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We are currently working our little bootayyys off to bring you this revival. It’s been a lot of blood, sweat, and (good) tears these last few weeks.
There’s a lot in store, so make sure you don’t miss out! Tix link above this video - bring your friends! Bring your enemies! Bring everyone!!! Bring ‘em to this glorious cacophony of teenage angst, this pure eruption of athleticism, this symphony female JOY.
Catch our wonderful Chenise in this two-woman show!
Touring around the UK between the 14th of Feb and the 3rd of March!
Will she stop the baby crying, exact revenge on the school bully, fall in love and be loved, protest to change the world, accept advice from her mother’s friends, come to terms with an unexpected illness, and grow old with dignity? Come and see.
Loosely inspired by The Seven Ages of Man speech in Shakespeare’s As You Like It, SHE is an enthralling new play, comprised of seven short plays, for two versatile actors playing over fourteen characters.
Charting the experiences of different women from childhood to old age, these stories, each with an intriguing twist, are visceral, poignant, and laced with humour.
★★★★★ “She is a tableau of growth, of the knowledge that comes with age, and a fascinating analysis of the human condition.” The Guardian
Book tickets to see Andy in this biting satire about the contemporary entertainment world!
2nd-4th of Feb, at Canal Café Theatre!
At a prestigious London theatre, the stage is set for an ambitious reimagining of Tennessee Williams’ classic A Streetcar Named Desire – rising star director Pierce Mitchell has dug into the racial undertones of the original to craft an incisive new vision. However, the theatre’s board have instructed Candie Woodley, the Artistic Director who made it all possible, to force Pierce in a new direction that better suits the topics they think audiences care about. Caught in the middle, Candie must enlist the help of her number-two, Lea Celeste, and concoct a solution at the last minute.
Brimmer-Beller’s Streetcar-themed play premiered in 2022 as a double-bill with Press (★★★★★ “Fringe theatre does not get much better than this” – The Violet Curtain), and returns this year with more relevance than ever.
Catch 'PRESS' in Pleasance Courtyard at The Edinburgh Fringe!
17th-29th August, 12:45pm
Starring our very own Kaia Hickon and Alexandra Clare!
When two film producers learn their prestigious, Oscar-bait Civil War movie cast a white actor in a role meant for a Black actor, they frantically try to avoid public scrutiny by any means necessary.
Written & directed by Nathaniel Brimmer-Beller
★★★★★ "Genius" - Broadway Baby
★★★★★ “A wonderful set-up and it delivers in every manner." - The Violet Curtain
★★★★½ "Some of the loudest laughs of this year’s Fringe.” - Theatre Scotland
★★★★ "A timely piece of satire if there ever was one.” - The Wee Review
★★★★ “Incisive and entertaining."- AllEdinburgh Theatre