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Blink Twice!

Blink Twice!

Following last year's summer hit 'BLINK! and You Missed It!More showstoppers from the musicals you missed. Featuring forgotten gems by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerry Herman, Kander & Ebb, Arhens & Flaherty and more. Devised by Peter Bull & Tim McArthur. Continue Reading

The Dreadful Hours

The Dreadful Hours

The Dreadful Hours combines Tmesis Theatre’s Yorgos Karamalegos and Elinor Randle and their trademark physicality with new writing from acclaimed Northwest playwright Chris Fittock, in a darkly comic drama that explores the quiet crumbling of love’s first flourish through the lifetime of one Continue Reading

Company

Company

Company is Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s prolific, revolutionary musical comedy. Set in New York, Company explores a brief moment in the mind of its central character, a thirty-five year old bachelor Robert, via his three girlfriends and his ten married, once married, or soon to be married Continue Reading

Colors

Colors

It’s both business and pleasure that take Frank, Damon, Rocco, George and his dad to a dive bar in Bucharest: twenty kilos of crack to sell and that small matter of George’s mum and her Romanian lover. Surely nothing in Romania can halt the progress of these all-American gangsters? In Romania, Continue Reading

Midnight Matinee

Midnight Matinee

Every month Midnight strikes, coaches turn into pumpkins and strange and wonderful things start to happen at The Tristan Bates Theatre. Never the same twice, these events are for the cultural explorer in you. These regular sell out nights, recommended in Time Out’s top things to do in 2009 are not Continue Reading

My Balloon Beats Your Astronaut

My Balloon Beats Your Astronaut

My Balloon Beats Your Astronaut is a dark, funny and surreal play about a lonely character, John Smyth. When John goes to a mysterious location to collect a ‘prize’ he becomes embroiled in a competition involving painful tests and bizarre challenges. The Papatango New Writing Competition runs at Continue Reading

Tattoo

Tattoo

With the relentless and poetic qualities of an ancient Greek tragedy, this play pierces to the heart of a family enslaved by its father. Multi award-winning playwright Dea Loher’s plays include Innocence (Time Out Critic’s Choice, Arcola 2010), Land Without Words (Theatre 503 2009) and Stranger’s Continue Reading

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