An outré Classic of 21st century British musical theatre.
Stephen Jones, the self-proclaimed rugby prodigy of the small Welsh village Aberfan, has just made the kick of his life.
Wet Feet is a new comedy drama that follows the unlikely events that unfold when two strangers meet at the local gay sauna.
A group of friends meet in a forest for a hunt. What they find excites and terrified them. Secrets are learnt, the value of life is questioned, and the hunt turns on its head.
The award winning musical returns in a dazzling new production.
This show deserves as many points as its title says.
Directed by Leo Burke
Written and performed by Keir Buist
From the team behind Corner Shop Sweets and Wee Rosie, Three Dot Theatre are delighted to present another original pla…
Have you ever had your heart broken? Have you ever regretted last night? Have you ever passed your lover’s husband in the street? Well, grab a glass (or a bottle) as Arran Bell t…
AIM Theatre is really going to be producing the fantastic new play Roast Me by Tom Holt.
This immersive dark comedy tells the story of Hibernian FC’s heroic victory in the Scottish Cup Final after a 114-year wait.
Glenn Richards was lucky, he lived his boyhood dream, the chance to pull on the shirt of his beloved Rovers - but at what cost? Paul Bridger’s new play, Idolatry, reveals the sch…
Two people on the stage.
A unique chance to see an authentic Chekhovproduction – in English.
After sitting through two acts of around fifty-five minutes each at the Union Theatre, quite why David Lindsey-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, five To…
Two stunningly energetic performances keep Owen McCafferty’s Mojo Mickyboy, courtesy of Bruiser Theatre Company, rolling along at a cracking pace that provides an hour of action-…
Rosie is a young woman with an incredible story to tell.
Set against the backdrop of a Woodstock-vibe music festival in the height of the Summer of Love, Tomorrow May Be My Last marks a key moment in Janis Joplin’s all too brief existe…
Tom Brown’s School Days by Thomas Hughes is the Phil Willmott’s Company’s new musical adaptation, for all ages, that sets the timeless classic of public school l…
Celebrating the words and music of Jerry Herman
Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens is a deeply moving tribute to those who have died from AIDS and the loved ones they left behind.
A rollicking romp around the stalls of Romford fills the Union Theatre, Southwark, in a joyous revival of David Eldridge’s Market Boy.
The need for ‘a willing suspension of disbelief’ traditionally associated with an appreciation of Shakespeare’s Othello reaches a new level necessity in director Phil Willmot…
Set in 1890s France during the Golden Age period, CAN-CAN! is a fun and frivolous new dance musical adapted from Offenbach’s original operetta Orpheus in the Underworld and featu…
‘Enemies of the People’ is a welcome and observant theme for a theatre programme as we enter another year of post-truth politics, domestic division, and the third year in the r…
Brass, Benjamin Till’s winner of the ‘Best Musical’ in the 2014 UK Theatre Awards, fills the stage at the Union Theatre, Southwark, in its professional London première.
An all-new, all-female production of Shakespeare’s war play, King Henry V follows Henry and her band of brothers as they face the challenges of life on the front line, exploring …
Follow Phileas Fogg and his adorable madcap valet, Passepartout, as they race against time to circumnavigate the world in just 80 days.
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