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The Leopold & Loeb Story

The Hope Theatre 2 – 20 April 2019


Artistic Director Matthew Parker chats about his tenureship at The Hope Theatre and directing this two handed, true crime gay musical about the notorious 1920s Chicago ‘Thrill Killers’ Leopold and Loeb.  Read Here


Awkward Conversations With Animals I've F*cked by Rob Hayes  

King’s Head Theatre 12 - 27 April


Interview with Linus Karp on his role as the vulnerable, lovelorn Bobby.  Squirmingly everyday awkwardness or breaking taboos?  Read Here


THE NOISES by Jacqueline Saphra

Old Red Lion Theatre 2 – 20 April


Told entirely from the perspective of a dog, The Noises is a visceral new play with innovative sound design. We find out more from mother and daughter team, writer Jacqueline Saphra and director, Tamar Saphra


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A matter of importance by India-Ines Levy

White Bear Theatre 23 – 27 April



Read our WORDPLAY interview with Lauren Cornelius who plays Fran


JANE CLEGG by St John Ervine

Finborough Pub Theatre 23 April to 18 May


Read our WORDPLAY interview with celebrated actor Sidney Livingstone (RSC, Midsummer Murders, About a Boy to name a few) who will be appearing as Mr Morrison   





Canal Café theatre every Thursday to Sunday 9.30pm


This news based song & dance sketch show is celebrating its 40th Anniversary


The Runaway Show (Ballads/Folk/Americana)

Etcetera Theatre 9 - 11 May 8.30pm


A creative ‘genius’!…maverick magazine ‘Jimmy Lee’s songs and life story come together in a show, with Jimmy, his guitar, wonderful songs and narrative linked to projected images.  



AS WE UNRAVEL by Annie Power, directed by Sassy Clyde

21 to 25 May 2019


In a rundown seaside town, after their mother dies, three sisters are forced to navigate debt, unemployment and questionable Airbnb guests in order to survive. LGBT


Precious Little 

by Madeleine George, directed by Kate Bannister

Jack Studio Theatre 29 May-15 June


Brodie, a gifted research linguist, is expecting her first child. When she receives unsettling news about the baby she carries, her girlfriend is unsympathetic and the medical profession provides few answers.

Madeleine George’s irreverent, witty and startlingly original play reveals the beauty and the limits of human language.