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All her life, widower Georgia has been a devoted mother to her two children but when an accident paralyses her and she ends up in a wheelchair, suddenly no one wants to care for mum.
18 Jul To 24 Aug 2019
A heart-warming, hilarious and insightful new play that leaps from a barber shop in Peckham to Johannesburg, Harare, Kampala, Lagos and Accra over the course of a single day.
Featuring a dizzying array of characters and a kaleidoscope of sights and sounds, Bartholomew Fair is an extraordinarily exuberant panorama of London life.
Many years ago a wicked witch put a spell on an arrogant young prince, turning him into a hideous Beast. The spell can only be broken if the Beast learns to love and be loved in return, before a magical rose loses its final petal.
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John Lennon-esk wit, fire, and honesty, Yoko Ono-esk spirituality, philosophy, and mystery. Ensemble storytelling, authentic acting, elements of physical theatre, comedy and tragedy, bring to life the Lennon's from the 60s/70s.
Quentin Tarantino meets Last of the Summer Wine in this wickedly funny, high octane comedy about growing old passionately and disgracefully.
Italy, 1976. Gilderoy is a long way from home. His work as a sound designer for Dorking-based nature documentaries has not gone unnoticed. He has swapped the foley table of his garden shed for the glamour of the Berberian Sound Studio.
A female story of survival and astonishing business success in the brutal world of Elizabethan politics, as witnessed first-hand by "Bess of Hardwick".
Charts a compelling seven-year romance, thrillingly captured in reverse chronological order.
Joe Spud is 12 years old and the richest boy in the country. He has a sports car, two crocodiles as pets and £100,000-a-week pocket money. But what Joe doesn't have is a friend. So he decides to leave his posh school and start at the local comp.
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Billy Bishop, a failing Canadian military college student, overcomes intense prejudice and astonishing danger to receive his wings to become the most successful fighter pilot of his generation.
Bitter Wheat is a play about a depraved Hollywood mogul. It rips the pashmina off the suppurating wound which is show business, and leaves us better human beings, and fitter to once more confront the horror of life.
Tyler Everett knows how to take it like a man; he's made a career out of it. He's rejected London's corporate world in favour of screwing his way through the city each night.
It's been a year since Morrie returned to Port Elizabeth to live with his brother Zach. They share childhood memories of their mother, yet have wildly contrasting life experiences due to their different fathers.
A repressed, passionate love affair rears its head on the day two young people tie the knot. What is done cannot be undone.
Kurdish freedom fighter Medea escapes the Turkish military and arrives at UK Border Control on a forged passport. Slipping through immigration, Medea discovers how to exist on the margins of London life.
A scorching compilation of 26 hot and torchy blues numbers that frame the lives and loves of four residents of a downtown hotel.
In 2016, Blowfish Theatre made a musical about Boris Johnson and Brexit. They thought it wouldn't last the summer. It won't be their last mistake. Now completely revised and updated, it's longer, blonder, worser …
Inspired by Wilton's long history as a place for anarchic variety performance, B&M have brought together some of the funniest, filthiest and most subversivist performers London has to offer.
Ever get the feeling you're going round in one big circle? Ten years. Back and forth between a trio of arseholes and nothing to show for it except a baby, an Argos ring and a busted nose. At the refuge they call that a pattern.
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