From Friday 21 September to Sunday 23 September 2018:
Monday 24 September 2018:
Mon 24 Sep 2018, 19:30 - Pleasance Theatre, Londoncircus of brilliant buffoons and marvellous misfits to the main stage of the Pleasance to let them run
... free, foolish and fabulous.
Some of our acts this outing will be; The rapping rapscallion: Ali Ward... , Clown prince of cabaret: Andrew Pepper, Super sealion shenanigans: Bang Average Theatre, Part of the... : OopLaa Theatre, Two fine fools of fortune: Tom & Simon’s Moodboard, with more to be confirmed
Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 September 2018:
Thursday 27 and Friday 28 September 2018:
Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September 2018:
Pleasance Theatre, Londonaward nominated actor. As seen and heard on BBC Radio 4, BBC Ouch, BBC 5 Live, Time Out Magazine and
... **** Edinburgh shows. Her debut show, A Poke in the Eye, has played to sold out performances, **** reviews and... transfer to Soho Theatre.
Most recently she played the lead role In Matthew Graham’s 'Jayne Lake’ for... 2018 is the third annual R&D festival hosted by Pleasance Islington. The festival supports 6 companies
Friday 5 October 2018:
From Tuesday 2 October to Friday 5 October 2018:
Saturday 6 October 2018:
Sat 6 Oct 2018, 19:30 - Pleasance Theatre, LondonOverview The almost entirely imagined Bon Jovi musical. With the modern jukebox musical comes: a multitalented cast, orchestra, opulent sets, decadent costumes, extravagant routines, dramatic key changes and the odd hydraulic lift or two.
We've Got Each Other has none of these things (they cost lots of money), but Paul tries to create this all-singing, all-dancing spectacle using the powers of
From Tuesday 2 October to Saturday 6 October 2018:
Pleasance Theatre, LondonOverview Does charity begin at home?
Martine, an aid worker from Kenya is running a refugee camp in the UK, a country. She is desperate to help Chelle, a 17-year-old refugee. Potential salvation appears in the form of Taz, a showbiz journalist who has come from Kenya to launch an appeal - but Taz and Martine have history....
This play looks at the patronising attitudes taken to those who h
Sunday 7 October 2018:
Sun 7 Oct 2018, 19:30 - Pleasance Theatre, LondonOverview Stripped is a new beginning. A reintroduction of myself. Life has a way of hardening you, at least mine has. This is my attempt at shedding those skins, saying goodbye to part of myself and embracing someone I knew a long time ago.
Through film, music, poetry, song and dance, I share my story and in turn ask the audience to consider theirs.
From boy to man, sexuality, sobriety, su
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