The story of George follows an everyman at a crucial moment. He is meeting J today; A loving and terrifying figure of authority and enlightenment. But in a world where everyone shares the same ambition, who is George able to trust?
This one hour solo performance was a truly mesmerising and moving
experience. From the opening moments when Nev Petel mimes a simple action accompanied
by the sound of his voice humming, we are transfixed by his world and his story...
The man in the end cell isn’t like the others. He keeps his head down, doesn't give no trouble - and he's a gentleman, or so rumour says.
But Abigail ought to beware - because the man in the end cell is Dick Turpin.
Three fast paced, twenty minute, absurdist comedies that are completely unrelated. Each their own original story, we follow a series of off-beat larger than life characters whose minds trail off onto all manner of tangents...
The award-winning romantic comedy follows the story of college senior Evie and her struggles when it comes to relationships, gaming and life in the real world. Her two worlds finally collide with hilarious and unexpected consequences.
Three elderly brothers fail to overcome their childhood rivalries in time to save the family fortune from being lost during the 2006 financial crisis. Directed by Preece Killick and starring Iain Stuart Dootson, Lloyd Morris and Jonathan Meyer.
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