Burden of Proof

Burden of Proof

Detective Sergeant Dunderdale is on the brink of solving a bloody murder but is there enough evidence to convict Joseph Wade? Dunderdale is determined to secure a conviction by f… 

Transgression: Life in the Aftermath of the Eocene

Transgression: Life in the Aftermath of the Eocene

Does the name of the father matter on a birth certificate in a post-modern world where gender fluidity is the norm and relationships non-committal? Transgression is set in the Nine… 

Am I Irish Yet

Am I Irish Yet

From being the Bombing Irish of Mrs Thatcher’s era to a reviled Plastic Paddy back home in Ireland, bestselling author Kate Kerrigan hilariously reveals the tricks of how to fit … 

Am I Irish Yet

Am I Irish Yet

Described as a ‘one-woman show chronicling the life of Kate Kerrigan’ Am I Irish Yet? lays bare her problem as soon as she opens her mouth. 

The Lady with the Dog by Anton Chekhov

The Lady with the Dog by Anton Chekhov

AЯT Theatre presents Chekhov’s poetic tale in the form of a black and white film. 

This Bitter Earth

This Bitter Earth

Two main strands are interwoven in Harrison David Rivers’ This Bitter Earth, currently making its UK premiere at the White Bear Theatre, Kennington. 

I Found My Horn

I Found My Horn

A man is going through almost a lifetime’s accumulation of important junk in his attic. 

Fagin's Last Hour

Fagin's Last Hour

‘Oliver Twist’, Charles Dickens’ dark tale of crime and punishment, is stunningly re-imagined in this award-winning stage adaptation, recognised by The Queen for its part in Dicken… 

The Masks of Aphra Behn

The Masks of Aphra Behn

  • Listing
  • Theatre
  • London Fringe
  • Multiple Venues
  • 29th Nov 2022 - 22nd Feb 2023

It’s 1677 and an audience getting ready to watch Aphra Behn’s The Rover are in for a surprise. 

The Key

The Key

A touching family drama and hysterical comedy by Andras Forgach, author of international bestseller The Acts of My Mother. 

Candlesticks

Candlesticks

Two households have been neighbours for years; the mothers, lifelong friends with frequently sparky disagreements; their children, childhood sweethearts. 

Us

Us

This tragicomedy, explores both the last half hour and the first half hour of a relationship, interrogating love; where it starts, where it ends and why it didn’t last. 

Blue

Blue

BLUE is about the quest for spiritual meaning in our modern secular and cynical age. 

BLAH

BLAH

Harry is a career villain. 

Tittitutar Town

Tittitutar Town

Tittitutar Town is a brand new play, straight out of the mind of Manchester-born-and-bred multi-award-winning comedienne Sonja Doubleday (Cheekykita). 

The Dwarfs

The Dwarfs

The Dwarfs is a semi-autobiographical work and Harold Pinter's only novel. 

Brilliant Traces

Brilliant Traces

Deep in the Alaskan wilderness, a runaway bride finds shelter from a blizzard in a cabin occupied by a hermit. 

Shades of Pemberley

Shades of Pemberley

Blanche, aged 13, travels from a village in Cameroon to the streets of Paris where she develops an obsession with “Jane Austen”. 

The Collective Collected: Week 3

The Collective Collected: Week 3

A showcase of 12 new plays by 11 writers on 10 themes by members of the ‘10 Minutes a Month Playwriting Collective’. 

Anton Chekhov's Vaudevilles

Anton Chekhov's Vaudevilles

After 14 acclaimed productions and 8 Offie nominations, Mercurius revives the hilarious Anton Chekhov’s Vaudevilles. 

When Sarah Arrives

When Sarah Arrives

“It’s what we do. 

Homecoming: A New Theatre Festival

Homecoming: A New Theatre Festival

Award-winning genre explorers Encompass Productions return to the White Bear Theatre with Homecoming: A New Theatre Festival. 

SHORTS: A Festival of New Writing

SHORTS: A Festival of New Writing

Welcome to the first season of Make It Beautiful Theatre Company’s festival of new-writing: SHORTS. 

Lone Star Diner

Lone Star Diner

On an empty stretch of road in Texas sits the Lone Star Diner, where people end up when they’re lost or unlucky. 

Villain in Tinseltown

Villain in Tinseltown

Jonathan Hansler presents a solo work about Oscar-winning villain, George Sanders in an adaptation of his biography Memoirs Of A Professional Cad by David Harrold. 

The Dream Machine

The Dream Machine

The Dream Machine: ‘Making your dreams come true’.