The Exception and the Rule
A post-modern retelling of Brecht’s enduringly political tale of class-struggle. In a journey across the desert, accidents happen, characters are revealed and the ugly side of humanity emerges; all in order to prove that rules exist, along with exceptions.
Hear no Evil, See no Evil, Speak no Evil
A collection of Harold Pinter’s short plays (Landscape, One For the Road and Silence) brought together for this unorthodox performance. An irreverent production that discarded previous conventions for performing Pinter in order to bring his works closer and more relevant to a modern audience. Received 5 star reviews at Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe.
A post-modern collage of monologues by Bertolt Brecht, Jean Cocteau, George Orwell and other young English and French writers. A production about control and controlling.
The Lieutenant of Inishmore
A black comedy by Martin McDonagh that consists of terrorism, politics, love, guns and... cats!