Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow)

Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow)

I went to see ‘Kesho Amahoro: Peace Tomorrow’ with absolutely no idea what to expect or even really what it was about. Little did I know that by the end of this moving and slick musical about child refugees struggling through the Rwandan war (an African Oliver Twist meets Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) that I’d be crying, laughing and contemplating my own existence in equal measure... 

Erroneous

Erroneous

‘Erroneous’ - a Concatenate Theatre piece - is a play which explores the fleeting exultance of youth, fathomless depths of old age and the relationships which last throughout. Two threads of story ran parallel: one followed the lives of seven young people whilst the other was the story of one man coping with old age, loneliness and the sudden emergence of a long lost family... 

Doctor Darkling's Device

Doctor Darkling's Device

‘Dr Darkling’s Device’ was supposedly a play set in a future in which dreams are prohibited, with the ‘Psi-Police’ monitoring any illegal dream fabrication. John Lang’s character Dr Darkling is allegedly an outlaw who has created a machine which can fabricate dreams... 

Tomorrow's Dawn

Tomorrow's Dawn

On the 23rd of July, La Petite Famille performed their original fresh take on the time-old coming of age story ‘Tomorrow’s Dawn’. Following characters through adolescence as they face issues relevant to the youth of today such as love, alcoholism and an insatiable passion to sing and dance at random intervals it was an evening which showcased the future stars of musical theatre...