The story follows a young queer man as he writes a letter to his ex-boyfriend, desperately asking for another chance.
After a successful first run earlier this year, Noah McCreadies debut play “Getaway / Runaway” returns to the stage this July.
Do iPhones Dream of Electric Sheeple? is a darkly comic look at the threats posed by anticipated advances in Artificial Intelligence.
Desperate Times follows the life of an anonymous young queer man as he struggles to find his feet in his farming-focused hometown.
Brazen Hodgepodge is a brand spanking new sketch comedy show! A fast-paced hour of
original sketch comedy scenes and songs, performed by a cast of three outrageously talented id…
Brazen Hodgepodge: A Sketch Comedy Show
The Lion & Unicorn Theatre
Brazen Hodgepodge is a brand spanking new sketch comedy show! A fast-paced hour of original sketch comedy scene…
The Wyrd Sisters Theatre Company presents WYRD, a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth by George King.
In the space of a minute, a man waits for a response to his text from a female friend after having parted company at the end of a night out.
Letters To My Dead Mother is a one-woman, “autoﬁctional” show about grief.
A heteronormative upbringing fights homosexual desire on a battleground that moves from a playful and sometimes argumentative bedroom to the secluded cell of a conversion therapy u…
350 years ago, a legend was born in 17th century France.
Holly and Brooke are Hooked on each other.
Homobesity is the sometimes hilarious and sometimes sad story of Connor, who has spent forty years living in a world in conflict with his fat gay body.
Five friends head up Arthur’s Seat to inject some culture into their trip to Edinburgh with absolutely no prior research or appropriate footwear.
If schools want a ‘Keeping Yourself Safe’ presentation on incel culture, then they won’t have to look further than Sam Went’s Red Pill.
Two friends find themselves away on someone else’s holiday at the happiest place on earth: Orlando, Florida.
BANTER JAR is a one-woman play about growing up.
It’s 2029, the night before the General Election, and the tube has broken down.
Set against the backdrop of the criminalization of abortion that was a reality in Ireland just over two years ago, Exile examines the idea of home and identity and the choices one …
Juliet is about to kill herself.
The debut play from the Uncle Ian Theatre Company looks at a nation caught in the grip of austerity during 10 years of Conservative rule.
A two hander post- apocalyptic thriller by Noga Flaishon.
Brand new comic theatre show about bi-erasure and the true lived bisexual experience, Somewhere to Belong comes to North London this July
It’s the opening night for ‘Jim Clapp’s Magnum Opus’ and someone from Radio 4 is in.
When egocentric producer Harry Hepworth receives anonymous funding to revive his Soaparetta (musical soap operas) for the theatre he jumps at the chance.
Do you have what it takes to get your GAY-CARD? With better discounts than NUS it belongs in every Gucci handbag.
Packed with real stories, borrowed utensils, and secret ingredients, The Cardboard Kitchen Project explores cultural inheritance and what gets passed down through recipes and cultu…
Blue is a new abstract fairy tale for adults underlining why it’s important to reach out when you’re ‘not OK’.
An all-female ensemble comes together to tell through physical theatre and poetry the tales of struggle, survival, and the invisible damages of traditional feminine gender roles, p…
Blink is an unusual love story.
An unconventional love story set in Denmark during WWII.
Join GOLKK Theatre on their London debut! GOLKK are bringing their fusion of live photography and physical theatre, Peeking in the Portrait, to Camden Fringe this August! The …
Patrick Swain’s new play is a strange one in terms of genre.
What's your tipple? Pint of lager and a packet of cheese and onion crisps? How about an evening being transported to the White Oak pub where you will meet an eclectic mix of ch…
A contemporary ballet with original music, based on a modern adaptation of two beloved German stories: Faust and Little Red Riding Hood.
It was the tenth year of the siege of Troy, the year the soothsayers had predicted the city would fall.
Equality 7-2521 lives in a world where there is no such thing as the word ‘I’.
Four unique pieces of new writing by emerging writers interwoven to create a seamless performance.
Could the apps on your smartphone hold the key to everlasting happiness? From apocalypse style fitness apps to the digital world of pet therapy, join actor-comedian, Miztli Rose Ne…
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