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One Way Street

A one-man show set in eastern Berlin in 1995, in which Flannery tells us his life story in the form of a guide to the city.

Pandas

A romantic-comedy-thriller about the heat of love and the magic of changing perspectives.

The Panel

A short play about the power politics underlying the selection of any candidate.

Passing Places

A road movie for the stage, following two young Scottish lads on their trip from dislocation to location.

The Pearlfisher

An epic tale of kinship, money and desire, set amongst the Traveller people of the Scottish Highlands.

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Perfect Days

A funny, sad and truthful romantic comedy about beating the biological clock.

Petrol Jesus Nightmare #5 (In the Time of the Messiah)

A chilling apocalyptic thriller about the violent consequences of faith and belief, from the author of The People Next Door.

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The Price of a Fish Supper

A short play about a man whose fortunes have declined along with the Scottish fishing industry in which he has worked all his life.

Prickly Heat

A surreal and sensuous comedy by a young Scottish writer-performer.

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    The Princess and the Goblin

    A rich and magical play for all the family, from a master of storytelling.

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    Puss in Boots

    A brilliantly inventive version of the classic tale, from the 'master of children's theatre' (Scotsman).

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    Quelques Fleurs

    A short play from the leading Scottish poet and playwright.

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    Joanna Murray-Smith

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    27 Oct - 1 Nov
    South London Theatre