1981, South London.
Ava is a twenty-something Londoner.
Frantic Assembly are celebrating their 25th Anniversary with a brand new production, I THINK WE ARE ALONE by Sally Abbott, co-directed by Kathy Burke and Scott Graham.
An outrageously quirky comedy about imperialism, cultural appropriation and tea drinking.
In 1981 at Kibeho College in Rwanda, a young girl claimed to have seen a vision of the Virgin Mary who warned her of the unimaginable: Rwanda becoming hell on earth.
God is angry, and a flood is coming.
1980’s Pittsburgh, a city in decay.
An English Touring Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East co-production.
Stretch, squat, lunge, kick, the girls are warming up, a pack of teenage warriors ready for battle and out to score some goals.
Village life for Jyoti is simple: the people work hard, sing and live off the earth.
Most stand-up comedy these days is based on the lives of the people standing behind the microphone, albeit reshaped to varying degrees to ensure their material matches the “rule …
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