Soho Theatre

Patrick Sandford’s one-man show Groomed is a vital act of bearing witness. With great honesty and delicacy, the 65-year-old theatre director tells how, aged...

Stephen Jackson’s Verity Bargate award-winning debut play-with-songs, Roller Diner, resists easy categorisation. Set in an American-themed greasy spoon in Birmingham that has seen better days,...

After the West End transfer of her play Dirty Great Love Story in January, Katie Bonna begins her one-woman show All the Things I...

If you dropped David Brent from The Office into a dystopian alternate timeline where capital punishment has been reinstated, you might end up with...

The Verity Bargate playwriting award has launched its 16th competition, which includes a prize to develop a script for television for the first time. Run...

Le Gateau Chocolat must be one of the hardest working men in cabaret. But, he insists: “My whole career was a wonderful mistake. I...

Le Gateau Chocolat solo show is a celebration of the music that shaped him. Icons is a cabaret show with a very personal feel....

Dr Carnesky’s Incredible Bleeding Woman is a feminist cabaret show that celebrates menstruation. One one hand it’s a courageous attempt to provoke and thrill,...

Months after the acclaimed television adaptation, and weeks after the tickets for this run were snapped up in a record-breaking ten minutes, Phoebe Waller-Bridge...
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