Edinburgh Fringe 2019
Realistic, poignant, very well acted and written play
A hilarious and visceral take on modern day living as an actor with impending responsibilities
An intriguing piece of theatre which brings the issue of dementia centrally to you from the core of a well written play.
A charming and enthusiastic young person’s company tell their tale of detection with flair.
An entertaining performance piece where one man struggles to find what can be done before 29 becomes 30.
40 theatrically insightful minutes exploring the oddness of life from two people on the margins looking in with a unique view
A brilliant examination of sisterhood for the modern times when your children begin to become your parents.
A stirring and surprising operatic treat.
A measured and nuanced exploration of how relationships get threatened from within and without.
A fiercely personal theatrical creation
A fascinating one woman portrait of a family in crisis
A poignant and wry look at lonely new mum challenges in 2019 Britain
A shout out to our shared humanity that transcends borders
Outstanding ten years ago, outstanding again in this new production
You will stumble out at the end completely bowled over by the power of this play
Siân Owen’s one woman play set in Newport is a lively, fun and heart wrenching ride
A beautiful show that will make you want to laugh, cry, dance and ponder all within sixty minutes!
An interesting exploration of loss and grief
Guy Masterson finds the perfect show...
Jewish princess marries Cuban Catholic in Florida with hilarious and occasionally painful results
A reassembling of Shakespeare's words into a delightful duet
A witty exploration of a difficult personal experience
Susan's trapped in her house by rising flood water. But she's not allowed to leave the house or even be seen......
A raw yet uplifting piece of storytelling
Hard hitting theatre for adults, exploring addiction in stunning new play from award winning playwright.
A hit and miss look at what achieving a certain age now is like, given the clique culture in post war Britain
Well-rehearsed ensemble, mysterious Kafka story
A thoroughly absorbing hour enjoying seeing the work that goes into producing a radio drama for BBC Radio 3
Marcus Brigstocke writes and directs this bittersweet drama of family and addiction, based on his own recovery.
Profound, arresting, moving
An innovative and original insight into volunteering in the jungle of Calais and how naivete turns through experience into knowledge; a journey we all benefit from.
A charmingly wild piece of feminist theatre.