There is no sin in Syndrome!
A forensic examination of the five-year police hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper
A new mental health comedy written by Tom Stocks
Divorced, beheaded, died. Divorced, beheaded, survived.
A show about words and activism, protest and power
Back from the Dead
India, via The Tower
It's 2199. The nation of Mars is finally free.
A very human story about electronic minds
The blurring lines between fantasy and reality
Bob and Bernard are both dying, and they’re not going down without a fight
The opening production of the new Riverside Studios
The story of a passionate polemical journalist who becomes the Iraq War’s chief evangelist
The tale of two young women standing fast against circumstances that would separate them
Two strangers. An empty train.
..when the family doesn’t do privacy..
A play about redemption, faith and freewill
Monogamy or Polygamy?
A twisted millennial romcom
“What Rules Are You Talking About?”
The classic tale is brought to life in the magnificent historical London setting
A new adaptation to the classic tale by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
A rugby ball’s soft, a hockey stick’s hard, what does that make me?
Random don't happen to everybody. So how come random happen to him?
The premiere of Breach Theatre’s first ever Christmas show
A new family show
A tale of growing up with a wheelchair
A look at the trials of being an actor in your twenties
..and the 2019 tour is in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital
A darkly comic Christmas treat
A very alternative Christmas message
An outrageous site-specific show
The all singing, all drinking alternative Christmas knees-up
A festive triumph
Drag queens are going to space
The spooky retelling of Oscar Wilde's comic novel at the Unicorn
Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (stf) return to Wilton’s Music Hall
An important exploration of the education system
Big Brother is Watching You
A spectacular tour-de-force
Eugene O’Hare’s black comedy gets its premiere at the Park Theatre
The heart wants what the heart wants
An experimental comedy about the danger of labels
A poignant and darkly funny play by Sarah Rutherford
How far is too far for the perfect cure?
Did you say ghosts?
What happens if you grow up in a house of only "yes"?
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