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APRIL - MAY 2019
MAY 12th-15th // 7:30 // £10
Presented by Pink Freud Theatre and friends
'Erase Erase Erupt' is a new festival of in-development queer and feminist theatre and performance. Across four evenings artists will explore queerness, sexual violence, gender identity and more in a range of mediums: theatre, spoken word, song, cabaret, drag. Expect a glorious programme of work from exciting emerging artists, pushing the boundaries of form and content, learning, discovering and exploding.
It is time for the voices of those who are usually erased, to erupt.
Line-up includes 'Fight. Flight. Freeze. Fuck.' (sold out at DARE Festival 2018), spoken word poetry from members of the Roundhouse Poetry Collective 2018-19, and cabaret and drag performers from across London.
Full programme to be announced.
MAY 19TH // 7:00 // £10
Our in-house scratch night is back! A night devoted to giving exceptional writers, directors, and actors space to show their work. Be prepared for a whirlwind of drama, laughs and tears throughout six incredibly different but enormously engaging pieces.
Grace Howarth - She Is Taken Lightly
Joesph Martin - The Kitchen
Benjamin Peel - Singin’ For Engerland
John Hill - Instructions Not Included
Jamie Moore - Paper Chain
Eloïse Poulton & Elinor Lipman - Bad Aunts
MAY 20TH // 7:30 // £10
Union & Separation
“We need to talk about Brexit.” Is pretty much the last thing anybody wants to hear at the moment or ever again! But with the B word dominating the headlines and permeating deep within our very souls, the company asked writers to submit plays written on a theme of ‘union’ or ‘separation’. Let’s try and talk about leaving the EU without actually talking about it.
Controlled Chaos Theatre Company returns to Katzpace for their third edition of Chaos Nights. A night of new writing bringing together actors, directors and writers from around the UK and beyond and putting their talent centre stage.
June 2nd-5th // 7:30 // £10
“What happens after you die?”
“Well, that’s the great mystery isn’t it?”
“What happens after you die…”
A man wakes up in a room, drunk, scared and alone, with no idea where he is or how he got there. Until he meets Death. Death might be able to answer that for him. In Teddy Morris’s play-writing debut, 'You’re Dead, Mate' is a sharp-witted and volatile journey through the final stages of life and an exploration to see what can be found amidst the chaos of coming to terms with mortality.