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Let's Get lost 29th-31st July 7:30
In a quiet seaside town, newcomer Alfie finds the mysterious Wez asleep on what turns out to be her older brother's grave. An unlikely friendship between the two propels them towards a series of events that will change their lives forever.
Inspired by JM Barrie's Peter Pan, resident company Exploding Whale Theatre present 'Let's Get Lost;' a modern tale of the rejection of adult life come too soon, and a retreat into the safety of childhood.
“It's just not fun here anymore, and what's the point if it's not fun.”
This is a special event presented by Katzpace's resident company and will take place in the main bier hall of Katzenjammers.
5th - 8th August 7.30pm
A window into the life of, ‘Charlie’, a young woman who is stuck in a web of self love, self hate and every other ’self’ based concept. As her sense of identity begins to unravel, what will happen when she begins to see the world around her for the first time?
19th - 20th August
Glasgow, at night: two women meet. They are both on the riverbank looking for an escape. Joy isn't a typical kind of punter but has she met her match in the face of Grace’s unwavering goodwill and humour?
2nd & 3rd September 7.30pm
Josephe and Phylisse Doom are in love. And their love will last til the end of the world. But that might not be very long - not if their own predictions comes true. Because something bad, they say, is going to happen. Soon.
OCTOBER 28TH - 31ST // 7:30 // £10
A US nuclear submarine crew who, having gone through and been part of a Nuclear Apocalypse one month previous, are now slowly going insane as they try to survive with each other hundreds of feet below sea level.
A sixty minute Tour De Farce through the darkness of the human psyche; A crude dark comedy brought to you by Artshole Productions.
DISCLAIMER: Much to our regret, there are no actual chimps in this show. Just five chumps.
SEPTEMBER 11TH // 7:30 // £10
Controlled Chaos Theatre Company return to Katzpace to present a fun, relaxed night of new writing, featuring stand alone short plays and excerpts from full plays.
Chaos Nights (Volume 2) aims to bring together some of the best emerging writers, directors and actors from across the UK and beyond!
Come along and support these exciting new works, then join us in the bar for a drink and a chat!
SEPTEMBER 16TH // 7:30 // £7
The BEST improvised comedy in London's coolest BIERKELLER!
MUSIC BOX improvises a different one-act comedy musical every show. Songs stories and characters emerge from nothing! All you would want from a comedy show, combined with all you would want from a musical, made up on the spot. Join Music Box on an epic musical adventure where nothing is impossible!
“This one’s brilliant.” (Fringe Guru)
“Lively, sharp, superior improvised fun!” (Remote Goat)
“Chemistry between cast meant it was like funniest night with friends” (Camden New Journal)
PLUS **THE INFLATABLES**
THE INFLATABLES - Turning your suggestions into mad quick-fire scenes and games.
"The Inflatables are masters of performing improv games. I’ve not seen anybody do this better." (Midlands Improv)
OCTOBER 10TH, 14-17TH & 21ST-24TH // 2:30 & 7:30 // £14/£12
Resident company Exploding Whale return with their snappy 5***** revival of William Shakespeare's'Much Ado About Nothing'. Directed by Ellie Morris, Member of the Olivier Award winning Mischief Theatre.
This abridged modern twist on one of Shakespeare's most loved comedies was a sell-out hit in 2015. Packed full of laughs, life and love, Exploding Whale's adaptation is completely accessible to all audiences - whether it's your 1st Shakespeare show or you 100th.
About The Show
The setting has been moved from Shakespeare's Messina to the world of a contemporary office, combining social comedy with all the sexual tensions generated by the unavoidable proximity of the environment and the impossibility of privacy.
Young lovers Claudio and Hero, have their upcoming marriage jeopardised by the schemes of a jealous and manipulative executive, Don John. Meanwhile the apparently cynical and detached pair of sparring-partners Beatrice and Benedick, bicker hilariously back and forth, disguising their unrealised love for each other behind a facade of lightning-quick banter.
As stock taking looms and the workload becomes increasingly heavy, everyone is desperate for an excuse to release the stress and tension. A wedding would be ideal but will one ever happen?