Broadway Baby

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On The Twentieth Century

On The Twentieth Century

Jaffee, and his hapless entourage are on the run. Desperately trying to resuscitate his flat-lining career he books a carriage on the Twentieth Century Limited, the world's most famous express train, bound for New York. In the next carriage resides his former sweetheart turned Hollywood starlet Lily Continue Reading

★★★★
Iolanthe

Iolanthe

The company that produced and created the Award-Winning Pirates of Penzance are teaming up for their next collaboration. Iolanthe is a topsy-turvy love story involving fairies and members of the House of Lords - a political fairy tale that only Gilbert & Sullivan could conceive. First performed in Continue Reading

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A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange

Teenager Alex and his droogs terrorise dystopic England with the ultraviolence and old in-out-in-out. But, when the police catch up with Alex, he decides to undergo a terrifying new medical procedure which makes him physically incapable of choosing between right and wrong. Continue Reading

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A Resounding Tinkle

A Resounding Tinkle

Bro and Middie Paradock are your average couple; they'’re interested in politics, enjoy a good book with coffee, and get an elephant delivered once a year. But what happens when the elephant is the wrong size? And is it really possible to turn Bro into a computer? Will the technician hold up the Continue Reading

Bluebird

Bluebird

Bluebird follows Jimmy, a London mini cab driver, over the course of one night as he picks up a variety of 'fares'. As each passengers' secrets are revealed Jimmy is forced to face some of his own demons. The first London revival of Bluebird since the Royal Court premiere in 1998 will be performed Continue Reading

★★★★
Robin Hood Queen Of Thieves

Robin Hood Queen Of Thieves

Chaos ensues as a very gay Robin Hood and his band of merry men descend on Above The Stag in this year's riotous adults only pantomime. Robin Hood: Scourge of the rich, friend to the poor, champion archer and outlaw (but with a day job as a nurse at Friar Tuck's Sherwood Forest Cottage Hospital). Continue Reading

The Magic Toyshop

The Magic Toyshop

The summer she was fifteen, Melanie discovered she was made of flesh and blood. At midnight, Melanie climbs the apple tree in her garden wearing her mother's wedding dress. The next morning her parents are dead and her life altered irrevocably. Wrenched from the comfort of childhood into a dark Continue Reading

★★
Polar Bears

Polar Bears

John has never met anyone like Kay. When the moon is in the right phase, she is magnetic and amazingly alive. But when the darkness closes in, she is lost to another world, a world in which John does not belong. One man's struggle to love, support and live with someone suffering from a Continue Reading

★★★
The Way of the World

The Way of the World

310 years after it first premiered at Lincoln’s Inn Fields The Way of the World is back in a new slick, sexy, hedonistic 1980s setting. From Flashdances to furious flirting this ‘bitesized’ version of the classic Restoration comedy promises… Maverick, Maxwell and mullets, The Pretenders, with Continue Reading

★★★★
My Name is Richard

My Name is Richard

Loser, loner, skinny, scum, boffin, bender, dickhead, dumb. Words hurt. See the world through Richard's eyes in this amusingly painful tale about one boy's desperate attempt to win his true love, Anne, from his tormentor, Harry. Continue Reading

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