Laugh and cry as Joann Condon (Little Britain) presents Little Boxes. "My new one woman show lifts the lid on all the little boxes that are created for us."
Jack's on their bike. Pedalling fast. It's the hottest summer ever and Jack's ditched their girlfriend to join Extinction Rebellion protests. Have they made the wrong choice?
Remember your first time? Nathaniel can’t forget his. Critically acclaimed HIV+ theatre-maker Nathaniel Hall presents this ‘hilarious’ and ‘heart breaking’ solo show about growing up positive in a negative world.
Ruby Wednesday hosts a magical night of circus, music and improvisation. Live audience tarot readings guide our performers in this unpredictable tale, where all is possible, and everything is unexpected.
Santi & Naz are best friends. When the partition of India threatens to separate them forever, they take drastic action. New play from the award-winning makers of LADYKILLER & COCONUT.
Simon David’s dad just died. Can he still justify his outrageous, camp cabaret? ★★★★ ‘Hilarious!’ (BritishTheatre) ★★★★ ‘A true queen!’ (BroadwayBaby) ★★★★ ‘A star in the making!’ (WeeReview)
A tender, furious and fragile reimagining of Moby Dick from Fringe First winning writer Casey Jay Andrews. A suburban fable of bad luck, reckless choices and irrational hope. ★★★★★ WithinHerWords
Are you an overthinker? Then this might be the show for you. Award-winning comedian Simon Caine's 5 star 4th solo show.
Stand-up comedy from Tamar Broadbent (BBC Radio 4, Comedy Central, Boom Chicago), about expat life in Amsterdam, Pomeranians vs Great Danes and fighting ghosts with a new boyfriend. ★★★★★ EdFestMag
Think you know history? Think again! The power behind the power behind the throne have opened their books for the first time in a century. Enlist NOW!
Meet Frankie Foxstone, prize-winning property developer. Taking you on a whirlwind tour of her plans for Waterloo, this is interactive satire for our insatiable era. “Thrillingly subversive” **** THE SCOTSMAN
One woman’s first-hand account of brutality at the height of the slave trade. Mary Prince's true story told through traditional African Griot storytelling fusing theatre, song, poetry, drumming and dance.