When the Wind Blows

When the Wind Blows

With Donald's finger twitching on the nuclear button and Kim Jong Un flexing his ballistic muscles, who knows 'When the Wind Blows'? Raymond Briggs' darkly disturbing comedy follows Hilda and Jim Bloggs as they try to construct a nuclear fall-out shelter, armed only with a government pamphlet, a screwdriver, emergency rations and a protractor from their son's old school geometry kit... 

King Charles III

King Charles III

Queen Elizabeth II is dead. After a lifetime of waiting, her son ascends to the throne. A future of power. But how to rule? Mike Bartlett’s controversial and critically-acclaimed King Charles III explores the people beneath the crown, the unwritten rules of our democracy and the conscience of Britain’s most famous family... 

The Effect by Lucy Prebble

The Effect by Lucy Prebble

If there’s a topic sought after in theatre right now, it would most likely be mental health and how we deal with it. Lucy Prebble’s The Effect addresses this from a more medical perspective, set within a drug trial testing a new antidepressant with fantastic characters played well by the cast of four... 

Urinetown: The Musical

Urinetown: The Musical

Two decades of drought result in a ban on the use of private toilets, and citizens are forced to pay through the roof to use public amenities, a privilege we currently enjoy in the real world without the excuse of a drought... 

Still Lives by Ella Turk-Thompson/The Regina Monologues by Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer

Still Lives by Ella Turk-Thompson/The Regina Monologues by Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer

'Still Lives' hinges on a chance meeting between wheelchair-bound Harriet and lost boy, Fred. The Regina Monologues - three Catherines, two Annes and a Jane. Six women with one thing in common – a man called Henry. 

One Man, Two Guvnors by Richard Bean

One Man, Two Guvnors by Richard Bean

Oh what a man! Francis Henshall is a man driven by his needs, whether its food or a good woman, he is totally consumed and motivated by his desires. Wheeling and dealing is the name of the game and his twists and turns form the plot... 

Greek by Steven Berkoff

Greek by Steven Berkoff

Steven Berkoff’s 'Greek' is Sophocles’ great tragedy of incest, patricide, plague and mutilation, re-imagined in Thatcher’s Britain, not in ancient Thebes. The language is poetic but filthy... 

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward

One of Coward’s greatest plays, 'Blithe Spirit' is the story of socialite and novelist Charles, who invites an eccentric medium, Madame Arcati, to his house to conduct a séance, hoping to gather material for his next book... 

Company by Stephen Sondheim

Company by Stephen Sondheim

An honest, witty, sophisticated look at relationships. On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Bobby contemplates his unmarried state. In vignette after hilarious vignette, we are introduced to his married friends and three girlfriends, as Bobby weighs the pros and cons of married life...