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We Are All Going to Die

We Are All Going to Die

A comedy about death in which everyone (spoiler) dies. Trapped in an Arctic research base with a dead body, eight people face their mortality, but at least they don't know Trump won. Featuring an a-hole, a panic attack in human form, a horny sex pest, two secret lovers, a depressed pessimist, an insufferable optimist and the funny one. Continue Reading

Anathema

Anathema

Anathema. (n). ‘Someone or something that one vehemently dislikes.’ Jamie was raped at a New Year's Eve party, but it has taken him a month to tell anyone. Whilst his friends struggle to accept the truth, Jamie reflects on what occurred since he moved to university and the events that led up to his rape. This tragic story tackles the typically taboo subjects of male rape and rape culture through the eyes of a group of students. Continue Reading

We Are Not a Muse

We Are Not a Muse

'If we don't like a book, then we put it in the shredder; then we take out all the good bits and we put it back together!' What makes literature great? This raucous romp through a selection of short stories and poetry takes on the patriarchal world of publishing with a satirical twist. Tite and Snobbo are on a literary rampage to make books great again. With physical theatre, puppetry and a heavy dose of irony, we take on men and their muses in an exploration of how to make literature really Continue Reading

Golf Course War Machine

Golf Course War Machine

NATO Summit, 2014, Newport, Wales: Pippa is dazed, hungover and staging her own personal protest on the Coldra roundabout. This is her opportunity to trample down the fence, as she fights to put Wales on the centre of the global map, proving that even the smallest of voices can be heard amongst the political noise. South Wales based No Boundaries Theatre make their Edinburgh Fringe debut with this equal parts visceral, witty and moving one-woman play, written by Chris Harris and performed by Continue Reading

Cult-ure

Cult-ure

Circled in their new support group, six young people all brought together by one thing – a journey from friendship to revenge. Cult-ure explores the effects of bullying and the true meaning of safety and support. Their need to belong to something greater than themselves only brings them weakness and isolation. They feel support and in turn answer to their new higher power, a young man with drastic views. Continue Reading

Woolf

Woolf

'Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind...' Built from her own words, with a playful storytelling style using object theatre and movement, Woolf tells the astonishing true story of the life and works of writer, icon and feminist Virginia Woolf. #aplayofonesown Continue Reading

The Importance of Being Frank

The Importance of Being Frank

Wilde's much loved masterpiece gets a 1980s revamp. John Worthing and his egocentric friend Andrew Moncrieff fall in love with two naive girls. However, there's a problem – both girls are adamant they could only ever love a man called Frank. As the two young men bicker over who is the most Frank, issues with parents and parentage rise to the surface. Comical chaos ensues as the country and town collide with callous love. This production is a superb satire on British manners with witty repartee Continue Reading

Guy Fawkes It Up

Guy Fawkes It Up

'Remember, remember the fifth of November. Gunpowder, treason and plot-holes...' Ever wondered what really went wrong under the Houses of Parliament in 1605? Or how one mysterious gentleman and his motley crew nearly changed history with a bang yet ended up with their plans hung, drawn and quartered? Well, we have the answers and, in two words, expect fireworks! Laughing Mirror present... Guy Fawkes It Up (a historical farce, full of farcical history!). Continue Reading

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