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Urine Town

Urine Town

Officer Lockstock invites you to the not too distant future, where only the privileged can pee for free. Corporate conglomerate Urine-Good Company and its CEO, Caldwell B. Caldwell, has privatised all lavatories. Only public amenities exist… at a price. It’s down to Bobby Strong and the people Continue Reading

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A Thread

A Thread

Inspired by sculptor Elisa Bracher’s vast installation piece The Endless Still Point, which he saw at the museum of modern art in Rio, Jerwood Award-winning choreographer Jean Abreu has been working with the artist to meld her weighty metal and wire structures with his own contemporary dance Continue Reading

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The Gypsybird Speaks

The Gypsybird Speaks

Dark times have befallen the forest where a writer, a director, a painter, and a witch lament the lost Philena. Devoured by the gypsy moths, the forest crumbles slowly as they await the prophet Asphodel. www.maxbelltheatre.com Continue Reading

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Leaving Iowa

Leaving Iowa

This critically acclaimed play is a hilarious, family-friendly comedy that is a toast to the idealism and character of parents from the greatest generation, and a little roast of their dedication to the family road trip. Continue Reading

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Sandpits Avenue

Sandpits Avenue

Beat poetry, slick choreography and original folk music merge in this ambitious piece. Stella Wilkie Award winner 2013. East 15 / Kings Head Theatre present Boneyard's debut production: moving tale of a soldier's return to small town life. Continue Reading

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My Village and Other Aliens

My Village and Other Aliens

Mesmerising modern folk tales from the acclaimed author and songwriter - part story, part song, wholly original. ‘A clever songwriter, social satirist and bittersweet romantic somewhere between Jake Thackray and Jacques Brel.’ (Independent). Continue Reading

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