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Exiles

Exiles

A young writer tries to engineer an affair between his partner and best friend. Dunnico Theatre presents a bold new version of this absorbing drama, the only play by James Joyce (author of Ulysses). Praise for Dunnico Theatre's The Alchemist: 'bold...there is much vitality in this production' - One Continue Reading

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Chris is Dead

Chris is Dead

"Death is very inconsiderate." "So are Talk Talk." Grieving a loved one is hard, especially when you're really annoyed with them. An awkwardly funny, shamelessly honest story about love, loss and splitting the phone bill. Praise for Empty Photo Theatre: "****" - Broadway Baby "****" - Three Weeks Continue Reading

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Second Class Parents

Second Class Parents

A chance meeting on a radio talk show brings together an unlikely group of men. All have one thing in common... a desire to see more of their kids. How far should they go to make the case for a more equal input into their children's lives? Second Class Parents is an intense look at the emotions of a Continue Reading

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Power

Power

Workshop presentation of a brand new political satire by William Stanton. Gavin Dredge goes to Intelligent Wellbeing Solutions, a nightmarish privatised government department, to find out why his mother's vital prescription has been stopped. A fast moving political farce about a society in which Continue Reading

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Mad North-North-West

Mad North-North-West

As actor Basildon Tate enters the theatre for the first day rehearsals of Hamlet his enthusiasm holds no bounds and he's very pleased to be working with newly acquainted fellow actor William. What Basildon doesn't realize is that William is in fact a hit-man sent to kill him. A dark comedy from Mark Continue Reading

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Bare

Bare

Bare is an autobiographical solo performance. Using elements of cabaret and burlesque, Susie will take you on a titillating tour through feathers and frustration, exploring significant moments in her past and what happens when you are afraid to bare all, both emotionally and physically. Continue Reading

Laughter on the Brain

Laughter on the Brain

Part gig, part neuroscience experiment - for anyone who’s interested in laughter, science or just wants to give their intercostals a work out. Why do we laugh, what happens when we do and how do we understand what's funny? Find out how laughter generates endorphins, why you laugh less past Continue Reading

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Rosie Wilby: Is Monogamy Dead?

Rosie Wilby: Is Monogamy Dead?

Prompted by a rash of monogamy-bashing by high-profile authors and several close friends breaking up, Funny Women Finalist / Radio 4 regular tracks down sex researchers and polyamorous couples, and presents the results of her own survey, to explore age-old conflicts between lust and commitment. Continue Reading

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