Molodyi Teatre combine verbatim accounts of migration from the Ukraine to the UK with a Britain’s Got Talent pastiche in a bizarre satire of modern-day xenophobia.
Drawing from the likes of renowned theatre company DV8, All Might Seem Good mixes verbatim accounts of fate with physical theatre: mixing the highly natural with the highly stylise…
Young company LUND have created a collage of testimonies from current, former and aspiring young servicemen and women in their new show Playing Soldiers.
New company Bellyfeelhave collaborated with Crisis, a charity for the homeless,to develop a series of monologues that illustrate the tough and varied experiences of those living wi…
Best of the Bohemians have everything you’d expect from a concert of musical theatre.
Mason King’s Mind Control mixes card tricks, deception and mind-reading into just under an hour of delving into the human psyche.
Following its woefully short-lived run at the Adelphi Theatre in 2015, the only opportunity to catch this upbeat musical is now in the hands of amateur theatre companies.
Some Voices is a sharp, gritty and touching play that some may recognise from a 2000 film adaptation starring Daniel Craig.
Godspell is one of composer Stephen Schwartz’s lesser known musicals.
A Royal Flush is a dark political comedy turned farce, featuring a princess stuck in a portaloo and a ransoming of The Daily Star.
The premise: ‘Sherlock Holmes and the [insert audience suggestion here].
Ben Dali’s Strictly Come Trancing has a flashy presentation as he enters to Eye Of The Tiger in a glittering jacket and pop-star headset.
Pussyfooting is a project that has been evolving over the course of a year, and, presumably, could continue to go on evolving with its bright new company from Oxford University: Kn…
Drawing from Biblical allusions, Fourth Monkey’s The Ark, as part of their Genesis and Revelation programme, centres on people attempting to play God with the lives of modern-day…
How Is Uncle John? is a story about the relationship of mother and daughter: of protector and protected, and of victim and survivor.
‘Some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the innocent’ reads a screen at the back of the stage.
Liz Miele is a smart, sardonic firecracker from New Jersey who’s been on the comedy circuit since the tender age of 16.
Patrick Monahan is the guy in the club that everyone becomes best friends with in one night.
Gliding in wearing a mint green and lace floaty dress, Andrea Hubert appears calm and somewhat airy as she walks out onto the stage.
Put Miranda Hart in a rocket with an extra dose of feminism and whimsy and you get Samantha Baines’ 1 Woman, A Dwarf Planet and 2 Cox.
Still Here is a new piece of verbatim theatre formed from an interview conducted in the Calais refugee camp during December 2015.
Seven years since her first solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe, Tiff Stevenson hits the audience right off the mark with a joke about 7/7.
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