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A Colder Water Than Here by Matt Jones
Theatre. Voices echo for thousands of miles with memories of the past.
£12. Pit, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:15

A Haunting by Nathan Lucky Wood
Theatre. A disturbingly believable tale of online gaming and growing up.
£12. Pit, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 21:15

A Hundred Different Words for Love by James Rowland
Theatre. A theatrical storytelling show with words (and love)
£9. Cage, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 19:15

A Year From Now by RedBellyBlack Theatre Company
Theatre. 14 VOICES. 5 ACTORS. ONE YEAR.
£12. Crescent, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 18:10

A Young Man Dressed As A Gorilla Dressed As An Old Man Sits Rocking In A Rocking Chair For Fifty-Six Minutes And Then Leaves by N/A
Performance. One performance only. Sellout expected.
£Free. Brick Hall, from 29 Jan to 29 Jan at 18:10

Adele is Younger Than Us by Adele Is Younger Than Us – Stiff And Kitsch
Comedy. Self deprecating songs and comedy about a life of not being Adele
£12. Cage, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 21:30

Alexis Dubus – Cars And Girls by Alexis Dubus
Comedy. A witty, heartfelt poetic tale of love, heartache and adventure
£9. Crescent, from 09 Feb to 09 Feb at 21:30

All of Me by Anything Other Theatre Company
Theatre. A dark comedy about gambling addiction, loss, loneliness and coping.
£9. Studio, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:30

ANDRODES by SARTORY
Musical. An immersive, cinematic, electronic music experience
£15. Cavern, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 22:30

Angus Dunican: The Vanity Project by Angus Dunican
Comedy. When was the last time ‘reality’ did you any favours?
£12. Crescent, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 21:30

Ash by Bric à Brac
Theatre. A playful take on the highs and lows of addiction.
£9. Studio, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 21:30

Astronauts of Hartlepool by Tim Foley
Theatre. Your town is under attack. Dark comedy about broken Britain.
£12. Pit, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:15

Ava Rage by Lorna Shaw
Comedy. A high-octane hour of clown, stand-up and music.
£9. Crescent, from 26 Jan to 26 Jan at 21:30

BADD by Hermetic Arts
Theatre. Bothered about Dungeons & Dragons? Save yourselves from Satan here!
£12. Studio, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 21:30

Balancing Acts by Kaleido Film Collective in collaboration with Feral Foxy Ladies
Performance. A multi-media performance sharing intimate stories on depression and coping
£12. Network Theatre, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 18:30

BattleActs! by BattleActs!
Comedy. Award-winning, multi-five-star comedy show: comedy just got nasty!
£12. Crescent, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 19:45

Becoming Shades by Becoming Shades – Chivaree Circus
Performance. Dark immersive circus retelling the Greek Myth of Persephone
£20. Cavern, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 21:00

Beef And Dairy Network Podcast by Beef And Dairy Network
Comedy. The world’s leading bovine themed comedy podcast.
£9. Crescent, from 05 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:10

BitterSuite Masterclass by BitterSuite
Live Art / Installation. Making art for the senses: A series of masterclasses
£12. MC Concert, from 03 Feb to 03 Mar at 19:30

BLINDSIDE by Stephanie Morin-Robert
Comedy. Award-winning-eye-popping-comedy about a mischievous girl with a glass-eye.
£15. Network Theatre, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:30

Blood & Bone by Cicada Studios
Theatre. A colourful, kooky and downright dirty puppetry show.
£12. Studio, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 21:30

Bloody Mary: In Service to the True God by by Bernie C Byrnes
Theatre. Rape, burnings, beheadings and religious persecution.
£12. Network Theatre, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 20:30

BORDERLAND // CALAIS by Crew for Calais
Theatre. A theatrical rendering of truths and myths from Camp Calais.
£9. Network Theatre, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:20

Brendan Murphy: BAGMANIMOUS by Brendan Murphy
Comedy. A stupid, surreal, one-man Sesame Street… without the puppets.
£9. Crescent, from 01 Mar to 01 Mar at 21:30

Britney by Charly Clive and Ellen Robertson
Comedy. A comedy with lots of heart, and a brain tumour.
£9. Studio, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 21:30

Caravan Shorts by Caravan Shorts
Theatre. Four weeks of various evocative, humorous, intriguing 15 minute plays.
£5. The Caravan, from 08 Feb to 04 Mar at 18:15

