Written, directed and performed by Gari Jones, Wretch is clearly a deeply personal project.
Dream Pill is a tale of modern slavery.
Opening the show with some very impressive and fast-paced wordplay, Matt Rudge sets the bar high and despite occasional lulls in energy, manages to be consistently funny throughout…
Bluebird is the story of Jimmy, a London taxi driver the various people – ‘fares’ – he meets.
Ford and Akram are versatile and genuinely likable performers with an excellent character dynamic; Akram is confident and arrogant, walking all over the intelligent but overwhelmin…
A terrible crime sends Leila and Lee running into the Scottish highlands.
Stuart Goldsmith can win an audience over in seconds.
Matt Forde is a chatty, friendly man who quickly gets an audience on board.
The Sexual Awakening of Peter Mayo is the story of a sexually repressed man accidentally stumbling onto the world of swinging and no-frills sex after a text goes awry.
‘I’ll keep you alive.
William (Josef Salvat) is about to perform for the first time in his one-man show and finds himself looking back at his life.
In 1999, Anna Bagenholm became trapped under ice after a skiing accident.
It’s an old cliché that there is nothing more boring than listening to someone talking about their dreams.
Parents Evening promises an hour of character-based sketch comedy in a school setting, which is already an idea devoid of originality, but is handled particularly poorly.
The set is nothing more than a small section of floor and two chairs.
Terry Alderton is a surrealist stand-up.
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