LUU Open Theatre
page 1 of 5
From cat cemeteries, to gagging yourself at night so you don’t talk in your sleep, to singing at the top of your lungs ‘till you run out of words, Oliver and Bernadette really learn to live through the hardships together. In 140 words.
“It’s a simple question; Do we bear monsters? Or do we create them?”
Meathead looks at toxic masculinity and male fears of insecurity through a character with an interesting but believable set of contradictions.
What could possibly go wrong? A postmodern take on farce, arts funding and the cut-throat nature of theatre itself…..
Now this is the law of the jungle as old and as true as the sky; And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die.
When a young council worker is asked to aid a reclusive widow, he is baffled by her quirky decision to live exactly as she would have in 1950s England. As their relationship deepens, Max must make a decision – allow Tammy to continue living a lie, or attempt to wake her up to the complexities of the modern world?
As open surgery commences, secret romances and bitter personal rivalries are exposed, revealing the absurdities and hypocrisies within the medical profession.
An unruly bunch of bright, funny sixth-form boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university. A maverick English teacher at odds with the young and astute supply teacher, a headmaster obsessed with results – and a history teacher who thinks he’s a fool.
The time has come for a learning experience which will broaden your imagination like no textbook ever could. A girl stumbles upon a lifeless figure in an abandoned school. What happens next could be magic or maybe something even more amazing.
In a run-down movie theatre, three underpaid employees sweep the floors of popcorn and attend to one of the last 35mm film projectors in the area.