Dance and digital worlds collide on this journey exploring choice and control.
If you took the E4 teen drama Skins and combined it with Disney’s Inside Out, the by-product would be something similar to that of Jerk.
Whether we care to admit it or not, in some way, shape or form, we are all intrigued by pirates.
They say music is the soundtrack to our lives, but what happens when we get stuck on repeat?
Often dark, sometimes funny, occasionally quirky, but always refreshingly honest, thi…
Exert from the show ‘Certain Songs for Uncertain Times’, recorded in June 2020 at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg for the National Arts Festival Makhanda.
The peculiar residents of a higgledy-piggledy house are haunted by strange happenings.
Inspired by the world’s most fearsome female pirates, two modern-day political mutineers join forces to take down an all-powerful tech billionaire and inspire a lost generation.
Created and performed by graduates of the University of Worcester’s MTheatre course, an integrated masters in touring theatre which gives students the skills and experience they …
A free, four-day festival celebrating the work of the newly-formed School of Media, Arts and Humanities and local partners.
Professor Edvard Von Goosechaser is the leading 17th Century monsterologist promising to entertain us with his Anglo-Saxon insult-based humour.
Voices From Home is a curated selection of short audio plays, featuring the most exciting emerging writers from the South East.
(In addition to this online show, John Callaghan will be performing LIVE at the Spiegeltent on 14th June 2021!) https://www.
Mock the Greek was a show that sent up the myths and legends of Greece.
Everything about A Red Square is different.
Going Primal – Chapter 2: Punk your Spirit: Three solo acts of humans unleashing their own inner spirits.
“There are almost no words for how marvellous this evening was.
“It’s time to start dreaming.
How do you live after your sister dies by her own hand? You mourn.
This evocative new play by Australian playwright Melissa-Kelly Franklin tells the story of a couple living in a world ravaged by climate change.
Neo-classical electronic composer King Jamsheed brings together a year’s work.
MEETING is a short “Zama” (Zoom Drama) about the most awkward meeting imaginable on Zoom - and given that almost every meeting on Zoom is awkward, you can imagine just how awkward …
‘Spirit of Africa’ is musical narration of the joys, the sorrows and the passion of Africa all unfolding in rhythmic elements, melodious harmonies and heart-gripping moments.
A storm out at sea; an island of magic and spirits; a tale of romance and revenge.
Artificial Intelligence is on the way, and it will be powerful.
Nature has a healing power!
With my products and my workshops I aim to connect people with our natural environment.
Memory, loss, mother-daughter relationships and the hokey-cokey.
The tradition of telling ghost stories reaches back many centuries and we’re keeping that custom alive with a visit from everyone’s favourite 17th-century monsterologist, Profe…
Neo-classical electronic composer King Jamsheed brings together a year’s work in livestream.
April Wish’s second solo show is shrouded in dandelions, smothered in butterfly kisses and buried in laundry.
One of Lancashire’s famous sons decides whether to continue his life following fashion or find redemption in his family’s eyes.
The play takes liberties, for laughs, with the biographies of the famous political rivals.
The mandarin character ‘woman (女)’ has three strokes; it’s expected to be written in a set order.
A haunting tale of a woman on the edge, entangled by her raw love and lust for three women.
Have you ever laughed at someone’s sad story?
Comedy and tragedy are traditionally treated as polar opposites.
‘Drishti’ (‘Gaze’) looks at our shifting perspectives under lockdown during Covid-19.
A 20-minute two-man version of the Oscar Wilde classic play ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, adapted and performed by Jon Haynes and David Woods of Ridiculusmus and directed by J…
Performing remotely to no audience, comedian Dave Davidson struggles to maintain the momentum in his act.
Ivan, Ellen and Simon work in the brain of a young man, and it’s their job to keep him happy, fulfilled and safe.
A special virtual tour of Brighton Palace Pier, revealing its amazing history.
Join a cast of two, but a whole host of characters, as they boldly romp through The Bard’s chilling tale of plots, prophecies and power.
After a sold-out debut season at the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the world’s first comedy show about sleep apnea is here.
