An improvised show without words, in the style of a Silent Era film
A smart and very funny exploration of fate and friendship.
King Lear’s unmentioned Queen is imagined in this feminist prequel to Shakespeare’s play.
An improvised Shakespearean play – in Shakespearean English.
A theatrical “biopic” of eighteenth-century Scottish explorer Mungo Park.
An incomprehensible, immersive fifty minutes of fear as you wonder what uncomfortable thing will happen to you next.
A dramatically presented, witty love story set in Merthyr Tydfil.
A powerful, expressive monologue about the end of the world.
Immersive nuclear disaster story is surprisingly emotional considering the level of analytic participation required.
“Simple” is an accurate description – of everything but the actual acrobatics and circus skills.
An engaging, inventive, and informative show about autism and friendship.
Lion House present a thought-provoking show about fear, hope, and the power of stories.
With two venues on the Southside, Zoo offer an exciting international programme of dance and new writing
Spilt Milk portray 20-somethings who’ve failed to become proper adults