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The Nature of Forgetting

Tom has early onset dementia. He’s only 55. This is the jumping off point for Theatre Re’s The Nature of Forgetting, an exploration of memory made real through mime, original music and some beautifully tender b...

Sara Schaefer: Little White Box

If you’re anything like Sara Schaefer, you probably spend a considerable amount of time these days wondering how and why the political landscape looks the way it does. Over the course of her show, Schaefer empl...

Tom Allen: Absolutely

Coming out in a frenzy of one-liners and astute social observations, Allen masters the stage in his voracious style. He is a clear raconteur, jumping from topics seamlessly and reading his audience astutely. In...

Suzi Ruffell: Keeping It Classy

Is Suzi Ruffell not a household name yet? Well she really should be. With her distinctive brand of effortless, unforced comedy Ruffell has you laughing out of your seats with her tales of her working class i...

Tiff Stevenson: Bombshell

Tiff Stevenson’s Bombshell is everything we didn’t know we needed, from a really good period joke to a collective term for man spreaders. In just one hour she delivers a run down on the rules of compliments, ta...

Mike Bubbins: Retrosexual Male

“This is not a fancy dress show; this is the way I always dress,” Mike Bubbins insists as he struts across the stage. Donning a paisley pattern shirt-and-trousers combo, and with upper lip hair aplenty, Bubbins...

Ivo Graham: Educated Guess

Join Ivo Graham as he celebrates his inadequacies – from failing to impress girls as a teenager to being named the “Weakest Link” by BBC’s Anne Robinson – the former Etonian explores his formative years through...