Adapted from the hit West-end Play Posh, and set amongst the privileged elite of Oxford University, The Riot Club follows Miles (Max Irons) and Alistair (Sam Claflin), two first year students determined to join the infamous Riot Club.
Podium dancer, oil rig worker, food addict, musical theatre enthusiast, posh, eco-hypocrite, x-Goth, muppet fan, award winning comedian and chief beverages operator at the Little Chef – screw politics! Let’s talk about me.
A sparkling romantic comedy about a cynical Englishman brought in to debunk an American clairvoyant. With a dazzling setting in the Riviera and a classy 1920’s setting, this is Woody Allen’s best looking picture for years, and stars the mercurial Emma Stone and, of course, Colin Firth.
This collection came from Terry’s friend and neighbour, gardener Rachel Williams, with a couple from his own garden. Photographed in daylight as simply as possible he wanted them to dazzle and show of their alter ego. They dance across the room, each one, in Tinkerbell tones, saying look at me.
After the success of Winston On the Run, Fol Espoir present a work-in-progress performance of their new production, inspired by the 1942 pamphlet given to American soldiers on their way to Blighty. Expect a healthy dose of slapstick comedy, as well as seeing the process of creating a play at work.
Icarus Theatre (last here with Hedda Gabler) returns with this one-man rollercoaster ride through the first flowerings of science, starring Tim Hardy (veteran of The Royal Shakespeare Company). Soul-breakingly bitter and heartwarmingly humourous.
Part story into his father’s time as a Polish soldier in the Italian Campaign of WWII and part muse on consumerism, All Roads Lead to Rome brings together car mechanics, a road trip, dictators and the fetishisation of possessions in a touching solo performance using old photos, new film and surprising mechanical objects.
The Fresh Dixie Project have made a real splash on the UK jazz scene with their unique 'crossover swing'. 2014 saw the band sell out the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room, and receive standing ovations at Jazz Festivals from Hamburg to Malaysia.
This Relaxed Performance is open to everyone, but has some changes to increase accessibility for all. The Theatre environment is adapted to welcome families with children with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, sensory and communication disorders and those with learning disabilities.