The Bandaged Woman, from Theatre63, comes to The Old Red Lion Theatre, examining the trials and tribulations of being born into a privileged life.
Something strange is afoot at the Belvedere psychiatric clinic.
60’s playwright Joe Orton and his partner Ken Halliwell act out their past, present and future in a dingy Islington flat, and later, in a Tangiers apartment.
A brand new show from the award winning Elegy.
Saving Britney is a hilarious and heartbreaking look at celebrity obsession, sexuality and growing up in the early noughties.
When thrust into the circus, it can never be easy to tame the lions.
It’s Halloween, and mother’s birthday, and sisters Jocasta and Jupiter are making their annual visit.
Chekhov’s tragicomedy in a bittersweet, multi-disciplinary new adaptation.
The taught new thriller Skin In The Game opens the door on an inner-city Birmingham family in
‘Theatre On Tap’, is a play in a pub, made in a day.
In her article for the British Library on Restorations Comedy Diane Maybankobserves that “little can be gained from removing the plays from their historical settings”.
Actor/scriptwriter Charlie Ryall leads an entertaining troupe of actors from Mercurius Theatre Company in her play Indebted to Chance at the Old Red Lion Theatre.
Let’s Summon Demons is a semi-immersive folk horror play in the round.
Northern Ireland, 1983.
Lovers of scary stories, unite.
The Teind: A personalised horror story, just for you.
Fred Strangebone has created a monster… Inspired by the greatest horror story of all time with help from a grotesque buffoon, Fred wants to demonstrate his scientific and psycho…
Balancing work and love is a struggle, but what if your job is killing people? A hitwoman is trying to reconcile these two aspects of her life.
A difficult look at a physically and mentally abusive relationship, Is This Thing On? uses a mixture of physical theatre and words to take us on an uncomfortable journey through th…
Whose bodies were used to create the monster of Frankenstein? No Exit meets Saw in this squirm-inducing twist on a horror classic.
The division in our post-Brexit, post-truth
Britain stems from the difference between people who can accept dramatic
change, and those who cannot.
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