Wot? No Fish!! | Danny Braverman

This is a lovingly told story of family life in the East end of London, a lower income suburb, traditionally home to a large population of Jewish refugees, many from Eastern Europe.

Sense & Spontaneity | Jess Mess and Esther Longhurst

This performance was littered with clever literary references but there is no need to be an 1810 English literary aficionado to appreciate the humour. It is a brilliantly performed, delightfully silly soufflé.

Valentine’s Cabaret

A once-off evening in the glorious St George’s Cathedral.

Dr Felicity Rickshaw's Celebrity Sex Party | Holland St Productions

There is no question about the talents of this small ensemble, their voices and choral work are excellent and the writing is cleverly witty and extremely funny.

Comma Sutra | Louisa Fitzhardinge

It’s easy to imagine self-confessed grammar nerd Fitzhardinge, as the odd one out in the popular girls group at school.

A Fast Life on Wheels | Tim Ferguson

Ferguson was in excellent form as he basically gave the audience a tour through his life and times.

Playtime with Grace and Fergus: The Musical | Sunday Afternoon Collective

The show is about love, an intimate musical journey. Friends searching for love. Some in the right places others not so successful.

The Piano has Been Drinking

Grammy award winning Lucky Oceans rounded up a team of extraordinarily talented musicians for a raucous evening of barrel house blues.

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