ambition: to buy the local factory and see his name in golden letters. When their dreams are put on the line, reality and fantasy become confused and communist and capitalist ideals are taken to the extreme. This will be the world premiere of the English translation of Kulish's masterpiece – written just Continue Reading

Space Dogs

Space Dogs

Space Dogs is a historical comedy drama set in the early days of the Cold War. It tells the story of Strelka and Belka, two of the first living beings to ever reach outer space and return alive. We follow their rise from the slums of Moscow to international fame, frustrating their American primate competitors and JFK himself. Fusing historical vignettes with comedy and contemporary scenes, Space Dogs chronicles the early Space Race, exploring the boundaries of personal sacrifice, the fall of the Continue Reading

The Oppression Olympics

The Oppression Olympics

Everyone loves the idea that their life cannot get any worse, especially the four strangers who find themselves waiting for the number 51 bus into town. What begins with harmless eavesdropping soon becomes an argument over who has had the worst life. They are prepared to share everything and concede nothing. Ruth is bereaved, Alex is gay, Milo’s a virgin and Hayley is lonely. In the eyes of these proud losers, they’ve already won, but that’s not for them to decide. The Oppression Olympics Continue Reading

Givin\' It Some

Givin' It Some

Givin' It Some is a fun, fast-paced, dirty, edgy, enlightening insight into the taboos of sex today. From asexuality to polyamory, this play is unapologetically open and openly unapologetic. At your own discretion, step into a darkly witty world met by outspoken millennials that is guaranteed to have you laughing, thinking, and maybe even a bit aroused... Continue Reading

The Sleeper

The Sleeper

Set on an overnight train somewhere through Europe, The Sleeper weaves together the real testimony of Syrian refugees and the personal experience of Henry C Krempels, who draws from his piece commissioned by Vice Magazine in 2015, at the height of the immigration crisis. The play describes a situation familiar to thousands of refugees over the past few years who have become stuck somewhere between leaving home and starting a new life, where anonymity rules and the less we reveal about ourselves Continue Reading

Service!

Service!

Live sitcom from writer of Edinburgh Fringe hit Adrift. A power vacuum of biblical magnitude has opened up in the restaurant of a four star hotel. Each member of the service staff will hatch despicable schemes against the others in an epic battle to become restaurant manager... a battle that will require four very neat episodes to win. This fast-paced, foul-mouthed, relentless comedy blitzkrieg is a modern classic for the dick pic generation. 'You will 100% laugh out loud’ ***** (Buzz). Continue Reading

Obfuscation

Obfuscation

In an age of disinformation, this seminar teaches you how to stop telling people what you think and start telling them what they think. But when truth becomes slippery, who can be trusted? Are the instructors plotting a nefarious scheme or just trying to find a word for love that hasn’t lost its meaning? Either way, if you forget your name, an extra will be provided. Continue Reading

Man and Boy

Man and Boy

Robert Cole is a journalist, father and poet. Maurice is his son. Their show is a reflective, thought-provoking 50 minutes of poetry and music. The main source of material is Robert's newly published slim volume titled London Poems. The work will make you smile hopefully but be warned, the words have depth. Robert's poetic heroes are John Keats, TS Eliot, Philip Larkin, UA Fanthorpe and Adrian Mitchell. The show is staged with a simplicity that matches the thoughts and feelings in the poetry. Continue Reading

Dirty Bitches

Dirty Bitches

This play tells the story of Sophia, a street prostitute, and Serephina, a high class escort. These two women, both in their mid sixties, are coerced by Royston into meeting each other for the first time, or so they think. He has known each of them for most of their lives and has formed an emotional attachment to both. Through formative events, we find out how Serephina came to choose her destiny, while Sophia allowed destiny to claim her. This evocative story is both tragic and funny. Continue Reading