My Journey Throughout China

My Journey Throughout China

The zheng, whilst perhaps an unfamiliar sight to a British audience, has a history that dates back over 2,500 years and yet remains the most popular instrument in China. 

Africa, Heart and Soul

Africa, Heart and Soul

Zimbabwean theatre company, Grassroots, presents a show combining succulent, sun-drenched vocal harmonies with wonderfully choreographed dances that has been put together around th… 

Rom Com Con - Free

Rom Com Con - Free

The premise of Mace and Burton’s show draws quite a crowd into the Medina. 

Absolutely Agitated Acupuncturist Returns to Find It - Free

Absolutely Agitated Acupuncturist Returns to Find It - Free

The Agitated Acupuncturist Returns To Find It is utterly bizarre. 

Gregory Charles: Musicman

Gregory Charles: Musicman

Gregory Charles’ show Music Man centres around his truly encyclopedic knowledge of music. 

Unneeded Baggage

Unneeded Baggage

Unneeded Baggage is a devised piece in which Elea Ineson, Tilda O’Grady, Eleanor Rushton try to find out ‘what it is to be a goddess in our time’. 

BattleActs! Presents...

BattleActs! Presents...

Before the acts even take to the stage the atmosphere anticipating Battle Acts! Present is electric. 

Musical Gems for Violin and Piano

Musical Gems for Violin and Piano

On first reading, the show’s title may sound almost childlike, reading like the name of a children’s music book. 

Love in the Key of Britpop

Love in the Key of Britpop

Love in The Key of Britpop is spoken word artist Emily Andersen’s performance of her self-professed ‘ode to Britpop, nightclub romance, visa marriages and anglophilic love’. 

Circus In Hand

Circus In Hand

The Circus In Hand experience is almost undoubtedly one unlike anything you’ve seen before. 

Bach for Breakfast

Bach for Breakfast

The morning recital at the Royal Over-Seas Legion was exquisite and perhaps proves once and for all that there is a great deal of truth in the old housewives saying that ‘the ear… 

You Will Be Rare

You Will Be Rare

Just so you’re perfectly clear, You Will Be Rare is hugely engaging and memorable; but it’s not a piece of theatre.