Black and White and Red, a black comedy by Sam Sedgman, from 14 to 19 June 2011. Produced by Keep Me. A simple interview for a London paper transforms into a battle of wills between writer and subject, as an unfolding crisis on the other side of the world draws out compromising truths about both of them.
You’re Still Young, devised by LAMDA graduates and written by Stephen Middleton, from 21 to 23 June 2011. Produced by Ribaldry. Tries to uncover the truth behind one of the most important relationships of any man’s life – with his father.
Psycho That Came To Tea, by Jess Leavins, from 24 to 26 June 2011. Produced by Firefly Theatre Company Ltd. Directed by Lee White, starring Darren Stoneham, Sheryl Miles, Jess Leavins . Ultimately a story of sex, money and power.
The Snowfall, by Simon Tierney, from 28 June to 3 July 2011. A modern relationship comedy about the experience of realising you’re not as young as you thought you were.
Feathers, by Eliza Power, reworking of the Ovidian tale of Tereus and Procne from the Metamorphoses, from 5 to 9 July 2011. Produced by Sibling Productions, directed by Jennifer Tang. Marisa and Dan’s relationship is compromised after Marisa invites her estranged sister Edie into their home. As Dan’s attraction to Edie develops, a dark history between the two sisters begins to emerge.