Die! Die! Die! Old People Die!

Die! Die! Die! Old People Die!

A funny and fragile farce about ageing, dying and mourningExpect fumbling, coffee, call centres and cat food… rants, dribbles, pills and cough bombs… symbolist mysticism and synaesthesia… 

High Rise eState of Mind

High Rise eState of Mind

We all need homes…….. it needs to be fair We all need safe, clean homes it needs to be fair We all need to be housed A stunning new show from the makers of No Milk For The Foxes, DenMarked and BAC’s Frankenstein exposing young people’s fears of where will they live, will they ever afford to live somewhere clean and safe, is it a fair race or is the system fundamentally f****d and a home is just a modern-day pipe dream? High Rise eState of Mind tells difficult-to-swallow truths through a dystop 

No Kids

No Kids

George Mann and Nir Paldi are a real-life couple trying to answer a question many of us face. As they stage their discussions around if, when and how to have children, every consideration – adoption, surrogacy, co-parenting, the environmental impact of childbirth – brings with it a succession of ethical challenges. 

Power Ballad

Power Ballad

With an 80s soundtrack to rival any school disco, Power Ballad is anarchic, loud and filled with feminist rage and Annie Lennox. A live art investigation of language and its sometimes hidden ideologies, this angry and feminist piece is part performance lecture, part karaoke party. 

Empty Room

Empty Room

Empty Room is a one-woman show which explores how music - listening to it, writing it, performing it - can grant us the freedom to reveal what is in our depths. Delving into the interconnected lives of a heroin-addict saxophonist, a jazz singer battling with depression, and a child dealing with the loss of a parent, the importance of music in times of struggle is celebrated... 

Can You See Me Now?

Can You See Me Now?

In a Brighton basement eight young women sit on stools, waiting, the audience in a semi-circle around them. A woman sings Miss Represented over and over in echoey, soft tones... 

The Destroyed Room

The Destroyed Room

With typical modesty (not), Glasgow-based Vanishing Point describe themselves as “Scotland’s foremost artist-led independent theatre company, internationally recognised and acclaimed for its distinctive, ground-breaking and visionary work”... 

The Rove

The Rove

Stories have always been at the heart of cultural inheritance – the myths we pass on about self, family and nation – and today is no different. The wildly popular ‘Serial’ podcast and documentaries like the brilliant Stories We Tell draw on the inherently unreliable nature of narrative and rejoice in that uncertainty; ultimately, though, they gain their momentum from a deep yearning for answers... 

Major Tom

Major Tom

Told through a journey into the comparable worlds of beauty pageants and dog shows, Victoria Melody’s Major Tom explores how easy it is to become obsessed with personal image and competitiveness...