cancel the sunshine

writer: CHANTELLE DUSETTE / director: SCOTT LE CRASS
15 Mar - 9 Apr 2016 EXTRA WEEK ADDED!
7.45pm
£14/12
Tues to Sat

“Monday morning.  I survived the weekend.”
A woman is gripped inside a vortex of multicolour-layered states of mind.  Hers.
Honest, raw, and with sharply observed humour, this is an account of a woman’s struggle with her painful past, inadequate present, and her unquenched desire to find happiness whilst living with a mental illness.
Set against the backdrop of her bedroom, the vibrant, fast paced, seemingly unforgiving, and constantly evolving city of London also inhabits the space and comes to life in this piece of immersive storytelling.

 

flycatcher

7 Nov - 2 Dec

“Needy.  Spiteful.  Ruthless.  And these are a few of her good points.”

Flycatcher is a darkly comic thriller, which follows a web-woven world, where no one is seen for who they really are:

a curmudgeon’s guide to christmas round robin letters

5 - 23 Dec

A Curmudgeon’s Guide to Christmas Round Robin Letters is adapted by Scott Le Crass from the book The Cat That Could Open The Fridge by Simon Hoggart.  It’s a warm, witty and sometimes weird look at a collection of real life Christmas round robin letters. Think Mrs Merton meets Talking Heads. Simon Hoggart was a political sketch writer, diarist and columnist for The Guardian.

my gay best friend

9 - 27 Jan

Racquell (Louise Jameson) has locked herself in the ladies, furious because her gay best friend Gavin (Nigel Fairs) isn’t there to support her karaoke debut; he’s sitting in a walk-in wardrobe with a yoghurt pot and a turkey baster! A heady mixture of high camp, melancholy and haunting childhood drama.

moments & empty beds

30 Jan - 17 Feb

Award winning company PENNYWORTH PRODUCTIONS present a double bill by critically acclaimed emerging writer Julia Cranney.
MOMENTS | EMPTY BEDS are two funny, frank and touching one-act plays which explore modern loneliness, family tension and missed connections.
★★★★ Fest, Three Weeks, Scottish Daily Mail, Spy In the Stalls, Views From the Gods

foul pages

20 Feb - 17 Mar

Raleigh’s condemned, Shakespeare’s desperate and the Countess of Pembroke has a plan! It’s 1603, and a new play has been commissioned to seduce the King into a merciful mood. FOUL PAGES is a fruity farce is full of scandalous secrets, backstage betrayals and lusty liaisons. You think you know your Shakespeare? Think again!
Directed by The Hope Theatre’s award winning Artistic Director Matthew Parker. 

our big love story

20 Mar - 7 Apr

4 teenagers, 1 Teacher, 1 Terror Attack, Post July 2005
5 people’s lives intertwine in OUR BIG LOVE STORY; a tale of faith, prejudice, love & healing looking at radicalisation of young people and the struggle to keep faith in modern Britain.

pig

10 - 28 Apr 2018

Three gay couples explore the boundaries of their relationships in the quest for intimacy. Through emotional domination, sexual submission, compulsion and violence, they delve into the space where lines between love and obsession cease to exist. A provocative account of contemporary sexuality, which asks what love is, and what the lengths we’ll go to get it are.

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