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    Spring Season 2024


    Get 25% off tickets if you book two or more shows in one go.

    That means you can get tickets for as little as £6. Not bad, right?

    From Britney Spears' privacy and the battlefields of France to critically-acclaimed "complete carnage" and family histories, this season kind of has it all.

    Victor, a male presenting performer, stands in front of a green curtain wearing a sharp, grey suit. He is wearing a lebanese hat with a tassle. He is holding the tassle in one hand with the other hand at his hip. He is pursing his lips provocatively.
    Victor Esses presents

    The Death & Life Of All Of Us

    Tue 2 - Sat 6 Apr at 7.15pm, Tue 9 - Sat 13 Apr at 9pm
    Following a sell-out Soho Theatre run and an award-winning Edinburgh Fringe, Victor Esses' funny and poignant exploration of family secrets, shame, and embracing our imperfections returns to London.
    A half shape of a puppet on a chair with a woman lying over a black bench holding the puppet's hand.
    Anita Pomario presents

    A Doodle

    Wed 3 - Thu 4 April at 9pm
    A physical, multidisciplinary piece that follows the story of Gasparina: an artist who invents people by sketching them on paper. A poetic journey through grief to overcome loss & loneliness.
    A man sits on a chair, wearing a suit which has graffiti style writing on it. He sits in front of a cardboard box, which has pink slowers sticking out of it.
    Dan Egg presents


    Fri 5 - Sat 6 Apr at 9pm
    Dan Egg believes we have a problem with men. Yes, all men. MANBOX is a show about masculinity, queerness and how the patriarchy is failing all of us.
    A kneeling white woman with brown hair holds a burning copy of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). She wears a blue-green dress and and wears a wreath on her head.

    That's Not My Name

    Tue 9 - Sat 13 Apr at 7.15pm
    Returning to Camden People's Theatre after selling out in 2023, That's Not My Name is 75 minutes of ‘complete carnage’ in the form of stand-up, sketch and musical comedy speaking to the insanity of Psychiatry, labels and our mental health system. ★★★★★
    Hector Rodríguez
    Maddie Wakeling presents


    Mon 15 Apr at 7.15pm
    A solo-show inspired by the emergence of new traveller culture from festivals and free parties ROADSIDE is a chaotic and tender exploration of what home can mean.
    Two drag people stare ahead disparagingly.  The left hand person wears a red wig and black sequinned jacket. They glare through blue lipstick.  The right hand person purses their red lips.  They both hold microphones and stand in front of a gold curtain.


    Tue 16 - Wed 17 Apr at 9pm
    A tragicomedy about our trans relationships with Jewish grief rituals. What surfaces as we bury the dead? Expect live art theatre, live music, and an enormous Trans Anus!
    A central figure made up of fragmented images of different people’s facial features. The figure’s shoulders glitch and become a colourful liquid containing two small houses dripping downwards.


    Tue 16 - Wed 17 Apr at 7.15pm
    This town is falling apart. Let's dance the night away. VAULT Show of the Week nominee, Coin Toss Collective's sell-out show about a community battling coastal erosion returns to London.
    Kelly Green is a 40 year old white woman who has bright pink and orange hair. She is wearing a checked print dress that is similar to the Burberry print, a bubblegum pink hoody, and neon orange Converse.. They are wearing a halo headband that is made of g
    Kelly Green presents

    MILF The Musical

    Thu 18 and Fri 19 Apr at 7:15pm
    MILF the Musical is a glitzy silly work in progress about being a mum.
    Roshi standing in front a screen shot of show visuals made by Al Orange. She is manipulating a voice pedal that is sitting atop a table with her left hand and gesturing with her right hand.
    Roshi Nasehi presents

    Ramalama Ding Dong

    19 Apr at 9pm
    A captivating and frequently hilarious meta-comic, multi-media theatre show exploring stand up, sound art, singing and animation inspired by IRL experiences of surreal racism.
    A woman wearing green trousers and a white top, with short blonde hair and fair skin, stands under a tree, with many orange leaves at her feet. She is mid-movement, with her right arm raised and her eyes looking towards it, taking off of a jean jacket.
    Joanna Woźnicka presents


    Tue 22 - Thu 24 Apr at 9pm
    A multidisciplinary theatre piece exploring how migration affects our familial relationships; the confusing mixture of cultural, generational, and language barriers which prevent us from understanding one other.
    Photo of two people in a kebab shop They have various Elizabethan props and costumes: A crown, a ruff, a cup. They're looking straight at camera somewhat defiantly One of them is holding an Oxford English Dictionary
    a2b theatre presents

    English Kings Killing Foreigners

    Tue 23 April - Sat 11 May at 7.15pm
    A tell-all dark comedy that peels back the skin of English cultural identity to reveal the steaming battlefields that lies beneath. Would you die for your country?
    A fat woman semi-naked with a red cardigan draped over her shoulders, looks back into the camera with a bottle of wine in her hand. She stands on a stage.
    Rachel Stockdale presents

