Live Performances

Here's a list of our forthcoming Live events, we hope to see you there!

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Louise Jordan
No Petticoats Here

Award winning singer, songwriter and musician Louise Jordan tells the stories of inspirational women who challenged expectations. From the woman who dressed as a soldier on the Western Front to the women football players banned by the FA, the ambulance drivers running the gauntlet of enemy fire in Flanders and the so-called ‘surplus million’ single women. Inspirational women, working in a time of conflict, leaving a legacy. “a gutsy and meticulously researched project” Songlines “one of the most touching and powerful folk albums of the year" The Sunday Express “the diligence of a scholar and the heart of an artist” R2 Mag “Made me want to stand up and fight.” Emily, August 2016 “If my history teacher taught me stories like that, I would definitely listen!” Josie 14yrs, October 2016 “As a father of with two adult sons, it’s life changing to listen to.” Rob, September 2016

Age Range: 12+;

Tessa Bide
A Strange New Space

Amira is obsessed with space and dreams of becoming an Astronaut. But one night, the bangs and fizzes of her imagination explode out of her dreams, becoming a deafening reality... A completely original wordless one woman show, melding physical theatre with stunning puppetry and music. Travel on an imagined voyage into space, through Amira’s real-life journey as a refugee. An unforgettable introduction to theatre for audiences aged four and older.

Age Range: 4+

The Foundry Group
The Ministry of Biscuits

“What an absolutely ripping wheeze…a top-hole musical comedy” – The Stage. In Post-War London the Ministry of Biscuits casts a shadow over every 'elevenses' in the land, till a lovestruck junior designer creates a biscuit to “shake confectionery to its very foundations.” “Absolutely hilarious...satire at its best.” – Edinburgh Evening News

Age Range: 7+