A Few Forms of Fury is a piece of comic new writing, reimagining the revenge goddesses of Greek myth as bureaucratic office-workers.
With a majority female cast, live music and explosions of colour, this version of Shakespeare’s problem play is about what it means to be a rebel.
In our changing world, all sorts of quirky animals are facing problems only humans can create or fix. This improvised comedy play explores the fate of a surreal and endangered animal (such as the "fluffy-kneed flamingo") created by audience suggestions on the...
Ünkel und Gårf are the most popular mime artists in the former Soviet State of Orgislavia. Or, at least, they were.
Boys, set in the tense limbo of a student kitchen, observes the frustrations of four men and two women on the brink of moving on but failing to transition into an adulthood they don’t feel prepared for. A Barclay’s poster propped in the corner reads ‘We’ll loa...
Hero-Man: Champion of Justice is a thrilling new comedy rock opera written by Raymond Douglas following the zany (yet tragic) misadventures of Hero-Man, his best friend Tim, and his talking dog Zap, as they stand alone against the forces of darkness.
Old Fashioned is an exciting new play by Felix Westcott which aims to examine and dissect the social structures that sustain the lives of the rich and unhappy.
Aussies Chad and Brad are on trial. Whilst on their gap year, they robbed a bank at (BB) gunpoint in the ski town of Vail, Colorado… whilst wearing their name tags from work.
This exciting new interpretation from University of Oxford student company Such is Life Productions offers you the chance to experience this classic drama up close and explores the play’s relevance to the society we live in sixty years after it was written.