Review: Catch The Bird Who Won’t Fly
A beautiful film of an ugly truth.
Review: Catch The Bird Who Won’t Fly
A beautiful film of an ugly truth.
Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Even more than 2019, a carnival riot of joy – with enough misdirection to evoke moonshine
Review: Pool (No Water)
Macabre exploitation of a friend’s tragic accident.
Grab it while you can
Review: The Three Graces
Greek mythology in a Brighton garden.
Review: Rebel Boob
Based on interviews with women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Review: The Sensemaker
An astonishing, disturbing shapeshifting sliver of genius.
Review: Bertolt Wrecked
Tales by ordinary folk - in a not-so-ordinary world.
Love and The Labyrinth
Review: An Ice Thing to Say
Being Human in the Anthropocene
An intriguing few minutes of a short performance followed by the workshop that created it and which you can use to create your own growth spurt.
Review: Frankenstein (alternate version)
The acting scales cliff-edges of unreason. One remembers the scale of betrayal and loss of redemption. Benedict Cumberbatch here is Frankenstein, Jonny Lee Miller the Creature. The alternate version aired first is still available.
The acting scales cliff-edges of unreason. One remembers the scale of betrayal and loss of redemption
Review: Born to Manifest
An impressive and challenging triple bill of exceptional dance that delves into the depth of their being and provides us with collective hope as a message.
Ned Bennett’s thrilling production breaks out Equus from its leather bondage
Review: Not Quite
Symes and Thomas have real talent and are an excellent double act
A fiercely personal theatrical creation
Storytelling with songs and lot of character!
Witty, wry, slapstick, funny, well performed and very entertaining!
Review: Scottee: Fat Blokes
Transformational physical theatre that challenges and moves
Review: The Chosen
Superb heartfelt visual storytelling with excellent movement quality
Review: I’m A Phoenix, Bitch
Guy Masterson finds the perfect show...
Review: From the Top
Meaningful physical theatre, excellent dancing
Review: There She Is
A treat of an absurdist “tale” that brings the confusion of life into the centre of our universe
Review: I Run
A vivid solo performance of a man running furious, powerful and heartbroken into the grief of his dead daughter.
Review: Little Rabbit
Susan's trapped in her house by rising flood water. But she's not allowed to leave the house or even be seen......
Review: Sir David and His Animals
Creative, funny and entertaining physical storytelling for all ages!
Review: Catching Comets
This was a solo performance telling a story about love, about fear, about the protections that we build up around ourselves that isolate us more than they serve.
Review: Working On My Night Moves
Exciting challenge to conventional theatre in late night dance and physical theatre
Review: Knock Knock
A no-nonsense fairy tale with a twist brought to life with dance and physical theatre, accessible to d/Deaf and hearing audiences.
Review: The Burning
A tale of persecution and rage with much to admire
A highly skilled physical exploration of the theme of heroes and their impact upon us
Review: The Words Are There
Imaginative and impactful physical storytelling
Review: The War of the Worlds
Creative, provocative original play with surprise twists, superb physical theatre!
Dramatic, moving, impactful physical storytelling
Review: Beep Boop
A one man mime and physical comedy theatre show with a live digital soundscape, exploring society’s uneasy obsession with online life and the curious delusional pull away from an actually lonely reality.
Vibrant entertaining show with a fascinating international cast of skilled characters!
Review: My Love Lies Frozen In The Ice
A visual feast of physical theatre, gorgeous stagecraft, clowning and puppetry
A consummately delivered theatrical take on an important area of psychotherapy.
Review: The Letter
A wonderful piece of physical theatre which is an absolute joy to watch.
Review: The Desk
Energetic precision of movement with a powerful message!
Exquisite movement and physical storytelling
Review: I’m Non Typical, Typical
Moving and powerful dance, physical theatre and the spoken word from this diverse company
Jaw-dropping and magical physical theatre
Review: Paris de Nuit
"The stunts are gripping"
Review: The Beautiful Game
Joy and ecstasy, failure and defeat in a strong physical theatre piece with football thrown in.
A pitch perfect piece of physical theatre, exploring themes of family connection, parenthood and loss.
Review: Feeling Lonely at Parties
An intriguing physical piece
Old Hollywood meets tribal acting in an engaging piece of physical theatre.
