A new show about dating, destiny and finding Jesus in your bedroom. Combining anecdotes from Mary’s love life with verbatim text from Julian of Norwich, MAGDALENE asks: how and where do we find real connection?
What do you do when you are suddenly accused of an unknown crime? K discovers this the hard way in a shocking and mysterious adventure.
In the tenacious shadow of apartheid, the possibility of change in South Africa remains suffocated by corruption, which is facilitated by an insidious network of red tape and inefficiency.
Here’s What She Said to Me combines drama with music, poetry and movement to tell a moving story of daughters and mothers in the world of migrations and shifting identities.
Rainer is the story of a solitary delivery rider and her mental collapse, as she moves from leafy suburbs to luxury flats, invisible to those around her.
A poetic, dizzying journey through the dissociated mind of one woman our society left behind – a true story of homelessness and mental health hospitalisation told with devastating authenticity, disarming humour and, ultimately, hope.
A cycle of ten different real stories transformed into monologues. 10 brave wonderful people of London are having their stories told. Many for the first time.
I’m 10 years old. I’m on stage and I know this isn’t my story. This was the story of England and Prince Hal. Now this is the story of me.
Phil sadly is in love with himself. And he’s a show off. He’s crafted a personality disorder into a trade. A career. Phil’s reluctant about his comeback gig. Josh dreams of the celeb status that has passed his father by. Above a pub in North London, Phil waits to go on stage. As he laments …
Adventure through a city transformed by young Taaliyah’s vibrant imagination. Featuring puppetry, poetry and physical theatre, The Fourteenth Stop is an uplifting interactive experience for all the family.
Remain seated, listen carefully, it may save your life. Your tolerance of the tragic hilarity of power will be tested, so will your thoughts and feelings about governments and fake truths about our collective existence.
The ONCOMM Nominated Women’s Writes Fest returns this time with three brand new short plays written by womxn playwrights. Join us for an empowering night of female-driven theatre.
Found in Translation is a stand-up comedy night featuring comedians who are d/Deaf, hard of hearing or use BSL to communicate, with a focus on encouraging audience members with similar conditions to attend.
The world looks different to Maddie, as she navigates the streets and stations that are her temporary homes. Being autistic helps her see light in the darkness. Lucky for Maddie.
A dive into the depths of what happens when you lose part of yourself, Whole is a raw, tender, messy love story, a wound splashed in whiskey and haunted by ghosts.
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