Shit-faced Shakespeare: Macbeth

Shit-faced Shakespeare: Macbeth

We are greeted by host, James Murfitt, who arrives dressed in sparkly trousers and a disco ball top hat, and explains that the show might be a little “illegal, illicit, illogical”… 

Late Night Gimp Fight: 10 Years Still Broke

Late Night Gimp Fight: 10 Years Still Broke

Late Night Gimp Fight compile their best material from the last ten years to provide a crude and raucous evening of entertainment. After successful runs at both Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe, as well as Soho Theatre, Late Night Gimp Fight has become quite the cult show… 

Hot Mess: Bezzie Mates

Hot Mess: Bezzie Mates

Max Levine and Anna Piper recorded themselves for a year to find the funniest sketch ideas to put into the show. We get a giggly glimpse into their rehearsals as short clips are projected showing them in their natural brainstorming habitat… 

From The Cradle To The Bin

From The Cradle To The Bin

A Ship of Fool’s Theatre Company welcome us to Happy Valley Care Home, a place where the elderly are ‘thrown onto life’s scrap heap’. Charles Shetcliffe convincingly plays polite elderly gentleman Mr Whitey, left to the care home by his uninterested daughter… 

HoneyBee

HoneyBee

HoneyBee, written and performed by Eleanor Dillon-Reams, is a coming of age story that follows lovely Kate and her ‘ketamine kissed’ pals to a festival. Fuelled by drugs and young lust, Kate unpacks their evening, recounting the moments towards a tragic incident… 

Bryony Kimmings: I'm a Phoenix, Bitch

Bryony Kimmings: I'm a Phoenix, Bitch

Performance artist, comedian and mother, Bryony Kimmings rises from the ashes in new autobiographical show I’m a Phoenix, Bitch, a piece exploring motherhood, trauma and healing.Classical, melancholic opera music plays as we find large pieces of set in each corner of the stage draped in white sheets… 

Melancholy

Melancholy

‘Spiral down the stairs to the world of the inventor. Consumed by grief, he undertakes work on his biggest creation yet, his lost wife... but at what cost?’This story of puppetry and animation follows a man’s (Stephen McCabe) journey into mourning and acceptance... 

MacBETTI

MacBETTI

In this delightfully satirical and shoddy retelling of Macbeth, spunky Heidi Niemi commands the stage with focus, hilarity and precision. Dressed in neat black trousers, a white shirt and black braces, the solo performer dashes about the stage, energetically snapping from character to character... 

Enter The Dragons
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Enter The Dragons

On an epic adventure to halt ageing in its tracks, writers and performers Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards swim the sea of apology, march the bridge of tears and conquer the dark depths of the underworld on a fruitful journey of discovery... 

Ingo's War

Ingo's War

This cosy story follows the adventures of Ingo, a dog on a mission to make his owners proud. Lost and alone, Ingo is found as a pup by Bryony (played by Sophie Hatton), who cares for him until their chaotic separation in the war... 

Dangled

Dangled

This fast-paced, sharp writing from Louis Viljoen focuses on a man’s (Rob Van Vuuren) rapid descent into madness. His feelings of belittlement and disapproval are at the forefront of his mind as he longs to be noticed by a beautiful girl, Sophie... 

Power Story

Power Story

Blooming Ludas presents Power Story – a tooth-achingly sweet participatory, environmentally friendly piece of storytelling. Co-Artistic Directors Haeweon Yi and Francine Dulong take time to get to know each audience member before immersing us in the world of Bloomingdale, a struggling town with an energy problem... 

Not the Horse

Not the Horse

Three scousers, two angry mobs and a horse. Naughty Corner Productions presents the worst criminals in the world; simple scouse lad Tony (Nick Sheedy), Stan the man with the plan (Warren Kettle), and uptight firecracker Paul (Michael Hawkins)... 

GIANT

GIANT

GIANT follows the never-ending, whirlwind of generations in protagonist, Tommy’s family. This quirky depiction of the hustle and bustle of family life is jam packed with puppetry, poetry, brash clown make up and copious amounts of cardboard boxes... 

Blocked

Blocked

“Bye!”, Kate (Laura Curnick) chirps as a disgruntled man with a beer leaves from the front row ten minutes into the set, a rather awkward start to Blocked, which is followed by the gradual downfall of a stand-up comedian...