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How do you start a revolution? How do you stop one?
“Away to face the day that begins thy slavery.” – Hecuba in Women of Troy In a world where forced displacement is a global issue Euripides’ play has never seemed more relevant.
What do we know about the ground under our feet? BARBARIC AND WILD gives this gritty darkness a voice. You will be immersed in the dust of a devastated landscape. Meet Buddhist madmen and subterranean poets who’ll take you on a visionary journey.
An exploration of the theatrical potential for horror and monstrosity, and the relationship of these to gender and femininity.
A new musical theatre work taking inspiration from Graeme Gooday’s book Domesticating Electricity. This devised production will explore technological developments and their impact, reflecting on the ‘end of night time’ as well as the effect on musical theatre spectacles of the period.  
Ever thought about what happens in all of these spaces while you are watching a performance? We invite you to join us on a journey which brings the inner workings of live performance into view.
“To live is to war with trolls in heart and soul” Join us for an extraordinary immersive experience as we take you on a journey that you won’t forget! Drawing on Ibsen’s Peer Gynt as a key source, this environmental performance asks us to reconsider our individual place in the world. The Dreaming is devised…
A collision of Gertrude Stein’s ‘Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights’ and Fritz Lang’s first talking movie ‘M’, inspired by the Wooster Group’s ‘House/Lights’, this production explores the dark edge of human psychology. Our clash of text, physical performance, sound and film will keep you on the edge of your seats – the knife edge!
We invite you to ‘FEAST’, an immersive, contemporary performance exploring food and the notions of consumption, feasting and festivity. 7.30pm Stage One £9.00 (£7.00)
This new work marks the centenary of the start of the First World War by exploring this whole century of conflict through music, song and first-hand accounts. 7.30pm Stage One £9.00 (£7.00)