“Is this a real knife? Is this just fantasy?”
Enjoy Shakespeare’s spooky tragedy like never before, as six actors deploy wittily rewritten pop classics, uproariously silly com…
‘Darling Buds of May’ actor Tyler Butterworth tells the funny, moving and unashamedly nostalgic story of his much-loved parents, the nation’s first female TV impressionist Janet …
For many years the Bureau for Alien Defence has kept the world safe from extra-terrestrial threats.
“Today I killed a man.
Alex Grey, funeral director and functioning alcoholic, has found himself suffering from a grave depression and a sense of low self-esteem.
WILD by Jenna Kamal.
‘Paler, Still’ by Oonagh Wall (written in collaboration with the company).
It’s the tenth bi-annual meeting of the Michael Ball Appreciation Society and Alex, their founder, has a special surprise to mark the occasion.
‘Prison Dialogues’ consists of interweaving male and female dialogues set in the everyday of prison.
In our world of fast fashion, the buy-now-pay-later mentality fed to us by banks like Klarna and the rising cost of living, Dennis Kelly’s Love and Money will truly resonate with…
For women, says the philosopher Susan Bordo, hunger is the most insistent craving and pre-eminent source of their anger and frustration.
Six people, five stories, one truck.
Duty is both fabulously simple and incredibly clever, shining the light on complex issues with deep and sympathetic understanding yet offering no glib answers.
When a Nigerian family moves to London, it’s a far cry from the life they’d hoped for.
Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s new one-man show.
Strode’s College Performing Arts students will be performing Extremism by Anders Lustgarten.
Biilled as a dark duologue between two Chicago policemen and you would be forgiven for thinking that A Steady Rain might be categorised as 'niche' theatre.
“Damien is one of the Fringe’s hidden treasures: a 40-year-old script, a masterful solo performance and a story that’s both shocking and inspirational.
Kids these days! No one knows what they’re up to.
A wonderfully inventive join-in musical workshop for children.
With guitars, bodhrans and mandolin in hand, The Sorries sing, play and banter their way through a selection of traditional songs from Scotland and beyond.
If the clients play nice, male escorting can be a pretty sweet gig.
A double-bill of intimately presented contemporary dance, story and film, exploring the perception and experience of shared memory.
Two masterly and unfairly neglected short plays by W.
“You gotta live for yourself in this life.
A young man says he’s just looking for a place to stay, but he’s got sex, violence and revenge on his mind.
An original play.
A new play by James Aden.
Typically English Mr Smith is wearing English slippers, smoking an English pipe and reading an English newspaper.
Performed previously to North London audiences by writer Seth Jones, Polly tells the story of Benjamin, a down-on-his-luck toymaker who begins to love his favourite creation (Polly…
An audience with Hella Granger, a white soul diva. How a simple Brooklyn girl became a global superstar. Her life, her loves, sex, drugs and soul music.
The story of Fr Damien, leper priest and patron saint of outcasts.
A Trio of plays exploring ‘normality’.
A week of workshops for young creatives: Write and Draw Your Own Storybook 24th @ 10.
A short festival of four fantastic plays for young people performed by young actors over three nights.
Every song tells a story.
Peak into this perfect postcard of a play, following the McLeavy family deep in mourning.
It’s 1975 and Laurence Olivier begins the day in his New York hotel suite.
A punchy, pertinent and striking production, character led drama ‘Troublesome People’ examines the Second World War through the lens of Jewish Refugees and Conscientious Objectors …
His Majesty does not have syphilis.
‘Tell Me You Love Me’ explores what life with an alcoholic parent can be like through the eyes of Kath’s daughter, Sam.
Every other Saturday since his fifth birthday, Tom, the beautifully honest puppet, takes a trip to the Science Museum.
“I know it’s harsh but I can’t imagine her ever being cool or sexy or anything”.
Charm el Sheikh: Two women alone on holiday in an Egyptian resort find their worlds collide in the most unimaginable way.
What kind of society are we now living in? The Apprentice may be the ‘job interview from hell’ but the polite sadism of the nameless female functionary in ‘Contractions’ gives us t…
Mr Crackers the naughty professor is at it again.
A dark comedy about isolation and internal conflict.
Cassandra Bick is your average London girl who happens to run a dating agency for vampires, and suddenly finds herself getting an awful lot of attention when someone starts killing…
Seven people seeking happiness, most deluded and some heading for self destruction.
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