Scorch

Scorch, written by new talent Stacey Gregg, tells the tale of Kes, a teenage girl struggling to accept her sexual identity. Hiding behind avatars online, Kes meets Jules who believes her to be a boy. Kes hid...

The Techtonics: Don’t Push the Button

So, it turns out that competition found within the film Pitch Perfect is a real thing. What’s more is that these delightful chaps have won it. Propelling out with Queen’s Bicycle Race, you know this is going to...

Richard III

Shakespeare’s most evil creation Richard III is brought to new repugnant heights in Thomas Ostermeier’s new production. Lars Eidinger, adorned with fake humpback and club foot, slinks across the stage to a l...

Adele Is Younger Than Us

This show may not be Grammy award winning, but it is well worth a visit. You’re in your late twenties and you’ve never been in love, or written the fastest selling album of all time, you may as well be obsol...

The House of Edgar

The House of Edgar is a gothic horror musical from the Argosy Arts Company that centres around the retelling of Poe’s stories through folk songs. These are centred around the experiences of Rufus Griswold, the ...

Carey Marx: Hero of the People

Marx is an experienced performer, totally at ease on stage, but one that never breaks enough boundaries to propel his show forward. His more basic material builds skilfully but never quite escapes the simple...

The Unknown Soldier

The Unknown Soldier is a powerful and gripping one-man show centred around an ordinary soldier at the end of the First World War, powerfully played by writer Ross Ericson. It details his memories and experience...

Scott Gibson: Life After Death

Scott Gibson’s show is an autobiographical story of how a stag do in Blackpool turned dangerous. It’s quite the tale, and Gibson tells it with the relaxed style of a friend, getting the audience laughing along ...

Ubu on the Table

Ubu on the Table is an entertaining and thrilling hour of puppetry and physical theatre. As a theatrical take on Alfred Jarry’s late nineteenth century tragedy, it’s holds Shakespearean influences and balances ...

Lucy McCormick: Triple Threat

Confused, disgusted, delighted: never has my face went through such a serious of emotions, seemingly without my control, in a show before. First of all it’s important to say if you are easily offended, you will...