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London Fringe - Drama
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The play will evolve through collective research and development and the roles will be specifically written for each of the actors offering them both a platform to showcase their talent and an opportunity to be part of creating new and exciting work.
April 1984. Under constant surveillance and the watchful eye of Big Brother, Winston Smith rewrites history for The Ministry of Truth. Individuality and free thought are prohibited but Winston privately rebels against the regime.
An invitation to pause. To listen. To rest. An audio-visual journey for the ill, infirm and sick. That is all of us, if not today, then maybe tomorrow. An ode to invisible disability and acts of bravery we don't see.
Examines the way society shapes us and our conception of others. It considers marriage, family, money and the roles of both men and women in a play famous for its flawed and realistic characters.
There are blackouts. No one knows what's causing them. Now Steph and Bell, a schoolgirl and barmaid, have to search for their missing friend, until the outside world starts infecting the theatre that stands around them.
Driven by a daily quest for perfection, Will takes us on a fast paced, sweaty, physical exploration of how the gym has strengthened and weakened his relationships, his physique and ultimately his life.
Forster's masterpiece poses a question more urgent today than ever: how can we love one another in a world divided by culture and belief?
"One cannot be friends with the English!" Harsh but clear advice which Aziz chose to ignore. Now he lies in jail charged with sexual assault.
A double bill. A Priest in the Family: Molly O'Neill, widow, mother and grandmother is proud of her life and her family, especially her son Frank, a priest. The Bear: Elena Ivanova Popova has shut herself away from the world in retaliatory grief.
Kensington Palace, 1993. She was the Diana of her day. That day has gone, but HRH The Princess Margaret seeks one final chance to be of service. Acquiring potentially sensational letters from Charles and Diana, she means to burn the evidence.
A prodigiously talented young musician, an Ivy League school, a life changing allegation. Out of 37,451 applicants to Eliot University, Angela stands out - but not for the right reasons.
London, 1914. As the Great War breaks out in Europe, Blanche and William meet at a dance and marry. They share a political passion for peace, but William enlists to fight in Belgium.
A "choose your own story" exploration of the developing boundaries between humans and artificial intelligence which lets the audience decide - could the will of a robot ever override the will of a human?
It's Big Tony's Big wake and we are all here to celebrate his life, his achievements, his triumphs. With Mr. Kipling Cakes on tap and surrounded by the crème de la crème of the commercial Universe, his heartbroken widow takes us on journey.
A double-bill of emptiness and fantasy: The Maids and Blood Sports.
Follows headstrong Jyoti and her fumbling suitor Rasik as they ride the crest of the fall of Empire from the shores of post-Partition India to the forests of Mau Mau Kenya onto the industrial upheaval of 1970s London.
Focusses on six short stories, and aims to bring some of the themes to you, hopefully in a manner of which Hemingway would have approved, that is to say, by bringing the words to life.
The year is 1809. At Lady Croom's country seat of Sidley Park, Derbyshire, the orderly classicism of the estate grounds is being turned into picturesque romantic chaos.
A village in a forest in the Vosges mountains of Alsace,1951. Based on real events, explores the shocking and tragic choices forced on a border community trapped in a cycle of international vengeance.
With an A.I in every home, people have become increasingly insular, depending on and trusting their obliging personal robots as much as any person. Dom knows this as well as anyone.
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