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Girls Like That

Girls Like That

When a naked photo of Scarlett goes viral, rumours ricochet from smartphone to smartphone, her reputation is trashed and her friendships turn sour. When the same thing happens to a boy he’s just one of the lads. Girls Like That explores gender inequality in the digital minefield of young Continue Reading

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Girl in the Machine

Girl in the Machine

Wildly in love and with successful careers, Polly and Owen feel ready to take on the world. It seems like life can’t get any better. But when a mysterious new technology creeps into everyone’s phones, their world is turned upside down. Girl in the Machine is a timely exploration of technology in Continue Reading

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Music Is Torture

Music Is Torture

Jake owns a recording studio. He's been recording the same album for the past 15 years. Everyone else gets the breaks. But, unbeknown to him, a potential windfall could be heading his way. He might just have to make a few... compromises. Continue Reading

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Bounce!

Bounce!

Two dancers and two musicians are faced with the unexpected—a huge wooden cube in the middle of the stage. A stunning and highly amusing dance piece; part of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival. Level: 7-13 years. Continue Reading

Nosferatu

Nosferatu

Dracula, but not quite as you know it. Bob Theatre have pushed the idea of light and shadow of this traditional tale to its most extreme limits; part of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival. Level: 8 - 13 years Continue Reading

Narrow

Narrow

A house that is too small. A man and a woman who are too big; an intimate and extremely funny love story about one couple's quest for domestic bliss. Part of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival. Level: 6 - 12 years. Continue Reading

Little Red

Little Red

This beautiful dance theatre show takes an irreverent and contemporary twist on an old favourite. Part of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival. Level: 7 - 12 years. Continue Reading

Wild Bore

Wild Bore

The first rule of making art is don’t respond to your critics. Soho Theatre, London, and Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne, bring together three masters of smart, spiky, political performance in an international supergroup of Zoe Coombs Marr, Ursula Martinez and Adrienne Truscott, to prove they, too, Continue Reading

Chinese Whispers at Greenwich Theatre