Landscape with Weapon asks some interesting and uncomfortable questions, and ultimately proves that when it comes to morality, right and wrong are not always as clear-cut as we might like them to be.
Landscape with Weapon at the Cockpit Theatre focuses on Ned (Danny Szam) whose deadly vision is to create a flock of drones capable of taking out enemies that are hiding in buildings or underground with horrifying precision. Therefore eliminating the need for mass killing and destruction of civilians often caught up in the firing line.
In advance of its appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe, this film version of Retribution Day, described to me by its creators as “a marmite piece” is a taut but puzzling tale of revenge.
Ever seen three Gods in one room? Take a look at these rehearsal images for God 2.0 and you will! Book your tickets now.
What would you ask God if you had the chance? The team at God 2.0 want to know the answer and may even use it in their new show, which opens later this month. Book your tickets now.
How did a child’s question lead to new satire God 2.0? Playwright/director Andrew Bruce-Lockhart explains all. Book your tickets now!
What would you ask God? What if you didn’t like the answer? Those are the questions posed by playwright and director Andrew Bruce-Lockhart in new play God 2.o, coming to the Lion & Unicorn Theatre next month. Book your tickets now!
At Last is provocative, emotional, gritty and thought-provoking – the qualities you wish for from every play you ever watch.
Reading Gaol is a fantastically evocative poem and this is a powerful piece of work built out of and around it. This is a play that will make you think, even as it entertains. That’s always worth a trip down the Victoria Line for.