Indefinite Articles bring Pinocchios tale to life in a carpenters workshop, the familiar story helped along by the shouts of the audience.
Looking more like a cheeky London chap than a mysterious magician, Ali Cook blends comedy and sleight of hand to create a great show that will keep you laughing and leave you speec…
Through a series of encounters and conversations in Airport waiting lounges, the storyline of John Godbers Departures moves from gentle comedy to drama as the characters frustr…
Sarah-Louise Young channels four very different, equally hilarious and rather odd women in this cabaret spectacular.
Patrick Monahans show is a great piece of interactive storytelling that has children standing on chairs waving their arms wildly to be picked to help Monahan tell the story of a …
Irina Diva performs Marilyn Monroes last given interview in an unfurnished black box of a stage, with a pair of heels and a blonde wig the only objects in a timeless space.
Like all good horror-plays, Slippery Rock Theatres production of Deepchurch Hollow relies on odd noises, half-glimpses and the gradual increasing of tension to keep its audience …
On the first day of their holiday, the mismatched crew of The Violet are forced to set sail once again, pushing further and further out to sea in their search for fish that will sa…
Pants on Fire Productions place Ovids Metamorphoses in a 1940s world of bombers, wireless, BBC accents and gas masks.
Based loosely on Ibsens When We Dead Awaken, Dead follows artist Pauric Fermoy back to Ireland, his pretty young wife in tow.
From the moment they step on stage, these outsize babies have the audience laughing uncontrollably.
Abi wants a baby.
Jude and Dylan have been friends since school.
Make sure you are on time for this show: youll get enough exercise during this hour-long musical romp without sprinting down Nicholson Street beforehand.
With Belle Du Jour a literary phenomenon and more and more women modelling themselves on the porn industrys feminine ideal, it is the perfect moment for a play about the lives an…
The Crying Cherry is the story of twins, Anaki and Kitano, destined to kill one another.
An author, two actors and an audience member discuss Tim Crouchs last play, an unnamed and violence-filled two-person production whose effects on the actors and writer are slowly…
‘What goes by the name of love is banishment, with now and then a postcard from the homeland, such is my considered opinion, this evening.
Headless Doctor presents us with the absurdist tale of Luma and Taph, two workers who spend everyday collecting four gallons of water and bringing it back.
Starting with a school-girl strip routine that ends in crucifixion, The Wau Wau Sisters Last Supper continues at a strapping pace, moving from Southern Country Singers to Hippy-c…
The mixture of teenage angst and guns never ends well, but proves to be a gripping formula for TV, film and drama cashing in on the worlds fascination with high school shootings.
Figs in Wigs sells itself as an abstract piece of theatre reflecting facetiously on the absurdity of modern-day living.
Shakespeares Comedy of Errors tells the story of separated twins: Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant Dromio find themselves in the city of Ephesus, not knowing that this is t…
In Reading, a shady man is walking the streets, dealing toys.
A heavily pregnant fairy, a yuppie Goldilocks, a Jeremy Kyle-style King chatting to a jilted Snow White, Burbery-wearing rats.
This is a tightly performed and sensitively directed play about the process of bereavement and post-war trauma.
Hilaire Bellocs Cautionary Tales were written in the late-19th century and have been in print ever since.
Stick Man has just gone out for an innocent jog, when suddenly he is snatched up by a dog.
A mismatched group of animals wait in the shadow of the wave, facing the prospect of being left behind.
For the first fifteen minutes of Dusk on the Nile, its near impossible to work out whats going on.
When Naomi Grossmans second self-penned show, Carnival Knowledge, premiered in LA, it enjoyed a sell-out, twice-extended run, and the actress was nominated for best solo performa…
Starting with a runaway bride hiding in a closet, Silken Veils moves into the past, using projection, shadow play and puppetry to recreate Darias parents love affair in Iran ov…
Fourth Monkeys Clockwork Orange smolders with a visceral energy that flares into violence at the slightest excuse.
The stage looks like a science teachers nightmare: covered in tangles of wire, buckets and bins, the tables overflowing with mysterious bottles, flasks, gas-torches, tubes and an…
This is life! says Troy, spreading his arms wide, encompassing the tiny stage littered with advertisements and crumpled pearls of wisdom, reaching towards the slightly baffled …
Dressed in lab-coat and goggles, Rosie Wilby is here to inform us about what makes us tick the whys and wherefores of lust and love for people of all sexual persuasions.
In Sam Shepards vision of a self-destructive Hollywood nightmare, art, consumerism, film and popular culture are used and abused to hallucinatory effect.
Best friends Jess and Gem, two struggling actresses, decide to go their separate ways after yet another unsuccessful audition and a bed fiasco.
I have never been the sole member of an audience before.
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