Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope

Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope

"I come from a time and country where I was treated like a wrong hushed up. And now, eighty long, dark years later, I find myself living in the heart of Manhattan… the moment I finally caught sight of New York for real I wanted it… After that there was nothing for it but to leave England, which is nothing more than a rain-swept Alacatraz, and move to America…" Using the words of the man himself with only a few stylistically consistent linking phrases, Mark Farrelly's Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope delicately and eloquently charts the course of Crisp’s life and is similarly divided into two parts: Naked and Hope... 

Merrily We Roll Along

Merrily We Roll Along

A thrilling and compelling Broadway fable about friendship, compromise and the high price of success. A must see, both for Sondheim aficionados, but also for anyone with a passion for musical theatre... 

Avenue Q

Avenue Q

An English Lit graduate searching for purpose in his life; a closet homosexual banker with repressed feelings for his straight roommate; a porn obsessed monster; an idealistic kindergarten assistant who wants to open a school for monsters; a self-proclaimed slut and Different Strokes' Gary Coleman, are only some of the characters populating Jeff Whitty, Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx's Avenue Q; where humans and puppets live in supportive harmony in a less than salubrious New York neighbourhood which bears more than a passing resemblance to Sesame Street...