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  • Moormaid

    Marion Bott

    Berlin. Eleven past eleven. Art teacher Melissa is about to do something drastic.

    Seeking a place to hide, her ex-pupil Mehdi interrupts her momentum. Both embark on a turbulent journey, painting and battling their way through the past.

    This explosive new play about self-destruction and rebirth attempts to understand the fear currently gripping the European psyche, and the threats that may be posed by our own alienated youth.

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    £9.99

  • ‘Dearest Squirrel…’

    Peter Whitebrook, John Osborne, Pamela Lane

    A completely fresh insight into the mind of one of the UK’s greatest playwrights, the letters between John Osborne and his first wife, actress Pamela Lane, are also a love letter to a now defunct system of repertory theatre, and life in post-war Britain.

    As these letters reveal, soon after their divorce, Osborne and Lane began a mutually supportive, loyal, frequently stormy and sometimes sexually intimate alliance lasting thirty years until Osborne’s death. By the mid-1980s, they had become closer and more trusting than they had been since their earliest years together.  ‘You are for me what you always were,’ Pamela told him, ‘I am in love with you still.’  It is, he declared, ‘my fortune to have loved someone for a lifetime.’

    Acerbic, witty, candid and heartbreaking, they reveal a unique relationship, troubled, tender and enduring. 

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    £20.00

  • Devil with the Blue Dress

    Kevin Armento

    Exhuming the little blue dress that launched the biggest media circus of a generation, this barbed spin on a political drama conjures the five women who collided in what became known as The Lewinsky Scandal. Hillary Clinton and Monica Lewinsky find themselves centre stage in a theatrical feat that takes us through the corridors of power and behind the closed doors where the abuse of that power took place.

    Devil with the Blue Dress grapples with one of the most challenging questions in American political history: How do we respond to women seeking power, and the men who abuse it?

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    £9.99

  • Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok

    In-Sook Chappell, Helen Tse

    Based on Helen Tse’s bestselling novel Sweet Mandarin, this evocative new play by award-winning writer In-Sook Chappell tells the extraordinary story of the women behind the famous Manchester restaurant.

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    £9.99

  • Black Men Walking

    Testament

    A compelling, surprising new show that turns a spotlight onto Britain’s missing histories. Dedicated to the Black Men’s Walking Group.

     

    Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk.

    They walk the first Saturday of every month. Walking and talking.
    But this walk…

    Maybe they should have cancelled, but they needed the walk today. Out in the Peaks, they find themselves forced to walk backwards through two thousand years before they can move forwards.

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  • Beginners

    Tim Crouch

    Beginners tells the story of three families trapped in a waterlogged holiday cottage over summer. The children are bored. The adults are down the pub. So far so normal.

    An extraordinary Easter Holiday show for everyone who has ever wanted to be understood.

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    £9.99

  • DollyWould

    Sh!t Theatre

    Oh look, 2016 Fringe First winners Sh!t Theatre again.

    What is it this time? Oh, is it unemployment? Is there a crisis? Did the government do something wrong again?

    No, it’s a show about Dolly Parton. We fucking love her.

    Following the award-winning sell-out Letters to Windsor House – which was named one of Time Out’s top ten theatre shows of the year – Sh!t Theatre return with their bold new show. DollyWould enjoyed a 100% sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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    £9.99

  • Great Apes

    Patrick Marmion, Will Self

    Originally a novel by Will Self, Great Apes is a hilarious, disturbing and dazzlingly original take on man’s place in the evolutionary chain.

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    £9.99

  • Checkpoint Chana

    Jeff Page

    Poet Bev Hemmings is in the eye of a storm after she publishes a poem that the world seems to believe is anti-Semitic. She’s convinced she’s innocent, but everyone else – including her PA, Tamsin – wants her to apologise.

    A press interview is planned to begin her public rehabilitation, but Bev’s dying father, erratic behaviour and tendency to drink make her public contrition a complex process...

    
Checkpoint Chana examines the point where pro-Palestinian criticism of the government of Israel and anti-Semitism blur.

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  • Five Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist

    Samuel Ward

    Desperately hilarious and achingly bleak, this is an intricate and tender question mark around our attempts to encounter each other in a technologized world.

    Sam wants to tell you about five encounters he had on a site called Craigslist.

    Sam is anxious about the way he gets to know people. About the way he self-sabotages his attempts to communicate and reach out to those around him.

    Sam wants this to be a chance for you to get to know him.

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