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A Bed Of Shards
Ronnie and Button are two women who've lived together in a high-rise tower block for years. But when they're forced to move, cracks appear in their relationship. Was their flat a love nest or a prison? This new play by TV actor Jane McNulty ('Eastenders',...Drama Tuesday November 1 2016 - Thursday November 3 2016Read more
Emerge Festival 2016
This festival is a chance for emerging choreographers and physical theatre companies to show off bold new work. You can see five 15-minute performances each night, with a programme that changes halfway through the fest. This year, Emerge Festival features...Modern Tuesday November 8 2016 - Saturday November 19 2016Read more
King Cymbeline struggles with loss and grief in Shakespeare's complex play, which straddles comedy, tragedy and romance. Who Said Theatre present a retelling of the bard's story, directed by Simon Stallard.Drama Monday December 5 2016 - Saturday December 17 2016Read more
My Gay Best Friend
This campy comedy by Nigel Fairs was a hit at the Brighton Fringe this summer. It's a story of Rachel, a fifty-something wannabe star who's too furious with her friend Gavin to make her big stage debut. Meanwhile, Gavin is preparing to make his debut...Drama Saturday December 10 2016 - Sunday December 11 2016Read more
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Excellent venue. The current productions are great. BJF is wonderful dark melodrama with a mostly excellent cast - the exception perhaps being one monotone actress - but there are limitations in any fringe event. SK very funny, with marvellously charismatic cast.
A really great venue. Everything I've seen there has been of a really high standard and the bar / restaurant is a great place to have a drink and bit to eat even if you're not seeing anything. Much easier to get to than it appears on the map too!
Baby Jesus Freak -- gripping and thought-provoking dark comedy, with very good acting in a minimalist production.... the kind of play you're still talking about several weeks later. If I were directing I would have jettisoned the lightweight "Stage Kiss" and persuaded the writer to expand "Baby Jesus Freak" into a full-length play, so as to give the excellent cast more time and space to develop the crucial moments which articulate the forward momentum of the plot....
Took my teenage kids to see this double bill and was pleasantly surprised at how much they loved it. Lots to think and talk about with Baby Jesus Freak, and we all laughed out loud at Stage Kiss which was good fun.
Thoroughly enjoyable evening with some superb performances and exciting writing. Well worth the trek out of town.