What's On

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The Tempest

1st April-»2nd April

Banished from his own lands by a usurping brother, Prospero and his daughter Miranda have been living on a deserted island for years, until fate brings the brother within the range of Prospero's powers. Will he seek revenge, or reconcilement?


Pub Theatre Festival

7th April-»8th April

Theatrefullstop have teamed up with both Etcetera Theatre and Lion and Unicorn Theatre to present the first Pub Theatre Festival to be staged in April 2017. The aim is to give current drama school and university students, as well as graduates the opportunity to stage their works to a paying audience

medea the outcast

Medea, The Outcast

11th April-»13th April

Medea, expelled, outcast and aggrieved stands at the gates of Creon's palace. She awaits news of Jason, grinding her life and fate on the millstone of her memory. Caught between the past and the present, between reality, illusion, and madness, she struggles to recall what has befallen her. In her mind’s eye, she looks into the face of each of her loved ones and struggles in desperation to hold herself back from atrocious and irreversible crimes


Spit and Polish

23rd April-»

April sees Spit & Polish bring together another fantastic line-up of spoken word artists. Headlining is the multi-talented, Katie Bonna, whose Fringe First Award winning play Dirty Great Love Story is currently running in the west end. Joining her are artist resident at the Roundhouse, Joe Beaumont-Howell, community arts devotee, Desree Gumbs-Carty and Slambassadors 2015 winner, Jay Hulme. Join us for a night of humour, charm, wit and sincerity


Spit and Polish

21st May-»

Spit & Polish are proud to present spoken word superstar Luke Wright’s new show The Toll. If you haven’t seen Luke perform you should, if you have, you’ll surely want to see him again. Joining him is the equally talented Maria Ferguson, whose show Fat Girls Don’t Dance has been playing to sold out crowds up and down the country. Don’t miss this one, you’ll regret it!