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Sugar Baby

A one-man comedy-drama about a small-time drug dealer in Cardiff, from critically acclaimed writer Alan Harris.

Dracula: The Bloody Truth

A comic retelling of the story of Dracula, from John Nicholson and Exeter-based theatre company Le Navet Bete.

Ramona Tells Jim

A darkly comic debut play about confession and the gravity of young love.

The Retreat

A comedy about getting away from it all - the debut play from the BAFTA Award-winning co-writer and co-creator of Peep Show, Fresh Meat and Four Lions.

Education, Education, Education

A theatrical love letter to the schools of the 1990s, asking big questions about a country in special measures, exploring what we are taught and why, and where responsibility lies. Full of inventive theatricality and irreverent humour.

Mighty Atoms

Ex-boxer Taylor Flint wants to put the past behind her. Yet back on the Hull estate where she grew up, she is drawn into running a boxercise class. Amanda Whittington's play is inspired by Hull's original Mighty Atom, Barbara Buttrick.

Natives

A play about a generation of unlikely heroes that celebrates coming of age online in a chaotic world.

Dry Powder

A razor-sharp comedy about the people who shape – and skew – the economy.

Thon Man Molière

The story of the great comedian Molière - his scandalous marriage, his scurrilous plays and the irresistible creation of his infamous and celebrated satire Tartuffe.

The Assassination of Katie Hopkins

A smart, witty new musical by Chris Bush and Matt Winkworth about truth, celebrity and public outrage.

The Here and This and Now

A darkly surprising comedy about the pharmaceuticals business, the salaryman and woman, and the quest for happiness.

The Unmanageable Sisters

A funny and furious new version of Michel Tremblay’s fêted Québécoise comedy, Les Belles-Soeurs.

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25 Jun - 4 Jul
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