I Couldn’t Do Your Job is a poignant, captivating and timely verbatim play which shows an honest insight into the people behind the uniforms.
Tobias hates mash and Steve hates Tobias, but when they discover their mom to be patient zero in a world of flesh-eating zombies, the torn apart brothers get pieced back together, …
After an outstanding premiere at VAULT Festival 2020, farmers-turned-entertainers David and Sam are ploughing across to Islington with their rambunctious family comedy, littered wi…
Encountered on a ward round: Daniel, a refugee from Eritrea, now a trainee nurse; Rahmiya, a Muslim doctor; and David, elderly white cancer patient.
J is building a city.
It’s back! Horatio Productions’ Science Fiction Theatre Festival returns for a stellar second edition.
Franz Woyzeck, a young soldier, grapples with his fragmented mind as he sinks deeper and deeper below the surface of reality.
Gifted confronts the injustices that repeatedly surround victims of sexual violence in the modern day.
Following a highly successful run at Edinburgh Fringe 2017, A Gym Thing now transfers to
London’s Pleasance Theatre.
Could you kill a President? That’s what a fairground proprietor asks in this 1990s genre-busting Sondheim musical that explores both the real-life and imagined motives why nine p…
And it’s like there’s a box, there’s a voice which tempts me to unlock a tap tap tapping question.
LAMBCO Productions proudly presents the British Premiere
The Crumple Zone
by Buddy Thomas
Directed by Robert McWhir
Clapham Omnibus, 19th to 23rd December 2016
Spanning one term at Oxford University, Modern Love follows the story of two sets of best friends - Olivia and Ella, Harry and Jonah - whose lives collide when they all fall for El…
Odysseus has come home from the war.
At the risk of sounding ageist, an
immediate concern with any student theatre company taking on Shakespeare’s
tragedy of tragedies, King Lear, is that it is in many respects a
Charles Addams’ cartoons have been
adapted numerous times for TV, film and as an animated series.
It is a rare thing to leave a theatre having been utterly blown away by
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