A group of teenage friends celebrate after their final exams and look towards the future.
Tick Tick could give The Wolf of Wall Street a run for its money when it comes to the frequency of “Fuck”.
Puppetry, shadow theatre, mime and music all contribute to this charming oddity, which Caravan Theatre do indeed perform in a caravan.
Meet Shakespeare, but not the Shakespeare you know.
Fear of Roses follows three women as they grapple with each other’s careers in a power struggle which soon turns deadly.
On Your Bike comes with a lot of hype.
SKANK is about a woman in crisis.
Press sets its satirical sights on Hollywood.
What are the ingredients for a bank robbery comedy? A ragtag criminal gang, a double serving of double-crossing, a training montage, and many pairs of dark sunglasses.
Adapted from Charles Dickens’ eerie and twisty short story, The Signalman weaves a spooky yarn about ghosts and trains (but no ghost trains).
SpaceXPat explores the motivation and aftermath of an astronaut expat called Pat deciding to stay permanently on the International Space Station (spot that pun in the title).
It’s worth noting first off that My Boy Danny was never originally intended to appear as an MP3 available for streaming on YouTube, with that compromise being a happy result of l…
Closing the first day of [email protected] on Monday 11th of August was an online short film screening and Q&A with Phil Spencer, available to watch online in full.
Watching Super Sunday makes you think you really ought to get the gym more.
It’s a Thursday afternoon, and I’m sat comfortably in the stalls of Brighton Theatre Royal amongst an absolute army of five-year-olds.
Watching A Little Space made me think of Marmite.
A simple production, A Life Twice Given stretches itself to do justice to a very complicated idea, with only limited resources and space.
It seems like a few years now that people have been saying virtual reality is the future of theatre.
Folksy Theatre describe their touring, and frequently open air, production of The Comedy of Errors as being ‘Filled with Folksy's wonderful live music, audience interaction a…
It’s Friday night.
1969 marked the first manned mission to the Moon.
The Trial tells a story of a transgender woman as she returns to the town she grew up in.
Consisting of a small team of incredibly brave actors, Impromtu Shakespeare sees them improvising an entire 'Shakespeare' play based on audience suggestions.
A single actor, Jack Klaff, tell a series of interconnected stories about the most influential minds of the 20th century in Icons.
Beginning with an amusing introduction from the on-stage showrunner, Shit-faced Showtime: Oliver With A Twist sets out its premise.
EUAN is the kind of audacious, absurdist production which you have to approach with an open-mind; yes, it’s weird and confusing and never fully explains itself, but it’s also r…
Providing a frequently gasp inducing evening of entertainment, Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams perfect for any and all.
Everyone I mentioned this show to asked the same question: 'What’s a theremin?' I'd try and explain: 'it’s an instrument, the one you play by just waving your h…
Bear North is an intimate, folky concert led by a man wearing a giant furry grizzly mask on his head.
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