19th OCTOBER-»29th OCTOBER
In 2001, Alexander Gog embarked on a radical experiment in theatre, activism, and artistic expression. Following fifteen years in a cage, surviving on Moon Pies and The Daily Telegraph, Gog's psyche has become unfortunately - if quite entertainingly - rather frayed...
7th NOVEMBER-»11th NOVEMBER
Forbidden to leave his native Iran, Nassim Soleimanpour wrote a play which travelled the world in his place: one with no rehearsals, no director, a different actor each night, and a sealed script. Not I Theatre has gathered five young actors, comedians and theatre professionals from around London to deliver his transgressive and transformative writing
17th NOVEMBER-»19th NOVEMBER
A man tied to a radiator, a writer who is going seemingly nowhere, and a woman who cannot escape her past. Howl explores mans exploration of self and the lengths that someone will go to be truly free
The Best in Spoken Word. Spit & Polish is a brand new spoken word night, every third Sunday of the month, featuring some of the best performance poets in the UK. Headlining our amazing line-up for November are Inua Ellams, Rachel Long, Antosh Wojcik and Theresa Lola. Come and be staggered by this wealth of talent!
21st NOVEMBER-»25th NOVEMBER
16 year old Molly wants to escape her her dreary college existence, her over worked mother & alcoholic stepfather. When she collides with the mysterious John, the two embark on a journey of forbidden love, pushing the boundaries of conventional romance & forcing us to question how far we would really go for the one we love
7th DECEMBER-»10th DECEMBER
Translated into more than 35 languages, award winning dramatist Jim Cartwright's play 'Two' comes to the Lion and Unicorn Theatre. 'Two' is a study of a northern pub, its eccentric customers and its warring landlord and wife. A real treat!
The Best in Spoken Word. Spit & Polish is a brand new spoken word night, every third Sunday of the month, featuring some of the best performance poets in the UK. Headlining our incredible lineup for December is the multi-award winning poet and playwright Sabrina Mahfouz. She is joined by the equally impressive Toby Campion, Talia Randall & Daniel Piper. Expect a thought provoking and highly amusing night!
Wireless Theatre presents a live radio recording of a hilarious new comedy: London 1903. Even its burgeoning workforce of women occasionally need the toilet. Provisions are scarce and charge an exorbitant penny-a-go. Local activist group the Edwardian Ladies Sanitary Association make a proposal to the local council. What follows is a battle of class, social mores and wooden toilets