Secret Life of Humans

Secret Life of Humans

David Byrne’s The Secret Life of Humans is a captivating insight in to what it means to be part of human civilisation. Reflecting on the 'ascent of man' - to the complex, interconnected world we live in today... 

The Coolidge Effect

The Coolidge Effect

During the early years of the British Broadcasting Corporation, its first Director-General Lord Reith established the BBC’s mission as being to “inform, educate and entertain”... 

Safe

Safe

"Take risk away, and what’s left?" In a climate that thrives on box-ticking, risk-assessing and safeguarding, we desperately try to create a ‘safe’ environment. But have we stopped listening to those we are trying to protect? 

Taking Flight

Taking Flight

  • Listing
  • Theatre
  • London Fringe
  • Multiple Venues
  • 5th - 23rd Feb 2017

Red Dragonfly Productions, the team behind the critically acclaimed 'DiaoChan' and 'The Autumn of Han' are proud to present an evening of new writing from first time BEA, BSA and BSEA playwrights. 

In Our Hands

In Our Hands

In one delightful scene of In Our Hands, miniature boats on sticks floating on a sea of netting are used to show us the ship-to-ship gossip of trawlermen, Cornish vowels lilting over a fuzzy shipping forecast and Jo Walker’s original score... 

Push and Citizen Puppet: New Double Bill

Push and Citizen Puppet: New Double Bill

Double Bill: A world-premiere stage adaptation of Sapphire’s novel PUSH, best known from Oscar Winning Film Precious, will pair with Blind Summit’s advanced glimpse of their next show, Citizen Puppet, a political fairy-tale devised from verbatim text 

Das Ding by Philipp Löhle

Das Ding by Philipp Löhle

UK premiere of DAS DING by Philipp Löhle A globetrotting comedy of globalised connections. “In a highly comical, breakneck fashion, Philipp Löhle illuminates the mechanisms of our globalised, technologised, rapidly changing world... 

A Dashing Fellow

A Dashing Fellow

"Fantasy, the flutter, the rapture of fantasy!" The crumbling decadence of Germany, 1930: one man's desire takes him far beyond the boundaries of human decency; another's longings and regrets force him into a dangerous spiral of addiction; a third's erotic reveries culminate in a thrilling Faustian pact with the Devil herself... 

CELL

CELL

CELL tells the story of Ted who, after being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, goes on a trip of a lifetime. The show uses puppetry, physical theatre and an original score to explore a man’s loss of movement through this degenerative disease.