Florence  Smith - Now and Then

Florence Smith - Now and Then

Written by actor Christopher Saul, (currently Pompey in IMPERIUM at The Gielgud Theatre), based this play on recordings he made of his Grandmother, Flo, in 1969. It had its first performance at The Bear Pit, Stratford upon Avon in March this year: \"Feisty, funny and frank this working class London girl endured poverty, injustice, a troubled upbringing, love and loss... 

Florence Smith - Now and Then

Florence Smith - Now and Then

Its 1969 and Flo looks back on her life in London from the Boer War to the Summer of Love. She recalls with horror, humour tears and joy those turbulent times at home and, in the world beyond her front door 

Richard III

Richard III

Old bones ache before a storm. Within an hour trowel had hit bone, and the moment it did, the thunder rolled in. The archaeologists disturbed something that, frankly, should not have been disturbed... 

Terry and Jude

Terry and Jude

Jude is desperate for a child, Terry is lost and looking for company. In a thought provoking, bitter sweet comedy one of them decides to make the other an offer he can’t refuse! From the older man’s perspective the play explores fear, loneliness, hope, loss and expectation. 

Give My Regards to Broadway

Give My Regards to Broadway

This all singing, all dancing energetic new musical revue will take you on an exciting journey down the ‘Great White Way’! Featuring some of the greatest melodies and lyrics written between 1902 – 1942, with songs from George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern and Harold Arlen. 

Being Brahms

Being Brahms

  • Listing
  • Theatre
  • London Fringe
  • Multiple Venues
  • 24th Mar - 5th May 2018

Anton does his best but it’s a heartless, tough old world out there – what with the Nazis, internment, a loveless marriage and a son he can’t communicate with. Being 19th century romantic composer Johannes Brahms is a much better option... 

The Zebraphiles

The Zebraphiles

The Zebraphiles: A fun and weird sketch society created by the medical students at Barts and the London. Naturally, there is a strong medical theme, but we promise there’s something for everyone, plus we'll introduce you to WINE IN A CAN! 

At the heart of everything

At the heart of everything

From the comedic mind of Barry Fyfield (who used to work in Further Education) comes "At the heart of everything" A new satirical comedy, that lifts the lid on dark possibilities of this forgotten sector of education... 

At the heart of everything

At the heart of everything

Dystopian Owls present a play that combines comedy, farce and satire in a contemporary, austerity setting. This satirical comedy explores the absurdity between what a management says and the way they behave... 

Dead Ends

Dead Ends

A new dark, comedy farce set in a dingy, small-town hair dressing salon; called Dead Ends Beauty Boutique. With a serial killer on the loose, hair isn't the only thing that's getting chopped off...