Take a Shakespeare play and strip it of all of the aspects that make it
a timeless sensation.
Gilbert and Sullivan musicals aren’t to everyone’s taste, and could most definitely do with an injection of a more modern approach.
A darkly humorous one-woman physical theatre piece with an elaborate costume made of black bin bags.
Former Royal Court writer Nick Cassenbaum’s new play, 1 Green Bottle, bets big.
In a cage of the mind six lost souls re-run their daily routine until a new thought is introduced.
It is either apt or ironic that a show whose set recreates a building
site feels a little messy.
In this captivating and poignant piece of new writing, F Scott Fitzgerald, the author who coined the 1920s The Jazz Age, and his wife Zelda, retell their own story of love, loss an…
We’re in 1940s New York at an upscale hotel, where a new jazz bar is having its opening launch party.
Ami Jones and team present a one-woman take on one of Shakespeare’s most
controversial plays, The Taming of the Shrew.
The idea of the song cycle is to use an original thought from which the music and lyrics is constructed as opposed to writing a book or adapting material from an original source.
Welcome to the World Championships of Boozing 2014! Doesn’t matter if you’re a pitiful alcoholic or a hypocrite teetotaller, this invitation is for you! Come and see what happens …
I’m dead inside .
Replay tells the story of Freya, a piano teacher, who becomes obsessed with one of her pupils, James, following the suicide of his sister.
Two Soviet cosmonauts orbiting the earth they left behind twelve years earlier.
In this era of electronic messaging devices, where nothing
texted or emailed seems personal, permanent or important, there is something
romantic about a tangible, hand-written le…
Set in a surreal criminal underworld where gangsters play Cluedo,
Hide and Seek and drink home-grown English garden tea, The Babysitters
is an ambitious piece of new writing that…
From the outset, this musical adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s 1895 play The
Importance of Being Earnest was just bad and unfortunately, not the
kind of bad production that you’d …
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! At our five venues: C: our powerhouse of performance on Chambers Street.
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