Theatre & Dance Autumn 2022
From the climate crisis to challenging preconceptions of the UK drill scene and working with learning disabled artists – our new season this autumn explores the things that matter.
David Finnigan: You’re Safe Til 2024
Armed with a projector, family photos and a pile of sand, playwright David Finnigan relates how 75 hours in modern Australia came to collide with an epic sweep of history during this compelling show.
The Centre for the Less Good Idea: To What End
Six inspiring short performances blend dance and live music, developed by South African artists at William Kentridge’s leading centre for experimental, collaborative and cross-disciplinary arts.
Royal Shakespeare Company/Joe Hisaishi: My Neighbour Totoro
A global premiere as Joe Hisaishi and the RSC bring Studio Ghibli’s enchanting classic coming-of-age film to the stage in a landmark new adaptation in collaboration with Improbable and Nippon TV.
An Anatomy of Melancholy
Iestyn Davies’s crystalline voice, Netia Jones’s haunting visuals, and John Dowland’s ravishingly bittersweet music come together in an intimate theatrical meditation on the consolations of sorrow.
HighRise Entertainment: The UK Drill Project
Challenging myths about UK Drill music and its links to youth violence, this radically honest and direct show takes real-life experiences to explore the truths behind the headlines.
Zoo Co Theatre: Perfect Show for Rachel
Step into Rachel's world in this experimental show as a learning disabled artist has the power to lead the creation of her ‘Perfect Show’.