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The Bear/The Proposal
- Directed by: Lucy J Skilbeck
- Written by: Michael Frayn (translation)
Genesis Award winner Lucy J Skilbeck directs a company of queer and trans performers in an audacious reimagining of two of Chekhov's wryest comedies about heroines who must put the family's financial security before love, which have been translated for the stage by Michael Frayn.
Living With The Lights On
- Directed by: Ramin Gray
- Written by: Mark Lockyer
A solo performance by Mark Lockyer about an actor living on the edge of sanity, who ruminates on his emotional breakdown whilst performing as Mercutio at the RSC and fiery personal relationships. Directed by Ramin Gray. Contains strong language.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
- Directed by: Joe Hill-Gibbins
- Written by: William Shakespeare
Director Joe Hill-Gibbins and designer Johannes Schutz evoke the wild energy of a house party for this bold reimagining of Shakespeare's otherworldly fantasy of nightmarish visions and dark desires.
Once In A Lifetime
- Directed by: Richard Jones
- Written by: Christopher Hart (adapt)
Hollywood, 1930. The first-ever talking motion picture is a smash hit. Suddenly every actor needs a voice. Three New Yorkers head west to open an elocution school. But in a city heaving with clueless ingenues, all-powerful studio moguls and neurotic screenwriters, success is trickier than it sounds. Misadventures abound.
Sat 10 Dec
See Me Now
- Directed by: Mimi Poskitt
- Written by: Molly Taylor
Male, female and transgender sex workers, who cater to London's desires, share their painful and touching true stories in a revealing work devised by the cast, writer Molly Taylor and director Mimi Poskitt. A Young Vic, Look Left Look Right and HighTide co-production
- Directed by: Nancy Medina
- Written by: Dael Orlandersmith
Alma and Eugene friendship deepens into something more intense but new emotions reveal unexpectedly powerful racial tensions in Dael Orlandersmith's coruscating portrait of twisted love and domestic violence. Directed by Nancy Medina.