“I just watched the film, and I LOVED every second of it.
If you had a house fire what single item would you save? Treasure reveals the surprising and often touching stories that people have about the one thing they would hate to lose.
A journey into the broken heart of a young boy, who, through creativity, imagination, and determination, teaches us that the rehabilitation of things broken and discarded gets to i…
The story follows Delvin, a black British teenager as he discovers the wrath of police brutality at the same time as the rise of the Black Power Movement in London in the late 1960…
In the early 90s, Australian comedian Tania Lacy was so famous she couldn’t walk down the street without being mobbed.
A stolen backpack, a break-up and a global pandemic: Austrian’s most famous (and only) lesbian is ready to become British.
Lord of Life
Winner of a Standard Bank Ovation Award for innovation and excellence at the 2020 Virtual National Arts Festival, South Africa.
Kinsmen: ‘Nowhere People’ is a South African production that extends on themes investigated in their debut album ‘Window to the Ashram’, 2017.
‘GILES’, the 30 min online live comedy by Frederic Blanchette.
A unique two-woman retelling of F.
Moral obligations? Masked men? Ah, the story of Edna and Sarah’s lives.
Filmed in Autumn 2020, with support from Arts Council England, this 40 minute video tells the story of John, a carpenter who comes to Chesterfield to work on the new spire.
The mandarin character ‘woman’ has three strokes, it’s expected to be written in a set order.
Spiegeltent regular John Callaghan has performed his thoughtful and spiky electronica for record labels like Warp and as one half of comedy duo Eccentronic.
‘The Tower & The Tree’ – A South African 2020 Standard Bank Ovation Winner.
A journey through the last months of a young woman with depression, told via original song, dance, visuals, and aerial performance.
One of Lancashire’s famous sons decides whether to continue his life following fashion or find something that makes him happy before he hits middle age.
“There is no such thing as dead matter.
Hymns Of A Sparrow a standard bank ovation award winner production from the 2020 Virtual National Arts Festival will be part of the Brighton fringe 2021.
“Today I killed a man.
Ever seen a twenty-three year old born on stage? Shot out of a tent-like vagina, wriggle through a kids play tube, just to meet you!
Join me, Melina Grace Bryant on a journey lik…
The arts and creative industries have been hit hard by the consequences of the pandemic, but Crowdfunder is here to help.
‘Out! Why, what could have taken you out on Tuesday? What did you have to do?’
25 young people from Walmer Township tell of the blunt, harsh reality faced by women and young girls who lose hope and give in to the tragedy of abusive behaviour by their fathers …
After a sold-out season around Australia, experimental theatre company Pony Cam are bringing their award-winning new work to the UK.
This is Zip Zap reinvented.
Signature Sound Acapella is a music group with a passion for experimental acapella.
WUSS: ‘Seriously Interrupted Millennial’ also known as ‘S.
‘Women Hold Up the Sky’ tells the story of how women activists affected by mining and other forms of large-scale extractives in South Africa, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of …
Jake Thompson is a West Yorkshire based actor/writer, who’s debut play ‘A Mighty Fall from Grace’ tells a gritty, relatable story, about the demise of the Bradford Bulls rugby leag…
Man, body, music and light as one.
Behold! A tale of trial and tribulation - these so-called myths that made our impoverished nation!
Join Deetrius the Great in this “Horrible Histories meets Monty Python” comedy a…
How have ways of seeing and being seen reshaped the nuances of accessibility under lockdown?
Three film vignettes released throughout the year explore the subjective relationships…
Based on the winner of Brighton Fringe 2019’s Best New Play, ‘Clean: The Musical’ tells the tales of women of laundry hill area, Brighton since 1870 and is a rousing celebration …
I love Krishna is a compilation of videos of songs performed by Shashika Mooruth in which she sings about her love for Krishna, the flute player God of India.
A story about a man in a quest to reconnect to his roots and reclaim the legacy of his ancestors.
‘Domination’ is our expression of how the lives of non-whites were affected over the last few centuries up until today, because of the colonial system and our traditional leaders a…
Locally-composed Cape jazz produced at the foot of Table Mountain.
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