Rona and Sophie are identical twins.
Written in response to the murders of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa, Violent Circumstances explores five young women’s stories of everyday events that quickly turn into exhausting…
“I think when it comes down to it Daniel, we’re probably looking for the same thing.
Dance piece Grown Men Keep Breaking My Heart follows two best friends who rekindle their relationship over an evening of partying and drinking, leading to revisiting pivotal moment…
“Why did we come here? To the UK?” Give Me the Sun is a beautiful and compelling new play, exploring what happens when too much is left unsaid for too long.
“Have you ever felt so sad you thought you’d never be happy again?” Charles, Billie and Alex live in the same house but they never see each other.
One more heist to set them up for retirement - it all seems too easy or does it? With the payout of a lifetime at stake, Butlins Bill and Frenchie risk everything in the hope of a …
Alice would give anything for something magical to happen to her.
Easy is a powerful new play by Amy Blakelock, exploring what happens when we combine social media, Love Island ideals, Snapchat and teenage insecurity.
Victoria is from Puerto Rico, an island ravaged by a hurricane like none before it.
In a city experiencing a three month heatwave, England's best World Cup since the 90s and the highest number of knife-crime killings in ten years, we focus on Michael, a young bla…
Solo Roulette is an evening of solo theatre works in progress, developed from the Solo Theatre Workshop at the Actor’s Centre run by Colin Watkeys.
Come on down to Tittitutar town, where things are not quite right.
Avocado on toast.
Join us For Only An Hour, a queer manifesto told through dance, song, spoken word and performance art.
Seamlessly combining high quality physical theatre with contemporary sound design, the show offers audiences a rare insight into life during the First World War from the unique per…
Tell us what to do with our heroes because we don’t know what happens next A plane crash.
Boxman is by Australian playwright Daniel Keene and follows a homeless refugee Ringo.
There are more than 60 million displaced people on our planet… people who have no home. Ringo is one of them.
Against a backdrop of terror and war comes The Blue Elephant Theatre’s The Flying Roast Goose - the affecting tale of one woman and her winged companion told in a charming and …
It was once thought that school productions of Shakespeare plays were for the enjoyment of supportive parents and few others.