Meet Kitten. Kitten wants to talk to you about sex.
Good sex; bad sex; worse sex; porn; flashbacks; dreams met; dreams missed. Consent. That sounds heavy… but not to worry, it’s all packaged in an easily digestible online listicle!
An all-singing, all-dancing conversation about sexual trauma. With confetti. Read more >
Our resident Lauren Silver performed an exclusive work-in-progress for University of Greenwich students of her latest show 'SURPRISE!'
How does a girl with social and anticipation anxiety enjoy a surprise party?
Lauren invites you to explore this with a show packed full of party games and hopefully no panic attacks. Read more >
Eleanor Fogg aka johnsmith took up residency at the start of term 2016-17 and delighted the students with a work-in-progress performance and discussion of We Are All Made of Stars.
johnsmith is a whatever being. Channelling mountains, stars, slime mould and bacteria, john gets into drag as Mother Earth and tries on bodies from the cellular to the cosmic. Read more >
The temperature is rising for three heads stuck in the muck of the anthroposcene. Beyond petrified, they have their dreams, each other, wet earth, the taste of death and molten rocks to pass the time.
After a successful residence over the summer, international theatre company HOAX performed their performance-in-progress "STUCK" during Freshers' Week 2016.
Created by Jillian Wallis in collaboration with Daniele Ridolfi, Reverie is a physical theatre piece about one man's yearning to escape the routines of his life.
An early version was shown at Bathway in March 2015
Resident Antigoni Spanou presented 'Ophelia Rewound', a one-woman intimate, interactive performance, inspired by the character of Ophelia. The piece is an amalgamation of theatre, life and performance art.
The performance is a story of a modern, real woman, that can be accessed by everyone. The audience enter Ophelia’s world and by witnessing her story of heartbreak and despair, both experience a simultaneous transformation. Ophelia's story transforms into one of self-discovery and acceptance, while the audience transform from voyeurs to her invited guests. Read more >