Bread and Roses Theatre, Clapham Fringe 12th – 14th October 2018
Like a lot of people their age, twins Jacob and Sam went to Uni. They’re not sure why. It just seemed like the only thing to do at the time.
Whilst Jacob decides to quit after the first year to ‘find himself’, only to end up trapped in a chain of 0-hour contracts, Sam sticks it out… only to graduate and find herself doing the same. But new hope arrives for Sam when she attends her first protest in London. Caught up in the whirlwind of Occupy and Momentum, could she have found a solution to all this mess? And could Jacob, intent on unravelling the mysteries of the universe, have accidentally stumbled upon the meaning of life itself? Or are they caught in a reality that’s completely set up against them?
Like Lions is an intimate and authentic look at the complexities and crises surrounding the millennial generation, from rent prices to Brexit to Instagram. The piece has been developed from a series of workshops around the UK with 25-34-year-olds that gave participants the space to share their hopes, fears, and thoughts about the future of society.
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?
The Space, East London 13th – 17th March 2018
‘An incredible feat… Leaves no stone unturned ★★★★’ – LondonTheatre1
‘It is impossible not to catch their infectious enthusiasm’ – A Younger Theatre
‘The movements the cast create are arresting’ – The Upcoming
Worcestershire, 1943: Four boys find a human skull hidden in a tree.Police then discover the partial skeleton of a female. Despite countless enquiries, the woman cannot be identified. Until the messages appear.
Tracing a case that has baffled investigators for 70 years, Pregnant Fishhave been given access to police documents in order to solve this murder on stage.
A mystery that stretches from Birmingham to Berlin, from Nazi spy rings to witchcraft, this is the perfect show for fans of ‘Making a Murderer’, ‘My Favourite Murder’ and other True Crime.
Supported by Worcester Archives and Archaeology Service.