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    Image: Simon Keith Allen
    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 in a yellow hi-viz, with litter pickers and a rubbish sack in her hands, stands with her back to us as she faces a gigantic golden pyramid, with a smirking face - the scene in between is a festiva field populated food stalls, a bucket hat stall an
    Grant Sharkey presents

    Are You Worthy?

    Mon 29 Apr at 7:30pm
    Glory wants nothing more than to sing at Classtonworthy festival, the only thing standing in her way is an all-powerful pyramid.
    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.
    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.
    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...