We’re Going Global in spring 2020.
Let’s occupy the schools. Let’s occupy the theatres. Let’s occupy everything.
A virtual reality experience for two audience members at a time.
This powerhouse performance pulls no punches as it confronts toxic masculinity head on.
From the company behind the award-winning The Believers Are But Brothers.
A subversive, immersive, pop concert spectacular imagined by nu-pop sensation Lucy McCormick.
Our autumn season is packed with conversation-starting theatre.
Bert and Nasi try to overcome what divides them in this surreal show for our surreal times.
Take a seat, put on your headphones and go beyond the headlines to discover the human story of the Syrian conflict.
Seth Kriebel presents 19 short experiments in interactive storytelling across 2019.
Bert and Nasi's dark comedy about the EU’s founding ideals and how we got to where we are.
Bert and Nasi's hit show is an unforgettable interrogation of what we really mean by 'civilisation'.
Magical projections and immersive sound bring lost stories to life. A half term show for children 8+
Dine, drink and discover as theatre makers, dancers and comedians try out new ideas over two weekends.
LUNG's critically acclaimed play about what we really mean by 'British Values'.
Take a nostalgic trip back to the noughties in this funny, frank show about female identity and class.
Stories of Britain's recent, shameful past, told through the lives of gay men living at a time when homosexuality was illegal.
Louise Orwin presents a frank interrogation of sexuality and consent in the wake of #MeToo.
Turned away from a nightclub for being “too black”, four women reaffirm the joys of sisterhood with explosive true stories.
A madcap festive adventure with live music, songs and plenty of joining in
Shesus is your multi-gender Miss-iah reincarnation. The Sisters are genuine twins. Together they are here to heal you.
JLR wrangles an all-star cast of the best comedians and worst idiots into creating a never-before-seen adaptation of an unadaptable text.
From the director of Misty, Autoreverse is the true story of one family’s determination to find a place to call home.
An Impact Dance weekender featuring the best of street and hip-hop dance, with influences from the African Diaspora.
A visceral, provocative trio of performances exploring the changing state of the human spirit.
Our annual festival is back - and it's going global.
Not your average show about female bodies, feminism or the male gaze.
Life is hectic, and real human connection feels increasingly rare. Sonia Hughes and Jo Fong invite you to slow down.
This psychedelic new dance theatre is Sleepwalk Collective’s most ambitious show yet,