Central (Story) Line

Central (Story) Line

One tube ride, 7 scenes, 67 years. Central (Story) Line is a play that’s more relevant than ever, as we watch world events slowly taking the direction of something we’ve seen before... 

Central (Story) Line

Central (Story) Line

The year is 1940, the last Kindertransport to escape the German forces has arrived in England. Three children await on the platform of Liverpool Street Station. Louise, Henry and Charlie are united by this historical event that changes and shapes their lives... 

BATTLEAXE

BATTLEAXE

BATTLEAXE is a physical piece exploring both contemporary and historical warriors who come together to share why they fight. Amongst them are Boudicca, Sylvia Plath and Michael Dillon (the first female to male trans man in the UK)... 

Protest Song

Protest Song

Danny slept rough on the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral for seven years. One morning he woke to three thousand people on his doorstep as protesters began the Occupy movement. Tim Price's play, Protest Song, is a heartfelt monologue in which the confrontational and abrasive Danny recounts his experience of the movement with acerbic humour and crackling momentum, showing both its inspiring idealism 

Magnum Opus

Magnum Opus

Expect to be moved. Expect to be thrilled. Expect bears. So many bears*. Hector Dunderbridge, world famous playwright, author, and bee wrangler, is unveiling his latest, greatest, show: a white-knuckle ride into the dark heart of humanity, and a search for the true meaning of Orlando Bloom**... 

In The Heart of the Wasps Nest

In The Heart of the Wasps Nest

Norman and Frank are well at home in their castle as the Technicians of a Liverpool Fashion College. When new recruit, Carol, makes and allegation of sexual misconduct, the team are thrown into chaos, where difficult questions are asked, and allegiances are tested... 

Did it Hurt?

Did it Hurt?

Two strangers trapped in a room. Once inside, they cannot leave. The gravity of their collective pasts holds them there as surely as a locked door. With nothing to do but get to know one another, the men are forced to expose their inner most thoughts and ideas... 

Maklena

Maklena

Poland, 1933: thirteen-year-old Maklena fixates on a fairy-tale vision of the Soviet Union. When communist propaganda, magical geese, and her family\'s bleak reality become blurred in Maklena’s imagination, they lead her down a dangerous path... 

No Way Out

No Way Out

There’s a word for a girl like you... Stuck between highly taxed tampons and badly lit mirrors, three female characters are trapped in a toilet. A mix of clown, story-telling and political rant as they examine their stories, themselves and their fate; inviting you to laugh in the face of, ridicule, challenge and reconsider what it is to be a woman today. 

We Never Go Places To Dance Anymore

We Never Go Places To Dance Anymore

This is a millennial anthem, a confused love song to a ‘lost generation’ that does everything and nothing all at once. It explores icons, celebrity and how we try to find our place amongst them when we grow up... 

Sprint 2018: Big Bang #2 featuring Inauguration by Rhiannon Brace

Sprint 2018: Big Bang #2 featuring Inauguration by Rhiannon Brace

An explosive night of work-in-progress for the theatrically adventurous. The line-up includes Hannah Moss with Meadow, Inauguration by Rhiannon Brace, Heloise Werner with The Other Side of the Sea and There She Is by Gabriela Flarys. 

I Want You To Admire Me/But You Shouldn't

I Want You To Admire Me/But You Shouldn't

You are invited to the ultimate test of brains, brawn, and brilliance. Our three contestants will battle it out to win the title of “Most Admirable Person”. Their friends and families certainly think they’re admirable... 

Love Songs

Love Songs

A hilarious and heartbreaking coming-of-age story that interweaves killer tunes, dance and rap with the autobiographical poems of a hopeless romantic. A one-woman-show (about many men) that aims to educate and empower us all beyond the bedroom. 

Syd & Sylvia

Syd & Sylvia

One Woman Drag Show About Misogyny ‘‘…a visceral takedown of sexist social mores” ★★★★★ Fringe Guru. “…a fascinating exploration of the feelings of anger, humiliation and shame that can follow street harassment and assault... 

Queen Cunt: Sacred or Profane?

Queen Cunt: Sacred or Profane?

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 paints the stage rainbow-coloured, sequined, hairy and fleshy pink. 

Job's A Good'Un

Job's A Good'Un

10 years. 11 jobs. Laura has done everything—from glass-collecting in a gangster-run bar to arranging flower baskets for Eva Longoria. Job's a Good'un is a semi-autobiographical sketch comedy about one woman's ridiculous but funny workplace woes. 

Drunken Lullabies

Drunken Lullabies

Sixpenny Productions return with the Hilarious Rollercoaster ride that is Drunken Lullabies.This one man show leads the audience on a journey through the highs and lows of and emerging actor, featuring vivid characters and outrageous drunken tales. 

Nina Talks About Her Values

Nina Talks About Her Values

A narcissistic Alien and a terrified Earthling have found the solution you've been waiting for. Part TED Talk, part ritual, this fast-paced-physical-satire-extravaganza puts the world in a blender to create world peace... 

