Jacky Colliss Harvey presents a captivating history of red hair through the ages, drawing on science, religion, politics, literature and art.
Writer/performer Gary McNair’s acclaimed monologue weaves a classic coming-of-age story with a pinpoint deconstruction of the darker side of stand-up comedy.
An engaging and evocative new play about the civil rights movement by award-winning playwright Lisa Evans, director Natalie Wilson, and the nationally renowned Theatre Centre.
A highly visual double bill of eclectic dance from Shobanah Jeyasingh. Come and see Strange Blooms, a piece inspired by the cellular life of plants and Material Men, a virtuoso piece of the Indian diaspora.
Uncompromising yet utterly accessible, May-We-Go-Round? is a collision of fiercely energetic dance and comedic theatre, taking audiences on the bitter sweet ride of romance.
The Observer restaurant critic examines our love affair with lousy restaurant reviews.
A frank, funny and provactive look at the trials and tribulations of modern life, seen through the eyes of a young black woman.
Shoreham Wordfest present the world premiere of a first ever one-man show by celebrated Caribbean-British poet/performer, John Agard, directed by Mark C. Hewitt.
THE GLADIATORS are in the arena since 1967, when Albert Griffiths formed the band of which the name was suggested in a bus by a passenger that had just seen the movie Ben Hur.
An all new, all blonde evening of true diva style.