    Fat Chance

    Fri 26 - Sat 27 April at 9pm
    Meet Rachel - a 20-something actress from Boro whose funny, celebratory and politically powerful one-woman play explores her true-life experience of weight gain from size 8 to 18.
    A collage of family album photos. In the foreground is a mixed white and asian child in traditional Japanese attire. In the background, sepia-toned photos and polaroids of Japanese women and children.
    Undone Theatre presents

    So That You May Go Beyond The Sea

    Thu 2 - Sat 4 May at 9pm
    Meet real-life partners Joey and Gabs. This is a show about the show they never made. The true story of how a 1904 opera caused the breakdown of their relationship.
    multiple layered portraits of a translucent blurry femme presenting person in a black bandeau and chunky necklace.
    Powerhouse presents


    Tue 7 - Thu 9 May at 9pm
    Exploring the physical manifestation of radical female friendship and the intricacies of the female politicised sexual experience.
    Drawing of Shelley Duvall in The Shining. Half of her face is painted red.


    Fri 10 - Sat 11 May at 9pm
    Filmic theatre centred on Shelley Duvall, The Shining, and gore. Duvall’s “inconvenient” emotionality sets me veering between burlesque routines, buckets o’ blood, & the terror/joy of becoming the blob.
    Black and white portrait of a young woman. She is in motion and turns her head to the left and right, trying to decide which way to move forward.
    Zhanna Chernenko presents

    In Between

    Tue 14 May at 9pm
    Explore the profound impact of personal choices and historical narratives through the intertwining stories of three women, beautifully depicted through contemporary dance, text, and video.
    1. Shuyan tells the story of 'The Mudman' through shadow puppetry with muds 2. Shuyan opens an umbrella and confetti falls around her


    Tue 14 - Wed 15 May at 7.15pm
    Shuyan is your typical Chinese student– smart, hardworking, filial but uninspired and with mountain-high expectations. With a perfect life track record, she is bound to breakthrough something beyond your imagination.
    An explosion in the back with two woman and a man in front standing with different poses in a triangle configuration, all black and white. Three lines of Chinese text blending into the background,

    Project Atom Boi

    Wed 15 - Sat 18 May at 9pm
    The award-winning Atom Boi from VAULT 2023 returns. An episodic and nostalgic dive into a secret Chinese nuclear town with live filming, meme and a nuclear explosion.
    Sierra peers and smiles with one eye from behind a stack of Spam cans.
    Sierra Sevilla presents

    For the Love of SPAM

    Thu 16 - Sat 18 May at 7.15pm
    For the Love of Spam is a one-woman comedic stand-up, puppetry, participatory, and multisensory show dedicated to two things: canned meat and colonialism.
    A woman wearing black Adidas trousers and a purple jumper and two men wearing black Adidas tracksuits sit on a blue floor facing the camera. Behind the group, CCTV cameras are positioned against a digital glitch screen wallpaper.
    Claire Gaydon presents

    Piece of Me

    Tue 21 May - Sat 1 Jun at 7pm
    Ever feel like you’re being watched? You probably are, bitch. This Britney-inspired show examines surveillance ethics and the cult of celebrity with an original soundtrack that fizzes with nostalgia.
    A white man with glasses, gesticulates while telling a story
    Liam Rees presents

    The Land That Never Was

    Tue 21 - Wed 22 May at 9pm
    In 1820 Gregor MacGregor sold a country that didn't exist. In 2024 Liam Rees can't stop lying to tourists. Part confessional storytelling, part TED Talk. Mostly bullshit.
    Two people in high viz jackets standing in front of the river and Big Ben

    Cry For Me

    Thu 23 - Sat 25 May at 9pm
    A dystopian cabaret about migrant labour, Cry For Me is a carousel of migrant lament for the living dead under capitalism.
    The Crip Monologues Poster. Thre abstract line drawings of human faces sit on a black background that transitions from light to dark blue as it move from left to right.
    CRIPtic Arts presents

    The Crip Monologues

    Mon 27 - Tue 28 May at 7.15pm
    From Jamie Hale, with Hayleigh Morrow, Sonera Theo Angel, Emily Brenchi, and Simone Roach, The Crip Monologues explores disability, scrutiny, intimacy, and the reclamatory power of choosing to stare back.
    6 actors in a row stand tall with determination. They are wearing different and colourful clothes, each representing archetypes of British history and society. The man in the middle stands out with his arms in the air.
    Maria Who? presents

    Miss Brexit

    Wed 29 - Fri 31 May at 9pm
    Miss Brexit is an extravagant satire about migrant actors in a place that no longer welcomes them. Through live music and interactivity, this show will not leave you indifferent...