These are our projects!!
Marriage (upcoming 2019/2020)
We are currently working on our latest production, Marriage. Check out our social media pages for the latest updates and performance dates.
Marriage isn’t easy, it takes a lot of hard work and commitment. It takes compromise. Helen and Alex discuss the pros and cons of marriage, the gives and takes, the yeses and the nos. Will this be the start of something beautiful between them, or the end of something that should never have started?
Jump, Jump, Push (February 2019)
It always comes down to whose fault is it, it’s a blame game. In a relationship built around trust, is the truth always enough? It’s a question of perspective, there isn’t just right and wrong, black and white, life is grey, people are grey. But whether that’s the case or not, there is always someone to blame.
New Year, Same Me (December 2018 / January 2019)
What defines you? Do the changes in your life change who you are as a person?
New Year is a time for new resolutions, new promises to oneself, but when everything is always going wrong, who is the one to blame? Is everything always your own fault, or could it be possibly everyone else’s for a change.
A Real Christmas (November / December 2018)
What would you do, if the only thing you’ve ever truly wanted, is the one thing you know you will never be aloud to have? Would you let someone else tell you what you do and don’t want in life?
Child’s Play (November 2018)
On the same night that her father leaves her alone babysitting her younger stepbrother, a young girl discovers she is pregnant with her boyfriend, a boyfriend that is known to the family and is not someone her father will approve of. However, it isn’t the relationship that will raise the most questions one the father’s return from his night out, but more on what happened to her stepbrother. One-night babysitting leads to a life time of questions.
The Impossible Dream (October 2017)
A homage to the great writers of the past, The Impossible Dream ‘weaves a complex tale of lies, deceit, promiscuity and passion‘ with ‘blistering repartee‘ and ‘some nicely crafted, shockingly blunt dialogue‘. It has ‘all the ingredients of an exceptionally black comedy‘. A fascinating and inspired play.
(Based on the production that featured in Stockwell Playhouse’s One Act Play Festival 2017)
Louder Than Words (September 2017)
How can you get over the loss of a loved one? How can you ever deal with disaster? When the feeling of guilt is so strong inside of you, how can you not admit your own failings?
As the past and present blur into one, blame is passed back and forth until the relationship has no future.