Bethany Heath’s (almost) one woman show, Definitely Louise, explores her character’s loneliness and inner turmoil in a strong and emotive way.
In the midst of our digital age, Darius Davies asks us to question everything.
Australian comic, Louisa Fitzhardinge, along with her pianist John, presents Comma Sutra, a comical show discussing the use of improper grammar and punctuation.
Alfie Brown jokes about his love/hate relationship with crowds.
The set had a strong start and Friedman has a great wit, but to stay on-board you need a good knowledge of American Politics and culture.
John kicks straight off with gags and immediately captured the audience.
Conspiracy shows how a single photo can become a global conspiracy.
If you’re after a bit of fun in the afternoon, then head on over to watch Bottoms Up. It's satirical portrayal, traditionally comic, look at an opening of a new religion... However don't expect it to challenge your mind.
The wacky and creative duo parody the character of a haphazard life coach in this hour long comedy.
This production takes the classic Shakespearean text and drenches it in booze.
Footnotes is quirky, ridiculous and fantastic. He interacts with audience members throughout and even manages to hand out chamomile tea.
Britain’s Most Hated Comedian delivers a heartfelt and hilarious show
A dynamic duo try to deconstruct gender roles in this wild show.
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.
Nick Helm resurrects his love letter to horror B-movies.
Appropriate is a witty tale of an Irish woman living in the countryside that has you gripped to find out what else could possibly happen in her tales of her dramatic love life.
Beep Boop takes our obsession with screens to the stage.