The Collie’s Shed
I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass
A Shoddy Detective & The Art of Deception
Three Women and Shakespeare’s Will
North Star - What I Listened To Instead Of My Intuition
Los Guardiola The Comedy of Tango
Café van der Brocke
Space Mystery: A Mystery in Space!
There’s no Mystery in Murder
Music, Mayhem and a Mezzo
Plan V:The Joyful Cult of Pussy Worship
Sitting On A Cornflake - Lennon and McCartney
Dear Little Loz
When Judas Met John - Dylan and Lennon
The Little Iceberg Musical
Merrill Means Well
Cello on Fire
Jingan Young is a fascinating writer to follow, as her play Life and Death of a Journalist explores the hardships of journalism amid political turbulence and cultural difference.
NUMB, by Timothy Cobeanu, has an unusual start.
Since I last saw Simon David on stage in his 2018 Edinburgh Fringe debut, Virgin, much has happened …
Upstage, an interesting wooden contraption with folded calico sails. Stage left, a tech desk replete with a mic, keyboard and the paraphernalia of auditory potential…
Organisers of the VAULT Festival today announced that this year’s programme will not go ahead due to the surge in Covid-19 infections.
Since its inception in 2012 VAULT has hosted over 250 productions, from outrageous comedy acts to hard-hitting political theatre and experimental new work from Britain’s most exciting emerging artists.
“I am young, I am naive, I am filled with .
Christophe and Tom have been digging for so long it feels like years have passed.
An Elizabethan woman stitches a beard from her pubic hair to marry the woman she loves.
Steve is fine.
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