Think Drunk History but live and Jewish! A night of comedians doing their best to tell the weeks Torah reading and improvisers doing their best to make a show out of it.
You’ve heard of the Nativity, but have you ever heard it from Mary’s side? From the award winning team behind ‘Round to Rita’s’ comes a hilarious musical parody of the original Chr…
This town is falling apart.
‘The city cringes at the soft wound of our open hearts as we spill our soul onto the pavements and rise aglow into the morning.
A dramatic retelling of the life of Jeremy Segway.
In Ghost Written, the audience are the authors of the story; providing its totems and structure and the performers then weave together a hilarious and completely improvised tale.
“The unproven is blind, untrue and punishable”.
A deeply compelling, painfully stark and shameless story about three homeless women seeking out stability, security and a way to change their fate.
The Big O is fast paced, intimate, hilarious and heartfelt exploration of 21st Century attitudes and experiences of female pleasure, orgasm and consent through the eyes of one woma…
A & B want so badly to help.
A one-woman comedy musical about Post-Natal Depression.
Zara lives in a perfect world.
Meet Lady Clementine.
SKIN PIGEON is a WIP character comedy show from award winning comedian Lorna Rose Treen (Funny Women 2022 Stage Award and 2022 Comedy Shorts Award).
Tatenda Shamiso tells the story of his experience as a Black transgender immigrant in the UK.
“People are so far away from one another
And, very often, the people who are the furthest apart
Are those who love each other.
Holly has had quite a year - trying to deal with being left out of the Royal Family.
A modern-day chick flick about the relentless tick tick tock of the biological clock, but with a real naked body, honest conversation & a side of poached eggs.
Following two critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival Fringe runs, the queer cult sensation makes its debut at Vault Festival.
What would you do if you came home one day after a long day and found a dead body on your living room floor?
Would you freak out and be scared, perfectly calm, or angry?
The Wedding Speech is a piece that speaks to the impact of the primary relationship and the blind spots it can create in even the most self-aware person.
A theatrical comedy meta horror multimedia experience - this show has all the adjectives and more! A desperate actor seeks a friend to be the ‘reader’ for their self tape.
When Lali goes to a job interview, to tutor the children of the affluent Bamford family, things take an unexpected turn.
After selling out shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2022, award-winning comedian and NHS doctor Stefania Licari returns to star in a fresh, updated take on her hit show Medico.
Charlie has cystic fibrosis, a condition that causes a build-up of mucus.
A fragmented, non-linear performance that details a modern queer odyssey.
A non-linear investigation of the complexities and nuances of relationships and the moral boundaries we set: highlighting the different dynamics in LGBTQIA+ relationships while exp…
It is 1623, and 17-year old John has come to London to work as an apprentice typesetter, under the mentorship of printer Isaac Jaggard.
Farting at a funeral.
What exists in the ‘thin places’ where the distance between the living and the non-living is blurred?
Transcending narrative, complex stories seep from the earth’s sediments, a…
Join Katie for a camp, chaotic cabaret about the Pill.
‘Do you like me? Suppose it is too early to say’.
At once slapstick, sitcom and surreal, Grubby Little Mitts, is an hour of wildly different sketches at breakneck speed, rooted in the recognisable yet traversing into strange reali…
‘Did George Floyd’s killing mark a turning point for real change or yet another false dawn?’ Despite the global outcry and public machinations over the murder of George Floyd…
Quench is an absurdist comedy like no other.
QUENCH is an absurdist comedy like no other.
To put it in perspective, the formative years of millennials have had:
The US and UK in the longest war since WW2
The worst recession since the Great Depression
Nazis are back
Who would you be, if you could be anybody? Sockpuppet is a new play about deepfakes: the new technology that can allow anyone to pretend to be anyone else.
A cat walks on Kilburn High Road.
Walking Cats is an autobiographical performance exploring homesickness and migrant identity using live feed, object theatre, paper collages and soundscape, taking the audience on a…
A SOCIETY (FOR THE CUTTING UP OF MEN) is a frenetic mashup of satirical texts about what the world would look like without patriarchy.
Siapa Yang Bawa Melayu Aku Pergi? (Who Took My Malay Away?) is a lecture-performance that was inspired by the creator’s early experiences of living in London, and made with the kno…
Following his dream, Remi moves to Scotland to become an actor.
It’s the 1960s, the world is changing.
The one with the improvised comedy! Don your sweater-vest and your Rachel hairdo, and get ready to relive the ‘90s.
Tatty Macleod has gained a huge online following thanks to her French vs English sketches (50 million views across Instagram and TikTok).
Growing up gay in a small town in 90s Kent, it is easy to think your sexuality is the reason you don’t fit in.
When hackers take over the news and report that humanity is mere months away from destruction, it’s branded as an elaborate hoax.
‘imaginary natural beings’ is a journey of self-exploration through an indifferent world.
An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café.
William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, tucked away under the arches of Waterloo at the Network Theatre, is an incredibly feminist play.
Josh and Mary are friends.
It ain\'t easy being Jack.
Meet Agnes, Anne and Betty, a motley crew of munitions workers doing their bit for the war effort.
Step aside Ricky & Bianca, there\'s a new duo in town.
Written by Offie-nominated David K.
Captain’s Log, Stardate (whatever).
WRITTEN BY MICHAEL ROSS
Michael Ross’s biting satire delivers a piece very much for our times, reflecting on the dignity and many indignities of labour.
A HILARIOUSLY HONEST AND FAST PACED COMEDY ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH
‘A glorious, farcical conglomeration of a show made up of jokes, hilarious characters, song, science experiments a…
In a Fascist Rome circa 1930’s-40’s Julius Caesar rules the city with an iron fist, thanks to the help of his Blackshirts and Secret Police.
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