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The Muscolinos have raised three proud and passionate daughters. Each of them bonded by a fierce love for one another and harbouring a secret longing that could tear the family apart.
Laced with acerbic wit, punchy dialogue and intricate spoken word, Narcissist in the Mirror is an honest account of self-exploration as rip-roaring as it is poignant and heartfelt. A dark comedy about life, ambition and millennial expectation.
For the first time in history, it's hard to be a man. Natalie Palamides is NATE. May include: consensual touching of boobies, non-consensual mind-blowing, and Nate's hard, stretchy cock.
19 Dec To 31 Dec 2018
This Christmas join EastEnders' Danny Dyer, legendary comedian Jo Brand and West End star Simon Lipkin as he reprises his role as 'Mr Poppy' in the hit show Nativity!
A swift, ferocious satire about two Alpha-Males and their ruthless competition to be crowned Top Dog.
24-year-old Lucy's idea of a good night is binge watching Goggle Box, eating leftover bolognaise and mocking the contestants on talent shows with her flatmate Gus. A dramatic, dry comedy with hidden motives and self-destruction.
The world's longest running live comedy show! A national and international satirical news-based song and sketch show lampooning everyone from the spheres of politics and celebrity, updated every week.
Winner of two Tonys and three Drama Desk Awards, this screwball comedy pokes fun at the Prohibition era in a clash of elegant socialites and boorish bootleggers, all set to the glorious songs of George and Ira Gershwin.
Gloria is gravely sick. When her time comes, the celebration begins; the traditional Jamaican Nine Night Wake. But for Gloria's children and grandchildren, marking her death with a party that lasts over a week is a test.
Inspired by real life events, this darkly humorous, spoken-word performance looks at the media portrayal of working class women, government cuts to domestic violence services and life in a women's refuge.
Stephen MacDonald's Fringe winning play about the unique friendship between celebrated World War One poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. They met at Craiglockhart Hospital in 1917, and bonded over a mutual hatred of war and love of poetry.
Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen were two of the most celebrated poets of World War I. Both fought on the Western Front and first met as patients at a military hospital in Edinburgh in 1917.
Sephy and Callum sit together on a beach. They are in love. It is forbidden. Sephy is a Cross and Callum is a Nought. Between Noughts and Crosses there are racial and social divides. A segregated society teeters on a volatile knife edge.
God is angry, and a flood is coming. But Noah is building a boat: wide enough and deep enough not just for his family, but for a cargo of birds and beasts, both great and small.
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