Ovation’s festive season show is a brand new sixties jukebox musical.
Loosely based on Alexandre Dumas’ The Black Tulip, two rival English plant scientists battle with botany in a Lincolnshire greenhouse an attempt to create a black tulip.
Somebody’s Daughter is a one woman show based on Zara Phillip’s book of the same title.
‘100% my type on paper.
Ovation presents a brand new revival of A Drop of Fred - this time, with the lead from Billy Elliot.
Ethan is a gay American Jew who moved to London to do a master’s degree in theatre.
VILLAGE WOOING- A Comedietta for Two Voices- is an anti-romantic, battle of the sexes, comedy by Bernard Shaw.
Based on a true story, a monologue that explores growing up gay in the 1960’s a time when it was illegal.
A fast-moving and entertaining play which brings alive the vigour of life at school.
WORSHIPPED OPERA SINGER.
It’s November 2019 and Adela, a young Spanish woman, has decided to move to London to progress her career.
Growth of the Silk is the feted fable of a woman’s misguided wish to escape crushing pressure to fit into the social structure of her world.
The Marquise de Merteiul is a woman scorned.
What do young adults do on a Saturday night? They go to a house party, get drunk and maybe make some questionable decisions.
We’ll Meet Again - A World War II Revue.
Améliore: A New Musical is a tale for the modern age, inverting traditional Broadway stereotypes and prioritising the Black, queer, female voice.
The natives of Tiny Island are restless.
On February 9th 1964 four young men were on their way to perform their first major concert as ‘Forever Plaid’.
It’s elementary! Sherlock as you’ve never seen her before.
Darwen is probably not the most well-known town in England, but it holds a very special place in the history of football.
Perhaps as a five-part radio serial Prairie Flower might provide some particular interest to crime enthusiasts, but as a two-hour monologue in the Upstairs at the Gatehouse, even w…
Written by actor Christopher Saul, (currently Pompey in IMPERIUM at The Gielgud Theatre), based this play on recordings he made of his Grandmother, Flo, in 1969.
Its 1969 and Flo looks back on her life in London from the Boer War to the Summer of Love.
Old bones ache before a storm.
Jude is desperate for a child, Terry is lost and looking for company.
This all singing, all dancing energetic new musical revue will take you on an exciting journey down the ‘Great White Way’! Featuring some of the greatest melodies and lyrics wr…
Anton does his best but it’s a heartless,
tough old world out there – what with the Nazis, internment, a loveless marriage and a son he can’t communicate with.
The Zebraphiles: A fun and weird sketch society created by the medical students at Barts and the London.
Dystopian Owls present a play that combines comedy, farce and satire in a contemporary, austerity setting.
From the comedic mind of Barry Fyfield (who used to work in Further Education) comes “At the heart of everything” A new satirical comedy, that lifts the lid on dark possibilities o…
A new dark, comedy farce set in a dingy, small-town hair dressing salon; called Dead Ends Beauty Boutique.
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