Carry On Jaywick by Dan Murphy
Theatre. A new verbatim play from the residents of Britain’s most deprived town
£12. Cage, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 19:15

Casual Violence: The Grot In The Grotto by Casual Violence
Comedy. Triple award winning sketch villains return with fresh new monsters.
£12. Brick Hall, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 20:25

Celestial Ape by James King
Comedy. An Apocalyptic Soviet Space Comedy of Cosmically Pessimistic Proportions.
£12. Crescent, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:10

Chorus (work-in-progress) by Katie Bonna
Theatre. Funny, poetic look at self-censorship, inspired by the Greek chorus.
£9. Brick Hall, from 04 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:10

Circle Line by LISA PANCUCCI
Theatre. A dark comedy of atonement through the compassion of strangers
£12. Network Theatre, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 20:30

Claustrophilia by Naomi Westerman
Theatre. Kidnapped. A prisoner. 563 Days. What happens after they escape?
£12. Pit, from 17 Feb to 18 Feb at 18:15

THE CLUB by RUARAIDH MURRAY
Theatre. One night. Two dickheads. ★★★★★ Comedy set in legendary 90’s club, The Tardis.
£12. Cage, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 19:15

Cornwall Vs China by AllthePigs
Theatre. Thought Provoking, Razor Sharp, Satirical Comedy starring no one famous.
£9. Pit, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 19:45

Crocodile by Joe Eyre
Theatre. Alan and Jane are new parents. Their daughter’s a crocodile.
£12. Network Theatre, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:30

Daddy’s Girl by Georgia Brown
Theatre. Heartfelt, hilarious debut play about having a parent in prison.
£15. Brick Hall, from 27 Jan to 28 Jan at 18:10

Decide A Quest by Theatre of a Thousand Names Or…
Comedy. Comedy theatre romp with different paths decided by the audience.
£9. Studio, from 22 Feb to 22 Feb at 18:30 & 20:00

Don’t Let Me Down by Andy Goddard
Theatre. It’s all fun and games until the balloon says, “Hi”…
£9. Pit, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 21:15

Dr Zeiffal, Dr Zeigal and the hippo that can never be caught! by Mouths of Lions
Theatre. Award-winning comedy that will have kids storming the stage
£12. Cage, from 28 Jan to 26 Feb at 14:30

Droll by the Owle Schreame
Theatre. Rough, wild, drunken theatre; illegal renaissance sketch comedy. Utterly, unremittingly ridiculous.
£9. Pit, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:15

ELEANOR CONWAY’S WALK OF SHAME by ELEANOR CONWAY
Comedy. A critically acclaimed comedy debut about sex, sobriety and sambuca.
£12. Crescent, from 15 Feb to 15 Feb at 21:30

The End Of Dance by Yann Allsopp
Theatre. Dance illegal? Your Local MPs are here to fight back!
£9. Brick Hall, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 18:10

The Episode by Tom Brennan
Theatre. An intimate new play about fashion, power and cataclysmic disaster.
£9. Pit, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 21:15

Escapemobile: Houdini’s Last Trick
£9. Escapemobile, from 25 Jan to 05 Mar at All Hours

Exactly Like You by Lotte Rice
Theatre. A girl struggling with lonliness is visited by Nina Simone
£12. Cage, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 19:15

Face to Face Festival by FACE TO FACE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FRINGES 2017
Theatre. Outstanding Five Star Face to Face Hits and Award Winners
£12. Studio, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:30

Fcuk’d by Niall Ransome / Sonderlust Theatre
Theatre. A tense and fast paced one man show written entirely in verse.
£12. MC Studio, from 26 Jan to 02 Feb at 18:30

Fran & Leni by Sadie Hasler
Theatre. Fran & Leni. Girls with guitars bored of playing nice.
£12. Pit, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 19:45

FREAK by Nathan Penlington
Theatre. a true story that travels to the heart of American sideshow.
£9. Studio, from 26 Feb to 26 Feb at 15:15 & 16:45

Frieda Loves Ya! by Frieda Love
Cabaret. A show about love. With boobs and cake. A RevoLOVEtion!
£9. Crescent, from 24 Feb to 24 Feb at 21:30

Frontal Lobotomy by Frontal Lobotomy – Jeu Jeu la Foille
Theatre. Visual Storytelling and Poetry, with a Tom Waits inspired soundtrack
£9. The Jazz Bar, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:00

