A Long Road Home

A Long Road Home

Have you ever wondered what lurks behind the gates of a scrap yard? Some old tyres, a wheelie bin and maybe the odd rat or two, yet what about the people who work there? Bert and Horris introduce you to their colourful scrap yard and it’s more than just rats you will meet there... 

Dean Friedman's Smelly Feet

Dean Friedman's Smelly Feet

Giving out free bottles of bubbles to children on the way in to the theatre is a sure way to get them in the mood for a good time. It’s the equivalents of handing out free money to adults on the way to the bank... 

Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess

Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess

A farting princess, flying gnomes, a king, a queen and a giraffe. This on paper looks like the ideal recipe for a children’s show. Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess is based on the bestselling children’s book; a story of confusion, marriage, kidnap and magic beans... 

Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus

There are so many possibilities with a Shakespearian text; Does one choose traditional costume or contemporary, to speak the words penned by that famous man or to tell the story in your own words?Those are some of the questions surely considered by a director when choosing to take on one of Shakespeare’s famous tales... 

Tania Edwards: The Art of War

Tania Edwards: The Art of War

Tania Edwards is wonderfully open and relaxes quickly, gracing the stage pint-in hand. She’s witty and comfortable with this audience of glum looking 50-somethings, which would unnerve even the best comedians... 

Sleeping Soldiers

Sleeping Soldiers

A new piece of writing by Meghan Crosby explores the thoughts and feeling of soldiers when they are far from home and far from love. Jim (Sammy Hayman) and Cole (Andrew Scade) take us through the pain and vulnerability of being a young soldier on the frontline... 

The Princess and the Pea

The Princess and the Pea

The level of energy needed to engage an adult audience needs to be high, but to perform a show for children your energy needs to match that of a four year old or, dare I say, to challenge it... 

Sheriff Wayne and the Sundance Cave

Sheriff Wayne and the Sundance Cave

What do you want from a show for children? Well, maybe good stories with catchy songs, told by witty and memorable characters. How about lots of energy to keep children glued to their seats? And let’s throw in a few morals for good measure...