Archive

The Silence of Snow: The Life of Patrick Hamilton

Sun, 2nd December 2018

Mark Farrelly (Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope) presents his riveting, kinetic solo show portraying Patrick Hamilton, one of the great English writers of the inter-war years. Information

Never Such Innocence

Sun, 18th November 2018

Actor Christopher Kent and pianist Gamal Khamis perform their acclaimed narrative recital of words and music from the First World War, first seen as part of the Somme 100 commemorations and now appearing in theatres, festivals and concert venues nationwide. Information

This Evil Thing

Sun, 4th November 2018

This Evil Thing is the shocking and inspiring story of the ordinary and extraordinary men who said no to war.
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Billy Bishop Goes to War

Wed, 31st October 2018 - Sat, 24th November 2018

“It was a different world up there. A different war.”

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Posting Letters to the Moon

Sun, 21st October 2018

Wartime letters between the actress Celia Johnson and her husband Peter Fleming are read by their daughter Lucy Fleming and Simon Williams. Information

Parents’ Evening

Wed, 3rd 2018 - Sat, 27th October 2018

The European premiere of this acclaimed comedy about modern marriage and parenthood.

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About Leo

Wed, 5th 2018 - Sat, 29th September 2018

The world premiere of Alice Allemano’s enthralling drama about the artist Leonora Carrington. Information

Hymn To Love

Wed, 25th July 2018 - Sat, 18th August 2018

A dramatic homage to Edith Piaf, in a much-praised production starring Elizabeth Mansfield, accompanied by Patrick Bridgman. Information

The Play about My Dad

Wed, 27th June 2018 - Sat, 21st July 2018

The European premiere of Boo Killebrew’s funny and moving play about fathers, daughters, and how to tell a story. Information

Stitchers

Wed, 30th May 2018 - Sat, 23rd June 2018

Esther Freud’s debut play, about the remarkable Lady Anne Tree and her mission to teach needlecraft to prisoners. Information

Tomorrow at Noon

Tue, 24th April 2018 - Tue, 15th May 2018

Three contemporary playwrights react to Noel Coward’s Tonight at 8.30, in this trio of funny and exciting new plays. Information

Tonight At 8.30

Tue, 10th April 2018 - Sun, 20th May 2018

The crowning glory of Noel Coward’s career is this cycle of nine one-act plays, including music, dancing, comedy and drama. Information