Gemma Arrowsmith: Earthling by Gemma Arrowsmith
Comedy. Sketches and characters exploring the best and worst of humanity.
£9. Studio, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 21:30

The Gran Show by Viki Browne
Performance. Viki’s Gran died this is the amusing heartfelt product of her greif.
£9. MC Studio, from 02 Mar to 02 Mar at 20:00

The Great Gatsby Presented by The Guild Of Misrule in association with The Immersive Ensemble and Perrier Jouët
Theatre. Red hot jazz, bootleg liquor, debauchery. A remarkable immersive experience.
£26.25. Gatsby’s Place, from 25 Jan to 05 Mar at 21:00

Great Train Robbery by Scratchworks Theatre Company
Theatre. A madcap heist-movie adventure that flips history on its head.
£12. Brick Hall, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 20:20

Greywing House by Molly Beth Morossa
Theatre. A dark and chilling one-woman tale of love lost.
£12. Cavern, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 19:30

Guitar Multiverse by Declan Zapala
Musical. A crossover percussive/classical guitar solo show for all music lovers
£12. MC Concert, from 27 Jan to 27 Jan at 20:00

Happily Never After by The Maydays
Comedy. A dark and twisted musical tale, inspired by Tim Burton.
£12. Pit, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 21:15

Happy by Quite Nice Theatre
Musical. If you can’t be happy at least be not sad
£12. Network Theatre, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 20:30

Hearing Things by by Philip Osment
Theatre. Moving, provocative drama opening a window to the closed world of mental healthcare.
£12. Cavern, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:00

Helen Duff: When The Going Gets Duff by Helen Duff
Comedy. “Master of shamelessly silly yet socially conscious clowning” Helen Duff returns
£12. Network Theatre, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 20:30

HIP by Kriya Arts
Theatre. “Authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism.”
£9. Studio, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:30

House of Burlesque: 2.0 by TheProdcuersUK & Tempest Rose for House of Burlesque
Cabaret. The revolution will be crystallised….hi-end glamour, joyful satire and subversive cabaret.
£15. Brick Hall, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 20:25

Hurly Burly by Tim Wilson
Performance. Featuring His Live Human Child (Male, Newborn), Man Attempts To Explain Everything, Fails
£9. Brick Hall, from 01 Mar to 01 Mar at 18:10

Hurricane Katie by Katie Pritchard
Comedy. A musical comedy show like no other
£9. Crescent, from 27 Jan to 27 Jan at 21:30

I Need to Vent by Loren O’Brien
Theatre. A dark comedy about the girl who cried ‘help’.
£12. Cage, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 21:30

If You Lived Here You’d Be ALOOF! By Now by Ian Lane
Comedy. A stand-up comedy show about home, the body, and detachment
£9. Crescent, from 03 Feb to 04 Feb at 21:30

Jamie Saves the World by James Alexander
Comedy. A hero’s journey; minus the hero!
£12. Cavern, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 21:00

The Jest: Sketches from the Vault by The Jest
Comedy. The comedy quintet present a one-off hour of sketches.
£9. Crescent, from 19 Feb to 19 Feb at 21:30

The Jurassic Parks by Superbolt Theatre
Theatre. Superbolt are back with their award-winning spin on Spielberg’s classic.
£15. Crescent, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 19:45

Kat Bond: Loo Roll by Kat Bond
Comedy. Comic Kat Bond’s journey to find her family via Loo-Roll.
£9. Crescent, from 02 Mar to 03 Mar at 21:30

Kings by Oli Forsyth
Theatre. “Trouble with you lot is asking. Don’t ask. Take”
£15. Studio, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 20:00

Labels by Joe Sellman-Leava
Theatre. Multi award-winning solo show about Britishness, migration & sticky labels!
£12. Cage, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 21:30

LadyFace by Lucy Farrett
Comedy. FAST! MAD! CHARACTERS! COMEDY! CHAOS! EXCLAMATION MARK! ANOTHER EXCLAMATION MARK!
£9. Crescent, from 25 Feb to 25 Feb at 21:30

Laff Shack by VAULT & Loren O’Brien
Free Comedy. Loren hosts an hour of free stand-up and sketches from all kinds of comedians.
£Free. Punch Up, from Every Thurs to Every Thurs at 22:30

The Litterati by Shrapnel Theatre
Theatre. A new story of riots, hedonism, and human potential.
£15. Cavern, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 19:30

