Off the Cliff’s production of A Bench at the Edge is a dark and touching hymn to simply being "alive", but it falls short of embracing the true depth of its subject matter. read more
Crisis, What Crisis is immersive theatre at its finest. Highly commendable and piercingly relevant, it balances entertainment value with hints of the ease with which individual morals can be lost in the political machinations of Westminster read more
A short play exploring the relationship between two women, linked by their relationship to one man. Henna Night is an engaging and touching show that avoids the pitfalls of cliche. read more
The Bunker has been transformed into a London local. Experience this 'unique performative space, full of masculine energy' and all the thoughts it provokes. read more
Immerse yourself in a scintillating and sensual fairy tale feast. You are invited to the masked celebrations of the Prince at the Red Palace but be careful you don't find yourself sucked into the production's cracks and pitfalls.
Heard of The Play that Goes Wrong? Well the culprits behind it, award-winning Mischief Theatre bring the Goes Wrong Show to the BBC. Writer and performer Henry Shields tells us all about Mischief Theatre's new ventures. read more