Strangers: A Magic Play II, the first show to blend magic and theatre, returns to the Hackney Showroom in London this July prior to its run at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Some girls would do anything to be on stage. This is Boys Club: a gender-bending satire on inequality by Two Tongue Theatre, coming to Jackson’s Lane as part of their Postcards Festival 2017.
When it comes down to it, children are pretty shit at most stuff. As adults, especially as relatives, we sit through their talent shows, their sports games or their music recitals as they scratch away at the violin, miss an open goal or belt out Ariana Grande (even though the backing track is for a Taylor Swift song). We clap and applaud and boost their ego with platitudes. But they’re shit… for the most part.
Witt ’n Camp are on the run for crimes of public indecency, but they’re still putting on a show at Live at Zedel, jail be damned.
Acclaimed Australian circus artist Jess Love brings her award-winning macabre and funny solo show, And The Little One Said, to London for a limited run.