Yellow

Yellow

Yellow, written by Conky Campfner, is a modern adaptation of a Victorian short story The Yellow Newspaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. 

Landscape (1989)

Landscape (1989)

With its eclectic composition of scenes, monologues, choreography and voice-over, Landscape (1989) is a genuinely intriguing production full of interesting elements – although th… 

Progress

Progress

There is something deeply human and inherently charming about imperfect dance. 

Anything With a Pulse

Anything With a Pulse

Anything With A Pulse begins with boy meets girl in a nightclub. 

I'm Still Here

I'm Still Here

I’m Still Here is a triple bill of new dance works from female choreographers, featuring two solos and a duet curated and created by GBworks – an international movement collective established by Gianna Burright and Gwynne Bilski with an ethos of supporting female, female-identifying, and non-binary emerging artists… 

Doubt

Doubt

Doubt introduces us to two young journalists, Holly and Nathan, who are trying to do meaningful work in a business that increasingly values speed and clickbait over well researched… 

Shadows

Shadows

This thought provoking production by Want the Moon Theatre is a compelling exploration of connectedness – to ourselves, to those around us, and to reality. 

Smoke

Smoke

What happens when you’re at a private fetish party, and you bump into the daughter of your boss? Such is the premise of Kim Davies’ Smoke. 

Nights at the Circus

Nights at the Circus

In a circus after the lights have been turned off, four characters emerge in the darkness slowly revealing their desires, hunger and inner conflicts. Part mythical, part real, they define their own sense of sexuality and identity… 

Wait, What?

Wait, What?

Two front gardens, two women with the wit to talk for Ireland, a washing line and a brick wall. Wait, What? is a compelling, contemporary two-woman show observing ideas of sharing and claiming space. 

Sound Cistem

Sound Cistem

Two transgender performers say ‘up yours!’ to the gender binary and invite you to their radical dance party! Under disco lights, over pulsing music, a queer celebration takes place… 

Unicorn Party

Unicorn Party

Unicorns, have you noticed they’re everywhere right now? As is the far right. This hilarious, rollicking, razor-sharp show asks what the simultaneous rise of these phenomenons tells us… 

Red Herring

Red Herring

On top of their biggest haul, friendly fishermen Deddy and Winchem discover the cursed Red Herring. Local legend decrees: the catch goes back to the sea, or the sea wreaks revenge on the starving village of Little Meanswell… 

Chameleon

Chameleon

This fiercely feminist solo show from actor and clown Britt Plummer is a charming blend of satire, physical comedy and storytelling. 

The Sensemaker

The Sensemaker

Hilarious yet uncomfortable, The Sensemaker shows a woman battling with an answering machine. Smartly dressed, standing behind a phone, she tries to meet the impossible expectations of an artificial voice… 

If Mouth Could Speak

If Mouth Could Speak

Accompanied by a searing musical score of deep electronica and jazz, If Mouth Could Speak is a poetic monologue slicing laser-deep into the brain of a young immigrant troubled by suicide… 

Honey

Honey

Honey, a freelance journalist and single mother of four (and a half) seeks control, agency, confirmation and solvency from her rebellious daughter, disappointed mother, skeptical friends and imperfect men… 

The Beautiful Game

The Beautiful Game

Some love it, others loathe it, but we can’t avoid it – it’s everywhere! A laugh-out-loud look at our undying obsession with football, celebrating everything from weird match day rituals to ridiculous armchair punditry… 

The Ship Sank. Where on Deck, Did My Captain Lie?

The Ship Sank. Where on Deck, Did My Captain Lie?

Based on a true story… A mother who is continuously compelled to rebuild her life based on lies. A daughter who is trying to understand the mother’s motives. A life where dishonesty and ambiguity are rooted in the everyday… 

Chagos 1971

Chagos 1971

This is a bizarre, unbelievable, but true story – and a darkly hilarious play. 

The Rise and Fall of Patti Superb

The Rise and Fall of Patti Superb

The Rise and Fall of Patti Superb. She’s a true wild; a fool perhaps. Bare feet to earth, yet airborne, pulling language from the trees and reminding adults of things they ought to know… 

Psycho Drama Queen

Psycho Drama Queen

When he is attacked on the street, drag performer Anthony, aka Theresa Mayhem, has a choice to make; does he repress the trauma and become a reality TV star? Or listen to his best friend Lucy and get the help he needs? 

Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow

Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow

In the late 1800s, against a period of social and economic inequality, novelists wrote books about utopian societies where our lives are radically different. Today, against a period of social and economic inequality, we are going to try to do the same thing… 

LARP

LARP

LARP by Berri George (2018 Channel 4 Playwright Award, BBC Hotlist). Lucy Salmon, an introverted lover of mythology, has 10 days to prepare for her first live action role play event… 

Forbruker

Forbruker

Forbruker: a one-woman advert break. ‘I think it’s a fact that, within consumer culture, the woman as an image is used as the interface between the consumed object and the consumer… 

A Short Cut to Happiness

A Short Cut to Happiness

A razor sharp and surreal exploration of mental health and modernity, through the fractured lens of a manic motivational speaker. 

Butterflies

Butterflies

Three girls. Three bedrooms. Three phones. An endless stream of notifications. Witty and honest, Butterflies navigates a world of revenge porn, Tinder bios and Wagon Wheels. Told in three hilarious and intricately interwoven monologues, this striking debut is an intimate portrait of womanhood today. 

Shower Scene

Shower Scene

Sex work, madness and climate change. A dark comedy. Physical theatre, storytelling and jet black humour, told by an anarchic indomitable heroine. ‘Mantripp knows how to balance, and she does so skillfully on many levels’ **** (Fest, 2017)… 

Serenity

Serenity

A beautifully devised piece written by Sue Dunk. The women in this story perform a deeply moving and emotional piece with moments of laughter, fear and clever physicality. The exploration of an addiction is an important and poignant subject in British theatre and must keep being told… 

There's Something Missing

There's Something Missing

There’s Something Missing, is a two-person physical (and sometimes funny) contemporary piece of confessional theatre that discusses identity. Through the use of absurdism and autobiographical experience, the show explores our current relevance and asks, are we playing at being gods? What have we got left to offer? Is it time for us to sit down and shut up? 

I Can Make You Fail Slightly Less

I Can Make You Fail Slightly Less

Are you aware of the devastation that is possible by just one negative thought…? Do you know what will help you more: the wise words of Buddha or the fetish uniform of superhero He-Man… 

Static

Static

Static is a hybrid theater and live concert production that tells the story of a son using music as a means to cope with losing his father to dementia. Static is a multifaceted production that utilizes projections, live music, and a simplistic approach to story telling that delivers an emotional, moving performance that is sure to leave you heartened and shaken. 

If This Is Normal

If This Is Normal

‘You’re trying to make this black and white. It’s not.’ ‘Yeah, it’s not – because he’s your brother.’ Siblings Madani and Maryam – and their best friend Alex – have grown up bombarded by podcasts, porn and politics…