A wonderful adaptation that preserves Amelie’s eccentric imagination while adding its own original touch.
Duffy’s environmental piece is aptly timed to question our impact on the planet.
Play tells an increasingly familiar tale, lacking energy and imagination.
Terry O’Donovan invites us to reflect on death in the digital age.
Tale of a recluse is a perfect alternative to the festive season
In Nazi-occupied France, Joseph only has a single marble and his older brother to help him look ahead.
Owen Sheers’ modern war tale is like a slow motion dream
Three women’s lives become interwoven at a surrogacy clinic, but is the transaction equal for all?
Sabine Molenaar questions the boundaries of intimacy, desire and touch.
Olivia Faye Lathuilliere’s physical theatre shows the unravelling of a relationship destined to fail.
The clock is ticking. Company of Wolves reminds us that the end will come.
This 55-minute trance leaves you with your own thoughts and incoherencies about life.
This brand new production takes a step too far from the original.
April De Angelis’ inspiring feminist-comedy explores the relationship between mother and daughter.
Adaptation of the classic 1997 film, with Gary Lucy as Gaz
Katie Bonna’s raw truth about the effects of lying.
Hilarious comedy sketch show that makes you feel like partying.
Jenna Watt’s one-woman lecture on the Trident debate.
A fresh take on Bram Stoker’s classic tale
Julia Croft exposes the treatment of women as mere bodies in popular culture.
He used to fly typhoons, now he is a drone pilot, soon he will become an owl.
A guerrilla-folk opera that immerses you into the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution.
An energetic theatrical comedy that uses all the tropes of the sci-fi genre.
A sweet little treat