Displaying events between March 20th and March 31st
The Last Five Years is one of the most intimate shows in the history of musical theatre. First performed in 2001 this fully sung show has won the hearts of critics and the public everywhere it goes. The story of two people who loved each other more than anything and how they would do anything to keep it that way. The story is uniquely told both forwards and backwards. Jamie’s side starts at their first date whereas Cathy’s story begins with her signing divorce papers.
DatesTue 20th, Wed 21st
The world's longest running live comedy show! Topical satire told through sketches and songs, updated every week.
DatesThu 22nd, Fri 23rd, Sat 24th, Sun 25th, Thu 29th, Fri 30th, Sat 31st
Following a fantastic run at the Edinburgh Festival, comedian and junior doctor Ed Patrick opens the doors to his Comedians’ Surgery in it’s new home at the Canal Cafe Theatre. In a unique show where comedians talk about health, expect frank tales, experiences, and guests who had to book an appointment six months ago. Previous guests include Joe Lycett, James Acaster, Angela Barnes, Andy Hamilton, Katy Wix, Phil Wang, Tez Ilyas and more. Check online for upcoming guests.
Spend an evening with the greatest (and funniest) rhetorical minds in the UK debating all of today's most important topics, such as: Sitting v. Standing The Future v. The Past This is a Trap v. This is Not a Trap and so many more. At It's Debatable! pairs of comedians are given topics at the beginning of the show, they then have two minutes each to present their arguments, one minute each for rebuttal and then you decide who wins!
You Have A Match is presented as part of The Pub Theatre Festival, an initiative set up to support emerging theatre companies and to celebrate our pub theatre culture. Two girls take on the world of online dating. In a society where it is easier to swipe right then say “Hi, how are you?”, how far will you go for true love?
On Having No Head is presented as part of The Pub Theatre Festival, an initiative set up to support emerging theatre companies and to celebrate our pub theatre culture. Ever considered ditching your head with all its woes? Ever thought your head is more like a tardis?
Memories We Lost In The Fire is presented as part of The Pub Theatre Festival, an initiative set up to support emerging theatre companies and to celebrate our pub theatre culture. Lies, sex and broken promises. A brand new play which tells the story of Charlie, Jenny and Taylor, three lives that become perilously intertwined.