FAMILY FUN SHOW
Productions & So Comedy in association with Basil Brush Limited
Fresh from appearances on CBBC’s Crackerja…
Productions & So Comedy in association with Basil Brush Limited
Showbiz legend, national treasure, fox.
Hal is going back on the road with a
brand-new show, doing what he does best - reminding us of how much we love
stand-up comedy, and God do we need it! Not as much…
Frankie Howerd was
one of Britain's most loved comedians for half a century.
Following a successful debut tour culminating at The Leicester Square Theatre and a recording of a sold-out hometown sell-out, Andrew is back with a brand new show.
World-famous prankster and creator of
the hugely popular Lee Nelson, is back on stage with TROUBLEMAKER,
his sensational new stand-up show.
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is back on international tour with a brand new stand-up show.
The co-writer and star of Channel Four
and Netflix sitcom Feel Good, and
star of her own Netflix stand-up special, is on tour…
For over forty years, writer and
comedian Arthur Smith has been at the forefront of new and emerging comedy.
Boisterous tear up the stage in a revamped production of the John Godber award- winning classic about a team of Bouncers, now known as Door Supervisors.
Perhaps the most important person on a comedy bill is the compere.
Secret Cinema Presents DIRTY DANCING
The year is 1963 and Kellerman's Resort is back for another summer of love! Step into the world of Dirty Dancing in this 4+ hour immersive …
What’s it like to go to the theatre and not know what you’re going to see?
Across the summer and for three performances only, it will be up to you to vote for which of …
Metamorphoses is a playful new piece of theatre inspired by Ovid’s powerful collection of myths, written bespoke to our candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse by the Globe’s…
Lucky in life, unlucky in love, Ellen has been looking for a man.
The show that was going to be about feminism, but
is now going to be about her dog.
The Prince of Egypt performances from 6th September 2021
Experience the epic emotion and soaring music of THE PRINCE OF EGYPT, the extraordinary new musical from three-time Acade…
Get ready for a fiesta like no other as our ★★★★ (The Times, The Stage)raucous 2019 production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream returns with piñ…
From historic feud to ill-fated union, Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet speaks of chance, destiny and fortune, and after some of the most fractious years in recent history, t…
Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identity, music and the madness of love, Twelfth Night, finds new life this summer in the Globe Theatre.
Inspired by Elizabethan reports of the West Indies in the 16th Century and imbued with a spirit of magic and superstition, The Tempest is Shakespeare’s tumultuous play of bet…
Shakespeare’s As You Like It runs the glorious gamut of romance and poetry, satire and slapstick.
The Silence of Snow: The Life of Patrick Hamilton is a riveting, witty, kinetic solo show vividly portraying the life of one of the great English writers of the inter-war years.
Meet busy, juggling, cool mum, Amy.
Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope is the highly acclaimed solo show that depicts the legendary Quentin Crisp at two distinct phases of his extraordinary life: in the late ‘60s, in his fi…
"Logan Murray's courses in stand-up do
more than teach comedy - his students discover themselves.
What if the last time you dated, you were doused in Impulse Body Spray and The Spice Girls were at number one? Finding a phwoar-some trouser-shape to replace her ex-husband won’t…
On A House Like a Fire by Michelle Read and Brian Keegan, presented by Age & Opportunity/BEALTAINE in association with Smock Alley Theatre and Droichead Arts Centre…
‘Logan Murray's courses in stand-up do more
than teach comedy - his students discover themselves.
“Donor Conceived Person? Honestly I think I prefer Test Tube Baby”
Alice has always been told she was special, but as she reaches adolescence she can’t help but think it’…
The piece is centred around four women, who are seemingly trapped on a raft in the middle of the ocean, hunted by a mystical sea-monster.
Inspired by the birth strikes by women who refuse to have children in light of the climate crisis, GymJam’s Anthropocene: The Human Era dives into the mind of Megan, a young woma…
A new filmed mini-series presented by Theatrical Niche Ltd, directed by Will Nash.
Chloe, Ben, Kate, and David are slowly coming to realise one simple truth — bad things tend to happen to good people.
Marvellous Mudbrick Architecture - Saturday 10 April, 2pm: Families can make their own cardboard structures inspired by the incredible mudbrick architecture of the Gurunsi and Wadi…
When thrust into the circus, it can never be easy to tame the lions.
General Secretary tackles the desire for power through a female lens.
It’s time to celebrate the rich history of the Winter Gardens Blackpool!
Join stars of the West End as we delve into stories from the past and deliver simply stunning theatric…
Studio 3 Arts are delighted to welcome a panel of trans artists, including Tabby Lamb, Em Williams, Nemo Martin and more, led by cis ally and YouTube superstar Leena Norms…
To celebrate International Trans Day of Visibility on 31st March, Studio 3 Arts in Barking and Dagenham are proud to present its first ever online festival of trans visibility, …
A deliciously twisted and tender comedy about inner gremlins and awkward romance.
To celebrate International Trans Day of Visibility on 31st March, Studio 3 Arts in Barking and Dagenham are proud to present its first ever online festival of trans visibility, cur…
Simon David (‘A hoot’ The Guardian) pulls painful pranks in an online, comedy fundraiser for transfem fund, FiveforFive.
Chris, Lucy, Hervey and Mandy are stuck in a waiting room.
Taking three stories from the Bible and placing them in modern day America, Testament is a filmed production of Tristan Bernays’ play, first seen at the Vaults in 2017.
We’re in Bradford and it’s been a few months since Jabala’s Mum died.
