From Thomas De Angelis, a comedy about having a child with your best friend.
This acclaimed verbatim theatre work examines our health system and asks, who cares for the carers?
A contemporary adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s novella, this spectacular staging immerses its audience in The Little Prince’s fantastic world.
Miss Fitson is a free-thinking teacher and communist. Dan a larrikin plunged reluctantly into war. Together they try and make a future.
Anita Hegh stars in this adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s 1929 classic description of the need for new spaces and a complete redefinition of who owns our storymaking.
Audrey review: Not, perhaps, the upbeat play you might feel you need right now, but as the promise of deeper isolation beckons, maybe it’s one for these times.
Director Richard Hillier offers a glimpse in to the making of a play that rolls through 73 scenes in just 90 minutes.
Written by Xavier Coy, a twisting exploration of life and how we get through it.