Saturday 23 July 2pm & 7pm

The Rounds by Karli Rose Morris

What’s the difference between death and customer service; very little actually. Follow Seph on their night shift as they meet and interact with various souls who help with their transition to the afterlife. Please note, this play contains explores the issue of grief.  This early-work performance of a brand new one-act play is written, created and performed by our Homegrown young theatre makers.

Tickets £4

Wednesday 27 July 2pm & 7pm

Parade by Amalia Costa & A Day in the Life of Roxie Ellison by Nicky Morley

A double bill of one-act plays


If a genius composer falls down in a forest, and no one hears him, does he really exist?

Paris, 1917.

When eccentric composer Erik Satie and his avant-garde mates decide to try their hand at ballet, chaos ensues, involving riots, a defamation trial and a cardboard horse. The trial generates a significant amount of notoriety for Satie’s fame-seeking friends, but what does it all mean for the troubled man himself, as well as the people he loves? Based on true events, this script-in-hand sharing of a new short play explores the relationship between art and exploitation.

A Day In The Life…

As a student Roxy’s life is equal parts laughter and lament but being a woman in 2022 is no joke. Based on the real experiences of young women, A Day In The Life of Roxy Ellison shines a light on the daily sexism women experience and the inner monologues that try to keep us safe. 

Tickets £4

Friday 29 July at 7pm

Come and support the future of theatre, and join us for a short sharing of monologues and duologues by some the members of our Homegrown Performers group.

A mixture of styles, genres and content that show the talent and energy of these fantastic young performers aged 16 – 25.

Tickets are FREE.


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