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Sinners

By |2020-03-01T18:40:41+00:004 March 2020|

In Sinners, a woman is waiting to be stoned to death for adultery. How common is stoning? Where is it legal? What are the political implications for speaking out - or not - against this barbaric practice?

The Jury

By |2020-01-27T17:29:01+00:006 February 2020|

Twelve strangers collide in a controversial case that will change them forever. I'll chair a post-show discussion with the creators of tense new courtroom musical drama on their official London opening night.

For the Sake of Argument post-show video and photos: How did Christopher Hitchens inspire this provocative new play?

By |2020-02-07T13:00:01+00:0031 January 2020|

Have you ever been powerfully persuaded by something you've read in a newspaper? Should journalists be held responsibility for the consequences of the articles they write?

COPS

By |2020-01-03T13:07:46+00:0017 January 2020|

Chicago. 1957. Four cops, of different ages, classes and races, all suspicious of each other, must grab a gangster turned state witness before the Mob can get him.

Escape From Planet Trash post-show video and photos: Sink the Pink continues its queer trilogy in outer space

By |2020-01-08T10:19:54+00:004 December 2019|

A year on, during which they've released a single with Melanie C, Sink the Pink are back at the Pleasance Theatre with the second in their queer trilogy of alternative Christmas shows. Ginger Johnson and co are on top form.

The House of the Spirits post-show video and photos: How does a country – and a family – recover from dictatorship?

By |2020-01-25T15:01:56+00:004 November 2019|

Are you fans of Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits? Allende's debut novel charts four generations of one family from the 1920s and the 1970s, and how tightly intertwined their personal fortunes are with political winds of change.

Post-show video and photos: Wrestling with absurdism, anthropomorphism & coercive control in Mites

By |2020-01-25T15:35:27+00:0016 October 2019|

A philosophising cat, a famished dog and a family of mites all make appearances - and strong impressions - in Mites, a new play by young British playwright James Mannion, written in the best traditions of the Theatre of the Absurd.