A riotous romp through the history of the female body, the patriarchy and the bad science behind the titular gender myth.
This new musical follows the story of Alex Peel, whose life is changed by a diagnosis which will eventually lead to her going completetly blind.
How To Use A Washing Machine is a charming two-hander from emerging company Slam Theatre.
What’s done is done.
This talented all-female ensemble offer an original and inventive take on traditional fairytales.
On a bare stage at Pleasance Upstairs, Bobby & Amy promises storytelling in its purest form.
Hold On Let Go sets out to address memory loss and forgetting on both a personal and political scale, asking the question: 'What if we forget something important?' Despite …
Phrases is an inventive and open-minded solo performance from dance artist Lewys Holt, honouring and making space for the confusion and miscommunication which we often seek to avoi…
This one-woman show, written and performed by Isabelle Kabban, is a tender, thoughtful and deeply moving account of a mother-daughter relationship affected by mental illness.
Wild Swimming is the story of two friends across centuries of change and development.
Exploring the experiences of those seeking refuge in the UK, The Claim is a compelling examination of language, power and storytelling.
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