Love Letters to Asia

Love Letters to Asia

We’re in a karaoke bar somewhere in Asia. There are dance routines, confessions, mood lighting & endless hashtags, and we're going to Instagram the hell out of it. This fresh new work is inspired by living, working and travelling around Asia, 

Rabbit Heart; A Lovely Tragedy

Rabbit Heart; A Lovely Tragedy

Love is blind, broken & beautiful, but this is not a love story. Using physical theatre, poetry & verbatim events, dare to look mental health deep in the eyes. How responsible are we for the person we love, if they are the one who hurts us the most? 

Roberts and Holt: The Horse Show

Roberts and Holt: The Horse Show

The Horse Show comes galloping down to the Camden Fringe festival, fresh from the lush green pastures of Manchester. A high octane, two-man comedy sketch show that deals exclusively with the theme of all things equestrian. 

Kings Cross (Remix)

Kings Cross (Remix)

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. Created and performed by Tom Marshman, Kings Cross (Remix), "recounts tales from the LGBTQ community about the raucous underground scene around Kings Cross in the 1980s"... 

Muvvahood

Muvvahood

A one woman verbatim show about single mothers. Written and performed by a single mother. In the UK, there are around two million single parents. 9 out of 10 single parents are mothers... 

Beta Public V

Beta Public V

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 video-game builds that explore the role of the player in performance... 

And the Ugly

And the Ugly

2 weeks. 2 women. 2 stories. 1 show. Armed with a bench & a teapot, Nixx & Susie come together to explore prevalent issues in day to day life. Through love & loss, friendship & mental health, they provide an honest account of a shared experience. 

That Catholic Thing

That Catholic Thing

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? A new dark comedy about the origins of religion, from Sky Blue. 

That Catholic Thing

That Catholic Thing

It’s not easy being a catholic; living in Ireland it’s difficult to escape a Catholic upbringing. There are so many rules and rituals that are impossible to make sense of, unless you have faith... 

The Joke

The Joke

An Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman walk into a theatre and get stuck in a joke. In an attempt to escape, they live out the punchline repeatedly, in an array of diverse and wacky ways... 

The Privileged

The Privileged

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 belongings as you are about to encounter the Arctic’s whitest apex predator. 

Sprint Festival 2016

Sprint Festival 2016

This March, Sprint returns: London’s biggest and best festival of new, adventurous theatre from across the UK and beyond. Join us for our twentieth annual celebration of all that’s bold, inventive and risk-taking from emerging artists handpicked to inspire, surprise and entertain... 

Iron MAM

Iron MAM

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 might just be the perfect metaphor. 

Police Cops

Police Cops

Winner: The Stage Award for Acting Excellence (Ensemble), at Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Present day: 1976. Straight-laced rookie Police Cop Jimmy Johnson is out to avenge his brother’s death, and he's got to go it alone... 

The Trojan Women

The Trojan Women

WAR HAS COME. WHAT YOU KNOW, IT IS NO MORE. Set in an England devastated by nuclear fallout, ‘The Trojan Women’ explores the deconstruction of a society. Water is rationed, warfare has taken the men, and the BBC has ceased broadcasting. 

Score

Score

SCORE is a fast-paced play with soulful singing that tells the story of childhood friends with a score to settle. The script is inspired by interviews with parents in Bournemouth drugs treatment services and cascades through time telling a story of split loyalties, dognapping and bum notes. 

Sprint 2015

Sprint 2015

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 unique way of expressing it... 

We Are Not Cakes

We Are Not Cakes

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 which it aspires... 

First Draft

First Draft

First Draft tries to explore some interesting territory, but gets weighed down in its own symbolism and confused opinions. A two-hander, using both movement and physical theatre as well as short scenes, mime and soundscapes, it is a hit-and-miss affair which doesn’t hold the attention for the 45 minute running time... 

Where Do Little Birds Go?

Where Do Little Birds Go?

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 Little Birds Go? deals with some seriously dark subject matter, but manages to be uplifting and utterly beautiful... 

Sidero

Sidero

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. Hez (Alex Brabbins) is a loser, living a stale non-life with no job, girlfriend or prospects, but plenty of beer, drugs, and a terrible influence of a housemate in wild, hilarious Ozzy (Liam Church-Burton)... 

The Forensics of a Flat (and other stories)

The Forensics of a Flat (and other stories)

Francesca Millican-Slater is a delight. From start to finish, we are swept up by her charisma, as though caught up in a love story with her, as she recounts her relationship with her Birmingham flat... 

Dead At Last, No More Air

Dead At Last, No More Air

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. It’s maybe uncomfortably ironic that the one of the last plays he penned was titled “Dead At Last – No More Air” but then if uncomfortable is what you’re looking for, Just A Must’s English language premiere of Schwab’s play is your kind of show... 

Laqueum

Laqueum

The Huntley Street Theatre Company presents Laqueum, a new theatrical performance set in a female prison, which explores isolation and entrapment.Inmate ‘L’ enters the eponymous prison and discovers big boss Lola rewards her male wardens by granting one an hour with a female prisoner to use as he pleases... 

Sam Brady: Kindness

Sam Brady: Kindness

Award-winning comedian and failed Buddhist Monk, Sam Brady, takes his comedy show, Kindness on UK tour, starting in Leicester on 22nd February. The show is inspired by a simple act of kindness, from an unexpected source at a very low point in Sam Brady’s life, which renewed his faith in human nature...