Producer, writer and director Andrew Bruce-Lockhart talks passionately about What’s Driving You?, the improv drama about the impact of speed on driving he has co-devised with A G Anderson, running at London’s Applecart Arts from 28 February to 4 March 2023.
NEWS: A speed awareness talk goes darkly wrong in What’s Driving You? at Apple Arts
What’s Driving You?, a 75-minute improv drama about the impact of speed on driving, explores the issue of what happens when you can’t take responsibility for your actions.
‘Revels in its power to challenge perceptions & prejudice’: MY JERUSALEM – Applecart Arts (Online review)
A solo show presented by Avital Raz, My Jerusalem is a fiercely personal and deeply political show ‘developed from a song’.
‘Displays a lot of good ideas’: GENERAL SECRETARY – Applecart Arts
Applecart Arts’ General Secretary is a two-hander written and performed by two undoubtedly intelligent performers, Cassie Symes and Georgina Thomas, also known as Thick ‘n’ Fast. Their ideas are scattergun in their approach but their attention to detail is strong.
‘Fast-paced & powerful piece of theatre’: Call Me By My Name – Applecart Arts (Online review)
Nicole Botha’s new play Call Me By My Name is a fast-paced and powerful piece of theatre that definitely justifies the conversations that have been happening in the last few months
‘A special piece of theatre’: FINDING PERCY EREBUS – Elephant Talk Theatre (Online review)
With a startingly original score by Sam MacDonald, clowning, puppetry, and different video and audio effects, a variety of settings and emotions are conjured up Finding Percy Erebus, a depiction of a child’s sense of loss and curiosity.
‘What happens when the camera stops rolling & there is no self-editing?’: ALL BY MYSELF – Part of the Main Theatre Company (Online review)
All By Myself is a production by Part of the Main theatre company for Applecart Arts and it explores identity during the Covid crisis when your only connection to the outside world is via the internet.