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A puppet's journey with Motor Neurone Disease, and his pet fish - brought to Greenwich in an acclaimed co-production between Smoking Apples, Little Cauliflower and Red Threaders. After being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, Ted goes on a trip of a lifetime... and so does his pet fish. CELL is an acclaimed new collaboration between three exciting emerging theatre companies, using puppetry to explore a physically degenerative disease.
Christie in Love is a unique telling of the events leading up to the murder of seven women and the subsequent hanging of John Reginald Christie; a story which gripped and shocked the tabloid-reading public of post-war Britain. Without seeking to over dramatise these events, Howard Brenton succeeds in depicting the brutality of murder in both surreal and real terms. The juxtaposition of comedy and violence makes for an unsettling, macabre experience, leaving the audience to draw its own conclusions.
Part of the From Devon With Love Festival
Welcome to Winton, a darkly-tinged town where all is not as it seems. A quiet place where routine rules and the clock reigns. Here snow falls but its meaning is lost. Things slip away but no-one seems to notice... In the depths of this town with a tick, Edgar feels empty. He has forgotten how to live. He has forgotten what he has lost. But one day, when a forbidden door is tentatively pushed, a memory is stirred, and everything changes.
This Winter, come into the cosy basement of The Bike Shed Theatre and Join The Wardrobe Ensemble on a physical, musical, magical journey of discovery, empty photo frames and stolen memories. An epic adventure into the known but unknown, the familiar unfamiliar; The Land of Lost.
Playful, kaleidoscopic and horrific, Filter's radical version of Macbeth takes you on a strange, funny and scintillating journey to the epicentre of the "heat-oppressed brain". "Whence is that knocking? How is it with me, when every noise appals me?" A demarcated area on stage. Witches operate a strange collection of electronic musical apparatus. Macbeth is invited in to play. Filter's radical version of Macbeth fuses Shakespeare's corrosive, psychological thriller about ambition, power, witchcraft and sanity with innovative sound and music
Running time: 75mins (no interval). Recommended for aged 14+
This is a rip-roaring account of Fleabag, a twenty-something female trying to find her place in the world. With an incredible original score, we follow Fleabag's journey through life, love and work. Fleabag is an anti-heroine, a refreshingly unique example of today's modern woman. It's like meeting a friend for an up-close and personal chat. This is comedy story-telling at its very best with all the unspoken nitty-gritty of real life.
Running time: 1hr. Age 16+. Strong language, sexual references
What happens when a glamorous French actress and her hapless assistant put on a show based on the Hollywood film, Gladiator? A boundary-breaking new production from France's undisputed queen of tragic theatre.
Supported by Arts Council England with support from the Tobacco Factory. Ages: 12+ (contains some swearing)
Marie was no ordinary woman? at fifteen, when her mother died, she raised her siblings, learnt 4 different languages including Esperanto, got a degree, became a prize-winning cook, dancer, gymnast, swimmer, fencer, bob-sledder and canoed from Paris to Germany. However, she longed for something more. She longed to fly. Come on an odyssey of the skies and discover the incredible life and adventures of one of France's first female aviators, otherwise known as 'The Fiancee of Danger.' This is a magical tale of a young woman's yearning for unbound freedom. The greatest story that history ever forgot.
Suitable for children aged 7-107
A comic drama about adolescent schoolboys. A group of bright, funny sixth-form boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university. A maverick English teacher at odds with the young and shrewd supply teacher. A headmaster obsessed with results, and a history teacher who thinks he's a fool.
Infinity Pool takes the anniversary of the publication of Madame Bovary - a novel that scandalized France - as the starting point for this tragi-comic love story. In the sticky, polyester heat of summer on a Devonshire trading estate Emma Barnicott dreams of a life beyond the dusty venetian blinds of her office. Voicemails unanswered, bills unopened, Emma whiles away the tedious hours looking at luxury honeymoons for her imaginary marriage to a man she's never met. When her online lover suggests meeting, Emma's elaborate web of debt and deceit begins to pull her stable world apart.
Preceded by Daily Dismissals, a short play by Christine Roberts
A tender and pertinent portrayal of rural life, unemployment, friendship and a cow called Sandy. Set in the heart of the countryside, the work tells the story of two men in their twenties; Paul, who can't find a job, and Snowy, who can't find himself. Inspired in part by the playwright's own experience of growing up in the countryside, the story explores the realities of life and opportunity for those at the beginning of adulthood, and the pressures facing young people living in rural communities today.
Running time: 1hr 10mins. Suitable for ages: 15+
From Made In China sideman and author of the award-winning 'punk-opera' The Inconsiderate Aberrations of Billy the Kid comes a tale of paranoia and ultra-violence, a cartoon romance and a midnight movie for the mind's eye. Chock-full of gonzo humour and apocalyptic imagery, This is How We Die is a motor-mouthed solo performance and a blood-soaked love letter to the depraved, the depressed and the death-obsessed.
Running time: 75mins. Suitable for ages 16+.