Living A Little by Finlay Bain
Theatre. A new absurd comedy drama filled with booze, banter and obscenities.
£12. Crescent, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 19:45

Over The Limit Season – The Lock In by Over The Limit
Theatre. Time called and doors shut. One more for the road?
£12. Pit, from 03 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:15

The Long Trick by Marietta Kirkbride in association with Bucket Club
Theatre. A play with song about the Robin Hood of Cornwall
£12. Pit, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 19:45

Loren O’Brien: Okie Dokie by Loren O’Brien
Comedy. A comedy show about dreams by someone who doesn’t have any.
£12. Pit, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 21:15

Maisie Says She Loves Me by Jimmy Osborne
Theatre. Maisie loves Sheldon. Sheldon inherited his father’s love. Poor Maisie.
£15. Network Theatre, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 20:30

Major Tom by Tom Moores and Joe Hufton
Theatre. A one-man show about a one-way ticket…and Bruce Springsteen
£12. Cage, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 21:30

The Many Crimes of Hector Cartwright by Kieran O’Rourke
Theatre. Another gritty thriller from the masters of norther noir.
£12. Crescent, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:10

Marcel Lucont’s Whine List by Marcel Lucont
Comedy. France’s favourite flâneur’s group therapy where everyone leaves more depressed.
£9. Crescent, from 05 Mar to 05 Mar at 21:30

Mars Actually by Superbolt Theatre
Theatre. Award-winning company Superbolt premiere their kaleidoscopic vision of life on Mars.
£12. Crescent, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 19:45

Megan Ford: FEMINASTY
Comedy. A comedy show about the stupid media from a piece of American trash.
£12. Crescent, from 17 Feb to 18 Feb at 21:30

Mental by Kane Power
Performance. What does it mean when someone tells you you’re mental?
£12. Studio, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 21:30

Mme Bovary’s Communist After-Party by Elena Procopiu
Theatre. A mother’s post-communist tale of love, loss and the importance contraception
£9. Brick Hall, from 26 Jan to 26 Oct at 18:10

The MMORPG Show by Paul Flannery
Comedy. An epic, sprawling, open world show entirely of the audience’s devising
£9. Studio, from 26 Feb to 26 Feb at 18:30 & 20:00

The Monks of Umami: Radiodyssey by The Monks of Umami
Comedy. A quest for misplaced radio comedy. Strap in your ears!
£9. Crescent, from 23 Feb to 23 Feb at 21:30

My Pain Is Better Than Your Pain (Preview) by Jonnie Bayfield / Caligula’ Alibi
Theatre. A time-hopping ‘traumedy’ of stand-up, storytelling and psychotherapy.
£9. Studio, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 20:00

My World Has Exploded A Little Bit by Bella Heesom
Theatre. A funny, heartbreaking, deeply personal guide to bereavement.
£12. Studio, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:30

The Neath by Specifiq & Dean Rodgers
Immersive. A members bar at the crossroad between worlds, where reality thins and cracks begin to appear.
£26.25. Cavern, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 18:15

The Night by Crowley & Co.
Comedy. Free weekly variety with the Night Players!
Free. Punch Up, from Every Weds to Every Weds at 20:30

Night At The Theatre by Casson & Friends
Dance. An accessible dance theatre show, celebrating the creativity in us all!
£12. Studio, from 12 Feb to 12 Feb at 13:45

Notflix by Waiting For The Call: The Improvised Musical
Comedy. Because everything is better as a musical
£12. Network Theatre, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 20:30

Nothingism by Phil Mann
Comedy. Surreal one-man sketch show of incredible proportions
£9. Pit, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 21:15

Omar & Lee present: We Are All Idiots by Omar & Lee
Comedy. Omar & Lee: idiots, clowns, hapless goons. Join them.
£9. Crescent, from 10 Feb to 10 Feb at 21:30

On the Crest of A Wave by Camilla Valerie & Longsight Theatre
Theatre. We’re throwing a funeral for the long-dead. It’ll be weird.
£9. Cavern, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 19:30

Pelican by Pelican
Comedy. Surreal, physical and joyful. Inventive comedy that aims to uplift.
£9. Crescent, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 21:30

Play Time by Of Mice Theatre
Comedy. Nine-year-olds Alfie and Elton are in deep trouble.
£9. Pit, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 18:15

Princess Suffragette by London Grey & Green Theatre Company
Theatre. Princess Sophia Duleep Singh: from aristocrat to suffragette
£12. Cage, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 21:30

