There’s no one quite like Witt ’n Camp. ‘Singing’ classic rap songs in the style of opera, Charlie Howitt (Witt) and Holly Campbell (Camp) have subtlely dispensed with the distinctions between popular culture and high culture.
Philip Ridley’s Angry is a series of gender-neutral monologues which vary in length and intensity, but most importantly all feature moments of anger (or anger-based incidents integral to their backstory).
Imagine you could take a pill that could bestow prolonged periods of effortless intense concentration. Written and directed by Alex Benjamin, Cotton looks at this hypothesis through the angle of playing computer games competitively.
True to form, Ron Elisha’s play The Soul of Wittgenstein is set during the Second World War, but while one of the protagonists is steeped in profound thoughts, the play is so much more than an intellectual exercise.
With other classic karaoke hymns such as ‘I Will Survive’ punctuating the show, Tempest Rose’s La Revue en Rose sends its audience out not with a heavy heart, but with a reminder that life is to be celebrated.