Child’s Play begins with the tidying away of props and banners at the end of an organised demonstration; in the meantime, characters exchange strident opinions on how frustrating…
A Working Title is about the belated coming-of-age and struggles of millennials as they confront a world of expectations and disappointments.
The Dean Martin Christmas Show aims to explore the warm relationship between Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra as they appear on the titular Christmas special.
Contactless is not your regular drama.
Absence of Separation is a tender and evocative play about the frustrating search for the meaning of life.
Ian Saville has just become the President of the Magic Square; his election is a surprise, and proves divisive to every faction of the magic society.
This is a tale about dogs: specifically Johnny the young puppy piano player in a shady speakeasy in 1920s New York City.
The premise of the show is deceptively simple, and the clue is in the title: what a woman would do or go through for a man who she wholeheartedly loves, even though he has already …
In spite of the morbid title, Dr Phil Hammond’s stand-up show makes mischief of the macabre.
Charlotte goes back to Stuart who still lives in their once shared university flat to find him still taking care of the habitual mess made by their mutual friend David.
This contemporary a cappella group returns with a musical this year about stories of gap year.
Patrick and Adele dream of having children of their own, yet their biological clock is ticking and here comes her solution: she picks up a homeless boy in Lidl (of all places) a…
Born in New York to an Irish Catholic immigrant family, Maureen Langan has been brought up to think that traditional values matter, and that life rewards hard work.
To start with – a confession.
The Impromptunes take the first suggestion by the audience and make a musical out of it.
Matt Forde begins by promising his audience that he will definitely not resign in the middle of his act.
For Kieran Boyd, an egg is a positive symbol associated with birth, generation and growth.
On top of the breakfast (croissant, coffee and strawberries), there is a handful of ten-minute theatre pieces that are eccentric, funny and outrageous.
The show is a modern adaptation of the famous Arab folk story, in which Aladdin takes his wife Jasmine (her real name is too difficult for a European audience to pronounce) to Gree…