While The Cloak Of Visibility from The Space may not particularly break any new ground thematically or stylistically it is a solid enough piece which plays well and will give pause for thought.
This week saw the opening night of Threedumb Theatre’s fourth post lockdown production The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe. Set within the old Church and using the outside areas, cameraman David Smith follows the main protagonist performed by Stephen Smith around the building as he tells us the tale of The Black Cat.
Actress Sally Vanderpump chatted to Emma Clarendon about The Cloak of Visibility, heading to The Space Arts Centre from 1 June 2021.
Welcome to our first 2021 round-up of digital shows available for you to watch in the next few weeks.
From large-scale musicals to Zoom experiences, student showcases to the Bard, film and comedy, children’s theatre to audio pieces, storytelling to…
The BBC film version of a Renaissance rape trial is powerfully resonant, relevant and a riveting watch.
Presenting a revival of Ben Elton’s early 90s environmental farce Gasping in The Space, located just minutes from Canary Wharf, is appropriate.
Essentially a play about friendship and whether relationships can survive divisive times, Florence Bell has created an entertaining and original piece of theatre in The Open at The Space.
As with any dystopian drama, the central idea of Florence Bell’s The Open – the GBGC itself – sounds far-fetched, but the foundations on which it’s built aren’t all that implausible.
On the whole The Open at The Space certainly makes you think, particularly when it is a little too near reality for comfort.
Three decades in the future, when Donald Trump has bought the UK, all that remains is one giant golfing resort. This terrifying dystopian picture is the one drawn by new thriller The Open, which begins its run at The Space this week. Take a look at the trailer, then book your tickets.
Taking a swing at what might happen 30 years into Britain’s future, new dystopian tale The Open, which tees off at The Space later this month, imagines a giant golf course where our green and pleasant land used to be. Time to book your tickets!
What reasons might there be for a perfectly sane and strong woman to take her children’s lives? That’s the question, that grew out of studying Medea, that sparked Fall Prettier, the glittery, tuneful new production from Wet Paint. Co-creator Therese Ramstedt explains it all below. Have a read, then book your tickets
New international performance collaboration Wet Paint brings its first production, Fall Prettier, to The Space later this month, promising a wacky, brutal and glitter-dusted take on appropriation of women’s narratives. Time to book your tickets!
“A plot worthy of Inside No. 9” – could there be a greater compliment to pay We Know Now Snowmen Exist? Take a look at what reviewers said about the all-female claustrophobic thriller, then rush to book tickets as there are only a couple of days left to see it!
Infrasound frequency, unsolved mysteries, paranoia and raising the profile of Cumbrian theatre – director Lexie Ward tells us why she’s so excited about bringing acclaimed all-female thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist to The Space this week. Read her interview, then book your tickets!
Prepare yourself to be spooked as the new trailer for Cumbrian thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist gives away some of the facts that make true story behind this play such a shocking mystery. Have a watch, then book your tickets… if you dare!
While there’s nothing inherently terrifying about sleeping bags and bobble hats – unless the thought of a camping holiday gives you heart palpitations – you can sense the horror, and also some fun, in these production images of We Know Now Snowmen Exist.
Inspired by a horrifying true story, five-star thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist brings its tale of icy terror to London later this month, playing from 19 to 23 March at The Space. Book your tickets now… if you’re brave enough!
Just a few more chances to see Proforça Theatre Feel and spin-off monologues Feel More at The Space. And the reviews, including from our Mate Marika Visser, say you definitely should. We’ve rounded up review highlights below! Good news too: more chances to see this thrilling new writing beyond this weekend…
James Lewis’ four-hander Feel, staged by Proforca Theatre and helmed by the company’s artistic director David Brady, is definitely worth seeing. From the moment the play begins with the soundscape of the London Underground, it feels contemporary and easily accessible.