Face Front Inclusive Theater presents It's My Move which is a show about the transition from school to adult life for young people with mild to moderate Learning disabilities/difficulties and their parent/carers.
What happens when the glass slipper doesn’t fit? Is it time to put a bullet in the princess’ head?
In a savagely playful subversion of identity, Lecoq/LISPA-trained clowns, poets and storytellers Lizzy Shakespeare and Michelle Madsen upend beliefs and expectations in a fantastic game, using clown, spoken word and live art to create a genre-defying work which teases and provokes.
Trestle School of Drama participants have been working hard all term on a performance project culminating in a full performance of Brainstorm.
Inside every adolescent brain, 86 billion neurons connect and collide to produce the most frustrating, chaotic and exhilarating changes that will ever happen to us.
Brainstorm is a unique theatrical investigation into how teenagers' brains work, and why they're designed by evolution to be the way they are.
Small Nose are really excited to announce that Philippe Gaulier will be running two weeks of workshops in July 2019. This is the perfect opportunity for those who have never been taught Clown, or who have never been taught by Philippe – to experience the perfect combination of Le Jeu (play) and then Clown.
This is the brand-new show from John Hinton, multi-award-winning creator of the ‘Scientrilogy’ of musical comedies about Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie. Follow-up to the hit show Ensonglopedia of Science (nominated for a Children's Choice Award at Brighton Fringe 2017).
Suitable for anyone aged 5 to 105.
Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances Freeman Productions have cancelled these performances. Please contact them directly for further information. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Pop Music is an emotionally contagious rollercoaster by Bruntwood Prize winner Anna Jordan. A night at the theatre like no other.
The latest gig-theatre extravaganza from the producers of WITH A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK by Sabrina Mahfouz, HOPELESSLY DEVOTED and WASTED by Kate Tempest.
Written by the award winning young playwright Atiha Sen Gupta, the play explores the nature of friendship, trauma and tribal loyalties in a neighbourhood where the blue touch paper is waiting to be lit. It has been developed through creative workshops with young people, exploring their sense of connectedness – or otherwise – with the communities they have grown up in.
Set in Nigeria, New Nigerians is a satirical drama that follows the political and personal upheavals of Greatness Ogholi, presidential candidate of the Peoples’ Revolutionary Party. Along with his pot-smoking assistant Chinasa, Greatness Ogholi must form a coalition with his political rivals. New Nigerians asks whether Greatness can succeed in keeping his integrity and thereby keep his promise to the people of creating a new Nigeria.