Ever wanted to know what a camping trip sounds like through the medium of opera? Yes, I’m being serious, and this is just one of many bizarre performances you will see from The Dis…
In this tense drama the audience is thrown before a confrontation between former A-grade student Amy and her history teacher Mr Reilly.
When I think of an all girls boarding school, I think of discipline, tradition, etiquette, and above all a place where success must exceed expectation.
Where Do Little Birds Go? follows the story of Lucy Fuller in the heat of London’s swinging sixties, where she has hopes of landing her dream job as a West End star (or a barmaid…
Thrown into the lives of five characters, Ken Jaworoski’s Acts of Redemption reveals moments of loss, regret, realisation and confession, where a snippet of life is captured in a…
A perfect balance of circus and ceilidh, this entertaining and talented troupe bring Le Haggis, a show that guarantees to have you clapping along in your seat.
Brought to the fringe by multi-talented Jethro Compton, The Clock Strikes Noon (along with the rest of the Frontier trilogy) is not to be missed.
Troy Diana’s comedy These Troubled Times focuses on Charles (John Curtis), an openly gay man who arrives at his brother’s family home to babysit his niece and nephew.
In this rendition of an all time favourite, in-yer-face piece of theatre, the King’s Head Theatre, London presents Trainspotting, a gritty Scottish drama that isn’t afraid to sta…
I didn’t know what to
expect upon my arrival at the Dolphin Leisure Centre.
I first heard of Shit-faced Shakespeare when I performed my first Edinburgh Fringe play back in 2013; it was one of those plays that ‘everyone was talking about’ and of course …
Birthday Girls are a sketch group that leave you laughing and at times utterly confused.
High above the hustling, bustling streets of New York city, the Brooklyn bridge serves as the perfect setting for five New Yorkers to seek refuge from their busy lives.
Two sisters reveal themselves in a physical, biographical piece directly examining their relationship, sexuality, experiences and choices.
After a gruelling past GCSE drama experience of The Crucible, I’ve always thought Arthur Miller’s play to be a weighty piece of theatre that requires a tenacious attention span…
Do you have any regrets about your life? Celebrating ten years as a company, The Maydays pose questions to the audience about the last ten years of their own life: whether you have…
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