Bowjangles aren't just a sting quartet. They dance whilst they play. They sing whilst they play. They leap, tumble, juggle and joke whilst they play. This show also contains traces of ABBA. So yeah, you can't miss it. August 6-12th, 14-26th.
Briefs are back with a brand new show, 'Close Encounters' and it's going to be just as amazing. Expect interstellar aerials, incredible artistry, sharp social commentary and warp-speed strippers from outer space. August 6th-26th.
Gingzilla: Glamonster vs the World presents gender equality and femininity from the 1950s to now. But with glitter, fun, and lots and lots of laughter thrown in the mix for good measure. Like both equality AND drag? This is for you, hun. August 6th-26th.
Hot Brown Honey is a heart-warming and hilarious celebration of intersectional feminism. With lashings of sass and a hot pinch of empowerment, walk out of the theatre feeling incredible. August 6th-27th.
Written and performed by Maddie Rice, the critically acclaimed star of the smash-hit Fleabag UK, 'Pickle Jar' is a debut play focusing on how to get through life when yours is falling apart. August 5th-13th, 15th-26th.
James Rowland's best friends, Sarah and Emma, asked him for his sperm. This is the tale of what happened after he gave it to them. A storytelling show about love, faith and trying to do the right thing. August 7th-12th, 14th-19th, 21st-26th.
Nigel Slater’s Toast is a new play based on his award-winning autobiography. Touching on topics such as growing up in the 60s and sexuality struggles, his tale is told through taste and smell. August 7th-26th.
The Pretend Men are back in town with their globally acclaimed comedy blockbuster Police Cops in Space: an 80s low-fi sci-fi set in the most dangerous place on Earth... These lads are funny. Like, REALLY funny. Not one to miss. August 6th-26th.