She’s outrageous and she’s hilarious.
Riotously filthy punk folk cabaret about 19th-century London is flick-knife sharp
The ‘critically endangered’ puppet from Australia is back to reflect on how the world is going to hell
A show to make his mum proud...
What a genius way to tell this story!
An enjoyable hour of whimsy and skill, and well worth going along to – just don't forget to bring 50p!
Who is Gordon?
It is perfectly valid to scream at seagulls, they deserve it.
What is going on here?
Elz, Jams, Toni and Jaime, are living in a hostel, each fighting their own battles. 'Rapsody' follows them facing the realities of our class system through live rap, trap and drill.
‘Confetti’ is a queer rom-com about a wedding planner.
Roann Hassani McCloskey presents a deep dive into her own life story through ‘Who Murdered My Cat?’
Providing insight into the life of soldiers that fought for America in Vietnam, ‘Leaving Vietnam’ follows a young man from joining the Marine to his entire post-war emotional journey.
A gently captivating reprisal of an in-depth character study about a remarkable woman
This is good family circus which entertains.
This is a must see production at Assembly Hall which tackles the question of what it means to be a woman through contemporary dance, physical theatre and circus.
Jamie provides a witty hour with anecdotes and light entertainment that’s worth a watch.
Located in the ex-Soviet ghost town of Pyramiden, two caretakers share their competing conceptions of Russia.