Project2: Geekeasy by Project2
Comedy. Comedy for nerds: improv, sketch, stand-up and musical comedy.
£9. Studio, from 25 Feb to 25 Feb at 16:45 & 20:00

Project2: Improvised Science Fiction by Project2
Comedy. Project2 improvise a brand new science fiction show every night.
£9. Pit, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 19:45

Prom Kween by Prom Kween – Áine Flanagan Productions and Rebecca Humphries presents
Musical. How one boy made “herstory”.
£9. Cage, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 21:30

Puppy by Naomi Westerman
Theatre. Dogging. Lesbian romance. Feminist porn. Protest. No actual dogs.
£12. MC Studio, from 23 Feb to 02 Mar at 18:30

Repetitive Beats by Repetitive Beats – By Kathryn Gardner
Theatre. Acid House, a revolution, the second summer of love..
£15. Cavern, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 21:00

Rhys Bevan & Lewis Doherty by Rhys Bevan & Lewis Doherty
Comedy. Solo comedy from half of acclaimed sketch group Laughing Stock.
£9. Crescent, from 04 Mar to 04 Mar at 21:30

Save + Quit by Sophia Leuner
Theatre. Four lives, two cities. Energetic multi-roling, fearless, compelling and raw human stories.
£12. Studio, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 20:00

Scenes From An Urban Gothic by Theatre Imaginers
Theatre. A powerful physical journey into a familiar yet bizarre world.
£12. Cavern, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:00

Scratch That: Vault Festival by Scratch That
Performance. Discover a gem in the making from London’s best live acts
£9. Brick Hall, from 25 Jan to 02 Mar at 18:10

Scribble by The RH Experience
Comedy. Improvised comedy narrative with songs, against a live illustrated backdrop.
£9. Crescent, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 21:30

Seven Crazy Bitches by Holly Morgan
Cabaret. The Seven Ages of Woman via a Bag o’ Wigs
£12. The Jazz Bar, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:00

Over The Limit Season – Siren by Over The Limit
Theatre. In the darkness lurks the monster you didn’t know existed…
£12. Pit, from 02 Mar to 04 Mar at 18:15

Sketchageddon Showcase by The London Comedy Writers
Comedy. The best in sketch comedy from London’s top writing group.
£9. Crescent, from 02 Feb to 02 Feb at 21:30

Skin of the Teeth by FAT CONTENT, written by Anna Beecher
Theatre. The story of a boy without fear. Thriller meets fairytale.
£9. Cavern, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:00

The South Afreakins by Robyn Paterson
Theatre. Comedic solo show about immigration and the search for home.
£12. Studio, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 20:00

Space Play by Brave Badger Theatre
Theatre. A black comedy about a stranded astronaut suspended in space.
£15. Cavern, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 18:00

The Starship Osiris by Willis & Vere
Comedy. George Vere (and an exasperated cast) present his “sci-fi masterpiece”.
£9. Pit, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 19:45

Still Waiting by Crew for Calais
Theatre. A hundred handshakes in the Calais Refugee Camp.
£9. Brick Hall, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 20:25

Story Etc. Live by Crowley & Co. and Audioscribble
Theatre. Your first look at the podcast about making stuff up.
£9. Crescent, from 03 Feb to 03 Feb at 18:10

The Subterranean Season by PLAY Theatre Company
Theatre. A season of bold new work to inspire and ignite.
£12. Brick Hall, from 25 Jan to 05 Mar at 20:25

Summer Nights In Space by Henry Carpenter
Musical. Blast off with Captain John Spartan in this space- age musical odyssey!
£15. Brick Hall, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:00

The Swarm by The Quorum
Performance. A dynamic new immersive opera about a swarm of honeybees
£15. Cavern, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 19:30

>taur_ by BROKENSTEREO
Theatre. Find the answers before they find you.
£12. Cavern, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:00

Testament by Tristan Bernays
Theatre. The dark underside of the Greatest Story Ever Told.
£12. Pit, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 18:15

The Texas Tax Man by Luke Courtier
Theatre. Violence, friendship and the true importance of fiscal responsibility in the Wild West
£9. Cavern, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 21:00

The Alchemical Door Presents… by ImmerCity
Theatre. The winner of our immersive new writing event, The Alchemical Door
£15. MC Studio, from 27 Jan to 16 Feb at 20:00

