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I had a night in which everything was revealed to me. How can I speak again? The early hours of the morning. You're alone, with only your thoughts. How did you get here? And how do you get out?
A Small House at the Edge of the World is the story of how one location captures and distills two lifetimes worth of love, joy and sorrow. A man and a woman fall in love, marry, have a child, drift apart, re-engage, haunt each other and become the dust of dreams.
Three comediettas which combine observations on the hypocrisy and vanity of the English ruling class, coupled with characters and situations that are both deeply Victorian, but also vividly progressive in their views on gender, money, and class.
Eliza Prentice has arrived in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead. She is armed with a Dictaphone, a family connection, and a lot of questions. But the greatest living Mexican artist, Leonora Carrington, doesn't give interviews.
The remarkable, true story of a young trans man having to make that choice and begin his journey. From Egypt to Scotland, it charts Adam's fight across borders and genders to find a place to call home.
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 prisoner's fate has been sealed. Sort of. Because if there's one crime in this world that we can all agree deserves the ultimate punishment, it is this: Opacity. The prisoner is too opaque. Not at all clear.
Stifled by his life in middle-class India, Krishnan is desperate to see more of the world. He takes a year out from his studies to visit the island of Great Britain.
A timeless library of fantastical stories, woven into a rich, open tapestry - a celebration of the artistic and cultural history of both Islam and the wider ancient world, full of timeless heroes and villains.
Celebrated Spanish dramatist Federico García Lorca's 1932 folk tragedy is deftly pulled into sharp focus in this dark and seductive re-imagining.
A powerful and uplifting, one-woman show about triumph over adversity. Yasmin is young and feisty and lives on the edge. A young mum, her Scarborough isn't sandcastles, arcades and donkey rides.
Jack is excited to have been offered a teaching position at the very place he went to as a child, Manor School. He is an excellent and commended Teacher who really wants to make a difference.
Somewhere in America, a revolution is coming. An army of competitive dancers is ready to take over the world, one routine at a time. A ferocious exploration of youth, ambition and self-discovery.
Steven, recently separated and heading towards divorce, bumps into an old friend on the journey to a job interview. A complex recent past and a fragile present collide, as Steven tries to make sense of the world around him and his place within it.
Wine, dine and celebrate life like the Gods and Goddesses you are with an evening of Divine Proportions. A heavenly night of wining, dining and raucous entertainment inspired by the story of Dionysus, God of Pleasure and Mischief.
In summer 1988, young BBC World Service reporter Christopher Gunness found himself at the centre of Myanmar's 'Students' Revolution - an event that brought Daw Aung San Suu Kyi onto the international stage.
Seán is feeling wronged because his boyfriend Tim has been excluded from a family wedding back home in Ireland. What does it matter that they've just broken up? The problem for his family is that Tim is femme, fabulous and worst of all, English.
It's back to school with a bang for Alisha, Iman and Kareem - they all failed GCSE English. This is their last chance to continue Sixth Form, failure is not an option. It's down to Miss Murphy to see the trio through.
A sketch show with original music devised by the company focusing on the struggles of men and women to be taken seriously despite sexism, exploitation and put downs.
Jess is turning 30 when she presses pause on the conventional life she's been living and joins a post-punk band. A bitingly honest portrayal of one woman's personal revolution.
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