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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

Multi award-winner Kieran Hurley weaves a picture of a familiar city at its moment of destruction, asking what would we do if we found ourselves at the end of our world as we know it – presented by Show And Tell

Ever felt like you were a princess in a fairytale of tinder-ella and the seven twats? Me too.

The first all-female Cyr troupe, Alula’s debut Hyena explodes onto the UK circus scene in a whirlwind of women, wheels, acrobatics and song.

Launch Day is a celebration of the working class shipbuilding in all its industrial glory. Inspired by the paintings of Alexander Millar, Kelly – Abbott Dance Theatre crafts exciting and powerful movement, combined with an enchanting soundtrack featuring music by Mark Knopfler and Irish composer Breifne Holohan.

Our phenomenally popular compere CERYS NELMES is returning as your host for the evening and will introduce a star-studded line-up that includes KATE SMURTHWAITE, ATHENA KUGBLENU (pictured), AMY MASON and the incomparable ADA CAMPE.

Polly Stenham’s searing debut about family disfunction.

An evening of contemporary dance theatre presented by Untold Dance Theatre. An inter-generational cast of seven women delve deep, dissect and spit out what it is to experience lack of confidence and self esteem. Through comedy and darkness the story is told. “Courageous and inspiring, this company has legs!” audience member Supported by Arts Council England

1913. Revolution stings the air. In an orchard two women meet in secret. Their actions have divided them. What happens when the two women are suffrage leaders; Emmeline Pankhurst and Millicent Fawcett? ‘The Cause’ considers the impact of a lifetime of political campaigning on an individual. Asking how far would you go for what you believe in?

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