When two 9-year-old boys kiss in the school playground of a small town, two sets of parents are told to ‘do something about it’ – but neither of them is entirely sure what.
Extended run at Summerhall, Fringe 22, and shortlisted for Adrian Pagan Playwriting Award and BBC Writersroom.
Hangxiety, The Fear, Sunday Scaries – all the while handling the patriarchal pressures of being 30 and single.
Have you had the experience of sitting through a play and thinking, “If I’d known that was how it was going to end I’d have paid far more attention to all the details in the …
The Queens of Cups draw upon their years teaching, in OffFest nominee Bad Teacher.
“All it takes is one experiment to turn
the universe on its head.
I Can’t Hear You by Natasha Brotherdale Smith is a queer, female led two hander.
Set in an unspecified time and without a location, No Particular Order resonates across the ages, through civilisations and empires, dictatorships and democracies and more, vividly…
Simple acts can often have huge repercussions.
‘I’m not expecting anything.
A new play which examines the subject of domestic abuse in male gay relationship - where there is an age gap between the two characters; and the social, emotional and psychological…
Fragments of a Complicated Mind is the first of any works I have come across by multidisciplinary artist Damilola DK Fashola, exploring the many facets of blackness and how it is p…
Walk Swiftly And With Purpose is a coming-of-age narrative, which calmly sets ablaze the Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, History Boys, and Dead Poets’ Society and, with a short sharp …
There’s only one thing you need to know about newlyweds Tom and Sarah: They are definitely not “squirrel people.
After a sell-out show at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, performances in York and The Menier Gallery (London Bridge) Tracing Grace arrives at Theatre 503.
It’s 2003 and Joe’s returned from Iraq.
The title does not playfully refer to the role of women in
theatre as available at The Globe with Nell Gwynn at the moment.
Border Control is a politically charged, post-truth love story that fuses multimedia and text to tackle current political issues in a post-Brexit UK.
After a sell out show at Theatre503 in November of 2016, Foreign Goods returns with ‘Visions of England’ in April 2017 featuring fully-formed short plays by Chinese, South East…
Sleeping Trees recreate every character you’d expect to meet in a pantomime, as well as some you might not - from Scrooge, Snow White, the Wizard of Oz, Mary Poppins, the seven d…
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