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About the Unsaid

About the Unsaid

This touching new musical explores the interior monologues of three interconnected characters through acoustic songs, focusing on their lack of communication and the difference between what they think and say. Genuine, heartfelt and boldly thought-provoking. About the Unsaid is a daring fusion of folk genres and musical theatre that examines universally timeless dilemmas in relationships. Written by Maria Shepard, the composer of acclaimed student musical Anna Karenina, which performed to a Continue Reading

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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

Side Orders

Side Orders

'You can open your eyes now'. Tinder, tea, falafel, fear. Amina wants to be a stand-up comedian. Lily doesn’t know what she wants to be, but she’s trying to be PC. A chance meeting in a chip shop with glitter-ball artist Bobbi makes them the focus of his new artwork forcing all of them to question; what does it mean to be lonely today? Following the success of Twix: ‘A definite must see at Edinburgh fringe’ (AYoungerTheatre.com). Side Orders is a playful new production from Antonym Continue Reading

From Today, Everything Changes.

From Today, Everything Changes.

Before Chris’s wife died, after over 30 years of marriage, she made him promise to be himself. But accepting he’s gay is only the start. Online dating is a whole new world; can this younger man really be interested in him? And how does he come out to his daughter? Written by first time Fringe author Ian Tucker-Bell and brought to Edinburgh by the Oast Theatre, this new play takes a refreshingly honest and tender look at a 60-year-old man coming out and finding love. Continue Reading

Doreen\'s No-Brainer Lectures – Live

Doreen's No-Brainer Lectures – Live

Doreen's One-Minute No-Brainer Lectures have had over 21 million online video views since April 2016. Doreen is an alternative, irreverent edutainer who makes learning fun again. She is now on a mission to teach the world all the things that she knows in 45 minutes... It's enough! The live show includes 20 of the most popular lectures, including Riding, Gravity, French, How to Cope with a Hangover, Sex-Ed, Mamma-Mia, How to Run a Country and Swimming along with some completely new lessons. Come 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

The Second Coming

The Second Coming

In a world full of hatred and ignorance, Simply Surreal, fresh from our sell-out show last year, welcomes you to our exciting play. The Second Coming is a farcical retelling of the Nativity story focusing on the Virgin Amy and her surprise when a stranger leaves an unexpected gift in a public toilet. Helped by Angela, a news reporter, and three strange doctors, Amy’s journey can only lead to one thing, the Messiah’s return. Contains blasphemy. Continue Reading

Thy Name is Woman

Thy Name is Woman

‘Frailty, thy name is woman,’ said Hamlet. But what did Shakespeare himself think? How are females characterised throughout his plays? We live in an age where feminine identity and the names we call women are at the forefront of public discourse, so let's bring the Bard's ladies into the limelight! Join the Rose Theatre Players for a mash-up of scenes and speeches featuring Shakespeare's women – their joys, their struggles, their losses and their triumphs. Continue Reading

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