Author: Philip Bennett

The director hands the actor a sheet of paper. ‘We’re going to do an improvisation.’ she says. ‘Here on this paper are four different accounts written by junior doctors of the worst day of their careers. Your character has just had one of these days. Pick one of them. And tell us about it.’ The […]

May 16, 2016

On Sunday 8th May, we are hosting and performing a night at Illuminate Festival – LEAO and friends – where we’ll be playing alongside some talented musician pals of ours. We’re also playing a few songs at the festival launch party on May 2nd and as part of Illuminate’s LIGHTBOX night for charity, on May […]

April 19, 2016

I’m sat with a little coffee in an inordinately small hand sculpted espresso cup mulling over how to write a blog post. I think the best thing to do is go full men’s lifestyle blog. So here goes. I have on a watch made by keen eyed man with an arrow thin moustache who has […]

April 16, 2016

In a world bereft of goodness, is it possible for one truly good person to survive? Theatrical Niche re-awakens Brecht’s epic tale with Ethereal Puppetry, Physical Theatre and Object Work.
The gods descend in Szechwan – but find that despite her own tragedies only sex worker Shen Teh will risk everything to help them.
Brutality and kindness here collide in a spell-binding calamity of noise and colour.

February 29, 2016

The Wife of a Commandment of a Concentration camp is throwing a party, sadly there is no champagne instead her husband brings her a Young Jewish Ballet dancer from the camp, and both their lives change forever. The story of how two women are struggling to survive begins to unfold and we see how “Tanzen kann euch frei Machen”

February 29, 2016

Who is to blame for the London housing crisis? Jingan Young’s“I’m Just Here to Buy Soy Sauce” follows two pairs of couples as they attempt to make sense of the world around them. A political rom-com that can fit inside your suitcase.

February 29, 2016

Omar & Lee are idiots, and so are you…

Join these two goons on an anarchic journey as they aim to prove that we are indeed all idiots. Through sketches, characters and clowning, Omar & Lee invite you to accept the absurd and embrace your inner idiot!

February 29, 2016

One Man and His Griff, presents his début show ‘My Paper Girlfriend’ a humorous and poignant tale of a man finding his one true love. When all around things seem hard and lonesome, sometimes love can take you away to a magical place! A piece of storytelling, told through mime, animation and speech. Exploring relationships […]

February 29, 2016

Daniel Piper is in four gangs, and he’s going to tell you about them in Daniel Piper is in Four Gangs. Daniel Piper is in Four Gangs is the debut comedy/theatre/spoken word/interpretive dance show from writerly comedian and lifelong James Bond fan Daniel Piper, who is in four gangs. Daniel has spent the last few […]

February 29, 2016

A closer look at shared living in all its glory, ‘Digs’ explores how human behaviour plays out in the public and private space. With personal stories at the helm, this explosive devised show asks questions about our perception of ourselves and others- questions of territory, ritual, power and love.

February 29, 2016
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