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London Fringe - Upcoming
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Week 2 of The Yard's annual festival of new performance.
Examines the way society shapes us and our conception of others. It considers marriage, family, money and the roles of both men and women in a play famous for its flawed and realistic characters.
When Inspector Tanner is called in to investigate a ruthless murder at Mark's Priory, the grand ancestral home of the Lebanon family, he quickly discovers that nothing is quite as it seems.
Five writers have ten minutes each to impress you. They'll present the opening section of their next big thing. You'll cast a vote for your favourite.
With an A.I in every home, people have become increasingly insular, depending on and trusting their obliging personal robots as much as any person. Dom knows this as well as anyone.
A creature awakes into a bewildering world of sound and light. Childlike in his innocence, but grotesque in form, he is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck creator and left to understand and survive the world alone.
2006. When illness prevents Robyn and Ajay from having a child of their own, they outsource their pregnancy to a woman in India.
A funny and poignant evening of Alt Country music and canny theatrics in the company of two vigorous and very British misadventurers.
It's 2005! Tony Christie is "boss" again thanks to Peter Kay and Comic Relief. Ascot has relocated to York for the year. Pearl, Jan, Shelly and Linda are stood side by side trimming and packing fish in a fish plant in the Hull docks.
The story follows Mary's arrival in London and her introduction to gang life. How will she make her life expectancy of twenty-five when the two gangs are after owning her? A new all-female musical about two rival female gangs in Victorian London.
In a post-Article 50 alt-reality Britain is going to the dogs. Government has outsourced democracy to a tv voting show, pizza has been banned for its foreign origins and a visa to France now costs 30 Euros (£300).
Revolution has engulfed London and a new order must be established. Three rival factions have risen from the ashes of old authority and each must champion their cause in this new dawning of our civilization.
A woman's hip bone lies on the side. In a tale of addiction, sexuality, mortality, choices and enlightenment, she embarks on a journey to discover how one might avoid dying alone, and losing one's hip bone in the process.
A brand new 70 minutes, blending poeticals, talking, standing, spotlights, cables, Kronenburg, foot-stamping and old school wistfulness.
Betty is rich; Betty is lonely; Betty's busy working on her truck; Betty wants to talk about love, but Betty needs to hit something. Meanwhile, Betty decides to stage a production of that play-within-a-play from … what's it called again?
We live in a time where old orders are collapsing: from the postcolonial nation states of the Middle East, to the EU and the American election. Through it all, tech savvy and extremist groups rip through twentieth century political certainties.
A family willing to risk everything. The remarkable story of how a father, mother and their sons changed the world.
Welcome to the tour. The tour of you. Time has changed. We now enter a new realm of freedom. Of managing expectations. Literally. This is all about the new you. Remember nothing and look forward. Please leave all questions until the end.
In 1978 a young playwright, in a flat-share off the North End Road, is wrestling with a play for the Royal Court. The phone rings. The man on the other end is called Ken and he's about to teach our hero the pleasures and perils of serendipity.
The Fallen Tyrant lies dreaming in the time-less void of a prison cell. The Spectral Queen haunts the shadows, a memory of what's lost, a promise of worse to come. The Hollow Hero props up a worthless kingdom, abandoned by a murdered family.
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