human issue

writer & director : DEAN MOYNIHAN / performer : MARK SAVAGE
26 Mar - 3 Apr 2017
7.45pm
£15/£12
Sun & Mon only.

Frank, is a struggling stand up comedian and self professed cultural provocateur. He is experiencing issues, both in his professional and personal life. The bailiffs have reposed almost everything he owns leaving him nothing more than an eviction notice and a lot of questions. He’s intelligent, he’s funny, he’s frustrated, he’s frank and he’s just about to kill himself.

But first, he has one or two important things he’d like to say.

 

skin tight

17 Oct - 4 Nov

1950s, the rural plains of Southern New Zealand. She has to go, he can’t let her. A couple’s past unravels in a tender, playful and bruising encounter.

workshop: creating character through physicality

18 Oct, 1, 4, 8, 11 & 18 Nov

A 3 hour workshop led by Matthew Parker, award winning Artistic Director of The Hope Theatre.
Matthew will work with attendees on fun, innovative and effective ways of building a character’s physicality and how to unlock your character’s inner rhythm.

brazil

22 & 23 Oct

Doddy’s lost; radicalised by US bombs falling too close to home. A trade war between the US and Europe escalates; political pollution, consumer excess, desolation, pills and pints pervade. When hope is a cryptic slogan and every move is caught on CCTV, how does anyone find sanctuary amidst the slums?

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:

richard III: a one woman show

12 & 13 Nov

An audience. Anything can happen. All the world’s a stage. What part will you play?

Pushing the boundaries of Shakespearean performance, Brite Theater present their multi award-winning one-woman show. You, the audience, take on the roles of all the other characters at Richard’s party…but will you survive?

and then the rabbit died

19 & 20 Nov

Join Aisling as she talks us through how she became pregnant (while still on the pill!) and whether or not she intends to keep it.

This whirlwind ride through Ireland’s family planning system will leave you in stitches as Aisling delivers a hilarious account of pregnancy in modern Ireland.

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.

booking:
telephone bookings:
0333 666 3366
(booking fees apply, fees for telephone sales will be higher)