Protest Song

Protest Song

Danny slept rough on the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral for seven years. One morning he woke to three thousand people on his doorstep as protesters began the Occupy movement. Tim Price's play, Protest Song, is a heartfelt monologue in which the confrontational and abrasive Danny recounts his experience of the movement with acerbic humour and crackling momentum, showing both its inspiring idealism 

Magnum Opus

Magnum Opus

Expect to be moved. Expect to be thrilled. Expect bears. So many bears*. Hector Dunderbridge, world famous playwright, author, and bee wrangler, is unveiling his latest, greatest, show: a white-knuckle ride into the dark heart of humanity, and a search for the true meaning of Orlando Bloom**... 

Did it Hurt?

Did it Hurt?

Two strangers trapped in a room. Once inside, they cannot leave. The gravity of their collective pasts holds them there as surely as a locked door. With nothing to do but get to know one another, the men are forced to expose their inner most thoughts and ideas... 

Maklena

Maklena

Poland, 1933: thirteen-year-old Maklena fixates on a fairy-tale vision of the Soviet Union. When communist propaganda, magical geese, and her family\'s bleak reality become blurred in Maklena’s imagination, they lead her down a dangerous path... 

No Way Out

No Way Out

There’s a word for a girl like you... Stuck between highly taxed tampons and badly lit mirrors, three female characters are trapped in a toilet. A mix of clown, story-telling and political rant as they examine their stories, themselves and their fate; inviting you to laugh in the face of, ridicule, challenge and reconsider what it is to be a woman today.