Brickhouse


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A newly qualified journalist gets his first big break writing for the Maily Dail just as the biggest upset in British politics is about to occur. How will he cope with his fearsome editor and the many throws and spills of the referendum campaign? Follow the story of Cavid Dameron’s […]

A Very Brexit Musical


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Joseph is coming to Cambridge! Brought to you by Robinson’s Brickhouse Theatre Company, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical tells the well-known tale of Joseph and his coat of many colours from the Bible’s Book of Genesis. With a humorous blend of musical styles and a range of […]

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat


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Straight from the English set texts comes William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline. Imogen, daughter of King Cymbeline, has displeased her father by marrying Posthumus. In exile, Posthumus proclaims the beauty of his wife to the villainous Iachimo and lays a wager on her fidelity. But Iachimo will stop at nothing to prove […]

Cymbeline



Figaro
<< Le Mariage de Figaro >> was performed in 1784 for the first time. The play was censored for many years, and this already hints at its revolutionary and insolent dimension. This sequel of sorts to “The Barber of Sevilla” mainly revolves around this question: will Figaro and Suzanne manage […]

The Marriage of Figaro


Losters
Set on a London estate, The Losters Play deals with the fallout of a group of youth’s being mailed a corpse. What follows involves Polish drug dealers, embalming with anti-freeze and Kesha. Described by Stovepipe playwright Adam Brace as “the best play by a young playwright I’ve read”, The Losters […]

The Losters Play


Gawain
New Year’s Day 2050, Compound Camelot. There’s not much to look forward to in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, so when the Green Knight crashes the party with a game of Russian Roulette, Gawain’s only too eager to go. There’s just one twist – the winner has to take a shot from […]

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight