A season of provocative and inspiring shows that tackle urgent issues facing Britain today and re-imagine the alternatives.
What does it take for ordinary people to create political change? Theatre Ad Infinitum return with a thrilling revenge tale, set on the Mexico-US border.
This is the beginning of the end of the housing crisis.
A new devised show about the pressure to be productive.
A beatbox, hip hop theatre show told by one man with a mic, a loopstation and a guitar.
A true story of happiness, hopelessness and friendship.
A funny and inspirational show about how artists manage to support their creative dreams.
A personal look at social mobility then and now.
The story of a battle for hope and the survival of a community.
Daniel Kitson and Gavin Osborn present a warm up of their new show, Stories For The Starlit Sky.
A generationally challenged duo.
Inspired by the Dolphin House experiments.
A distortion of the film Stand By Me.
A show that reveals the epic emotions within people's relationships with music.
A show about love, destruction and the insanity of attacking those around you.
A show asking what we would do if we found ourselves at the end of the world as we know it.
Join us for a week of bold ideas, live music and performance that tackles the big issues of our time from young voices.
A series of pop-up perfomances by this year's Young Producers.
A new show about the education system.
A new storytelling performance from Polarbear.
A group of teenagers on the very edge of adulthood imagine what it's like to walk in someone else's shoes.
A brand new monster of a musical.
A new show about the role of young people in contemporary politics.
Join us for an evening of great music, explosive talent and jazzy vibes.
An emotionally powerful and visually striking piece of dance theatre.
Young artists and performers take over the building to celebrate the finale of Homegrown Festival.
Meet the next generation of the UK’s best up and coming artists.
Young patients' perspectives on specialist cancer care.
A raw and illuminating portrayal of women's lives in prison.
Jeremiah Combyne is a man on a mission, healing London one lap dance at a time.
What 'the talk' is, and what it shouldn't be.
Intimate and personal true stories about identity and home.
A mind-bending, heart-breaking story of what happens when a couple that was always meant to be together, gets together. And stays together.
A sharp social commentary on the injustices of public space.
An evening where artists try out ideas for performances, in front of a supportive audience. Join us and be the first to discover the future of theatre.
From the winner of the Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show 2016.
Welcome to the revolution. It's gonna get messy.