Kaspar and the Sea of Houses

Kaspar and the Sea of Houses

It’s 2006, and a case of child neglect has hit the German Press. 

The Tricycle

The Tricycle

The Tricycle, by Fernando Arrabal, is a strangely light-hearted tale of poverty and murder. 

Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons by Sam Steiner

Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons by Sam Steiner

Unspoken thoughts and heavy silences become deafening in this gripping production of Sam Steiner’s Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons by First Floor Productions. Against the background of a new ‘hush law’ whereby citizens may only say 140 words a day, Bernadette and Oliver are a young couple trying to nurse their brittle relationship… 

The Fatal Eggs

The Fatal Eggs

A hapless Soviet scientist discovers a ray that makes organisms grow to incredible sizes with consequences beyond his control. Meanwhile Mikhail Bulgakov struggles to complete his magnum opus under the watchful eye of the secret police… 

Hitchcock Homage

Hitchcock Homage

Stage Theatre Company presents Hitchcock Homage, returning to Barons Court after a 6-night run in 2014. This dark comedy, inspired by the Master of Suspense, highlights the callousness and deviousness of two lovers trying to get away with the perfect crime… 

The Toad in the Hole

The Toad in the Hole

Three primary school friends have found themselves split onto different tables, all because of their teacher’s new ‘minibeast’ labelling system: they are now Butterfly, Moth and Worm... 

A Report To An Academy

A Report To An Academy

Based on the short novel by Franz Kafka. Red Peter is invited by the Academy to give out an speech regarding her former life as an ape, as a renowned performer, she speaks about her capture, her transformation into a human, and her life in the world of man. 

Dante's Divine Comedy

Dante's Divine Comedy

Dante’s Divine Comedy is a journey to hell and back. The epic poem is brought kicking and screaming into the 21st century with imaginative choreography, gorgeous multimedia and a vast array of colourful characters. 

Four Thieves' Vinegar

Four Thieves' Vinegar

Set in 1665 as the great plague sweeps through London, Four Thieves’ Vinegar explores the behaviour of ordinary people in times of disaster and examines which elements of the human spirit remain indestructible, be it 350 years ago or today. 

Four Thieves' Vinegar

Four Thieves' Vinegar

The 42nd Theatre Company presents Four Thieves' Vinegar by Christine Foster. Wednesday 8th - Sunday 26th March 2017 (excluding Monday 13th and 20th) at the Barons Court theatre, 28a Comeragh Rd, London, W14 9HR... 

The Monologues of a Tired Nurse

The Monologues of a Tired Nurse

“One day you’re expected to know nothing 'cause you’re a student and then as soon as you’re qualified you’re expected to be this person, this somebody, this perfect person who never makes mistakes…” It tells the story of two nurses working for the NHS: Emily, an optimistic, newly qualified nurse and Sally an exhausted nurse in charge, both at polar opposites in their careers... 

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime by Oscar Wilde

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime by Oscar Wilde

A hilarious adaptation of Oscar Wilde's short story about Lord Arthur Savile, who has his fortune told - and learns that it is his destiny to murder his beloved fiance, Sibyl! But there is just one way out, if he murders a relative instead...