Members’ Productions

The Brighton Killers by Nigel FairsNigel Fairs’ 368 Theatre Company and Kat Rogers‘ KatAlyst Productions present a new play, “The Brighton Killers”, in the Old Police […]

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When Love Grows Old by Giles ColeGiles Cole writers and presents The Romance of the Century and The Weatherman at the Brighton Fringe.  

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Spill: A Verbatim Show About Sex“Bloody hell, erm… I have no idea, I have never tried to describe an orgasm before. It’s like a […]

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Medea, The Outcast by Ovlyakuli KhodajkuliYuldosh Juraboev produces this thrilling new take on the classic tale at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre.

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Jerusalem Tango by Pat RoweAriella Eshed of Tik-sho-ret Theatre company directs this staged reading of Pat Rowe’s play, which shines a light on […]

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Drowning On Dry Land by Alan AyckbournJohn Craggs plays in Alan Ayckbourn’s coruscatingly acid and funny play at the New Wimbledon Theatre.  

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Threads by David Lane    A production by Arteria Theatre, supported and co-produced by Time Zone Theatre, directed by Pamela Schermann

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Spring Offensive by Victoria WillingTerri-Ann Brumby performs in this brilliantly fresh dark comedy at the Omnibus Clapham.  

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Incident At Vichy by Arthur MillerGethin Alderman is one of a cast of 13 in the first professional London production in over 50 years.

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Improbable Fiction by Alan AyckbournSarah Lawrie and Ben Porter play in this fantastical comedy at The Mill At Sonning.

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Austerity by Mike EllistonEdmund Dehn plays Winston Churchill among others in this Brechtian political work-in-development.

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Men Without Friends by Robert CohenRobert Cohen will be performing three one-man shows, back-to-back, as part of the Hove Grown Festival.  

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Two Sisters by Gail LouwNorma Cohen stars in a critically acclaimed comic play by Gail Louw  

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Gone For A Burton by Norma CohenRehearsed reading of Norma Cohen’s new play, directed by Jake Murray (Strindberg’s Women, Jermyn Street Theatre; Royal Exchange, Manchester; […]

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Caste by T.W. RobertsonCelebrating the 150th anniversary of the Victorian classic by T. W. Robertson

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Murder, Margaret & Me by Phillip MeeksPhilip Meeks’s play Murder, Margaret & Me closes this Saturday up at the York Theatre Royal, and stars Susie […]

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The Fiddler On The Roof by Joseph Stein, Jerry Bock, and Sheldon HarnickRave reviews are coming in for The Fiddler On The Roof, which Zelina Rebeiro is currently playing in at […]

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The Masks of Aphra Behn by Claire Louise AmiasAphra Behn – spy, writer and female libertine – a one-woman show.

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Constellations by Nick PayneCharlotte Peters is directing Constellations, which opens down at the Bread and Roses Theatre tomorrow. It’s a beautiful award-winning […]

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You’re Human Like the Rest of Them by B.S. JohnsonThree short plays by B.S. Johnson Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays at the Finborough Theatre March 5th-21st 2017

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Opera In The City submissionsOpera In The City is a wonderful festival coming in August down at Bridewell Theatre. It is an initiative […]

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A Dark Night In Dalston by Stewart PermuttTim Stark returns to the Park Theatre to direct this funny and touching new play by award-winning writer Stewart […]

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The Comedy Project 2017Ros Adler’s Judgment Day (which she is also in) is on 13 March as part of The Comedy Project […]

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OrbitsOrbits, by Wally Sewell, follows the planet-sized egos of left wing German playwright Bertolt Brecht and Hollywood film star […]

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The Significant Other Festival 10×10 minute plays, 10 writers, 10 directors and 30 actors – all in 10 days. Pat Garrett takes part.

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Women and War: EXODUS Applications openWe are looking for eight featured companies for the main programme, as well as artists and activists of all kinds […]

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