by Nathan Wright
Successful ageing novelist Les, and the less successful actor Terry, pore over Grindr. Reminiscing on life they discuss Les’s new found desire for Al, a drug dealer Terry has recently brought into their lives. From Al’s very first delivery of ‘Sweets’, a unique and dangerous friendship takes hold.
by Maroussia Vladi
A new, romantic comedy in the form of a one woman play that explores our human propensity to search for validation from the world around us for the rational decisions we’ve made… while our insides tear in two.
by Felicity Huxley-Miners
by Fiona Doyle
Akakiy Akakievitch loved her job much more than it loved her. An underpaid, administrative assistant in an underfunded government department, she was barely scraping together enough to stave off the ferocious St. Petersburg winters.
But one day – no one quite remembers when – she set her sights on a higher aspiration than any in her life so far; a new overcoat…
Musical comedy with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton.
by Craig Higginson
Thirty miles outside Johannesburg, a group of school friends decide to spend the night in a network of underground caves. The oldest pre-human remains have been found there, including a four million year-old ape-man called Little Foot. As the friends go deeper underground, forces are unleashed between them and around them.
by Judith Thompson
In a North American city, the ghost of a 9 year old Portuguese girl hunts her killer. Her wanderings bring her into contact with a vibrant, disturbing and frequently extremely funny collection of characters: she is visible to some, invisible to others; some show her kindness, others brutality. A rich portrait of the private tragedies and public absurdities of life in a modern city.
by Helena Thompson
Site-specific piece in a secret location in Southwark. Ivy concerns a green-fingered old woman who refuses to leave her squat, and whose plants seem to have hallucinogenic powers...
by Robert Holman
A devised performance for children using hand-made puppets, teaching the values of acceptance and recycling.
Collaborative Project devising and creating a theatrical 'moment' (lasting 3 minutes) inspired by the film 'The Conformist'.
Costume inspired by skulls and the trunk of a hen, found at the Hunterian Museum, created for a multi-layered devised performance.