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27 JUN - 8 JUL


Sing, River

£10 PREVIEWS/£13/£16


Nathaniel Jones


Katie Kirkpatrick

'Enchanting vocals and a charming persona lure you to the riverbed... Ethereal, poetic, entrancing'

Reviewed & Rated

'inventive, unique'

The Oxford Blue

'When they say the songs came from the river gods themselves, it's not difficult to believe them'

production team

That feeling, the one in my toes and my skin, the sunrise, the glow… what if that was never right in the first place?

Midsummer comes but once a year. As the seasons shift like clockwork and dawn waits on the horizon, there are secrets lurking on the riverbed. Darkness can cover a great many horrors, but now the river sings.

Weaving together an original folk score and tales from a romance best forgotten, Sing, River invites us into the hidden world of British mythology. Love Song Productions present a new queer solo show that explores the act of severing yourself from dark memories in order to survive… and the sometimes unwanted consequences that come with it.

Are you ready to be swallowed into the depths of the Thames?

‘Inventive, unique’ ****
– The Oxford Blue
‘A beautiful and thought-provoking experience’
– Daily Info
‘A joy to watch’
– Cherwell
‘Vital, engaging, and experimental’
– The Isis

Content warnings: references to abuse and abusive relationships

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start .
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance. 
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.


Nathaniel Jones

Nathaniel Jones (he/they) is a writer, performer, and producer from Manchester. Alongside studying Classics at Oxford, his producing credits include Why I Hate My Penis and Quartet, both by Sam Spencer (Edinburgh Fringe 2023), Scenes with Girls by Miriam Battye (Old Fire Station, Oxford, 2022), and Murder In Argos (O’Reilly Theatre, Oxford, 2021). They have acted in Wasteland (Oxford, 2022) and Checking Out (short film, 2021).


Nathaniel Jones


Katie Kirkpatrick


Katie Kirkpatrick

associate producer

James Newbery

lighting designer

Evie Cakebread


Faye James

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