18Sep. 28 Sep.
Sex, religion, tragedy and triumph...This darkly funny musical folk tale erupts from a shipping container, lifts you by the collar and takes you on a whirlwind exploration of what love actually means across the centuries.Let the klezmer music take you on the journey of Chaim and Chaya as they flee Romania and arrive as 'outsiders' to Canada in 1908.Narrated by the anarchic Wanderer (Ben Caplan), Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story is an 80-minute shape-shifting, genre-bending, gig-meets-live-theatre...
This is not Right is the unfiltered story of Holly Parker, a talented girl from a Council estate in Hull, and her single parent Dad. After exam success leads to her being bullied, Holly’s anxie...
Hannah Moscovitch on why she wrote Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story
My son Elijah Julian Moscovitch Barry was born in June of 2015. In September, the small body of Alan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach. The photograph of the drowned Syrian toddler had made int...
Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding; they grew up and lived happily ever after. Well they ...
Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (stf) return to Wilton’s Music Hall during their 20th anniversary after their celebrated Othello co-production with English Touring Theatre. Elizabeth Freestone d...
Scrooge. As you’ve never seen her before… 1838, London. Jacob Marley is dead. And so is Ebenezer Scrooge… In our story, Ebenezer died young, but his sister Fan m...
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