One tube ride, 7 scenes, 67 years.
The year is 1940, the last Kindertransport to escape the German forces has arrived in England.
BATTLEAXE is a physical piece exploring both contemporary and historical warriors who come together to share why they fight.
Danny slept rough on the steps of St.
Expect to be moved.
Norman and Frank are well at home in their castle as the Technicians of a Liverpool Fashion College.
Two strangers trapped in a room.
Poland, 1933: thirteen-year-old Maklena fixates on a fairy-tale vision of the Soviet Union.
There’s a word for a girl like you.
This is a millennial anthem, a confused love song to a ‘lost generation’ that does everything and nothing all at once.
An explosive night of work-in-progress for the theatrically adventurous.
You are invited to the ultimate test of brains, brawn, and brilliance.
A hilarious and heartbreaking coming-of-age story that interweaves killer tunes, dance and rap with the autobiographical poems of a hopeless romantic.
One Woman Drag Show About Misogyny
‘‘…a visceral takedown of sexist social mores” ★★★★★ Fringe Guru.
Blending music, comedy, drag, movement, dance, buffon and the grotesque - Queen Cunt sees all power to the feminine, the wrathful, the sensual! A multi-character melange of opinion…
Sixpenny Productions return with the Hilarious Rollercoaster ride that is Drunken Lullabies.
A narcissistic Alien and a terrified Earthling have found the solution you’ve been waiting for.
We’re in a karaoke bar somewhere in Asia.
Love is blind, broken & beautiful, but this is not a love story.
The Horse Show comes galloping down to the Camden Fringe festival, fresh from the lush green pastures of Manchester.
I’m always interested in the extent to which the publicity for a performance matches the reality of the production; how the promise materialises on the stage.
A one woman verbatim show about single mothers.
Billed as “a world-first experiment in merging the live
and digital worlds”, Beta Public’s fifth iteration brings together a medley of daring talks, performances, and
What will happen when a devout woman and her sceptical brother decide to start their own religion? Will making the deaf hear and the bacon holy become part of the Messiah’s mantra?…
It’s not easy being a catholic; living in Ireland it’s difficult to escape a Catholic upbringing.
An Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman walk into a theatre and
get stuck in a joke.
Ever seen a polar bear in the flesh? Been close enough to notice just how white these magnificent mammals are? Here is your chance to get up close and personal - remove your belong…
This March, Sprint returns: London’s biggest and best festival of new, adventurous theatre from across the UK and beyond.
Caught somewhere between a TED talk and a coming-of-age action thriller, this one man theatre event explores the rarely discussed world of drone warfare, and why the Iron Man films…
Winner: The Stage Award for Acting Excellence (Ensemble), at Edinburgh Fringe 2015
Present day: 1976.
WAR HAS COME.
SCORE is a fast-paced play with soulful singing that tells the story of childhood friends with a score to settle.
A festival for ‘new and unusual theatre’, Sprint - now in its
17th year - is famous for providing a platform for rising theatre-makers who
have something urgent to say and a uniq…
We Are Not Cakes
claims to be inspired by the Oberiu Avant-Garde Movement, but the result is a
content-less hour which never manages to create the kind of absurdist magic to
First Draft tries
to explore some interesting territory, but gets weighed down in its own
symbolism and confused opinions.
Based on the true story of Lisa Prescott, who was kidnapped
by the Kray Twins and essentially donated as a sex-slave to an escaped
murderer, Camilla Whitehill’s Where Do
This new play, written and directed by Jonny James-Jones, is
a fierce and interesting tale of brothers whose lives couldn’t be more different.
Francesca Millican-Slater is a delight.
Playwright Werner Schwab was just 35 when
he died from what must have been quite a drinking spree after a New Year’s Eve
party in 1994.
The Huntley Street Theatre Company presents Laqueum, a new theatrical performance set in a female prison, which explores isolation and entrapment.
Award-winning comedian and failed Buddhist Monk, Sam Brady, takes his comedy show, Kindness on UK tour, starting in Leicester on 22nd February.
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