What's On

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

25th January-»27th January

A beautifully creative version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – full of hippies, peace, love, an enchanted forest, a riot of colour …and a donkey. The BBC Drama Club is a semi-professional group performing original and non-original works at BBC buildings and around the country. The club is run by BBC staff, but not funded by the corporation, so the group rely on ticket sales and fundraising to help fuel each production


The Turn of the Screw

28th January-»11th February

A night of spine-chilling horror in Henry James’ classic ghost story. A young governess is sent to a remote estate in Bly to take sole charge of orphans, Flora and Miles. Seduced by their angelic beauty, she quickly falls in love. But the house hides a dark secret and corrupting evil lurks in the shadows. The governess suspects it is the malevolent ghosts of her predecessors who threaten her small charges. But is the menacing force supernatural? Or something even more sinister?


Spit & Polish

19th February-»

After a month off, Spit & Polish returns on 19 Feb with another fantastic line-up - Headlining is Matt Abbott, who in 2016 shared a stage with names ranging from Sleaford Mods to Sara Pascoe to Ken Loach, as well as starring in the Nationwide ad campaign. Joining him are Young Poet Laureate for London 2015-6, Selina Nwulu, 2010 London and UK Poetry Slam champion, Keith Jarrett and one of the most powerful voices of young feminism, Megan Beech. This is guaranteed to be a superb night full of intelligence and humour!


Gathering Dust

21st Februry-»25th February

Charlie, a foreign correspondent, returns home after being kidnapped whilst reporting on a war torn country. Battling with the reality of staying safe with the people she loves or returning to the dangers of front line reporting, Charlie must decide whether to risk everything for her calling or give in to the needs of those she holds most dear. What is the price of telling truths to the world? And if the worst happens, how do you survive?



27th Februry-»2nd March

Stephanie doesn't make plans. Which is probably why at 24 she finds herself back at home with her mum, single and unable to fit into her jeans. Without really knowing why, Steph takes us through what she feels are the most significant parts of her life so far. Decibels is a one woman show written and performed by Elaine Fellows for anyone that has ever took a step back from their life and thought "what the hell am I doing?"