Set in a flat in Kentish Town, north London, in 1982. Struggling writer Tony and his partner of five years, Greg, seem to have the perfect relationship. Committed and in love, they are both open to one-night stands as long as they don’t impinge on the relationship. But Tony is starting to yearn for something deeper, something more like monogamy. When he finds out that Greg has been having a full-blown affair with their cleaner, Robert, their differing attitudes towards love and commitment become clear.
Doubt, A Parable
John Patrick Shanley’s masterpiece is one of the most acclaimed plays in recent memory. Winning 4 Tony Awards including Best Play, named Best Play by the New York Drama Critics’ Circle, Best New Play (Drama Desk Awards) and Outstanding Play (Lucille Lortel Awards). Doubt, A Parable won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Outlaws to In-laws
Outlaws to In-Laws is an exciting new show dedicated to the triumphs and struggles, the conflict and the joys of men connecting with each other over the last six decades. From outright illegality to the advent of gay marriage.
It’s 1979 and New York’s hottest A-listers are lining up for the opening of a floating casino and discotheque. But what begins as a night of boogie fever quickly changes to panic as the ship succumbs to multiple disasters, such as earthquakes, tidal waves and infernos.
PAST: West End Bares – Excalibare
West End Bares Excalibare returned to a brand new venue on Sunday 25th September at the prestigious Novello Theatre.
Agnes, a lonely cocktail waitress, is holed-up from her violent ex-con ex-husband, seeking solace in drink and drugs. Until a stranger arrives.
PAST: WEST END BARES – TAKE OFF
This celebrity hosted annual event took place at London’s legendary Café de Paris. The show combines the naughtiness of burlesque and the razzle dazzle of the West End, featuring some of Theatreland’s hottest performers.
PAST: THE FATHER
The Father returns to London’s West End stage after a fifty year absence. It’s a great play that’s been strangely neglected.
PAST: CAN YOU SEE ME?
West End stars hold a flash mob in London’s Trafalgar Square to protest against child trafficking.
A triple bill of unique American plays that explores the extraordinary journey of women over the last century.
IN DEVELOPMENT: The Man Who Turned Into A Sofa
The Man Who Turned Into A Sofa is one family’s story of depression, because when one of you is ill, it’s not only your story that changes. There are ripples spread and multiply.
HAPPY LIKE US
This extradinary play depicts the extraordinary journey of Jasper as he resists coming to terms with his despicable deeds while incarcerated in a psychiatric facility.
Inspired by Tennessee Williams’ short story ‘Desire and the Black Masseur’, Monochrome is a wonderfully courageous and well crafted exploration of prejudice and persecution.