We all have a broken part of us that longs to belong and be healed.
This show’s title summons up many associations except, perhaps, the one that forms the foundation of the play.
A half-live, half-virtual interracial lesbian love story between a white European and a black former refugee.
Highly talented singer-songwriter Alannah is on a mission to make a difference through her music.
A powerful combination of film, text and performance exploring the birth of modern human rights, told through the eyes of Nuremberg prosecutor and champion of the ECHR, David Maxwe…
An abstract representation of the philosophy of Sufism in thrilling choreography.
‘When my grandmother’s sister Agnes was nine years old, she disappeared.
A new UV opera-musical told from the roots of trees about the impact of intensive agriculture on forest systems.
Two shadows are dancing in a field of flowers next to a battlefield.
As the British Empire struggles to keep its colonial possessions, Nigerian lawyer Tunji Sowande quietly breaks through multiple barriers to become Britain’s first Black judge.
‘My biography is blood and flesh, not entertainment.
One of the twentieth century’s most impressive but overlooked figures is revived in this powerful, compelling tour-de-force.
Wakey wakey, eggs and Shakey!Or rather, a free croissant with Shakespeare.
Ever wonder what it’s like to see a show… without actually seeing it? This piece plunges the audience into darkness, allowing them to step into the shoes of their hosts, VICS, …
Lucifer, fallen angel, begs God’s forgiveness.
Do we really tell the truth about war on social media? What are the limits one puts on another’s suffering? Who has permission to complain, and who deserves to feel guilt? A new,…
You played, you cried.
Gripping and emotionally charged, Forests is an experimental Fringe performance not to be missed.
Poppies should be growing wild, not in a house.
Trotting down Memory Lane with feline steps in the wee small hours of the morning with the moon lingering, one of Hong Kong’s most iconic dancers and choreographers and her felin…
A new Lion Dance circus! Re-creating the Lion Dance and Chinese Opera from the classical form to a contemporary style of performance, this exciting new circus breaks the traditiona…
Set in an abandoned petrol station in 7100, a descendant of petrol station mascots Esso and Shell embarks on a journey to find traces of their ancestors from 2100.
Documenting the stories of care-experienced people, this show embraces all aspects of their life within the care system and the effects of being part of this under-represented comm…
The first Salem witch to confess and household slave to the Parris family, Tituba vividly described supernatural apparitions and denounced community members, resulting in many bein…
This charming production was truly a delight.
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