What’s On

There’s loads going on across our area – if we’re missing something why not add it to the site?

Led by the all-powerful Gamemaster, our heroes will search for treasure, battle deadly foes, and struggle against evil to save the world!

We all want to meet people from history. The trouble is everyone is dead! So it’s time to prepare yourselves for a special production of Horrible Histories featuring MORE of your favourite characters from our barmy…

Viki Browne presents a touching, humorous and joyous show about asking for help after her world was shattered by mental ill health

Anthony Neilson’s renowned reconstruction of the lives of Edward Gant’s Victorian travelling circus performers.

Kelvin Players introduce iconic play ‘The Vagina Monologues’ This year is the 20th anniversary of the Vagina Monologues which was written by Eve Ensler and then developed and premiered at HERE Arts Center and was followed by an Off-Broadway run in the late 1990s. Eve Ensler is an award winning playwright, performer and activist. Through the not for profit bodies V Day and One Billion Rising, which campaign to end violence against women and girls globally, she has helped to raise over $100 million in nineteen years.

Sundays at The Wardrobe Theatre: Stimulate your Sunday brain by coming down to Sharp Teeth’s monthly night of many genres

The Death Show is a darkly comic journey of discovery and contemplation, exploring our universal relationships with death and dying. Why are we afraid of the inevitable? Why are we anxious about how we are remembered? Do we really need a tweet from the Dalai Lama to show the world we lived a good life? 

A brilliantly fun interactive storytelling show for ages 3-8 and their families, presented by Katie Storer and Simon Panrucker

The unplanned, unscripted & unconventional cult comedy show continuing the world’s longest improvised narrative every other Monday

Milk Poetry is happy to have the delightful Jemima Foxtrot bring her brand new show to our shores. Above the Mealy Mouthed Sea: Fusing poetry and song, the writer of the award-winning Unholy Mess return with a funny, strange and poignant play about growing up and inescapable truths

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