Le Patin Libre present, in their latest show Vertical Influences, an innovative visual spectacle, the likes you will have never seen before.
Bear Pit Theatre present a sweet show which narrates different generations’ experiences of when they were 17.
Nottingham Youth Theatre Inclusive Company have produced a pleasant show which is fun for all the family with Bing Bang Bong.
Through a strong ensemble cast, this piece aims to expose the truth behind the juxtaposition of the stereotypical woman and the reality which every woman struggles to deal and cope…
The Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club has failed to hit the nail on the mark with their latest show Picasso Stole the Mona Lisa.
It can be hard for a children’s show to be entertaining for both adults and children simultaneously, but Captivate Theatre’s latest addition to their Shakespeare series is effo…
This fun and friendly show from Hello Theatre explores the idea of what would happen if you swapped places with the person in the mirror.
Stuart Bowden’s voice emerges behind a curtain.
Nicola Wren’s one-woman show describes the hundreds of modern-day anxieties we all face in the dating world due to social media and technology.
Peter is the first show in The Wendy House Trilogy produced by Jealous Whale Theatre.
Immersive shows are one of those strands of theatre which can be either spectacular or absolutely appalling.
PaddleBoat Theatre Company has produced one of the most magical and captivating children’s shows I have seen in their latest production According to Arthur.
Kim Chinh has mastered the art of storytelling in her new one-woman show Reclaiming Vietnam.
This ginormous spectacle transports you back to the time where the biggest excitement for children was when the travelling circus came to town.
The Kagools continue to deliver childish fun for all ages despite
not uttering a single word in their playful and energetic physical comedy.
Ding dong the witch is back and she has landed in the heart
of York city centre.
When Breaking Bad came to an end at season five, everyone thought
that this would be it for the franchise.
The Arts Barge project knows how to turn a dreary, wet
Sunday night into a fun filled extravaganza.
Goronwhy Thom bursts through a film screen on stage after
some very clever filmography and you just know that this group is taking it
back to basics.
Wearing a great, white, sparkly dress, Kiki de Ville struts
onto the stage and you immediately know you are in for a good night.
A man walks slowly onto the stage with his back to the audience,
he holds himself in a wide stance and begins to strike the taiko drum.
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