The back end of the comic duo Doggett & Ephgrave performs his first solo stand-up show (unless you come to the second, third or fourth performance). The comedian, actor, musician and pauper presents material sifted from his daily blog, revealing how someone with an obsession for small detail approaches everyday life.
“David Ephgrave is as smooth as they come” (BBC)
“Has an eye for the bizarre, the sinister and the downright ridiculous” (Camden Fringe Voyeur)
Joe Wells believes that you should treat all people with love and compassion, but that's not easy when a quarter of them voted for UKIP.
'10 things I hate about UKIP' is the follow up show to the critically acclaimed (**** Chortle, **** Broadway Baby) debut show 'Night of The Living Tories'.
As heard on Radio 4 Extra and 'No Pressure To Be Funny'. As seen on Amnesty International's 'Human TV' and on tour with Alexei Sayle.
"One of the finest young political comics" (Brighton Argus)
A fast-paced comedy about relationships in the modern world, nominated for the Cambridge Footlights Award for Best Comic Play. "A delightful romantic comedy ... wonderfully amusing" (Broadway Baby).
Hilarious new comedy, fusing multimedia and theatre. From the company behind last year's hit dark comedy ‘Way Back’. "Without wanting to sound too vain, it was a bit like something I might do" (Alex Horne, The Horne Section).
Following their success in 2014, it’s time for more laugh-out-loud stand-up, new silliness, and fresh magic from London trio Mark Diamond “strong jokes delivered with cool confidence”, Sarah Iles “relaxed, comfortable style… has her audience feeling at ease'” and Stu Turner “combines wit, charm and very funny magic. Eye-catching & original”.
Back for a second year, you won’t find a more enjoyable and fun show. Last year was standing room only, so don’t miss out!
Welcome to the future world of 'Inner-BioNanotechnology' where the internet is now within you and you're forced to be continually online! A comedic, yet disturbing satire where Nanocomputers dominate the world! Writer/Director David Weedall's 20th record breaking year! "Second Impression... a truly promising theatrical venture" (The Times), "Shows with intrigue and humour that are entertaining and utterly fascinating" (The List), "Unexpected and very funny" (Public Review).
A graphic, gripping, funny and frank verbatim drama exposing the gay Chill-out scene. “Wanna pair of shorts? Shot of G? Line of Meth?” From surgeons to students, couples to kink; guys that love it and lost guys longing to be loved. An original look into a drug-fuelled, hedonistic, highly secret world of chem-sex, Grindr and instant gratification.
Past work: “Artfully directed” **** (Scotsman)
“Tremendously forceful, fluid, acutely visual” (NYC News)
Controversial and Brave ***** (Fringe Guru)
‘There is something which I wish you to take into consideration. It is that Mata Hari and Madame Zelle MacLeod are two completely different women…’
Lady Margaretha Zelle MacLeod, better known as Mata Hari, was executed as a spy by a French firing squad on 15 October 1917.
It’s a good story. But it isn’t the one she wants to tell you.
Spend an evening with the notorious exotic dancer turned double agent. Forget what you think you know about her. By the end, you might feel differently…
Arthur lives alone in his attic. His body is frail but his mind is alive with a world of imagination. Arthur needs a helping pair of hands to finish his stories. Will you share in the magic? "This company understands how to perform children's theatre in a way that isn't dumbed-down or diluted. The performances are vibrant, detailed and challenging - they expect the children to 'get it' and they do. The benefit is that we as adults can enjoy the show just as much" (Classroom Teacher).
A short festival of four fantastic plays for young people performed by young actors over three nights. 24th (17.00): 'Grimm’s Tales' – classic dark fairy tales. 26th (19.00): 'The Wardrobe' - across 5 centuries of British history, groups of children time travel through the same old wardrobe. 27th (17.00): 'Don't Feed the Animals' – a circus faced with closure must train an untrainable mob in circus skills. 27th (19.00) 'The Musicians' - a school orchestra arrives in Moscow to perform but their instruments have been impounded!
Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting with this Stanislavski-inspired technique. Theory and improvisation, open to all, experienced or not. Based on my long-running workshops at Conway Hall in London.