Members’ Productions

Days Of Significance by Roy WilliamsFrom drunken brawls to war in Iraq; who is fighting for us?  

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Normality by Jules Kleiser and Nige ReidNormality is a satirical interrogation of corporate corruption and the fragility of our aspirations, conducted with quirky humour and […]

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How Love Is Spelt by Chloe MossCharlotte Peters directs the revival of Chloe Moss’ How Love Is Spelt at the Southwark Playhouse from 4-28 Sep […]

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Too Young to Stay In, Too Old to Go Out by Nigel OsnerNigel Osner takes a quizzical look at the challenges and opportunities for those no longer young. On the one hand, […]

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The Comedies by Harry Ter HaarGlass Half Full Theatre’s ‘Series of Short Plays’ returns with The Comedies – a show of five brand new comedy shorts from […]

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Oranges & Ink by Claire Louise AmiasSarah Lawrie and Claire Louise Amias star in Claire’s new play about Nell Gwyn and Aphra Behn at the […]

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Galvanise by Helena WestermanGalvanise by Helena Westerman is presented by Rascal Theatre at the VAULT Festival from 27 Feb to 3 Mar.

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2020 Visions2020 Visions is a love story told over sixty years, starring David Mansel as Alec.

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Are You Kidding Me? by Karen BartholomewMotormouse Productions present ‘Are You Kidding Me?’ by Karen Bartholomew. A short play for Cockpit Pound Night 18 Feb […]

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Jeannie by Aimée StuartNicolette Kay directs this brand new revival of a forgotten classic, for its first London production in 80 years at the Finborough Theatre.

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A Christmas Carol by Anne DaltonMichael Gabe stars as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at the Forum Theatre Billingham in November. 

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Timeless by Brian CoyleJohn Rayment performs the solo play Timeless, written by Brian Coyle, directed by Charlie Peters, at Theatre N16, 1-4th […]

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

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