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A brand new version of the classic story of the three little pigs set in Paris. A grumpy old wolf is a chef who wants some pigs' tails for his soup. Will the little pigs outwit the wolf and what kind of house will they build?
Three years after leaving her unfaithful husband and striking out as an artist, Agnes receives his letter ordering her home. But Agnes married young; her innocence has gone and her ambition is growing.
Like any couple, Tamora and Martin have big hopes and dreams. But when your child is autistic, non-verbal, low-functioning and occasionally violent, ambitions can quickly become a pipe dream.
Explores how it feels to live in a society where you are regularly categorised and policed.
A man is looking out to sea, and waiting for a knock on his door, and he fears he will be taken on a boat ride by the not-so-secret police, and that he'll be diving deep.
A celebration of the friendship between the First World War poet and composer, Ivor Gurney, and musician and first woman music critic, Marion Scott.
Based on the popular ITV1 prison drama series, Bad Girls, also by Chadwick and McManus. Bad Girls introduces us to an anarchic bunch of women on the edge and up against the odds - prostitutes, addicts, shop-lifters, murderers.
Inspired by Mark and Marichka Marczyk's own real-life experiences during the 2014 'Revolution of Dignity' in Ukraine, where the couple met and fell in love, Balaklava Blues is an ethno-bass live set, coupled with unbelievable documentary footage.
Milwaukee in the 1920s. Aram believes he will begin a new life when his teenage 'mail-order' bride, Seta, arrives to join him. They are a couple united by history - both survivors of the Armenian Genocide. They are a couple united by history.
Many years ago a wicked witch put a spell on an arrogant young prince, turning him into a hideous Beast. The spell can only be broken if the Beast learns to love and be loved in return, before a magical rose loses its final petal.
A merchant gets lost in the great forest and stumbles across an enchanted palace. Tired and hungry, he goes inside to shelter for the night. In the morning he sees a perfect rose in the garden and picks it for his youngest daughter, Beauty.
A play about 5 witches. Rebl. Annachi. Kayos. Ryot. Dainja. All discovering what it means to be a young black woman and a witch.
Tyler Everett knows how to take it like a man; he's made a career out of it. He's rejected London's corporate world in favour of screwing his way through the city each night.
A startling portrait of sexual and marital relations in the 1960's and 70's and delves into these questions with bitter humour. One of a string of successes written by James Saunders, this marks its first staging since 1979.
The time for silence is over. When it looks like Fred Astaire has burnt down a branch of Boots the chemist, Willow knows that something is afoot. She braves the wilds of Lynx Africa, talking trees, and infertility to find an unlikely friend in Liz.
An astronaut floats through space in a broken ship. In an alternate 1970s, the world's space agencies must co-operate to navigate them safely to back to earth, but each agency has its own agenda.
Tells the story of a young woman's rise to fame after speaking up at a protest outside a controversial rape trial.
It's 1980 in Elephant and Castle. Sixteen year old Martin and best friend Debbie are getting ready for another night out at Martin's favourite night spot "The Golden Girl”, one of Soho's premier drag clubs. Tonight is not a regular night out.
Featuring the larger than life performers of the Moulin Rouge who scandalised Paris in the 1890s. The arranged score features a treasure trove of gorgeous operetta melodies by Offenbach, Lehar and others culminating in the famous Can-Can itself.
A fresh, exhilarating take on the classic tale of passion, jealousy and danger accompanied by Bizet's soaring, intricate music that promises to be truly unmissable.
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