A cuddly lobster, shadow puppets, stars, glitter – they’re all here in the production images of Sycorax Collective’s hit one-woman show Blue. Take a look, then book your tickets!
Blue, Sycorax Collective’s hit one-woman show, returns to the stage this summer following a five-star debut at last year’s Camden Fringe. Book your tickets now.
“Brilliant”, “Moving and engaging”, “Ingenius” – audiences of Tiny Room’s drama Loop have taken to Twitter to sing the praises of Peter Mulligan’s drama about a barman considering his life. We’ve rounded up some of the best tweets
Pub theatre, The Lion and Unicorn, kicks of 2019 with, appropriately enough, drama about a barman, Loop. But for this pub worker, life has become a constant, repetitive source of depression. Take a look at the trailer created by theatre company Tiny Room
Peter Mulligan wrote Loop in reaction to his own experiences of working in a bar, coping with depression and considering taking his own life. Here he tell us more about this time in his creative life and how the piece has grown since its Camden Fringe premiere.
Many of us will recognise the inside of a pub, especially during the festive season… but how does the boozer at the centre of Peter Mulligan’s Loop look and what’s going on in his bar-set drama? Find out with a look at our new production shots gallery.
Following sell-out runs in the Camden Fringe and at the Brewdog in Leicester, Tiny Room returns to London in January with an extended version of Loop. This updating of Peter Mulligan’s play, which runs t the Lion And Unicorn Theatre from 7-20 January 2019, delves into the relationships of the characters that frequent a pub.
Why do so many plays about depression and suicide miss the spot? Because they’re not written from a perspective of real, lived experience, says Monty Jones. Watch this incredibly open and honest video from Jones about how he came to writing new black comedy Schrödinger’s Dog from “the absolute pits of depression” released his creativity and kept him alive. Time to get booking!
After its critically acclaimed debut success last autumn with threesome comedy Mouldy Grapes, Break the ‘Verse returns to London’s White Bear Theatre this month with the premiere of co-founder Monty Jones’ new black comedy Schrödinger’s Dog, inspired on his own experience with depression. Full casting – including Jones and co-founder Ellie Sparrow – is now announced.
Trafalgar Studios seems to be mopping up the cream of the crop of smaller space transfers. There is definitely magic in the water there at the moment, as I’m seriously pining to see both of the shows they have on: Dust and Arinze Kene’s Misty.
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