Occasionally humorous, this is a well-formed exploration of Wilde’s life, loves and works.
An improvised play inspired by the works of Tennessee Williams, The Glass Imaginary exposes the problems inherent in improvising tragedy.
Greg is Duck in Arms Theatre’s first production.
A simple concept: Peter reading on his usual park bench is approached by Jerry, a bizarre young man full of questions and stories.
Intellectual writing, well elaborated characters and compelling themes of control in human and non-human relationships make Assisted at Surgeons' Hall a rewarding and entertain…
In an inner-city hostel, Jams is trying to record a rap video.
Well-written, though lacking in some areas, Out to Lunch is an enjoyable watch for anyone interested in a slice of wacky humour.
What is the scariest thing in the world? Spiders… heights… whoever wins the conservative party leadership contest? None of the above.
Exploring art, performance, joy and culture with Franko Figueiredo.
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