Where Do Little Birds Go?

Where Do Little Birds Go?

Where Do Little Birds Go? follows the story of Lucy Fuller in the heat of London’s swinging sixties, where she has hopes of landing her dream job as a West End star (or a barmaid, her second choice)... 

Trainspotting

Trainspotting

In this rendition of an all time favourite, in-yer-face piece of theatre, the King’s Head Theatre, London presents Trainspotting, a gritty Scottish drama that isn't afraid to stand out at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe... 

These Troubled Times

These Troubled Times

Troy Diana’s comedy These Troubled Times focuses on Charles (John Curtis), an openly gay man who arrives at his brother's family home to babysit his niece and nephew. Upon arrival, strange incidents begin to unfold and he soon finds himself getting more than what he bargained for... 

The Discount Comedy Checkout – Improv Show

The Discount Comedy Checkout – Improv Show

Ever wanted to know what a camping trip sounds like through the medium of opera? Yes, I'm being serious, and this is just one of many bizarre performances you will see from The Discount Comedy Checkout... 

Jethro Compton's Frontier Trilogy: The Clock Strikes Noon

Jethro Compton's Frontier Trilogy: The Clock Strikes Noon

Brought to the fringe by multi-talented Jethro Compton, The Clock Strikes Noon (along with the rest of the Frontier trilogy) is not to be missed. In this second instalment we find ourselves immediately thrown into the action... 

Le Haggis

Le Haggis

A perfect balance of circus and ceilidh, this entertaining and talented troupe bring Le Haggis, a show that guarantees to have you clapping along in your seat. With jaw dropping routines and beautifully performed songs, Le Haggis is a show that delivers... 

Numbers

Numbers

When I think of an all girls boarding school, I think of discipline, tradition, etiquette, and above all a place where success must exceed expectation. Well, Kieron Barry’s Numbers certainly explores this, with only one position as Head Girl of the school four friends must battle it out as to who will win the prestigious title... 

Stain

Stain

In this tense drama the audience is thrown before a confrontation between former A-grade student Amy and her history teacher Mr Reilly. Propelling back and forth between past and present we see how a serious incident unfolds and unravels, where history itself resurfaces and dictates what happens in the here and now... 

Acts of Redemption

Acts of Redemption

Thrown into the lives of five characters, Ken Jaworoski’s Acts of Redemption reveals moments of loss, regret, realisation and confession, where a snippet of life is captured in a single moment... 

Live Roller Derby: Brighton Rockers

Live Roller Derby: Brighton Rockers

I didn't know what to expect upon my arrival at the Dolphin Leisure Centre. I was there to see a Roller Derby but what this exactly entailed was unknown. As far as my own knowledge, I had a brief recollection of a film called Whip It starring Ellen Page which I had seen a couple of years ago, where a young girl encounters Roller Derby for the very first time, she finds she has a natural ability for the sport and so joins the Hurl Scouts on their journey to the top... 

Shit-faced Shakespeare

Shit-faced Shakespeare

I first heard of Shit-faced Shakespeare when I performed my first Edinburgh Fringe play back in 2013; it was one of those plays that ‘everyone was talking about’ and of course my curiosity led me to the box office in hope to seize a ticket and see it before the end of the Fringe... 

Birthday Girls

Birthday Girls

Birthday Girls are a sketch group that leave you laughing and at times utterly confused. The critically acclaimed trio offer a range of impressions and appearances in this medley of mad dance and mockery... 

From Up Here

From Up Here

High above the hustling, bustling streets of New York city, the Brooklyn bridge serves as the perfect setting for five New Yorkers to seek refuge from their busy lives. From Up Here is a new musical by Aaron Lee Lambert that poses questions about the here and now, the choices that dictate our future and the decisions that shape our relationships with one another... 

Sister

Sister

Two sisters reveal themselves in a physical, biographical piece directly examining their relationship, sexuality, experiences and choices. Rosanna and Amy take the audience on their path from childhood to adulthood, unravelling and sharing aspects of their lives, questioning the very motives that have shaped their decisions... 

The Maydays: The Last 10 Years

The Maydays: The Last 10 Years

Do you have any regrets about your life? Celebrating ten years as a company, The Maydays pose questions to the audience about the last ten years of their own life: whether you have any regrets, significant moments or simply what to confess what you were like... 

The Crucible

The Crucible

After a gruelling past GCSE drama experience of The Crucible, I’ve always thought Arthur Miller’s play to be a weighty piece of theatre that requires a tenacious attention span...