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The Calpol Flashbacks - Free

The Calpol Flashbacks - Free

Feverish and hallucinating, you reach again for that bottle of sweet pink gloop. An adult stand-up show about kids that's original and a bit sick. Cheapest drinks on the Fringe. Take a swig, go on. Continue Reading

★★★★
Berkoff\'s Hell

Berkoff's Hell

Loneliness is... a solitary profession. 'Unique and fascinating from monotone opening to killer final line.' (List). 'Nothing short of brilliant!' (Evening News). 'Dillon's vulnerability summons the Beckett in Berkoff.' (Times). 'Disturbing, dangerous theatre.' (Guardian). Warning: partial nudity. Continue Reading

★★★★★
Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman

The greatest play of the 20th century by Arthur Miller. The story of one little man battling for identity, purpose and greatness in a ruthless world. Sell-out show: 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2004. Continue Reading

★★★
Chamber Music

Chamber Music

Fearless new theatre company takes on playwright Arthur Kopit's absurdist play, ‘Chamber Music’. Eight historically famous women come together in the bizarre setting of an insane asylum, where they fear an attack from the mens ward. Continue Reading

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Celebration

Celebration

Two mafia bosses and their bitchy trophy wives toast a wedding anniversary. Nearby, a young couple taunt each other with past infidelities. Harold Pinter's final play is a dark, dirty chuckle, a viciously funny expose of wealth, class, marriage. Continue Reading

★★★
Markus Birdman: Dreaming

Markus Birdman: Dreaming

Dreams are like children, follow them too long, people get suspicious. It’s about following your dreams, about coming to terms with yourself and about an hour. 'Controversial, witty, topical, silly. I laughed so hard it hurt' (BBC). Continue Reading

★★★★★
And the Birds Fell from the Sky

And the Birds Fell from the Sky

An immersive video-goggle performance for two people, casting the audience as main characters, placing them in the heart of the story. 'Potent collaboration between a theatre and a film director' (Guardian). www.ilpixelrosso.org.uk Continue Reading

Love

Love

A contemporary exploration through the sonnets of William Shakespeare. Two people in love. Jealousy. Joy. Lust. Passion. Sold-out Melbourne Fringe 2010. Winner Hannah Barry Award (MU Theatre Board 2010). Winner Best Production (MU Shakespeare Festival 2009). **** (Theatre People). Continue Reading

Chinese Whispers at Greenwich Theatre