London is one of the most diverse cities in the world, a place where people of different generations class, ethnicity, faith and sexual orientation co-exist.
A one-woman clown show following bright-eyed, open-hearted 1950s bachelorette Judith and her journey to become the most lovable girl in town.
A show about being transgender, hating love and all of the things her partner has to put up with. Not forgetting the glitter ball catsuit wearing pensioner.
The off-Broadway musical, with music by Brad Ross and lyrics by Ellen Greenfield and Half Hackady is about mates, dates and love triangles.
Sometimes you have to step into the past to find the future.
nto the Deep follows a fishing family held back by poverty and inter-generational struggle.
Into the Deep follows a fishing family held back by poverty and inter-generational struggle.
A one woman play about looking for love, loneliness in London and accidentally going viral.
Nigel Osner takes a quizzical look at the challenges and opportunities for those no longer young.
A devised comedy created from recorded interviews where we try out the best and the worst advice given during a break up.
Daniel and Victoria are two successful professionals in a happy marriage.
Improdyssey is an improvised comedy quest inspired by Lord of the Rings, the legends of King Arthur, and you.
Gripping World Premier drama of Cowgate fire.
Balancing work and love is a struggle, but what if your job is killing people? A hitwoman is trying to reconcile these two aspects of her life.
Judith leaves her ex-boyfriend a desperate message on his answerphone saying that she is not coping with their break-up, that she has brought razor blades & some henna in order to …
Three people share a common thread: Ophelia.
Award-winning double act, Revan and Fennell, bring their unique brand of silly and observational sketch comedy to the Etcetera Theatre in Camden for one night only.
Whose bodies were used to create the monster of Frankenstein? No Exit meets Saw in this squirm-inducing twist on a horror classic.
A one-woman comic play about getting the bus to work, having accidentally worn two different shoes.
Do you have a mum? Are you one? Do you choose not to be or perhaps you’re not able? From adoption to surrogacy, from IVF to miscarriage, being a single mum, a young mum or a step m…
Three unconventional mimes show their ridiculous life of living in the world of mime.
The very last sketch show in the universe! Earth has been destroyed.
The two Gaulier graduated, award-winning actors Karen Houge and David Tann present a satire based on Karen’s journey following Syrian refugees.
Being human is so boring.
The body we inhabit began its journey not when we were born in this life but centuries ago.
A debut one woman tragicomedy.
Albert is a lovable nerd who dreams of the big stage.
Can you fall in love with someone if you don’t know their gender?
Peter is about to find out when he falls for the sexually ambiguous ‘Blue’.
“I can’t know you in one hundred and forty.
KNOCK KNOCK a physical solo show exploring the effects of National Service on a single mother and her only son.
“We have chosen to live lives less ordinary”
Crossing the state border in a stolen Ford V-8 with a trunk full of sawn-off shotguns and bootleg whiskey, Bonnie and Clyde have found…
Spanning one term at Oxford University, Modern Love follows the story of two sets of best friends - Olivia and Ella, Harry and Jonah - whose lives collide when they all fall for El…
In loving memory of Mr Jordan, a darling husband, brother, lover, dickhead, mumbler and ghost.
Distracted by boredom and her delusions of fame, Sally, the comedy club cleaner, is convinced that the empty stage is desperate for her grand debut.
The travelling poet swaggers into London with a case full of ancient stories.
A devised solo clown show.
Directed by Jon Campbell (White Space Film Productions), this short farce depicts a meeting between an actor, Rowan(David King) and Mr Willet (Joe Staton) a distraught husband, who…
UCLU Runaground’s entry to the 2016 Camden Fringe - Encore;
Meet Johnny, a drag Queen, the best of the best - and everyone knows it.
With wild eyes and a wicked flavour of comedy, Australian trio The Travelling Sisters serve up a gang of tragically charming misfits.
1916, the Battle of the Somme is raging.
After moving in with boyfriend Michael, April finds it difficult to hide her secret from the man she loves.
People have always used the Ouija board to quench their thirst of the unknown: “Is anybody there?” “What happens when we die?” “Have you seen my hamster?” A dark supernatural come…
Theatrum Vertitatus is very excited to be taking their dark and haunting production of Lanford Wilson’s “Home Free!” to The London Horror Festival this year after 2 successful runs…
When Nathaniel, a student, is visited by a mysterious dread figure from the past and falls in love with a woman who isn’t all she seems, nobody can prevent his life from spiralli…
A new musical about 2 naïve boys as they embark on dynamic journeys.
Beowulf, the hero of the Geats comes to the aid of the King of the Danes in this heroic epic.
After a near sell-out run at the London Horror Festival, award-winning performer Mary Beth Morossa returns with her second solo show, in which she intertwines dark storytelling, po…
Award-winning performer Mary Beth Morossa presents her second solo show at the London Horror Festival, in which she intertwines dark storytelling, cabaret and theatrical performanc…
A quartet of plays for one actor, written and directed by Nick Myles.
The Fix examines
psychosis through the eyes of three men from three different eras: Richard is a
Victorian schizophrenic, and is played with lovely bumbling lightness and comic
“Are you ready for some adequate comedy?” Brett Goldstein
asks whilst doing his own intro to this work-in-progress show.
Passing Through is a show-case of Kingston University
student playwrights and comes in 2 parts.
Get Over It Productions present their all-female psychedelic shakedown of Shakespeare’s most captivating comedy.
Ben has been told he committed high treason.
‘You tell me, is there some society you know of that doesn’t run on greed? What is greed? Listen.
French-American acoustic guitar duo JP & Xochitl bring you their unique and haunting sounds: a fusion of Arabic, Spanish and Gypsy music.
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