Two Halves of Guinness

Two Halves of Guinness by Mark Burgess. Two Halves of Guinness takes an entertaining & insightful tour of the life and times of Sir Alec Guinness, from his first meeting with Sir John Gielgud to far away galaxies in Star Wars and back again. The play begins in the late 1970’s as Star Wars is […]

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Forgotten Voices

Forgotten Voices by Malcolm McKay Five ordinary people recount their experiences of WW1 in this unforgettable drama. Life and death are neighbours amidst mud, fear and carnage at the front. Based on the testimony of those affected their words resonate down the years. “almost unbearably moving piece of verbatim theatre” EVENING STANDARD Performed by: Nigel […]

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Damien

Damien by Aldyth Morris The story of Father Damien de Veuster, the leper priest of Molokai and patron saint of outcasts. In this passionate, one man show, actor Daniel Finlay channels the powerful stories of the challenges that Damien experienced while serving the community of exiled lepers on a remote Hawaiian island in the 1870’s […]

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Macbeth: The Musical

Is this a real knife? Is this just fantasy?” Enjoy Shakespeare’s spooky tragedy like never before, as six actors deploy wittily rewritten pop classics, uproariously silly comedy, and an array of highly questionable props to recount the rise and fall of Scotland’s most murdery king! Expect queens and witches, Queen and B*Witched, ABBA, stabbers, and […]

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A Bit Of A Carry On

‘Darling Buds of May’ actor Tyler Butterworth tells the funny, moving and unashamedly nostalgic story of his much-loved parents, the nation’s first female TV impressionist Janet Brown, and the inimitable ‘Carry On’ star Peter Butterworth. From heroic wartime escapades at POW camp Stalag Luft III to a night at Chequers with Mrs Thatcher, ‘A Bit […]

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Bad Clowns: Invasion

Bad Clowns: Invasion            by Bad Clowns Comedy For many years the Bureau for Alien Defence has kept the world safe from extra-terrestrial threats. Now a mind-controlling alien has infiltrated Earth. And worst of all, it’s taken over one of the audience members. Can our intrepid special agents locate and neutralise […]

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Labyrinth

Labyrinth by  LLL Productions “Today I killed a man.” These first words plunge us into a narrative that hovers ambiguously between murder and vivid fantasy as it depicts a woman on the edge, desperate to break free of the entanglements of a love affair that’s turned toxic. Has she actually killed her lover? Is this […]

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