Hamlet Isn’t Dead, in association with the US Karagöz Theatre, presents a modern shadow puppetry play in a classical style.
The notion of a man becoming particularly attached to a handsome black cat may initially feel a familiar experience, especially as around 3.
Hot in the heels of the debut Living Record Festival in January-February 2021, the Living Roots Festival launches this April.
To celebrate International Trans Day of Visibility on 31st March, Studio 3 Arts in Barking and Dagenham are proud to present its first ever online festival of trans visibility, cu…
Tickets must be booked no later than 1 hour before the start.
A night of new works explored by emerging & mid-career Asian diaspora artists in partnership with Omnibus Theatre.
It’s Where We Go (itswherewego.
As a crack team of detectives, you are challenged by the eccentric billionaire Frederick Hampton to test the security at his Museum.
Caerleon, a small harbour town in the south of Wales, feels very far indeed from the epicentre of the vast, sprawling Roman Empire.
A digital production of a new multi-media musical show about historical female scientists and mathematicians whose work was so often unrecognised but who contributed in so many way…
Scandal! A dastardly blackmail note.
Family Saturdays return to Studio 3 Arts’ Facebook Live from bringing children and families lots of fun and creative ways to brighten up the weekend.
This Showcase is the culmination of the first International 10-Minute Play Competition organised by the Soldiers’ Arts Academy which attracted submissions from across the UK, Eur…
All ticket bookers will have access to the performance ‘on demand’ for a period after the premiere.
We could all do with a distraction.
Kill The Cat Theatre invites you to play what seems to be a simple game of blackjack in the “The House”.
Save the Rhino International will host The Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture in a star-studded event presented by 15-time Tony Award nominee Arvind Ethan David, Baroness Susan Greenfi…
We peek into the private lives of a couple, now in their later years yet still wrestling with the complexities of relationship and the desire to be seen and understood in a place w…
Associate company of the Space theatre, The UnDisposables, are back with yet another jam packed night of exciting and thought provoking new writing.
The award-nominated sell out show will be available to stream online!
Some people are inherently unlikeable.
A comic story of the encounter between a modern migrant and London – a contemporary El Dorado craved by generations of young Europeans – London Expat looks at the road to becom…
Created as a response to the dearth of queer stories in period dramas and adapted from Thomas Hescott and Matthew Baldwin’s play, which he directed at the Ovalhouse and the Traf…
Sit down for a game of Mahjong with one of the most feared and powerful women of all time, Ching Shih.
Presenting the Edinburgh University Theatre Company’s latest project: The Scottish Online Student Drama Festival, in aid of Acting For Others.
Are You OK? reflects on a world turned upside down and inside out by the pandemic in two different countries.
Big Deal Drama will be joining forces with poets, a visual artist and beatboxer/sound artist for Crep Project.
Join Lekhani on her hair journey as she discovers that she can’t wash her hair with 99p Alberto Balsam, that she has no clue how to cornrow and that everyone has something to say a…
Part of Out of the Wings Winter Warmer, a week long digital celebration of theatre in translation.
There will also be fun and entertainment on Thursday 25 February where Be & Do hosts an extra special social meeting for the LGBTQIA+ community on Zoom, hosted by Matty May and Gra…
Our suburban couple who, having exhausted the baking, Joe Wicks & Netflix, have decided to have a crack at Shakespeare.
Out of the Wings and Inti Press present six new translations from Cuba, Spain, Peru, Brazil, Chile and Portugal.
We open our Out of the Wings winter festivities with an evening of short extracts of translated plays from first-time and early-career theatre translators.
1990s, Kuala Lumpur: Connie Cheng is a modern Malaysian born Chinese woman, torn between the traditional values of her grandmother and her glamourous life as a late-night lounge si…
Thursday 18 February, 7pm - Spoken, Not Stirred LGBTQIA+ poetry open mic night, with featured artist Antonia Jade King who is a Barbican Young Poet, her debut piece of work ‘She To…
Kicking off at the end of a particularly boozy and pizza-fuelled wake, then time-skipping over the months of post-funeral aftermath, Good Grief charts the stuttering relationship o…
Saturday 27 February, 7.
This surrealist, comedic drama explores the fear of moving forward, as four characters try to absorb the entire history of the world and rebuild society, living their lives on a lo…
NYC comedian and “cabaret bitch” Sally Ann Hall offers a hilarious look into her religious upbringing and the dangers and joys of being a female comedian in New York City, with jus…
The first rule about a Dada performance is that you don’t start one with the history of Dada.
A simple premise lays the foundation for Melanie Gall to recount the story of two of Hollywood’s brightest golden age stars, Deanna Durbin and Judy Garland: a New York Times jour…
What do tomatoes, banjos and a recovering executive have in common? Keith Alessi, who used to consume excessive amounts of tomatoes and had 52 banjos in his closet, but couldn’t …
Poetry – the antidote to lies.
Kenneth Wilson’s new show for theSpaceUK 2021 races from James Bond to weepy Irish lament (and Bach again).
From recent East 15 graduates The Meat Cabaret is a short film exploring the female form and beauty myth through a fabricated cabaret show.
The world has faced many disasters.
Henry Churniavsky is a Jewish, Scouse Stand-Up Comedian.
Frankie Howerd was one of Britain’s most loved comedians.
Out of hard times, something magical can rise.
Here Come The Boys features four superstar ‘Kings of Dance’ in a dazzling new production that includes special guest star, Strictly’s stunning Nadiya Bychkova.
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