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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 Continue Reading

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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 Continue Reading

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Atlas

Atlas

It's 1684 and the world has entered a new era of scientific enlightenment. A friendly wager between three titans of natural philosophy – Edmund Halley, Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke – turns ugly. Enter little known and less beloved Isaac Newton, whose deep-seated grudges propel him to alter Continue Reading

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Commons

Commons

One hotel room. One impossible scandal. Two men who don't know what they want. Through the story of Marcus and Sam, watch the machinations of both a complex political satire and an emotionally fraught love story. This highly original piece of new writing portrays the romance of a middle-aged MP and Continue Reading

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DROLL

DROLL

In 1642, theatre was made illegal. Theatre didn't die. The award-winning Owle Schreame theatre company present a chaotic and semi-improvised selection of rough, wild, raucous and bawdy, short (illegal) plays from the 16th and 17th centuries. Unperformed for almost 400 years, Drolls were the Continue Reading

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