How did a chance meeting on a plane lead to a new production about a female astronaut writing to her daughter from space? Director Karena Johnson tells us about the inspiration behind Chasing Rainbows and working with Oneness Sankara. Read her interview then book your tickets!
Performance poet Oneness Sankara’s new play Chasing Rainbows, a mother’s poetic love letter written to a daughter separated from her by space and time, will premiere at London’s Hoxton Hall this summer. Book your tickets now!
I’m a Phoenix, Bitch is Bryony Kimmings’ story of survival but told with a flair, emotional and physical honesty and theatrical artistry that is, often, breathtaking in its courage.
New drama about surrogacy is rich in metaphor and fraught with conflict, but you have to ignore its politics.
Alice Birch’s new work, Anatomy of a Suicide, courageously investigates how the suicide of a mother affects the lives of a daughter and a granddaughter, haunts their own motherhood (or causing the lack of it) and their relationships.
The all-female play looks at the complex and controversial landscape of commercial surrogacy in India through the microcosmic relationship between three parties – the surrogate, the doctor and the mother.
The challenge for anyone creating a business model for an under 99-seat theatre in a town with a plethora of creative things to do, is to give the space a very special feel, a unique voice that can be heard by the right people amongst the noise of competing messages and invitations.
New drama about a desperate single mother is powerfully written and raises some disturbing issues.