Secret rituals and devilish practices are taking place across the country, destroying the minds and lives of the American youth. But the most diabolically terrifying threat of all is Dungeons & Dragons: for some just an innocent role-playing game, but viewed by many as a gateway to corruption, violence, and SATAN. Thankfully, the forces of good are fighting back…
You are invited to attend this inaugural meeting of B.A.D.D. (Bothered About Dungeons & Dragons) to learn how best to protect your children from the clutches of the occult.
Written and performed by Carrie Marx, BADD is a darkly comic presentation on the multitude of Satanic threats hidden in seemingly innocuous everyday objects and media. It is part theatrical lecture; part participatory brainstorming session.
Inspired by true events.
Premiering at The Vaults Festival, 1-5 March, 21.30 each night – buy tickets here: BADD tickets
…has won Best Actor in a Foreign Feature for THE TRAP at the Fright Night Film Fest in Louisville, Kentucky – alongside 4 other acolades for the same movie!
ALPHA PAPA meets THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE in this high-octane comedy horror.
Two very different groups arrive at the same building on the same night. Both after the same loot, a hoard of ancient treasure buried deep within a vast, abandoned Victorian bathhouse. One is a group of professional cat burglars. Hardened, experienced, and on one last mission before retirement. The other … well, not so professional. A bunch of misfit, unemployed youngsters on a team building exercise.
But neither group’s ready for the horrors they encounter…
THE TRAP – You Will Have Your Sides Split.
Written by Alan Freestone, Fergus March & James Wren
Directed by Fergus March
Produced by Alan Freestone, Fergus March & James Wren
Come back with us to the late sixties and see this way-ahead-of-its-time comedy programme, complete with the occasional cock-ups, the original warm-up and incredible sound-effects… nostalgic and very, very funny.
Men From The Ministry was a classic BBC radio comedy that was broadcast from 1962 to 1977, a total of fourteen series and 147 shows. It was often seen as the first Yes Minister; uproariously funny and often bitingly satirical.
Set in the fictitious ‘General Assistance Department’ the premise of bowler hatted twittery within the confines of the British Civil Service appealed to audiences all over the world.
This theatrical version stars SYDNEY STEVENSON and contains three extended versions of the radio scripts, written by two of the original writers.
Shaista Aziz has just finished recording her BBC Radio 2 Pause for Thoughts scripts.
The first broadcast goes out on Dec 30th.
She referenced Mahmoud Darwish, Audre Lorde aaaaand the mighty Wu Tang Clan, but obviously not in the same script, because that much awesomeness would’ve made the wireless combust. And that would be TERRIBLE for integration!
Michelle Neil and Sibling Productions present
Written by Eliza Power
Directed by Milla Jackson
Press Night: Thu 10 Nov, 7.30pm
Tue 8 – Sun 27 Nov
Tue 8 – Sun 20 Nov and Sat 26 – Sun 27 Nov, 7.30pm; Mon 21 Nov, 9.30pm.
Matinees Sat 19 and 26 Nov, 3pm.
No show Sun 13 – Mon 14 Nov and Tue 22 – Fri 25 Nov
£12.50 (plus 75p booking fee)
Cash tickets available 30mins before show start
Booking information: featherstheplay.com
Eliza Power’s modern reworking of Tereus, Procne and Philomena from Ovid’s Metamorphoses returns to London for the first time since 2012, where it enjoyed sell-out runs at the Etcetera Theatre and Edinburgh and Sydney Fringe Festivals.
Directed by Milla Jackson, sex, lies and black comedy permeate Feathers, blending mythological symbolism and contemporary dialogue to create a dark tale of two sisters bound together by a past neither can escape.
When Marisa and Dan welcome Marisa’s estranged sister Edie into their home, to help care for their toddler son, their marriage is put to the test. Their marriage, already marred by interference from Marisa’s meddling best friend and the hint of infidelity, begins to splinter as Marisa’s sister’s
behavior becomes more and more erratic.
As birds die and fall out of the sky, Edie, struggling to settle into the fractured household finds solace in her new lover Nathan. But as Dan’s undeniable attraction to Edie develops, a dark history between the two sisters begins to emerge…
★★★★★ Refreshingly honest, emotive and at times mysterious Camden Gazette
★★★★★ Sharp, slick and shocking drama… incredibly funny and moving Broadway Baby
★★★★ Utterly convincing and wholly owned Three Weeks