She's Diverse collaboratingwith Full Sail Productions presents
by Valerie Isaiah Sadoh directed by Diana Mumbi
Winner of The Bread & Roses Emerging Companies Award 2017!
15 - 19 August
A journey of rehabilitation for one young feminist who opens a Pandora'sBox of hurt and pain. In a melodic yet naturalist style, we follow Blaire as she loses herself in the fight for equality whilst throwing a spanner in the works of the relationship of her best friend and boyfriend. But all is not so grim. This play is jam packed with sarcasm and wit as life shows us that even in the toughest of times, there is something to laugh about.
Little but Fierce presents
Puppy by Naomi Westerman - directed by Rafaella Marcus - Runner-up of The Bread & Roses Emerging Companies Award 2017!
20 & 21 August
Two young women meet late one night in a car park, and immediately fall in love... while being watched by all their friends, enthusiastic recreational doggers ("it's a hobby, like -- it's mostly social"). Together they explore the boundaries of their sexualities and the world of feminist porn. But this cosy little world is shattered by new proposed legislation, intent on outlawing female pleasure! The valiant lovers become fighters in a battle for their rights and vaginas.
Puppy is an outrageous, sex-positive, feminist sex comedy about dogging, lesbianism, feminism, feminist porn, periods, period porn, protest, the patriarchy, British values, and Nick Clegg.
eurus ops theatre company and One Night Stand Productions presents
Goethe + Christiane
by Joseph Prestwich
22 - 26 August
Goethe. Genius poet, playwright, scientist, and statesman. Dissatisfied, stilted, stuck. The desire for change. The search for meaning. The heat of Italy, love, friendship and sex. Even geniuses make fools of themselves sometimes. eurus ops and One Night Stand present the moment that irrevocably changed the life of Germany’s greatest writer.
How can one be reborn, and what will be the cost?
Another Soup presents
by Ron Elisha - directed by Dave Spencer
29 August - 16 September
One couple is always naked - one couple is always watching.
In a co-production with The So & So Arts Club, Another Soup presents Window, an honest portrayal of young married life, and what can happen when the everyday is constantly interrupted by the unexpected. Written by a winner of four Australian Writers’ Guild Awards, Ron Elisha's latest offering of minutely-observed domesticity and voyeurism promises to be an exploration of emotional truth like no other. Directed by the award-winning Dave Spencer and starring Idgie Beau and Charles Warner, this is at once a diverting and unnerving piece of new writing.
Window is guaranteed to leave you smirking long into the night, while you lie awake in bed wondering what your neighbours might be getting up to.
Also at the Bread and Roses:
The Roses Cabaret
The Bread & Roses Theatre's brand new regular comedic burlesque & cabaret night! Presenting a line-up of some of London's funniest cabaret artists - not to be missed!
In-house new writing scratch night The Platform
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