An outstanding performance piece for one female actor, Chef questions our attitudes to food, prisoners, violence, love and hope.
Inspired by workshops with ex-inmates of women’s prisons and an interview with Michelin-starred chef Ollie Dabbous, Chef tells the gripping story of how one woman … more
An outstanding performance piece for a strong female actor, Dry Ice (from The Clean Collection) offers a single actor the opportunity to inhabit many characters, weaving surreal and magical stories together. Nina, a young stripper, takes us on her startling journey via the many characters … more
A genuine tour de force for a strong female actor, Josephine and I is a moving and historically-fueled piece that links the past to the present.
From the ragtime rhythms of St Louis and the intoxicating sounds of 1920s Paris to present-day London, Josephine and I intertwines the story of a … more
A tender and powerful play for a solo female actor, My Name is Saoirse is a coming-of-age drama about lost innocence and growing up prematurely.
1987: Johnny Logan has just won the Eurovision, mobile phones are about to be invented and, in Limerick, Saoirse O’Brien is sick of her best … more
Sarah Cameron and Suzy Willson’s adaptation of The Red Chair experiments with playful language and emphasized physicality in a way rarely seen on stage.
Told in saucy Scots dialect, The Red Chair tells the surreal story of a father who eats and eats until he turns into his chair, a wife … more