Do the calculations made by UK Border Agency technocrats add up? Michelle Sewell’s play says no.
Walls are suddenly everywhere. In a world that once seemed to be opening up, a vicious backlash has seen us
A one man show which is a mix of music, cabaret and comedy, Henry Moss’s Quadruple Thre4t sees the Australian
Talk Propa asks Southerners to care about Northern exceptionalism, but fails to say why.
A Cornishman loses his woman to the city and his livelihood to market forces, in this phallocentric summary of a gender balanced two-hander.
Written and performed by Lucy Roslyn, Orlando is a one woman show about Roslyn’s adoration for the novel Orlando by
This a new production from RG Productions of Tatty Hennessy’s play, which featured as part of the Heretic Voices in
There is a good piece hidden within Think of England, but to find it, it will need a very judicious
If an usher has to wake someone up in the front row and direct them to watch the play, that’s a bad sign, right?