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February

March

 
 

April

Lantern Arts Hub - Daytime Classes

A programme of daytime performing arts classes including Svreen Acting, Scene Studies and Age Positive Acting classes.

 
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The Burning of a Sicilian Whore

“The Burning of a Sicilian Whore” by Giulia Menichelli provides the recipe of how to kill a husband in 4 days.

 
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ACT Two Week Acting Workshop

Our Two Week Intensive Acting Workshop runs each month and is designed to introduce students to the basic principles and activities involved in an Actor Training.

 
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Women’s Writes

An evening of new work from triada and different theatre.

Cast & Directing by: Sam Chittenden and Fenia Gianni

 
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Punchline

It’s the end of the day and the end of an era. Comedian Terry has arrived at the club where once he was the headline act but now is reduced to introducing exotic dancers and bands.

Punchline stars Coronation Street legend Brian Capron

 
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May 

Brighton Fringe

 
 

Chopped Liver & Unions

The world is changed by the women you push too far. Meet Sara Wesker. She refused to be pushed and she changed her world.
 
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Plastic & Chicken Bones

Brave New World meets Black Mirror as a tiny margin of error causes a future time traveller to end up in the present day.

 
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Six Characters in Search of Pirandello

World premiere of a brand new play about Pirandello written by Tim Coakley and directed by Petina Hapgood.

 
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RANK.

This debut piece of dark comedy will take you on an unexpected journey. Think Waiting for Godot meets Fleabag.

Grania Dean Studio
 
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In an alternate universe, I don't want to live in the UK

I am from Hong Kong, but I live here now. For good.

 
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2 Queers in Tears?

This is not your regular love story. Billy: “We should write a play about this” Elliot: “God no babe, this is not for public view"

 
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The Trails of Magnus Coffinkey

A broken fairy tale for broken people from he team behind the 2022 Voice Mag BEST NEWCOMER AWARD at Brighton Fringe.

 
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The Waiting Room

Lemon is looking for Cactus, who left her, and is on the other side of the door. Can Lemon open it? A surreal, but funny play.

 
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Dinner! Darlings! Dinner!

A cocktail infused dinner party, full of music, gossip, comedy and despair. Expect A list celebrities and frolics

 
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That Witch Helen

A retelling of the Trojan War from the woman who gets blamed for it all - because let's face it, there's always a woman to blame!

 
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Karaoke at the S.U

Bad singing. Puppet sex. Existential dread. Relationships are hard, finding yourself is harder.

 
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Coffee After Therapy

An exciting new musical, by award-winning writer/composer Matthew Knowles, which explores the life of a recently-single woman.

 
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LOCUSTS by Ian Tucker-Bell & Garth McLean

Stephen and Jeff’s love is tested when they’re forced to confront a face from the past in this powerful, moving and humorous play.

 
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Geneva Convention

International theatre premiere. A ritual drama that flips between the sublime & the ridiculous, the tragic & the absurd.

 
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The South Of Somewhere Else

A comical mime duet exploring the cultural differences between two beach towns.

 
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June

 
 
 

Kitchen Underwear

How far can you push a sex metaphor, a romantic friendship, and questionable interior décor choices?

 
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Seldom Differ: Work in Progress

Northern sketch lads Seldom Differ introduce an array of thickos, idiots AND idiots in this hour of character sketch comedy.

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Chuck 'n' Jeck

Chuck 'n' Jeck are a sketch comedy duo made up of Charlie Lacy and Jess Render. Everyone is saying they are a triple threat - hot, funny and have tiny waists.

Grania Dean Studio
 
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The Olive Boy

Based on Ollie Maddigan’s real life story, “The Olive Boy" is a crude but compelling comedy that will leave audiences deciding whether to laugh or cry. Following its month-long SELL OUT run at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Olive Boy tours the UK this Spring. “Brilliant & thought provoking” *****

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