An unnamed man realises that he is part of the third gender and escapes to live on the planet Uranus, the only place that he can find happiness.
Luke Oldfield’s Accidental Birth of an Anarchist at The Space on the Isle of Dogs tells of two novice activists from The People’s Movement to Protect the Planet who get jobs on…
What happens when you introduce experts at the forefront of the sustainability debate and today’s most exciting theatre makers? Rising Tides create four exciting partnerships and…
An anarchist – activist or terrorist?
A darkly funny play by Luke Ofield.
Concerned about his young daughter’s future, filmmaker Damon Gameau travels the world in search of new approaches and solutions to climate change.
The largest creative response to the climate and ecological emergency the world has yet seen, Letters to the Earth is the first book to chronicle how humankind is collectively proc…
Moi’s brother Jo is dead and it’s probably all Moi’s fault.
Moi’s brother Jo is dead and they think it’s all their fault.
Cascade down a meta horror hole as you invite yourself into an abandoned immersive show that is begging to be stopped. You should question every fringe of reality.
Tales of the Crypt Cabaret is a fusion of burlesque, puppetry and art performance.
Nightmares is a horror musical that tells the story of a man, plagued with nightmares and visions who wakes up with no memory of who he is or what he has done…And what is going o…
Tales of the Crypt cabaret is fusion of burlesque, puppetry and art performance, packed into a hour of full on entertainment for your darkest delights…
Henry Irving is dead.
At the centre of a forest, in a bitingly cold winter, three young people make a horror film.
The life and death of Henry Irving, the haunted man who inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula, as told by award-winning actor James Swanton (Host).
In a forest, in the dead of winter, three people make a horror film. As the temperature drops and the light dies, old hates and fears are uncovered – and ignited.
A marathon of gothic horror masterpieces. One actor performs Edgar Allan Poe’s most spine-chilling classics
Renowned as the ‘Godfather of Gothic Horror’, Poe was a pioneer in establishing the horror genre.
Welcome to “Autumn Rose Garden” – student’s talent showcase of Cairo Rose belly dance studio at The Space theatre in London.
This is the online livestreamed event.
This beautiful magical and majestic story told by 4 storytellers ensemble style.
The price a mother pays when she makes a deal with the mystical energies of mother earth Ani and magical powers of rivergeniOshimiri, to keep her spirit child alive.
Live music makes its first steps back to the Space Theatre!
Three solo artists share their unique perspective and take on guitar-based rock music, from grungy existentialism to …
If you can’t trust your memory what can you trust?
Martin has a problem, he can’t make new memories.
What’s scarier than a slice of gothic horror? Four slices, that’s what.
The Space on the Isle of Dogs continues its practice of supporting new talent with Helium, an original work by Grumble Pup Theatre, a fledgling company founded in the Black Country…
Amy cannot socialise with the other mums after the school run because she is needed in the office.
What if the last time you dated, you were doused in Impulse Body Spray and The Spice Girls were at number one? Finding a phwoar-some trouser-shape to replace her ex-husband won’t…
“Donor Conceived Person? Honestly I think I prefer Test Tube Baby”
Alice has always been told she was special, but as she reaches adolescence she can’t help but think it’…
The piece is centred around four women, who are seemingly trapped on a raft in the middle of the ocean, hunted by a mystical sea-monster.
Chris, Lucy, Hervey and Mandy are stuck in a waiting room.
The notion of a man becoming particularly attached to a handsome black cat may initially feel a familiar experience, especially as around 3.
Tickets must be booked no later than 1 hour before the start.
Caerleon, a small harbour town in the south of Wales, feels very far indeed from the epicentre of the vast, sprawling Roman Empire.
This Showcase is the culmination of the first International 10-Minute Play Competition organised by the Soldiers’ Arts Academy which attracted submissions from across the UK, Eur…
All ticket bookers will have access to the performance ‘on demand’ for a period after the premiere.
Associate company of the Space theatre, The UnDisposables, are back with yet another jam packed night of exciting and thought provoking new writing.
Sit down for a game of Mahjong with one of the most feared and powerful women of all time, Ching Shih.
You are on an island.
Oh no! There’s something wrong with Santa.
‘Myles and Me’ explores how a person deals with being diagnosed with a lifelong, currently incurable medical condition, and the importance of living with rather than suffering …
Tickets must be purchased in advance
How does Cher remain so ageless and incredible? What wisdom can she bestow that will help us survive the next seven decades? The masterminds…
Your world and your climate are struggling under the weight of humanity, but your leader is a tyrant, blind to the forces of nature working against him.
