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2027: Requiem for a Lost Generation

2027: Requiem for a Lost Generation

A postmodern post-mortem of how hate won. Comedy about a pretentious student theatre company attempting to take their student union by storm with their Orwellian vision of a dystopian 2027. These pompous young thespians seek to pack a political punch with their disturbing look into the future awaiting a generation plighted by institutional racism, trans-phobia, mass consumerism and state oppression. Eleventh Hour Theatre (sell-out status 2016) presents a new comedy poking fun at the entitlement Continue Reading

My Name Is...

My Name Is...

An anti-terrorist government official is forced to reconsider all of his preconceptions regarding illegal immigrants when he comes face to face with the experiences of a desperate stranger, with whom he finds he has more in common than he expected... My Name Is... is a semi-verbatim piece, based on interviews conducted with illegal immigrants to the UK. In an absorbing and hard-hitting new play, Irruption Theatre deals with contemporary themes that examine moral choices when we are confronted Continue Reading

The Best Play Ever

The Best Play Ever

Deep in the medieval dungeons of the Royal Palace, two strangers dwell. The Crown Polisher and the Horn Blower have been framed for the murder of Eric the Court Jester and have been condemned by King Louis to write the best play ever or face execution by royal blade. Their imprisonment forces them to collaborate, and question why they are in prison in the first place. And who knows, maybe they even write a play… Join Delicious Theatre as they present their scrumptious comedy about friendship, Continue Reading

Room-Mate

Room-Mate

Hugo Alastor has gone missing. His only family connection is his brother who journeys to a B&B to find him – the last place Hugo was seen alive. But there is a shadow lurking amongst even more shadows, carrying secrets and a dark omen. And you never know where it’ll show up next… A contemporary horror combining stage and screen. You'll be taken on a thrilling, intensifying journey that is scary, dramatic and suspenseful, but often funny too. You definitely won't want to turn your lights Continue Reading

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

The Game Show Experience Live

The Game Show Experience Live

A brand-new live comedy game show experience. Your game show host, the man with the cash is the highly flamboyant, all singing and dancing Mr Pennyston Flash. Alongside our amazing host, Mr Flash, randomly-selected audience contestants will play interactive games for star prizes and lucky audience members can even win prizes right from their seat. The perfect family entertainment experience and the next contestant could be you! Continue Reading

Closed for Repairs

Closed for Repairs

Stephen F Austin University student Bobby Britton’s semi-autobiographical play leads us on a young man’s journey to discover his personal truth in a conservative Texas town. Blending honest dialogue, contemporary songs and powerful movement, this ensemble-driven piece takes on issues of identity and acceptance in the Bible belt. As the play moves through moments of intense despair and transcendent joy, performers use their bodies and voices to create the world of small town America, Continue Reading

Ape/Essence

Ape/Essence

An original, devised, loose adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s 1948 dystopian novel which examines a post-apocalyptic world. Employing surreal imagery of a satirised human society incapable of holding on to decency, the production is dark and provocative, yet infused with an entertaining, comic cruelty. Ape/Essence has also been entered into the Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival in the US. It reflects the global anxiety of what kind of future we might be facing when power and purpose Continue Reading

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