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Don Giovanni’s story is one of pain and destruction. His obsessive, all-consuming relationship with sex and love ultimately causes his downfall: his capture by death and his descent to Hell.
Shakespeare - comedy
Starting in a secret Clapham location, team-up to navigate your way through the misunderstandings and mishaps of Shakespeare's finest comedy. Follow the trails and deliver the wedding invitations, picking up clues and characters along the way.
Alice is missing in Wonderland and it’s up to you to find her. On entering Wonderland whether you ‘Eat me’ or ‘Drink Me’ will determine your unique path. The multi-sensory experience created and directed for children aged 5-10 is back in 2017!
This five-piece band doesn’t just offer vocals. Dance, movement and percussion are very much part of the packag. Percussion is via clapping, foot stamping, or oral effects through a mic, and the dance moves.
Meet Adam and April: a regular twenty something couple who enjoy socialising, going to the gym and bingeing on Netflix. An interactive show by Heart to Heart Theatre which discusses the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence.
Aisha was sold in exchange for an expensive dowry. She is bound to domestic duty, denied every human right, abused, and forced to submit to any sexual act her husband wishes to bestow upon her. How will she continue to cope?
Fall deep into the Vaults, hidden beneath Waterloo station and lose yourself in a land far removed from our own. But this isn’t Alice's adventure, it's yours. Returning after a sell-out run in 2015, back in 2017!
Daniel Turner has it all. A devoted wife, two beautiful children and a teaching job he loves. But when a series of allegations surface from six years earlier his world begins to crumble around him.
Judge Peyton is dead, and his plantation Terrebonne is in financial ruins. Peyton’s handsome nephew George arrives as heir apparent, and quickly falls in love with Zoe, a beautiful ‘octoroon’. But, the dastardly M’Closky has other plans.
Shakespeare - comedy
Love blossoms among the trees as lovers Rosalind and Orlando are banished to the Forest of Arden. Together with shepherds and exiled courtiers they become enmeshed in a web of romance and deception.
From the makers of Scrunch and Seesaw, this brand new show is a great first trip to theatre for the really young. Time for a walk, better wrap up warm. Poppers, buttons, zips. Scarf, hat, mittens. Inside out, upside down, back to front.
Simon Jay knew he was gay from an early age, finding himself effete and fabulous in equal measure, but this didn't go down too well on a rough council estate in South London.
When King Richard announces that he's off on a Middle East Crusade to give Saladin a piece of his mind, the struggling court musician Blondel is forced to stay behind to write songs in praise of the King's evil - and ambitious - brother, Prince John.
Six twenty-something women, friends since childhood, gather in a lakeside cabin. They eat, drink, sing and laugh because it is the only ritual they know. As the evening quickly unravels, they each have to make a decision for themselves.
Moscow, 1938. A dangerous place to have a sense of humour; even more so a sense of freedom. Mikhail Bulgakov, living among dissidents, stalked by secret police, has both. And then he’s offered a poisoned chalice ...
Bradford, in the month of Ramadan. Latching on to the latest grooming scandal, racists plan to march through the city, while Shaz, a local garage mechanic, desperately tries to keep his business running smoothly so he can marry well.
Two castaways, Danny and Roberta, fight their way to each other in a sea of hardship and cling violently for a chance at the happiness afforded to most but denied to them.
Biff is not like ordinary dogs. He likes moonlight. And music. And walking on his tiptoes. You see, Biff doesn’t think he’s a dog, Biff thinks he’s a ballerina.
Are children and adults sometimes the same? What does adulthood really mean? And what kind of things do we both find funny? Made In China have created a show performed with 8-year-olds and adults that playfully explores these questions.
A haunting double-bill from the master of gothic story-telling, Edgar Allan Poe: The Masque of the Red Death and The Fall of the House of Usher.