An old soul lives alone.
He likes it that way.
It’s quieter and safer.
One day, a surprise visitor plants a little seed of hope and turns this lonely life upside down.
A rehearsed, script-in-hand reading of Nigel McCrery’s first play for the stage. Going Home focuses on the fate of Jews in the Nazi Holocaust, and tells a survivor’s story when he returns to his village in 1945.
The Lord of Milan is Left Lion’s debut film documentary, about the life of Notts-born football pioneer Herbert Kilpin.
A co-production by Chinese Arts Now and Concert Theatre, Lao Can Impression fuses music and theatre.
A funny and moving real-time live audio drama which invites the audience to eavesdrop on the British Chinese Lo family.
Part of the film series for LGBT Month and Chinese New Year 2019.
What Is Written’s The Art of Conflict follows a group of individuals who are the representation of mankind on Earth. Spoken Movement’s Obibini is a hip-hop theatre show taking you on a journey of self-reflection.
FrancisBacon Project is based on the book, Fragments of a Portrait by David Sylvester, in which he discussed with Francis Bacon his artistic work, philosophy and personal life.
A kaleidoscope of fascinating performances by professional artists including Chinese Erhu, Guzheng and Bamboo Flute music, together with spectacular group-coordinated Kung Fu routines.