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It's Grandma's birthday and the Frasier family have gathered to celebrate. Beverly just wants everything to run smoothly, but Tyrone has missed his flight, Keisha is freaking out about college and Grandma has locked herself in the bathroom.
This bittersweet but uplifting triumph of a show explores the issues that confront many young people today: prejudice, identity, pride, literacy, sexuality, substance abuse and perseverance.
Victorians Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park were known and adored as Fanny and Stella. They dazzled in female roles on our nation's stages - and in clubs and bedrooms from London to the Highlands.
A new pope has been elected, the first Irish pope in history. Before he can take office officially, he is told that he must pass a final test. A meeting, over one entire night, alone in a secret chapel, with a visitor that his advisors won't name.
This May, INK Festival is going on the road and taking the best of East Anglia's short plays to London in Feast from the East, with contributions from such writing superstars as Richard Curtis and his daughter Scarlett.
Tevye's daughters' unexpected choice of husbands opens his heart to new possibilities, as his close-knit community also feel winds of change blowing through their tiny village.
Follows the story of a humble five pound note as it passes through the hands and pockets of people in London.
A new comedy about real estate, mice and adultery.
New York, 1971. There's a party on the stage of the Weismann Theatre. Tomorrow the iconic building will be demolished. 30 years after their final performance, the Follies girls gather to have a few drinks, sing a few songs and lie about themselves.
Life in small-town Bomont is quiet and peaceful until big-city boy, Ren, arrives breaking every rule in the book. The town has been ripped apart by tragedy, but can Ren bring dance back to the heart of Bomont?
There's a shrine outside Anna's door. Candles. Empty energy drinks. A photograph of a teenage boy. The TV crews have long gone but the community is still broken.
Celebrated New York-based choreographer Pam Tanowitz taps into Eliot's four-part poem, a mysterious meditation on past and present, time and space, movement and stillness, replete with images of dance.
Electrifying gig. Thrilling theatre. Tied together by tongue-twisting vocal gymnastics. Mary Shelley's original, reimagined with songs, soundscapes and sonic trickery.
Inspired by the first man in America to plead Insanity as his defence, sees writer Camilla Whitehill (Where Do Little Birds Go?) and Strictly Arts examine the unspoken link between mental health and systemic racism.
Featuring a live score and nightly special guests, Joana Nastari's award-winning debut Fuck You Pay Me is a love letter to strippers and a surreal collision of comedy, poetry and live music exploring power, money and sisterhood.
Tells the story of Angelique, 17, who dreams of being a florist. With her mum in prison, she is left to navigate her way through adulthood, the care system and the recurring threat from her boyfriend's gang.
Tackles the conundrum of the British education system through a myriad of characters including parents, teachers and Alia, a prodigiously bright young Pakistani refugee and the newest member of the Education Commission.
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