TAS presents a their annual three day festival of homegrown performance.
Lineup updated on 17 May. If y0u need to swap tickets for a different night contact email@example.com
Tuesday 21st May
East by Steven Berkoff,
A verse play written in 1975, East looks at the difficulties of women compared to the carefree lives of men, happier days and escaping from life that others seem content to settle for.
With Dan Shambrook, Chris Connelly, Rich Hornsby, Dave Burn and Claudia Archer
Stand Up Routine
With Dan Fairbrass
Leviticus by Forest Morgan and Kayleigh Oneill
With Lucy Davidson and TBC
Stone Cold by Joe Standerline
Link has been forced out of his home and is left to survive on his own on the streets of London just as a serial killer goes on the loose killing young homeless people.
Directed by Tara Edwards
Wednesday 22nd May
The Duo by Dani Kolanis and Paulina Hagyariova
Paulina wants to try out pole dancing but does not want to go on her own so must persuade her misinformed feminist flatmate Dani to join her.
With Dani Kolanis and Paulina Hagyariova
Stay by Shakespear’s Sisters.
A lyrical contemporary dance piece with Tara Edwards
Love Struck Dumb
When Helen brings her first boyfriend Stavros home, confusion quickly ensues when he meets her twin sister Emma. Combined with a desperate attempt to hide Stavros from their father (a Vicar!) the comedy comes quick and thick in this play.
By Lucy Quinton, Ivan Comisso, Dan Shambrook, Claire Sealy-Bell and Liv Berry
Thursday 23rd May
Acoustic Guitar Sets
With Jared Richter and Lewis Perry
Set in the not too distant present under the governance of The Patronage, an ordinary day at the sock factory quickly turns to how people cope in a situation where a regime is so oppressive that you find yourself sacrificing another to save yourself.
By Tanya Tillack, Natalie Wylde, Becca Houlihan and Ivan Comisso with Honor Morris and Darren Cotton
Mistranslations by Liv Jones
When Nicholas invites Gabrielle to stay with him in Greece, a sitcom ensues as past relationships come to light along with a big misunderstanding formed by the language barrier between Gabrielle and Nicholas’s Greek housemate Cora.
With Ryan James, Liv Jones and Thelma Georgiou