*a great big sigh*

*a great big sigh*

Only a couple of weeks ago I, and some friends, were in an Escape Room. 

A Slice Of Eel Pie

A Slice Of Eel Pie

A Slice Of Eel Pie is a dark and hilarious new play from writer Lesley Ann Albiston. Spanning several decades, and with a killer soundtrack, its principal characters are loveable but violent grotesques embodying the human consequences of the permissive sixties and their iconic London hippy epicentre, Eel Pie Island… 

Love & Tigers

Love & Tigers

Love & Tigers is a one-man show exploring what it is to be a brother, a son, and a man. 

Scenic Reality

Scenic Reality

Four friends leave school with uncertain futures. 

Little Boxes

Little Boxes

“Don’t stack me away in little boxes to collect dust!”. Laugh and cry as Joann Condon (Little Britain, The Office, Edge of Heaven, Cradle to Grave) presents Little Boxes. “My new one woman show lifts the lid on all the little boxes that are created for us: Mum, woman, actor, writer, comic, cook, cleaner… 

Ugly

Ugly

“Knowing that you’re ugly isn’t about what’s on the outside. That’s not where it starts anyway.” Ugly is a new piece of performance theatre exploring the notion of self-image and the destructive narrative women tell themselves and are encouraged to believe… 

Artificial Intelligence Improvisation

Artificial Intelligence Improvisation

Improbotics is a tech-infused improv comedy show and experiment.An actual artificial intelligence-based chatbot is performing in the show and tries to pass as human as it sends lines to one of the improvisers via an earpiece… 

Pigeons

Pigeons

Written by Penelope Rawlins starring Marlene Sidaway (‘Maureen’ in BBC’s Mum) with Max Fricker and directed by Dugald Bruce-Lockhart. One bench. One phone. Two confessions. A chance encounter between two strangers on a park bench leaves us questioning the art of true communication and what it is to be human… 

Pigeons

Pigeons

A 30 minute play starring Marlene Sidaway (‘Maureen’ in BBC’s Mum) and Max Fricker. A chance encounter between two strangers on a park bench leaves us questioning the art of true communication and what it is to be human… 

Doll Face

Doll Face

We are told we are living in a liberated world but being a woman comes with rules. Being an Indian woman definitely comes with rules. Education, a good job, marriage, kids blah blah blah...