Adult Child/Dead Child
A new version of Claire Dowie's acclaimed award winning play performed by her own company of outstanding solo performers:
and a special guest.
The Fall of the House of Usher
A new solo version of the extraordinary opera written by Van Der Graaf Generator frontman Peter Hammill based upon the Edgar Allan Poe classic and performed by 2009 Busker of the year Jamie West
Martha Gellhorn Troubles Seen
Sian Webber plays the greatest war
correspondent of the twentieth century
who also happened to be Hemmingway's
third wife ...
"provocative, glamorous, demanding,
impatient ... and funny"
written and directed by Jack Klaff
The Helen Project
Five women take you inside the myth and the
mind of the most beautiful woman in the world
Helen of Troy.
Created by Megan Cohen and Amy Clare Tasker,
The Helen Project was developed at DIVAfest
San Francisco and the New Shoots Festival 2014.
A Time To Speak
Using a diverse range of styles 8 soloists
confront complacency and address the
continuing impact of HIV today both
internationally and in the UK, from internet
dating to disability benefit claims and the
culture of silence ... its time to speak
Interlinked stories of three generations
of British women in India -
Charmian Hughes (one doing her hippy thing)
and the third her great great granny Mrs Goldney
who escaped the Indian Mutiny in 1857 ...
and kept a blog ...
Voices from The Edge
6 characters from the margins of society
around the world from Guantanamo to
Israel and Palestine and back home again
with Jamie Zubairi (Atar Hadari), Kazim
Altan, Deborah Klayman, gemskii, Eugenia
Low (Kay Adshead) and Claire Dowie.
Betty Has to Go Now!
Betty is a woman on the edge. With her
guru Betty Crocker as her guide she believes
she can bake her way to world peace, one
dictator at a time and solve all of our problems
at home too. A scintillating blend of cake and
cocktails served by our hostess Deirdre Strath.
The Pyramids of Margate
Obsessed by Dr Who, The Search for
Extra Terrestrial Intelligence and the
Polish Girl from accounts, David's life
starts to implode in the twilight world
between science fiction and science fact.
Martin Stewart's award winning play is
"entertaining and thoroughly wacky"
The Shakespeare Delusion
Award winning writer and performer
Robert Crighton presents Professor
Ashborn's latest discoveries and tells
the terrible secrets behind the man
people call Shakespeare. At last, the
true and completely true, truly true,
utterly true, true story of the delusion.
A "tour de force by Matt Robertson" in
Liam Rudden' Brighton Festival Fringe
award winning Jean Genet-
" riveting performance .. unrestrained
and physical " (The Times)
" sensational .. ferocious .. memorable "
Joyce MacMillan (The Scotsman)