A new show from Vanishing Point about what we see, what we turn away from... and what’s coming.
Milton's Paradise Lost - told through words, music and the easily misunderstood medium of dance.
A pertinent and bold piece of documentary theatre that investigates the biggest foreign policy disaster in modern times.
A a two-month celebration of theatre from around the UK from April - May 2016.
A work in progress about friendship and loneliness, doubt and hope, a mouse, a phone call and the unfathomable repercussions of everything we ever do.
A tender solo that looks at chronic pain and human resilience
Unfolding Theatre is developing a show about why we stop playing and what it might take to get us started again.
An immersive dance theatre experience, which brings together acclaimed artists Eddie Ladd, Gwyn Emberton and Deborah Light.
When he was 16, Jonny received a letter from the NHS offering him cosmetic surgery to 'improve his appearance'.
The first thing to do if you ever find yourself expelled into the vacuum of space is exhale.
Demi Nandhra for the sake of her own sanity is doing a show about her depression.
Pentabus Theatre Company live stream their performance from a village hall in Shropshire to our foyer.
Peter McMaster, and co-performer Nick Anderson, reflect on their experience of approaching and moving through the infamous age of 27.
An immersive audio performance about Shannon’s own experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection.
A new interactive performance by Seth Kriebel, testing new ways of exploring an imaginary world without leaving your seat.
A double bill from Documental Theatre and Hugh McCann
A double bill from Documental Theatre and Scratchworks Theatre Company
Made in Hull and proud of it, theatre meets gig in Middle Child’s electric and unapologetic telling of three young lives living for the weekend.
A destructive plea for some cultural conservationism; for equality, hope and greater creative freedom
Stitch Theatre take on the role of the hero with energy, charisma and unflinching dedication.
Inspired by Black LGBT experiences, this autobiographical piece focuses on the ups and downs of pride and self-loathing.
Join inspiring artists at the very early stages of new projects as part of an intimate evening of scratch performances.
Join us for an explosive evening of performance, music, revelry and intervention.
A story that will make you stop and think about where you, and we, are in the world.
The story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani's 2000 drug-fuelled race, restaged with breathtaking video and a pair of road bikes.
Rachael Young wants to challenge the idea of a one-size fits all path through life.
Combining poetry, dance and live illustration Wrong is a story of fatherhood.
A celebration of spoken word, music and storytelling from the East Midlands.
Plan B for Utopia is a playful dance theatre work by Dundee-based company Joan Clevillé Dance
A living storybook about loss, longing and the treasures of memory and imagination.
'Hi I’m Byron and I’m pathologically sad'.
A play about our cognitive capacity to process traumatic experience and the ability of language to represent it.
Expect hair. Lots of hair. Sacks of it.
A mind-bending, heart-breaking story of what happens when a couple that was always meant to be together, gets together. And stays together.
Two performers share a space with 64 robotic percussion instruments.
Join us for an evening of great music, explosive talent and jazzy vibes. Part of Homegrown Festival.
Battersea Arts Centre’s Beatbox Academy take to the stage this Summer with a live gig.
A residency partnership between LIFT and Battersea Arts Centre.
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.
A colour-saturated experimental-gig meets gender-twisting gothic-storytelling exploration of the 'doppelgänger’.
An extraordinary story about love and art, history… and catering.
A new show by critically acclaimed theatre company, Dumbshow.
An intimate show that dares men and women to imagine a world beyond the binary gender roles we’ve been thrown into.
A fearless new play about what it means to stand out, stand up and stand alone.
Pat Griffin is a builder. His daughter Joanna is a writer-performer. In BRICKING IT, they swap jobs. How much of what you do, affects who you are?
Another riotous summer of big name comics and bright new talents, as they preview their gigs before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Part of our Edinburgh Comedy Previews.
Jess Thom has Tourettes, a condition that makes her say 'biscuit' 16,000 times a day. She shares her perspective on life in this funny and spontaneous new show.
An evening of wild music and audience mischief, as Little Bulb Theatre, launch our new open-air theatre.
A show about words.
Blending storytelling, live-art and improvisation, I'm Doing This For You is a big romantic gesture made by a woman for a man.
Part of our Edinburgh Comedy Previews.
Using a single aircraft receiver, Richard navigates instances of peculiar absence, from the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines 370 to the suicide of his sister.