Jonny Woo and his band provide an amazing, almost immersive experience into the early 70s with a show that comes across as a massive labour of love for all those involved.
Magic McMagicface is a masterful showing of an array of magic tricks and performance which will leave you in awe of Rob Ellinger’s skill, as well as possibly walking away with a transference of some of his love for magic.
Science Vs Magic is a fantastic children’s show, with each element crossing over and combining to make a well-executed 45 minutes of education, and, most importantly, fun.
Dom Chambers: Fake Wizard is most definitely a standout show from a standout performer, one who doesn’t take himself too seriously but delivers an amazing array of knockout magic
Friendly Feminism For The Mild Mannered acts as a fantastic showcase for the immensely talented Millicent Sarre and her band, and presents the often polarising topic of feminism in a humorous manner, encouraging inclusivity and discussion rather than lecturing and finger-pointing.
Showko – Absolutely Normal showcases Showko’s unique charisma and wit in a show tailormade to suit her style of storytelling
. . . to miss this show would be foolish, as James Hancox has crafted a show which is both funny and memorable
Baby Got Back: Size Queens is a great example of how you can centre a show around an important message but still have fun
Briefs: Close Encounters is a fun escape from reality, with everything about it larger-than-life and spectacular.
Laurie has created something which alternates between humorous songs and on-point storytelling using her clever dry wit, making for an enjoyable, out-of-this-world cabaret experience.