ONCE

ONCE

“It’s only people up there with guitars and other instruments telling and singing their way through an everyday love story.” Playwright Enda Walsh’s understated summation of Once perfectly captures the charming simplicity and honesty of this unpretentious musical at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch… 

SKIN

SKIN

  • Listing
  • Dance Physical Theatre and Circus
  • UK Regional & Tours
  • Multiple Venues
  • 21st Sep - 26th Oct 2018

After their sell-out international hit Smother, award winning 201 Dance Company are back on tour with SKIN. Described by The Guardian as “taking hip-hop into thrillingly new terrain”, 201 explores a powerful story of gender transition through urban dance… 

Abi

Abi

Despite its title, we know very little of what actually happened at Abigail’s party. In real life, if it had turned into a crime scene, detectives would no doubt have had questions for Laurence and Tony, who both left their own party to check up on what was going on in their neighbour’s house... 

Abigail's Party

Abigail's Party

It’s a mark of how well a play is rooted in a particular era that the mere mention of Estée Lauder’s Youth Dew perfume can send ripples of mirth throughout the auditorium to an elderly generation that knowingly nudged each other and in many cases passed comment... 

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

This uplifting and heart-warming tale by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott has it all – outrageous costumes, flamboyant choreography and plenty of sass. It’s jam-packed with 70s, 80s and 90s dance floor favourites including I Will Survive, Hot Stuff, I Say A Little Prayer and Finally. 

A Spoonful Of Sherman

A Spoonful Of Sherman

There’s a light bulb moment in A Spoonful Of Sherman when you realise its magic lies not within its high production values, exquisite lighting, fantastic set, immaculate choreography or supremely talented cast, but with the memories these songs ignite...