The Courtyard Theatre
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Maud Dromgoole's Acorn radically reimagines two mythic women in a play that explores the power of stories, and how we come to write our own. Combining dark humour with lyricism, fury and wit, projection and an original score, Acorn is an all-female underworld myth for a modern age. "I am not going to live happily ever…
- Written by: Victoria Wood
Written by Victoria Wood and based on the soap opera parody sketches that originally appeared in the Victoria Wood As Seen On TV shows.
The Bedfordshire-based group plays lively country blues with elements of contemporary Gypsy swing and roots music.
Nashville is the base of this American singer-writer who pens country material.
Live music from First Fifty.
London indie four piece.
Laish - Pendulum Swing Album Launch
It has been over three years since the critically acclaimed Obituaries album was released, now Danny Green and co are ready to share their latest work. Recorded with the guiding hand of Dave Gerard (Gerard and the Watchmen) at Watchtower Studios, London. The album is a colourful widescreen sequel exploring themes of love…
Little White Things
The London-based duo - aka David Behan & Max Bergstrom - present their indie originals.
Sasha Ilyukevich's Asylum
Sasha Ilyukevich's Asylum featuring His Highly Skilled Migrants with support from Hungarian accordionist Gabor Halasz. ASYLUM Features the dynamic sounds by the best of London's migrant artists. Kicking off with a three-month residency from 2016's BBC Introducing Artist Belarussian punk rocker Sasha Ilyukevich with his…
White Rabbit - Courtyard Theatre, London
White Rabbit is a captivating, original play about two world weary adults who discover what it means to dream and believe again. Jenny is a busy advertising producer who dare not stop for fear of showing weakness. Tom is a failed artist, so haunted by his past that he dare not start again for fear of failure. One night…