This hour long show actually passes by in a blink of an eye because the storyline so quickly hooks you into its web of mystery and intrigue.
You can sense the waves of affection rolling out across the audience and washing around Luke McGregor when […]
The Chemsex Monologues was originally commissioned as ‘evening entertainment’ for the first ever European Chemsex Forum, held in London in 2016. The Upside […]
‘WHAT IF’, created, written and directed by Mahalia Barr-Mashei with music by Justin Pounsett, tells the story of Maya through a unique combination of song, the spoken word and contemporary dance.
A flawed, but ultimately engrossing, performance full of passion and poetry.
In a performance that is a masterful hybrid of song, mime, stand-up, slapstick that contains generous doses of the bizarre and surreal, The Travelling Sisters set a frenetic pace from the opening number and they never let the momentum slip.
An impressive debut from 18 year old emerging playwright and director James Watson.
Ross Wilson has the right to claim icon status in our music industry and a place as one of our greatest musical talents – respect deserved and acknowledged. But – tonight’s set was a little flat and not one to go down in the annals of his greatest live shows.
We Live by the Sea is an excellent piece of theatre: engaging, innovative and featuring some terrific performances from the youthful UK cast.
During some scenes, the cast strike gold with every piece of rushed dialogue falling together like a jigsaw puzzle, while other times the scene is force fed and awkward.