An excellent opportunity for our three artists/companies to test their new work in-front of a live audience for the first time and for audience members to experience raw and unrefined performances before anyone else. It really is an exclusive event!
Cult hit event Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote features an interactive screening of a classic Murder, She Wrote episode. Can you solve the crime before Cabot Cove’s most celebrated sleuth, Jessica Fletcher?
It’s Black History Month this October. BLACK* artists on the move present History is Now! Festival, an exploration of how history and the present moment converge, seeking to spur us on to deeper understanding and greater action.
It’s Black History Month this October. In celebration join us for an exciting performance with acclaimed author and poet Lemn Sissay and guests. Lemn is a BAFTA nominated International prize winning writer and was awarded an MBE for services to literature by The Queen of England.
It’s Black History Month this October. In celebration, BLACK* artists on the move presents History is Now! Festival, an exploration of how history and the present moment converge, seeking to spur us on to deeper understanding and greater action.
Part performance, part installation, part collective act of resistance – Cutting Out tells Viv’s 1 in 11 million story.
The story of Viv’s hands (from abuse to activism) happens in a co-created installation of paper dolls holding hands in solidarity bearing witness to 11 million adult UK survivors of Child Sex Abuse.
Louisa is the incredible true story of how on one stormy night in January 1899, the communities of Lynmouth and Porlock rallied in a raging storm to save all the souls of the Forest Hall; a ship foundering in the Bristol channel. This visceral new play uses physical theatre and Sea Shanties over 80 minutes to tell the extraordinary tale.
Inspired by the touching children’s story ‘The Selfish Giant’ by Oscar Wilde, join us and explore an unusual friendship, and how even the grumpiest giant’s heart can melt when Spring finally comes.For details of dates & times,
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A presentation of new short works by the Brewhouse Youth Theatre, featuring ‘Sunday Roast’ which explores the unsaid secrets among families, centred around a Sunday roast dinner table. The evening also includes new work by Richard Huish College Theatre Students, Taunton School Enrichment Programme performers and young people from MADD Performing Arts.
In the unquiet darkness between life and death, a lone, haunted woman tells chilling tales of the macabre and terrifying, illuminating the curious frailties of human nature…
A thriller of passion and betrayal. Agatha Christie is at the top of her game with this 1950s mystery. A peaceful weekend at Sir Henry and Lady Angkatell’s country house “The Hollow” erupts into murder.
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Birdie’s a hoarder. The neighbours call her a harridan and a harpy, although most have never even met her. They see her hoard as a hazard for house prices. But it isn’t rubbish. It’s her life’s work and it exists because years ago something deeply cherished was stolen from her; Birdie’s not been able to give up anything since.
Detective Jay Walker is dead. With no leads and a case colder than ice, it’s up to his ex-partner Patrick Wolf to bust some heads and find out who killed him…
Armed with just himself and a chair, Lewis Doherty presents WOLF. A one man cyber punk action thriller.
Welcome to the Kingdom of Skadi, a distant land, a land of adventure, and of evil. Where pillagers, pirates and barbarians do battle in a world on the brink of destruction. With the King’s daughter captured by an evil dragon, a hero must rise and collect the biggest bounty in the land. Who will survive in this quest of epic proportions and formidable consequences?
Armed with just a chair, Lewis Doherty mimes every prop, makes every sound effect and brings to life over forty characters. Immerse yourself in this larger than life, sword swinging, one man blockbuster adventure! Prepare for arrows to roll, and heads to fly!
A warm and quirky comedy about Dungeons and Dragons by Game Theatre collective Butterfingers, in Association with Cherwell Theatre Company. Sam is depressed. Zoe cannot reach him. In a last ditch attempt to save their relationship, she designs an interactive adventure for her and Sam to play- with the help of a willing audience.
Bill Crayshaw MP leads a charmed life, hailed in the corridors of Parliament, lauded in business, and loved at home. That is until he returns from a business trip to find his party agent has been killed in a terrible, tragic accident – or was it?
A thrilling adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde. Gripping, stylish and thought-provoking, this is unmissable theatre. Go on. Treat your dark side!
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