Original multimedia performance inspired by Kyle Yamada’s play The Fahrenheit Alliance.
There’s always two sides to every story, even fairy tales.
This original solo performance follows the story of a girl-woman dancer’s experiences with the eating disorder bulimia, and the way she healed through learning psychology and exp…
When Rob got on his ship, he didn’t know he would never reach his destination.
Trees talk! In a landmark study, a scientist learned everything about how trees communicate… Or did she? One tree tells the story of what really happened, reminding us that human…
Set to excerpts of Glenn Gould’s rendition of Bach’s Two and Three Part Inventions, and accompanied by a luminous sound design by John Gzowski, A Perfect Day speaks to Laurence L…
1939: Bette returns home knowing she’s to lose, as the press leaked the Oscar winners.
Button lives in an alleyway surrounded by cardboard boxes and items rescued from the bin.
Like all women, Jo has been called her fair share of things, many not so flattering.
Inspired by the story of Hong Kong renowned novelist Eileen Chang’s Love in a Fallen City, A Many-Splendoured Thing explores love between a man and a woman in a turbulent era thr…
Princess Gayatri seeks to preserve her father’s legacy and the survival of her people.
A quadruple bill of four short pieces, Flow and Trajectories of Transitions from calligrapher and choreographer Chiharu Kuronuma, and Coordinated Distance and A Part of Empties fro…
Are emotional shackles holding you back? Join Tamás on a journey from childhood in an overprotective family in conservative Hungary to standing on his own feet as an adult in libe…
How do clowns get pregnant? There is no obvious punch line for Little Parts, a clown who has always been pregnant, yet who is not sure if she’ll ever give birth.
Left alone while her family searches for the missing herd, a Neolithic girl seeks comfort in imaginary friends.
In third grade, Diana kicked her crush in the crotch and her love life didn’t improve from there.
A mesmerising piece of physical theatre, set in the maze-like train system of Tokyo.
New physical drama that weaves together the longings and fears of five characters: a witch, a bitch, a goldfish, a sleepwalker and a salaryman.
A compilation of jokes, poems, and songs about a breakup, breakdown, breakthrough, and everything in-between.
What does it take to satiate a heartbroken 20-something homosexual with a penchant for deep-diving into the sensory stimuli he finds along the way? In this hour-long piece, Michael…
A precious and unique sari awaits the presence of a boy to pull it out of the wardrobe.
Hot Dog has just been dumped by her girlfriend, Dumpling, and now she must candidly examine what it means to live in a post-Dumpling world.
Think you know your Shakespeare? Think again! This is Shakespeare as you’ve never seen him before – ‘trippingly on the tongue’… Migrant actors take on the Bard, reinterpr…
Ivory, tortoiseshell, human teeth – you can make jewellery out of almost anything.
Award-winning actress and playwright Terra Taylor Knudson uses wit, anecdotes, and creative conjecture to weave Shakespeare’s works into her own coming-of-age story, and illustra…
Actor, impersonator and song-and-dance man Frank Moran celebrates the characters of the Marx brothers as he dexterously weaves their lives into his own.
A pandemic-induced trip down memory lane, featuring puppets and a treatise on The Sopranos, is put into hyper-speed when a gender non-conforming praying mantis named E appears in K…
On a roof webbed with fish-bone antenna, a child with a superhero blanket cape was brought to the realm of Wuxia by a leaf.
Storyteller Elise Robertson embarks on a journey of discovery about Rachel Carson, iconic environmentalist, born twelve miles from her in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 60 years earlier…
A quadruple-bill of four short pieces, Flow and Trajectories of Transitions from calligrapher and choreographer Chiharu Kuronuma, and Coordinated Distance and Part of Empties from …
Why was the Wolf in Grandma’s bed? Did Sleeping Beauty have an opinion on consent? Were the Ugly Sisters’ feet really that big? How does a goose inspire revolution? Find out in t…
An avant-garde performance created from three elements: words, dance, and projection mapping.
