Hub

Hub

‘The Hub’ is ultimately a feel good comedy about following your dreams and the consequences of this pursuit. Feri Tezcan certainly has a knack for writing solid sitcom style comedy... 

Others

Others

Paper Birds are back this year with a theatrical exploration into what it means, as a woman, to be ‘other’. In a strong verbatim style, three women’s stories are brought to life through a mixture of storytelling, physical theatre and multi-media... 

Twinkle Twonkle

Twinkle Twonkle

Tall stories Twinkle Twonkle opens with siblings Stella (Twinkle) and Ryan (Twonkle) conversing with each other through giant walkie-talkies. Whilst long suffering Stella sits obediently cross-legged under the scaffolding, incessantly excitable brother Ryan darts up and down the aisles urging young audience members to aid him in his escapades... 

Memory Cells

Memory Cells

Memory Cells written by Louise Welsh and directed by Hannah Eidinow is a chilling psychological thriller centred on the relationship of a young hostage, Cora (Emily Taaffe) and her abductor Barry (John Stahl) This is not a particularly comfortable theatre experience... 

Alex Horne: Odds

Alex Horne: Odds

Watching Alex Horne’s ‘Odds’ is a little bit like being back in your favourite teacher’s class at school, the one who was able to make even the most difficult and laborious of subjects enjoyable...