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Following the tragic death of her beloved son, Manuela goes to Barcelona in search of the father. But before she can exorcise her guilt she gets caught up in the lives of three women.
Explores Jane's struggle to have her work published in a male dominated environment, her failed romances and her vow to reject a woman's conventional lifestyle in Georgian England.
This handsome hero may have a jaw line you can see from space and sport the snazziest of tight lycra outfits, but he's also got "the muscles of 20 men and the brain of 20 mussels."
Tells the story of P.T. Barnum, the Greatest Showman on Earth, who combines razzle-dazzle with charm and brass to sell "humbug" to cheering crowds.
In the twilight hours, when the shadow of a dog becomes the silhouette of a wolf, it is hard to distinguish friend from foe. A dynamic site-responsive performance where the audience crosses an unnerving threshold between hope and fear.
Oil on the factor thirty as we engage the thrust and prepare to go down under! From the team that brought you the outrageous Gran Canaria-set hit Alright Bitches! and nautical caper Bitches Ahoy!
A musical revue about body image, diets, the gym, selfies, Botox, nip 'n' tucks, photo shopping and what we endure trying to look good. It's a show about everybody for everybody!
A summer of love. A fight. A car chase. A siege. When Katie’s boyfriend is attacked on the streets of Luton, she is propelled outside of her borders on to the frontier of council estates and concrete jungles.
Wormwood Scrubs Prison, London, 1961. One of Britain's most notorious double agents, George Blake, is serving a 42 year sentence - that is, until he strikes up an unlikely friendship with Irish petty criminal, Sean Bourke.
The trouble with fantasies is that they don't always become a reality. Sam Shepard's 'Cowboy Mouth' follows two wannabe rock stars, Cavale and Slim desperately chasing a shared dream; a life of music and escape.
A clown enters the scene. It is Isaac Solomon Loew the happy-go-lucky Pierrot, on vaudevillian Broadway. Wrestling with guilts of times bygone, he frequently flees from his pain not only into performance, but also into sex.
1940. Britain is at war with Nazi Germany. Barnes Wallis, the eventual inventor of the world famous Bouncing Bomb as featured in the film the Dam Busters, is kidnapped by the Nazis to build them a Bouncing Submarine.
Mike and Les strut through their manor - the Commercial Road - brawling, swearing and living for the moment in all its dubious glory. Their first encounter is a fight over Mike's girl Sylv yet they become sworn mates, thick as tea leaves.
The King is dead. His son, Edward II, is crowned King. His first act: to call home from banishment his lover, Gaveston. Marlowe's homoerotic epic comes to the stage in this all-new, all-male ensemble production.
Join the infamous group of T.V's most loveable characters as they are put through their Zumba paces at their local branch of Super Slimmers by the lovelorn Lauren whilst Kelly fantasises about fitting in to the wedding dress of her dreams.
The world is under the threat of fascism and war is looming ever closer. Liberalism and socialist ties are condemned by those in power. How did we get here?
A young woman sits down with forty of her closest friends from three different countries, different ethnicities, sexual identities and professions and asks them one simple question: "How do you feel about food?"
Tells the story of puppet-maker Geppetto, who is attempting to perform - all by himself for the first time ever - the grand mythical love story of Perseus, who slays a sea monster to save his beloved Andromeda.
Gerald Huber & His Office. Sounds boring, right? It is. Until Gerald's grey world is turned upside down by the arrival of some very unusual visitors.
A Great Flood is coming and Mr and Mrs Noah have been set the most impossible task: to take two of each animal and build them a home!
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