Bondagers

Bondagers

“Nobody thought to save any of the roots,” says Sara towards the end of The Bondagers. She’s one of the six single women who we follow through a year’s hard graft on a 19th century Scottish farm, hired (or “bonded”) to labour in the fields of the great agricultural estates... 

Kill Johnny Glendenning

Kill Johnny Glendenning

Kill Johnny Glendenning is a play of two halves; each a brutally funny, finely-tuned treatise on the various overlapping hierarchies of power and violence that, while shaping our lives, can nevertheless be overturned unexpectedly... 

Pressure

Pressure

Us inhabitants of the British Isles can spend an inordinate amount of our time discussing the weather, yet it doesn’t automatically follow that our “four seasons in a day”climate is also a great subject for drama... 

Avenue Q

Avenue Q

Freshly-graduated and bright-eyed Princeton arrives in Avenue Q looking for his purpose but lacking the funds to afford anywhere better to stay. His new neighbours are closeted Republican investment banker Rod plus flatmate Nicky; failing stand-up comic Brian who’s engaged to Asian-American therapist Christmas Eve; internet addict Trekkie Monster; sweet-as-syrup teaching assistant Kate Monster (no relation); Lucy the Slut (no further description required) and building superintendent Gary Coleman... 

Union

Union

Big, bold and buxom; playwright Tim Barrow’s Union, directed for the Royal Lyceum Theatre’s artistic director Mark Thomson, starts as it means to go on, with blocks of “scenery”designed by video artist Andrzej Goulding bedecked with his faded, worn representation of the Union Flag...