Don Quixote

Friday’s opening night performance marked the company’s 383rd performance of it. That’s a lot of practice at getting it right!

Love Child
Joanna Murray-Smith's Love Child is a beautifully crafted play that works both on a personal and a political level, whilst never falling into preachiness.

The Ghost Writer
Behind every great sporting hero “autobiography” hovering in the background is a humble ghostwriter.

Sinners

Ostensibly this is a play about the resilience of humanity and its propensity to go to extremes.

Harp On The Willow
Harp on the Willow is ultimately a search-for-god play. It sublimely and comically, unpacks what people do when faced with the schism between ancient tradition and a new generation's hopes.

Rabbit Hole
Rabbit Hole is powerful, moving and beautifully understated.

Impro-Lab: Transparencies

Improvisational dance performance is often more challenging for audiences than performers. Viewers need a great deal of patience, as they wait for the resonating moments when performers, sound, and visuals unite in mesmerizing synergies.

Grace
GoD BE IN MY MouTH’s Grace is essentially an extended domestic between three members of a long-estranged family conducted on a roof-top while three pigeon-headed people gambol about in the background.

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