Fitted out in an elegant tuxedo, in an echo of Marlene Dietrich’s revolutionary turn in 1930’s Morocco, Kate O’Donnell is every inch the smooth Old Hollywood dame.
Graeae Theatre Company champions the working-class misfits of Skelmersdale, Lancashire – or ‘Skem’ as Dent and Shaun call it – in their new show Cosmic Scallies.
The stage is awash with cold, blue LED light.
Men have all the power.
Manchester dark comedy duo Powder Keg (Ross McCaffery and Jake Walton) scream out their political statements in Morale Is High (Since We Gave Up Hope) but none which make an impact…
In a tiny stage at the back of Summerhall, The Letter Room, in association with Northern Stage in Edinburgh, brings a feet stomping, hand clapping, spirit raising show to the fring…
A twelve-year-old girl sneaks across the border into her own country.
Is anybody out there? It’s a question that’s inspired generations of writers and filmmakers, religious leaders, astrophysicists and, of course, conspiracy theorists.
“Finally, for the first time, we are being seen.
In an explosion of energy, raw intensity and emotion, RashDash theatre company shatters preconceptions of the patriarchy.
There are audible gasps as we watch footage of two women staggering towards a finish line.
Where Do All The Dead Pigeons Go? This is a production that doesn’t try to answer any of your questions - or refer to pigeons, for that matter, even as a metaphor, throughout the…
In an hour that mixes spoken word and storytelling, Zöe Murtagh explores the symptoms and stigmas faced by anxiety sufferers in a show co-written with Victoria Copeland.
‘Of course, you shouldn’t use sign language’.
Why do we stop playing? What might make us start again? All those guitars propped up in bedrooms.
This musically infused telling of Five Feet in Front (the Ballad of Little Johnnie Wylo) is a highly energised, yarn spinning hoedown of a play.
When Gaby disappeared from her Scottish home in 2006, it was assumed that her Pakistani father had kidnapped her.
Key Change, directed by Laura Lindow, is devised by women in HMPYOI Low Newton and follows the stories of 4 female inmates.
Going Viral, written and performed by Daniel Bye, follows an imaginary outbreak of a highly contagious weeping virus spreading across the world, by you.
This workshop introduces the voice work of Nadine George, used in productions such as Black Watch and Alan Cumming’s Macbeth, to creative practitioners wishing to explore their e…
The Paradise Project by Third Angel and mala voadora is set in a futuristic shelter-in-construction, inhabited by Stacey Sampson and Jerry Killick as they create a society within w…
It has been said that we all tell stories simply to stave off Death.
Every day we see the news, images bombard us.
You’re the kind of person who never backs down from a fight.
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