Funny, emotional, observant. An insightful and brilliant piece of work by a very talented performer.
Overman discusses sex, consent, identity and nationality, all with delightful humour.
“I once had a guy never call me back because I rolled my eyes when he said Mark Zuckerberg was his hero.”
No one wants to hear about Brexit. I do if Lolly Jones is on the mic.
What do you want people to remember you by?
Someone give this man a bloody TV show.
Ambika and Andrew are the peanut butter and jam of comedy; an unlikely duo that found each other and now you just can’t get enough.
Britain’s Most Hated Comedian delivers a heartfelt and hilarious show
"We are hallucinating all the time, but when we agree on that hallucination that's when we call it reality."
A dynamic duo try to deconstruct gender roles in this wild show.
A great hour of music; whether or not you’re a Bond fan.
Georges Méliès work is brought to a new generation.
An inventive journey explored with traditional Shakespearean lines, lots of movement and a modern twist to how the scenes are portrayed.
Passengers is a beautifully directed dark comedy about mental health and the battles within the mind. The educational values and relevance of this performance in today’s society is incredibly high.
Ali and Alpo is a collaboration between Finnish dancer and choreographer Alpo Aaltokoski and Iraqi oud lute musician Ali Alawad.
A production in which the performers are incredibly insync and perfectly in time with the music throughout, there is no room for error in The Desk.
Holt stands in solidarity with the anxious, over thinkers of the world as he tackles confusion and communication. Phrases is fun, eccentric and clever.
This is physical theatre at its best. Fantastic atmosphere, and well executed slapstick comedy.