Highly charged social realist drama with flights into the surreal nature of epilepsy.
A glorious celebration of one of cinema’s greatest aficionados.
An outrageously tacky blend of contemporary and classical concerns with a wicked soul soundtrack.
An exploration into the life behind the hip hop persona, Nas; indulgent yet unpretentious.
A delightful insight into the machinations of a great artistic institute.
A disappointingly superficial exploration of serious themes, which will leave you unsatisfied and confused.
A bleak yet beautiful look at modern-day China and the struggle to survive in a corrupt and capitalist world.
A fascinating glimpse of this eccentric figure and his world of music, radical politics and African spiritualism.
Ferociously funny stand up on the importance of tupperware and our growing redundancy.
An infectious, feel-good production filled with rhythmic spectacles and arobatic beats.
Sister is a frank exploration of sex, feminism and sisterhood that dramatically challenges an audience.
An enchanting insight into the wondrous world of ‘pianosity’.
This folkloric production offers a delightful trip into and through the world of visual and verbal poetry.
This cabaret channels broad traditions of song, magic and burlesque, but is a little slow-moving.
An explosive performance that explores love, suffering and the vulnerability of mansculinity.
An exhilirating night of song, drumming and dance – This Is Ceilidh takes ceilidh to the next level.
A sensitive production that offers tranquility – a walk by the river and a wander through the mind.
Despite having tequila and nudity this disappointing cabaret will leave you feeling flat.
Seamless and luminous choreography: a unique take on a current climate of surveillance and technological advancement.
Greg Sinclair deconstructs the world into the multitude of harmonious, cacophonous and silly noises that comprise it.
An awe-inspiring spectacle that will leave you feeling giddy.
Experimental theatre that radically reshapes the relationship, between writer, actor and audience.
Playing three women at once, Susanna Hislop unpacks the secrets and coincidences behind noses, names and states of mind.
An intensely intimate representation of one man’s mental struggle.