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Too High, Too Far, Too Soon


25 Nov - 20 Dec. Tue-Sat, 8pm. Tickets £12.50/£8 concs. Loosely based on the book by Simon Mason, adapted for stage by Cathy Sloan. Performed by Simon Mason. ‘There’s a fine line between fantasy and reality. Problem is, I snorted it.’ Festival frolics, backstage antics, cans of lager and enough chemicals for a pharmaceuticals factory. Based on his accl…

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Shaw's Women

6-31 Jan. Tue-Sat, 7.30pm & Sun, 3pm. Tickets £16 / £14 concs. VILLAGE WOOING / HOW HE LIED TO HER HUSBAND Two Plays by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Robert Gillespie. Eliz…

FIRST 2015: Dame Diana Rigg - No Turn Unstoned

Wed 11 Feb, 7pm. Tickets £17.50 - FIRST 2015 opening night! From James Bond to the Muppets, the RSC to the West End and from the Avengers to Game of Thrones, the inimitable Dame Diana Rigg ta…

FIRST 2015: I Never Told A Joke In My Life

Wed 11 & Thu 12 Feb, 9.15pm. Tickets £10 / £8 concs. A speech about dead comedians, about forgotten comedians, about every comedian that’s ever been and ever will be. Solo …

FIRST 2015: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Thu 12 & Fri 13 Feb, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 / £8. A new play in development by Rebecca Crookshank. 1997. Hungover from her 17th birthday, Crookshank, a wannabe Spice Girl, signs up …

FIRST 2015: Dating Game

Fri 13 Feb, 7pm & 9pm, John Curry Studio (limited capacity). Tickets £9 / £7 concs. For those looking for love, in love or wondering if they can do better….  Dating G…

FIRST 2015: Down-Up (Circus Geeks)

Fri 13 & Sat 14 Feb, 9.15pm. Tickets £7 / £5 concs. A solo show about competition, innovation and the possibilities of the mundane, strung together by a subject overlooked by societ…

FIRST 2015: Annoying the Neighbours

Fri 13 Feb, 6pm. Tickets £10 / £8 concs. Louise Wallinger tells hilarious and disturbing tales of Shooting Squirrels; Using the Neighbour’s Garden as an Ashtray; Letting Yourself …

FIRST 2015: Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister

Mon 16 Feb, 7pm; Tue 17 - Thu 19 Feb, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 / £8 concs. Since her big sister, BBC journalist Kate Peyton’s murder in Somalia in February 2005, Rebecca has had rather…

FIRST 2015: The Singing Psychic

Thu 19 Feb, 6pm. Tickets £10 / £8. By Marysia Trembecka. Embrace the mystical musical mystery of The Singing Psychic as she 'reads' the music in your life. With live audience…

FIRST 2015: Love

Fri 20 & Sat 21 Feb, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 / £8 concs. On a sunny spring afternoon, “Y”, wanting to realise at last a long-held fantasy, poste…

FIRST 2015: Edith, Elizabeth and I

Sat 21 & Sun 22 Feb, 2.30pm. Tickets £10 / £8. A new play by Jules Craig. A comic, fast moving one-woman show with a cast of three, all vying for the role of leading lady. Inspir…

FIRST 2015: Can't Care, Won't Care

Tue 24 Feb, 7.30pm. Tickets £8 / £6 concs. A care worker. A confession. A crime? Is it that she can't or won't care? BBC Slam Champion Sophia Walker pits Care Worker against The…

FIRST 2015: Charlie & the Philosorappers

Wed 27 Feb, 9.15pm. Tickets £10 / £8 concs. Join Charlie as he embarks upon a head-stretching hip-hop voyage through the history of thought. Featuring David Hume avoiding the attenti…

FIRST 2015: Angel in the Abattoir

Wed 25 - Fri 27 Feb, 7.30pm & Sat 28 Feb, 3pm & 7.30pm. Tickets £9 / £7 concs. Starring Will Andrews. Written & directed by Dave Florez. Shown as a work in progress. …

FIRST 2015: Ross & Rachel

Thu 26 & Fri 27 Feb, 9.15pm. All tickets £5. A new play by James Fritz. Work in progress. So no one told you life was gonna be this way... Fifteen years after their happy ending…

 
One of Those

2 - 7 Mar, Mon-Sat, 7.45pm (Mats, Wed 1.30pm & Sat 3pm).Tickets £12 / £10 concs. By Tom Ward-Thomas. On a long, quiet train journey to Cornwall, two young strangers, James and La…

Character

9 - 14 Mar. Mon-Sat, 7.30pm. Tickets £12 / £10 Concs. By Florence Vincent / Blackshaw Theatre. Michelle is about to turn thirty and not coping well. Desperate to finish her first nov…

The Significant Other Festival 2015

16-21 Mar. Mon-Sat, 7.30pm. Tickets £12 / £10 concs. By The Pensive Federation. Significant Other: colloquially used as a gender-blind term for a person's partner in an intimate …

The Man Who

23 - 28 March. Mon-Sat, 8pm. Tickets £14 / £12 concs. By Peter Brook & Marie-Helen Estienne. Presented by Sleight of Hand. Inspired by Oliver Sacks' neurological st…

 
Click

Mon 12 Jan, 8pm. Tickets £5. CLICK by Tristram Kimbrough What if you could go back - take back one action, one word, one moment... What would it be? Fix your past. Fix your future. A…