An 8-piece day of the dead inspired parade band plus the Dead Beat Poets
These women are not shy when it comes to tackling the taboo topic of menstruation
Minefield is for its unique and singularly consummate exploration of its themes, outstanding, in a class apart from any show you’ll see, perhaps even of Arias. Her work must be acknowledged here now.
Review: Slap and Tickle
An inherently comical and highly political take on what it means to be a woman
Review: A House Repeated
A live action text adventure game
The seal performs for us and gets his revenge upon us.
One man’s journey from fireman to girlfriend to boyfriend as told in 1 minute episodes
Review: Vesper Time
A funny, quirky show by the marvellous Stacy Makishi
An intriguing performance that challenges one side of parental relationships
Review: Kim Noble: You Are Not Alone
Shocking, disturbed and poignant theatre
Review: Bring The Happy Live
A celebration of happy memories recorded in Brighton as part of their ongoing project to map the happiness of the country.
Review: Gym Party
Energetic and playful theatre with a game show vibe
Review: Into the New 2014; Symposium
Some performances, a launch and a party to showcase excellent cutting edge work
His crazy stunts are really worth a watch.
Review: Major Tom
A total joy to watch and an inspiring piece of art.
Review: Way You Tell Them
One-woman theatre is the perfect antidote to a glut of stand-up
Review: How to Avoid Making an Entrance
Upfront and self-aware
Something to get excited about.
Review: All Roads Lead to Rome
A simple, effective and intellectual piece, told with warmth and a twinkle.