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Breathing Water

Breathing Water

'This moment, the only truth'. A sharp, swift and ultimately moving piece that slices through themes of youth, love and fear. Performed by an ensemble of four, ‘Breathing Water’ is characteristic of Fregoli’s energetic and imaginative style. Continue Reading

May I Have the Pleasure...?

May I Have the Pleasure...?

Join Adrian at the last dance of yet another wedding disco, using humorous, poignant, autobiographical anecdotes, collective reminiscing and timeless love songs to contemplate the irony of feeling isolated in the midst of celebration. www.madeinscotland2011.com Continue Reading

Under the Influence

Under the Influence

‘Under the Influence’ is a series of pieces all centred on drug and alcohol abuse. The abusers, however, never appear onstage. The stories are told from the perspective of people in the lives of the substance abusers. Continue Reading

Cutting the Cord

Cutting the Cord

A sell-out at the Brighton Festival, follow Sachi’s journey from Tokyo to London in this heart-warming solo piece of physical theatre with live music, magical theatricality and poignant humour. 'You are witnessing something special' (London Festival Fringe). Continue Reading

Are There More of You?

Are There More of You?

A tale of four women living seemingly different lives all on the verge of a nervous breakthrough, linked by the same postcode. SW11 will never be the same! Written and performed by Alison Skilbeck. www.hint-of-lime.com. Continue Reading

War at Home

War at Home

Students respond to the events of September 11th, 2001. This ensemble piece was created from journal writings of students, teachers, and community members following 9/11. All royalties from ‘War at Home’ will be donated to charity. Continue Reading

The Flight into Egypt

The Flight into Egypt

A touching tale of ordinary peoples’ courage against all odds in Nazi-occupied Poland. A lone surviving daughter finds solace through an obsessive immersion in art and the kindness of strangers. ‘Thoughtful, tender and engaging’ (Independent). Continue Reading

Chinese Whispers at Greenwich Theatre