Set in 1854 in the criminal wing of Bethlem Hospital for the Insane and being about the birth of psychotherapy, you would be forgiven for assuming this play will be heavy going.
Sigmund Freud meets Salvador Dali, and the result is comedy chaos.
Swing into the 60s as FF Flashback returns! Get interactive with our deluxe photo-booth and walkabout performers.
Samuel Pickwick is a warm hearted and well meaning man of advancing years, despit his age, still something of an innocent.
Florian Zeller’s The Father is a play that tells a common enough family story: an elderly father, Andre (Michael Bulman), needs increasing levels of care and his daughter Anne (L…
The Father is about Andre, a man with dementia, wrestling to control or even understand his daily life.
We have all been through frustrating moments of not being able to find the right words at the right time.
Set in a Mother and Baby Home in December 1964, Be My Baby follows Mary Adams who is unmarried and seven months pregnant.
1964, Mary Adams, unmarried and seven months pregnant, is forcibly sent to a Mother and Baby Home by a mother, intent on keeping up appearances.
While threat and menace pervade the neighbourhood, Danny and Helen keep their heads down and their mouths shut.
A blisteringly truthful and darkly comic take on contemporary life and how to survive it.
In George Orwell’s 1984, people live under ignorant oppression in Oceania, a place where the Party scrutinises human actions with the ever-watchful eye of Big Brother.
Scott Roberts’ adaptation of Wedekind’s Pandora’s Box and Earth Spirit has resulted in Lulu.
Written when he was
nearly 70 years old, Arthur Miller’s Broken
Glass, had been in his mind’s development ever since his marriage to
Marilyn Monroe ended shortly before her deat…
Demolition expert Ned and his wife of eleven years live in a nice new house on a nice new estate.
Wilfred Owen was sent to Craiglockhart Hospital for ‘Nervous Disorders’ in June 1917.
If rock musicals fronted by nearly-transgender, furiously lamenting drama queens are your thing, then this is definitely the show for you and if they aren’t, I highly recommend s…
Hedwig and the Angry Inch has a cult following.
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