A funny and moving, witty and poignant play is how critics have described this refreshingly intimate, well observed inside story of the Queen Mother’s Royal Household. Information→
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→
An uproarious comedy about a truly wicked way to make money… Information→
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 is the shocking and inspiring story of the ordinary and extraordinary men who said no to war.
“It was a different world up there. A different war.”
Wartime letters between the actress Celia Johnson and her husband Peter Fleming are read by their daughter Lucy Fleming and Simon Williams. Information→
The European premiere of this acclaimed comedy about modern marriage and parenthood.
The world premiere of Alice Allemano’s enthralling drama about the artist Leonora Carrington. Information→
A dramatic homage to Edith Piaf, in a much-praised production starring Elizabeth Mansfield, accompanied by Patrick Bridgman. Information→
The European premiere of Boo Killebrew’s funny and moving play about fathers, daughters, and how to tell a story. Information→
Esther Freud’s debut play, about the remarkable Lady Anne Tree and her mission to teach needlecraft to prisoners. Information→