Members’ Productions

The Peregrine by Philip HoltWe all come from somewhere. Then we choose… Jonathan McGarrity in new play by Philip Holt at the Stockwell […]

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Giving Up Marty By Karen Bartholomew‘Don’t you want to find your Birth Mother?’ ‘It’s history, what’s the point of raking up the past?’ But […]

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Fast by Kate BartonMember company Digital Drama presents this dark new psychological drama at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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Translations by Brian FrielNigel Fairs performs in Brian Friel’s Translations at the National Theatre until 11 August.

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Allelujah! by Alan BennettCleo Sylvestre performs in Alan Bennett’s new play, directed by Nicholas Hytner, playing at the Bridge Theatre 11 Jul […]

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Consent by Nina RaineDavid Mildon understudies in Consent by Nina Raine at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 6 Jul.

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Kinky Boots (UK Tour)Andy Watkins has just been cast in the upcoming UK tour of the acclaimed musical by Cyndi Lauper and […]

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Punchdrunk’s Small WondersErin Geraghty stars in Punchdrunk’s latest offering at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre until 13 July.  

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The Pendle Witch by Lexi WolfeFor 1 night only at the wonderfully intimate venue of Treadwell’s Books, Covent Garden…  

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Damaged Goods by Rosalind AdlerRosalind Adler‘s new play, Damaged Goods, premieres in the Playmill festival at the King’s Head Theatre, co-produced by Sarah […]

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The Gift of the Gab by Simon David EdenJust a number of performances left to catch the OFFIE Nominated premiere showcase run of Producer Helena Michell & […]

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Warrior: Part One DaughterhoodKat-Anne Rogers performs in the first of the Warrior pieces.

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H.R. Haitch by Luke Bateman and Maz EvansSofi Berenger, Iris Theatre, and Shrapnel Theatre present a right royal musical comedy this May.

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Bismillah! (An ISIS Tragicomedy)Sofi Berenger and Iris theatre preset Bismillah! (An ISIS Tragicomedy)

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The Yellow Wallpaper by Ruby LawrenceDave Spencer directs the headliner of the Omnibus Theatre’s Summer Season, Whispers From The Walls.

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Vincent River by Philip RidleyCelia Dugua in association with Park Theatre presents Vincent River by Philip Ridley, directed by Robert Chevara. Louise Jameson […]

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Absolute Hell by Rodney AcklandAn intoxicating plunge into post-war Soho. Fiz Marcus plays Cook and Ensemble.

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