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London Fringe - Drama
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For one night only we invite you to join the super-rich. The 1%. You will call the shots. You will be the centre of the economy. You will have the power. Given the chance to do things your way - will you play it safe or risk it all?
A powerful and poignant tribute, marking the 70th anniversary of the NHS. We follow two narratives, the life of Dr John Sassall, culminating in his suicide in 1982 and the story of a doctor's daily routine today.
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.
Unable to escape her cycle of debt, Emma hides the choice she has made, even when joined by friends on the night of her birthday celebration. If you're stuck in that cycle; how desperate will your actions become?
Two monologues highlighting the Mental Health challenges that confront Women in Contemporary Society, one a would be Global Superstar, and one a Minister of State.
Abi is told from the viewpoint of 15-year-old Abisheera who surveys what's left from the previous generation's night before, in response to Mike Leigh's seminal play, Abigail's Party.
Newlyweds Adam & Eve are moving to the countryside. They're going to buy a house, start a family and live happily ever after. But when Adam is suspended from work and accusations are made, they're forced to question how well they know each other.
On board a steamer, cruising under the scorching Egyptian sun, honeymooners Simon Mostyn and his wealthy socialite wife Kay find themselves being pursued by an old flame of the newly wedded groom. Tragedy strikes ...
World Premiere. A play about faith, friendship and fear. A play about British identity and who chooses to define it. A play about change, painful endings and new beginnings. Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different?
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.
The leadership make laws to suit their pockets. Ordinary people are worse off. Antigone wishes to bury her brother but Creon, the new leader, has made it illegal. What happens when this young woman protests an unjust law?
A timeless story that is one of the greatest French plays of the 20th Century - a brilliantly theatrical treatment of Antigone's passionate and fatal determination to give a proper burial to her fallen brother in defiance of state authority.
In a scruffy minicab office, Mansha decides it's time to create his own destiny and offers to buy a business from his lifelong friend Raf. As the realities of the state of the business slowly unravel, these two best friends must confront the difficulties.
In 'Autobahn, A Short-Play Cycle', LaBute gives us seven scenes, each set within the confines of a car - an environment from which there is no escape! Inside the car the characters are forced, no matter how reluctantly, to engage in conversation.
Ben is in trouble. His ex-girlfriend is pregnant and he's just lost his job. So he seeks the only two people that might be able to help him. But that means returning home, and he hasn't done that in 5 years.
Home owner? Family Man? Deliveroo driver? Where should we be at 30? Before 30 explores the reality and generation gap of life's milestones.
Torch has been quarantined in a dark, squalid room on the Lower East Side of New York City, which the locals refer to as "Beirut", after testing positive for a nameless disease. He passes the time alone, forbidden from contact with the outside world.
In pre-war France, a young Englishman Stephen Wraysford embarks on a passionate and dangerous affair with the beautiful Isabelle Azaire that turns their world upside down.
Dean joined the Army, 'Danny' joined the Islamic State. One's from Leeds, the other's from London. Brought together in a holding cell in Northern Iraq, as captive and volatile guard.
It's about people getting to know each other through screens, and the presentation of old themes in rather new situations. It's about trust, doubt, closeness at a distance, and being worried you'll die alone and your cats will eat you.
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