Review: Death and the Fool
Satirical gets physical
“A fusion of the modern and the mythic, questioning our place in the modern world”
Review: Where Are You Really From?
Quirky, creative, and thoroughly entertaining exploration of cultural identity
Review: Forgotten Dialogue
A beautifully realised, genre-crossing show that stands out from the crowd
Review: Witch Hunt
A hard-hitting comedy of superior witchiness
“An emotional rollercoaster that is gripping from start to finish…a powerful piece of physical theatre.”
Review: The Birth of Death
“A profoundly moving and disarmingly funny journey, looking at death and how we approach it…”
Fast paced Sci-Fi Farce
Review: WATCHING, ceci n’est pas de deux
A truly unforgettable experience.
Intrigue through choreography, voice, music and an episodic structure which appears odd and piecemeal but is drawn together in a theatrically explosive fashion
Review: A Fortunate Man
Fascinating story, well performed, creative and entertaining!
Thought provoking, physical storytelling, dramatic with creative humour!
Review: yesterday it rained salt
Moving and well performed show!
Review: The Trench
A small masterpiece.
These women are not shy when it comes to tackling the taboo topic of menstruation
Review: My Preferred Pronoun is We
Fascinating well crafted show with depth and humor – topical, very well performed, poignant + impactful!
Review: Our Man In Havana
Hugely impressive physical adaptation of Graeme Greene's dark comedy
Review: Urban Death
Forget all other attempts at horror - here are the masters.
Mother and 14 year old son, sort it out through Sia.
Review: The First Love Project
Love stories from the past told by the young
Review: Queer Words
Impactful, heartfelt and entertaining!
Review: The Artist
Entertaining, creative, theatrical, very well performed!
Beautiful, provocative, well performed show!
Review: East Belfast Boy
An explosive, impressive and energetic exploration of a sub culture in dance from an area of mass testosterone and masculinity
Review: Another One
An impressive physical theatre piece that does seem to meander round a lack of connection.
Review: A Life On The Silk Road
An Epic and Unique Journey Through Dance, Music, Puppetry, and Physical Theatre
Fusing dance, physical theatre, prose, and raw, dynamic acting Ewan Downie breathes new life into the ages old tale.
Creative, innovative, well-performed and directed, a complete show that entertains and informs!
Bittersweet slapstick comedy about the cycle of life
Review: Heather and Harry
Stumble Trip Theatre smash it with wonderful hyper energetic Lecoq inspired madness
Review: Where the Hell is Bernard
In a world where reaching 50 signals the end, four workers escape the hive in a darkly comic physical show.
Review: Forget Me Nots
Dynamic, subtle and tender storytelling!
Review: The Merry Wives of Seoul
Refreshing, engaging take on Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Review: Don Juan
Don Juan in the raw
A gut-wrenching tale of Indigenous brothers caught in a torrent of solvent abuse in the wake of the death of their mother.
Review: The Fishermen
A Traumatic But Transformational Fight For Life, Freedom, and Understanding
An inventive investigation of the unseen darkness behind the facade.
Review: Animal Farm
A swift and telling production that’s quick-swerving on its feet with memorable vocal projection and physical acting that’s a delight and enticement. This outstanding outdoor version feels special.
Review: Lucille and Cecilia
Two wacky sea lions with a tale to tell – and don’t forget the mackerel.
Review: It’s Not a Sprint
Engaging performer in a solo play about Thirty-something life choices
A Reversible world where nothing is as it seems
Review: My Land
Breath taking circus skill and performance that tells a story whilst keeping you on the edge of your seat and with your heart in your mouth.
Review: Ovid’s Metamorphoses
an exciting revision of myth mixing media and movement
A graduate showcase of physical and absurdist theatre exploring grief and letting go.
Review: Sky Labyrinths
Beautiful, visceral and tantalizing dance and physical theatre!
Creative, bold, sensitive, meaningful physical theatre.
An insight into the nature of darkness
Creative physical theatre and poetic character!
Review: Grail Project
unique, accomplished, clever, hilarious yet also often touching and powerful work
Review: Flesh and Bone
Warren’s East London heritage is similar to other writers, and it’s his time to re-tell it now, with new notes and a love of language that muscles in and won’t let go.
Review: The Parisian Dream
Catch your dreams, while you Can-Can.