From Shakespeare to Beckett, see well-loved stories turned on their heads.
A Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage
The latest show from Chris Thorpe and Rachel Bagshaw.
Does being a girl from Essex make you an Essex Girl?
Jess Thom takes on Samuel Beckett's short play.
An 11am performance of Not I where parents are welcome to bring babies under 12 months.
Explore a story from our legendary past in this interactive performance-game.
A silent film created before your eyes.
A mash up of creative urban beats with raw rhythmic storytelling.
Award-winning comedy trio and guests.
A graphic novel animation featuring live music, foley and animated illustrations.
A provocative new show from 20 Stories High about racial tensions in the UK today.
A week of bold ideas, live music and performance from young voices. Get involved!
Join us and be the first to discover the future of theatre.
Redefine is a theatre company made up of young care leavers in Wandsworth. Come and see their latest creation.
A night of performance poetry and spoken word, curated by Apples and Snakes.
Camden Youth Theatre take you on a sonic journey through the world inside their headphones.
A unique participatory experience about human desire and the addictive nature of Tesco meal deals.
Rappers, singers, spoken word artists and instrumentalists from Providence House Youth Club.
Step back from the news and look at what lies beneath civilisation.
A journey from heartache to redemption, against the backdrop of Ladbrokes, broke lads, and shit dads.
A darkly comic look at the EU’s founding ideals and what got lost along the way.
Christopher Brett Bailey leads experimental guitar quartet THIS MACHINE through a sonic battlefield of maximum aural overload.
A marathon evening of theatrical noise.
The Scratch Years (2018 - 2018)
A hard-rocking journey into the hearts and souls that exist on the outer limits of creativity.
Nigeria. A grandmother passes. London. A son cooks a pot of stew for his mother hoping to uncover hidden stories.
Real-life couple and co-artistic directors of Theatre Ad Infinitum, Nir and George, stage a theatrical debate to ask: as a gay couple, should we go out of our way to reproduce?
Brand new shows from your favourite comedians.
Fringe First winners Ontroerend Goed present a London Premiere about the end of humanity and what comes after.
A moving story about one son’s relationship with his mother and her mental health.
A darkly comedic and tragic performance about Autism.
After defeating fascism and curing depression, Anna Mann tackles writing a new show.
Gig-theatre with original songs by acclaimed Kneehigh associate Dom Coyote.
A one-woman show about a stolen childhood and growing up with a secret.
Spend an evening in the company of reigning world beatbox champions, The Beatbox Collective
Join spoken word artist, Francesca Beard, on an epic adventure through a wonderland of lies, fictions and Wikipedia ‘facts’.
Physical comedian Trygve Wakenshaw (Kraken, Nautilus, Different Party, Trygve vs. a Baby) is doing some new things
John Kearns' debut UK comedy tour.
The final part of Sleepwalk Collective's (Amusements, Karaoke) trilogy about pleasure and boredom in the 21st century.