Think you know your Shakespeare? Think again! This is Shakespeare as you’ve never seen him before – ‘trippingly on the tongue’.
Join Mr Dilly and MacMillan Children’s Books on a joyous journey to the magical world of Wonderland, where nothing is as it seems!
Celebrating 150 years of Lewis Carroll’s Th…
Bienvenue to Chansons, the original musical intercultural cabaret.
This original solo performance follows the story of a girl-woman-dancer’s experiences with the eating disorder bulimia, and the way she healed through learning psychology and exp…
Alice is bored and loves to daydream.
Madman William explores the idea of William Shakespeare's plays from the perspective of his characters, including Macbeth, King Lear and Hamlet.
Lucifer, fallen angel, begs God’s permission to return to Heaven: ‘You forgave everyone, but me.
Bienvenue to Chansons, the musical intercultural cabaret.
Do you believe in magic? Bev does.
Darkly-comedic Korean social satire with innovative staging and colourful physicality.
A lighthearted comedy about university student Sophie, and her journey of discovering what it means to be a woman in this world.
Elaine Liner’s unapologetically satirical play takes liberties for laughs, with the biographies of famous political rivals Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.
Performance is a metaphor and allegory of the world we live in, of interconnections, of incommunicability.
Open the door to No 19, where love hits the rocks like gin and tonic… In Eva’s world, time has eclipsed.
Breakin’, rap, experimental dance, beatboxing, ballroom community, art and community: all in one event.
A double-bill of two pieces, one from calligrapher and choreographer Chiharu Kuronuma and one from juggler Teruki Okamoto.
Inspired by the allegorical Chinese myth of Pangu, and choreographed by Kuik Swee Boon (Singapore) and Kim Jae Duk (Korea), this contemporary dance piece presents the idea of trans…
Merging concert dance and social dance, high-art and pop cultures, Heat is an ongoing piece that changes with each new performance and venue, offering a poetic journey from calm co…
An avant-garde performance, created from three elements: words, dance, and projection mapping.
Stuck on a broken-down train are: Dave and Alex, two students who have met on the journey; Kate, a young mother who has started her own business; Marc, recently left by his fiancé…
What is humanity; what is life? In this world, nothing is certain.
You are on an island.
A circus performance delivered as an interactive home experience.
Lucifer, the fallen angel, begs God’s permission to return to Heaven: ‘You forgave everyone, but me.
In 1936 Spanish Republican troops disembarked on the shores of Majorca to recover the island, which had been taken over by the military.
Not a confession, but a way to let our entrails speak… Punk, heavy metal, movement, poetry and video art create an environment that stimulates the senses.
Stories of five fictional women, fundamentally different and unconnected, but sharing the same core: the pain of living on when something essential is taken away.
Music is the food of love – and we needed to play on.
Absurdist take on philosophy and language.
Think you know your Shakespeare? Think again! This is Shakespeare as you’ve never seen him before.
In the early 90s, Australian comedian Tania Lacy was so famous she couldn’t walk down the street without being mobbed.
A hyper-reality show portraying the daily life of a cam girl in a Barbie-land gone wrong.
A site-specific theatrical performance combining movement and text, featuring two women and two couches in two different cities.
Storyteller Elise Robertson embarks on a journey of discovery about Rachel Carson, the iconic environmentalist, who was born 12 miles from her in Pittsburgh, PA, 60 years earlier.
Join Mr Dilly and MacMillan Children’s Books on a joyous journey to the magical world of Wonderland, where nothing is as it seems! Celebrating 150 years of Lewis Carroll’s Thro…
Trapped in a manor house, two hapless Glaswegian detectives must investigate the deaths of each family member, but try not to become victims themselves… A time-warp murder myster…
Hilarious and heartfelt story about a Russian immigrant named Natasha who moves with her son to NYC in the hopes of becoming a Real Housewife and cabaret star.
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