A Letter From A Pony Girl

A Letter From A Pony Girl

Warning - contains scenes and text of a sexual nature (Over 18 only) Powerful play with an all female leading cast about bdsm and mind control set around a European household in Africa in the late 1960's 

The Bear & The Proposal by Chekhov

The Bear & The Proposal by Chekhov

If you think Chekhov is boring - think again as we bring you two short comedies from this Russian writer which will make you laugh out loud. 

Caravaggio: Between the Darkness

Caravaggio: Between the Darkness

Rome, 1600, a city pulsating with artists, writers and powerful religious leaders. Caravaggio kills a love rival. Forced to flee, Caravaggio secures a commission from his patron 

Stacey by Jack Thorne

Stacey by Jack Thorne

STACY by Jack Thorne A bleakly funny and disturbing play from Jack Thorne, writer of This Is England '86 and the stage adaptations of Let The Right One In and Harry Potter & The Cursed Child. 

Ingrid Oliver : Speech

Ingrid Oliver : Speech

Co-creator and star of Watson and Oliver (BBC Two), as seen on Doctor Who and Plebs. 'A heady mix of good writing and committed performances' - Guardian debut solo show featuring an eclectic mix of characters, all giving the speech of their live 

Joy Division - The Nazi Sex Slaves Story

Joy Division - The Nazi Sex Slaves Story

Warning: Contains text of a sensitive nature In the 70s and early 80s, the well-known Manchester band, Joy Division, took their name from events had nothing to do with joy. The name comes from forced labour camps in Nazi German 

Macbeth

Macbeth

Full cast of 15 and some surprises in the casting of the witches 

Joy Division - the Nazi Sex Slaves story

Joy Division - the Nazi Sex Slaves story

In the 70s and early 80s, the well-known Manchester band, Joy Division, took their name from events had nothing to do with joy. The name comes from forced labour camps in Nazi Germany... 

Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell

Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell

Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell is a play about real-life journalist . Bernard was still alive at the time the play was first performed in the West End in 1989. Bernard wrote the "Low Life" column in The Spectator. 

A Woman of No Importance

A Woman of No Importance

The Oscar Wilde classic 

Abigail's Party

Abigail's Party

"Do you know what I mean Tone?" If those words send a shiver down your spine then you've probably encountered the monstrous Beverly before. As hostess of the most excruciatingly uncomfortable soiree ever, the main character of Mike Leigh's play, Abigail's Party has entered popular culture as the epitome of 1970s suburban boredom and snobbery... 

One Hour Play Festival

One Hour Play Festival

Over 20 plays, some well known pieces, some new writing, some one person plays, some with a massive cast but all performed in 1 hour or less by numerous theatre companies 

MEDEA

MEDEA

Medea is an ancient Greek tragedy written by Euripides, based upon the myth of Jason and Medea and first produced in 431 BCE 

Uncle Vanya

Uncle Vanya

First published in 1897 and received its Moscow première in 1899 in a production by the Moscow Art Theatre, under the direction of Konstantin Stanislavski. 

The Overcoat by Gogol

The Overcoat by Gogol

The 'Buster Keaton' version which was used to prove that a silent movie star could do serious acting will be performed live followed by a reading of the original short story by the cast 

A Dolls House by Ibsen

A Dolls House by Ibsen

Nora has a secret that she needs to keep from her perfect family life, only one person can help her but they want something in return. This well known classic is a must see for theatre lovers. 

No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre

No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre

Jan-Paul Sartre, the great French existentialist, displays his mastery of drama in NO EXIT, an unforgettable portrayal of hell. The Play is a depiction of the afterlife in which three deceased characters are punsihed by being locked into a room together for eternity... 

Lulu: A Monster Tragedy

Lulu: A Monster Tragedy

Frank Wedekind's play of sex, deception and murder is brought to life in this thrilling and darkly humorous new adaption. 

The Bear and The Proposal by Anton Chekhov

The Bear and The Proposal by Anton Chekhov

'Not for love...' says one and ...'not for money' says the other. Yet here we are with two plays and two men who find themselves presented with a situation they never foresaw. A feast of farce and a chunk of Chekhov brought to The London Theatre. 

Club Class - The Aviation Comedy

Club Class - The Aviation Comedy

Join a cast of 5 dressed as cabin crew yet playing everyone form pilots to passengers, baggage handlers to bits of the Airbus A320 on this charter flight of hell to the Algarve. Written by a headline comic and former airline pilot, this show has now been seen at over 180 theatres around the UK in the last 9 years and was voted in the top 10 new plays by 'The Times' in 2005... 

4:48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane

4:48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane

Following the last year's sell out, it's back! 

Nightmare Under The Stairs by Mike Fox

Nightmare Under The Stairs by Mike Fox

This funny and scary pantomime for kids and adults will have you laughing loud and singing along with all the songs. Come Dressed for Halloween. 

Miss Julie by August Strindberg

Miss Julie by August Strindberg

Over the course of a midsummer night in Sweden in 1880, an unsettled daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy encourages her father's valet to seduce her. Her dominating ways shows the fall of the mistress to the submissive... 

Edward II by Christopher Marlowe

Edward II by Christopher Marlowe

When Edward inherits the throne from his stern and all conquering father, he is determined to rule his way. To the horror of the lords and bishops he recalls his basely born male lover and demands even the proudest should stoop before his favourite... 

Edward II

Edward II

'What are kings when regiment is gone, but perfect shadows in a sunshine day?’ Venture Wolf presents England’s most mesmerising monarchs, infamous Queen and greatest traitor in Christopher Marlowe's dangerous tale of power, loyalty and lust. 

Hurricane Hill by Chris Leicester

Hurricane Hill by Chris Leicester

 At the isolated house of a famous recluse a stranger arrives and a past will finally be faced. Which life is more valuable; that of a child or a brother-in-arms? Given the regiment he was in, what Paul Glover had to do that night in Afghanistan might just have passed for the ordinary, but lurking in the shadows, life had dealt its hand and now the weight of his actions would materialise - with utterly destructive consequences. 

Jo Burke: Burke Shire

Jo Burke: Burke Shire

Jo’s Burke Shire is inhabited by a series of dysfunctional misfits: all very well-acted but sometimes lacking in good jokes. She sets the scene with her main character – Mary Magdalene, the alcoholhic, man-hungry mayor of Burke Shire – who introduces us to this radioactive, crime-ridden land, before other members of the town come forward... 

The Tempest

The Tempest

The Tempest is a play about magic and mystery - the soul and the nature of performance - believed by many to be Shakespeare’s last ever play, thus signalling his farewell to the theatre...