She engulfs him.
Lizzy & Beth have been friends for as long as anyone can remember.
The night before going into battle the Prince of Homburg goes sleepwalking: dreaming of love, ambition and victory.
There is a limit to how much you can love your child.
In the border area, in the middle of the night, Rehana, missing her daughter, sung a haunting lullaby.
This show was cancelled.
Join Anna and four madcap characters, old and new, each on a heroic quest to find happiness; an overly competitive vicar, a social media influencer, a mischievous granny and a retr…
Gasping is Elton’s first play and was written in the late eighties as a satire on bottled water.
Between Two Waves was premiered at Griffin Theatre Company in Sydney seven
Luke Warm is inviting you into his dressing room of Drag King dreams. Bring rolled up socks, eyeliner and prepare for a one man show that’s a masterclass in ‘smoulder’.
A live radio play within a play! Based on W.
In a world obsessed with looks, money and ‘good’ TV, Julia battles for her voice to be heard.
After the appearance of a mysterious flashing red light two clowns decide that an audience awaits them.
In chic Saint-Tropez, a failed cat burglar and a gentle gigolo form an unlikely pair and take aim at the top of St-Trop! Their plan? To pull off the biggest jewel heist in history.
Nathan and Ida Hardwerker leave the old country to build a better life for themselves in the New World: With nothing but a will to succeed and a secret recipe for sauce, they disco…
From conception right through to school, *deep breaths*… teenagers, empty nest and grandparenting this comedy musical will take you a journey through the highs and lows of parent…
Ever since Katie was cast as the lead in her primary school Christmas show “Santa’s Snow Mobile” she believed there was a place for her in show business.
Three stories of online escapism and revolt interweave in this new show from Elegy Theatre.
What does love mean to you?
Not sure? Too afraid to ask? Well don’t worry – Lovers Anonymous is here to help.
1940s Britain – a 19-year-old Northern lass takes to the air in a fighter plane, armed with only a compass.
It’s about Medea, the woman who killed her children.
The current offering at The Space’s Foreword Festival, which champions new and upcoming playwrights, is Sink, by Tobias Graham.
Beth and Danny were soulmates, then they got lost wanting other things.
There’s a shrine outside Anna’s door.
The Space is currently running its Foreword Festival, a wonderful scheme giving playwrights the chance to submit early drafts of scripts.
When it’s reported in the press that the Gibson family have been embroiled in a gruesome neighbourhood murder, their lives are thrown into turmoil.
12-year-old Annie has hit the big time – but she’s no idea how hard it is going to be.
One night workaholic Kate is “gifted” a blow-up-boyfriend by her colleagues and decides to keep it in an act of defiance.
After not speaking for 20 years, Heather and Carla meet at a café to reminisce about their not-so-perfect past.
After not speaking for 20 years, Heather and Carla meet at a café.
It’s not just a dead body that can be the subject of a post mortem.
The tragedy of World War II is remembered in many ways, but The Conductor, at The Space, takes a highly focussed look at just one small event in Russia’s window on the west in 19…
In 1941, troops surrounded the city of Leningrad, in what would come to be known as the Leningrad Blockade, a siege of more than 2 years, and one that would claim the lives of more…
Five women go camping in a remote mountain range.
After a number sell-out shows of a 5-Star A Womb of One’s Own Wonderbox brings you three plays in one new show.
One show, three comedy tales of women facing the world.
The air hums with static. A black car idles across the street. Paul McCartney has been dead for 51 years.
A show about looking for meaning, and watching for signs.
Helene and Gordon are stuck.
Helene and Gordon are stuck in South Africa and in their same rut.
Proforça Theatre Company presents the next generation of “Feel More”, Seven more stories from the universe of our main production of "Feel" returning in Spring 2019.
Jamie and Naomi collide on a weekend that will cause them to question everything they ever thought they knew about themselves.
Upon collecting my tickets for The Dip I was also given a pair of earplugs.
Babygirl is eighteen, a student, and has just discovered SEX – in spite of her strict Catholic upbringing by two crotchety old women.
The autumn/winter season at the Space on the Isle of Dogs got off to a punchy start this week with Little Fools.
Five glorious days of Sci-Fi, Theatre and Talks with science fiction experts featuring ReGen, Horatio Productions’ newest show.
A new comedy musical about grabbing pussy.
Sigmund is drowning in debt, crippled by cocaine addiction and surrounded by madness.
Amo Theatre presents a southern speakeasy setting for Moliere’s classic comedy, directed by Chris Lawson.
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