Avocado Presents: Improv

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9pm £10

Avocado start with a piece of their favourite music then groove into a natural improv that takes your troubles away.

“I get to play with dozens of great improvisers. My show with Avocado was a highlight. They play hard, they have fun, they take you to places you'd never imagine going to - what a blast - I can't wait to work with them again. Let me correct that: I can't wait to play with them again! Thank you for a great evening." - Dave Razowsky | Former Artistic Director of Second City

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A Thousand Papercuts Still Skin Deep

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24 - 28 May 2022
7:30pm £15 / £10

2 timelines, 2 cities, and 4 queer friends.

1 anonymous hookup, 1 ex-(platonic)-girlfriend, 1 potential boyfriend, and 1,000 paper cuts that hurt way much more than they appear to - they cut deep into your soul where nobody can see.

A Thousand Papercuts Still Skin Deep is a raw but tender play that dissects and attempts to heal queer angst and relationships with a dash of offbeat humour.

Written by Hector T.J. Huang, directed by Tianxin Tian, and featuring an East-Asian all-LGBT+ cast:

Jun-Hwei: Andy Liu
River/ANON B: Lisa Maeda
A-Wen/Al: Kyle Ogata
Ming/Margo: Haoyu Wang

An Irrelevant Theatre production in collaboration with Vibrant Productions and Kibo Productions

Recommended for ages 15+

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Faustus the Damned


30 May - 4 June 2022
7:30pm £18.50 / £15.50

Would you sell your soul for quick and easy success? Or make a deal with the devil for that winning lottery ticket? But could you handle the true cost of your wish? Faustus decides to make this ultimate gamble so she can finally have the life of her dreams that's been denied her all her life. And it's all going to be alright, isn't it?

More here

Love (to) Bits by Ioana Goga


7 - 25 June 2022
7:00pm £15 / 10

Love (To) Bits is a seriously comedic drama or kind of a dramatic comedy, however you choose to look at it, there will be laughter… and some tears. Think of it as if Bridget Jones and Fleabag had a love child. How could you resist that?! The show incorporates verbatim theatre and Brechtian elements. The play is comprised of two story arcs. The main arc focuses on the romantic life of the lead character, Cynthia, who just loves love, but can't quite seem to ever get it right. The secondary one showcases different people’s verbatim answers to the age old question “What is love?”. The two are perpetually intertwined.

Me & Her


12, 13, 19, 20 June 2022, 7.30 pm

Youth makes us fearless, invincible and damn the consequences. But what happens when it’s time to face reality? 

“Me & Her” takes the audience on a journey to explore the intricate complexities of the mother / daughter relationship. Leylah is introduced to us as a wild and dissatisfied teenager, desperate to escape her mother and create a new life where she can fulfil her potential: we follow her journey through the significant stages of her life, absorbing the hits and experiencing the twists and turns of life through Leylah’s eyes. 

“Me & Her” is a show about naivety, trust, and what happens when we fall.

Performed by Nico Marica

Directed by Anca Vaida

The Woman Who Eats Babies

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5-9 July 2022

Doubtful Sound presents
The Woman Who Eats Babies
And other tales from Yamanashi
with traditional music

Flumps by Emma Pallett

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24 - 28 August 2022

From the company that produced last year’s five-star, award-winning ‘Brave Face', here comes 'Flumps'!

A comedic extravaganza of puppetry, music, & a hint of darkness, 'Flumps', written by Emma Pallett, is boldly bursting with wacky plot twists and eccentric realities.

This piece of new writing explores the lives of two siblings dreaming of a life filled with profligacy: Felicity (aged 8) and Harvey (age 13) spend summer alone in their caravan when their mother goes missing.

Will our two dysfunctional heroes find freedom in a life of cushioned fantasy or are they destined to face a reality of responsibilities, social services & ill-obtained furry friends?

Trigger warnings: Swearing, References to Drug/Alcohol Abuse.

Age restriction: This show is intended for a 12 + audience


Box Office Hours

Tickets are available online in advance and on the door in person.

The house and box office both open 15 minutes before the show.  We accept cash and card payments on the door. Latecomers are admitted at the discretion of the company and BC management and late entry cannot be guaranteed. Read our ticket policy here.

Our concession prices are offered to NHS Staff with IDs, students, Universal Credit recipients, over 60's, or anyone who feels the full price is a financial barrier.


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