This Is Not Culturally Significant. by Out of Spite Theatre
Theatre. Raw, crude, harrowing, grotesque and darkly comic one-man show.
£12. Cage, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 19:15

This Must Be The Place by Brad Birch and Kenneth Emson
Theatre. This is not a London story. No. None of that here.
£12. Pit, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 19:45

Thought To Flesh by Birds of Passage
Theatre. A thought-provoking depiction of life with Motor Neurone Disease
£12. Network Theatre, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 18:30

To Visit A Friend by Thomas Kirk Shannon
Theatre. A journey of hope, in a hospital room.
£12. Cavern, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 19:30

Toby at The Vaults by Sarah and Lizzie Daykin
Comedy. Sisters Sarah and Lizzie present their unique brand of dysfunctional comedy
£9. The Jazz Bar, from 10 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:00

Todd & God by Richard Marsh
Theatre. A slacker atheist becomes the Chosen One. Awkward.
£12. Pit, from 16 Feb to 16 Feb at 18:05

VAULT Film Festival: Features by VAULT
Film. A selection of features, including world premieres, curated by Niger Asije.
£5. Crescent, from Every Sat & Sun to Every Sat & Sun at 14:30

VAULT Film Festival: Shorts by VAULT
Film. A selection of shorts, including world premieres, curated by Niger Asije.
£5. Crescent, from Every Sat & Sun to Every Sat & Sun at 13:00

Ventoux by 2Magpies Theatre
Theatre. The greatest ever stage of the Tour de France restaged
£12. Crescent, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:10

Walk With Me by Crew for Calais
Theatre. The moment you leave everything behind.
£9. Network Theatre, from 15 Feb to 19 Feb at 18:30

Wayward by Cat Loud
Cabaret. A surreal musical cabaret with mischief in mind.
£12. The Jazz Bar, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 18:00

We Are Brontë by Publick Transport
Theatre. A hilarious interpretation of the Brontë myth through physical theatre.
£12. Brick Hall, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 18:10

WE ARE IAN by In Bed With My Brother
Performance. FEMALE LADY CLOWNS HYPERCOLOUR BROWN BISCUIT DANCE RAVE ACID PARTY
£12. Cavern, from 01 Feb to 05 Feb at 21:00

Welcome to the Vox Box by The Vox Vixens
Cabaret. A cabaret of luxurious perversions.
£9. The Jazz Bar, from 01 Mar to 05 Mar at 18:10

Wendy House by Walk the Dog Productions
Theatre. Relationships are hard, especially when they steal your teddy bear
£12. The Jazz Bar, from 08 Feb to 09 Feb at 18:00

Werewolf: Live by Jon Gracey
Theatre. Come play a live, theatrical reimagining of gaming classic: Werewolf!
£9. Studio, from 24 Feb to 24 Feb at 18:30 & 20:00

What Shall We Do With the Cello? by Matei Visniec
Theatre. Surreal comedy lands existential punch for the Brexit generation.
£12. Cage, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 19:15

Who Shot Wayne Sleep? by The Martini Encounter
Cabaret. A comic cacophony of song, ukuleles, spoon playing and gin.
£12. The Jazz Bar, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 18:00

Over The Limit Season – The Witch’s Mark by Over The Limit
Theatre. Who is that figure lurking in the shadows?
£12. Pit, from 01 Mar to 04 Mar at 18:15

Witt ‘n Camp
Cabaret. The musical comedy double act. “They’re the dogs f***ing bollocks”.
£12. Crescent, from 16 Feb to 16 Feb at 21:30

Wooden Overcoats – LIVE by David K. Barnes
Comedy. Two funeral homes. One Island. Critically acclaimed sitcom – performed live!
£9. Crescent, from 04 Feb to 04 Feb at 18:10

Worlds by Martin Murphy
Theatre. Two actors, multiple roles. New comedy directed by James Kermack.
£12. Studio, from 25 Jan to 29 Jan at 20:00

WRETCH by Interval Productions
Musical. When the world thinks you’re nothing, you’ve nothing to lose…
£15. Brick Hall, from 08 Feb to 12 Feb at 18:10

The Wunderkammer by Do Not Adjust Your Stage
Comedy. Improvised comedy inspired by TED-style talks from guest expert speakers
£9. Crescent, from 11 Feb to 11 Feb at 21:30

You Having Olaf? by Joseph Cullen
Comedy. Children are not the future; thankfully they are my past.
£12. Crescent, from 22 Feb to 26 Feb at 21:30