Production Archive


Philadelphia, Here I Come! centres around Gareth (Gar) O’Donnell’s move to America, specifically Philadelphia. The play takes place on the night before and morning of Gar’s departure to America. Gar is portrayed by two characters, Gar Public (“the Gar that people see, talk to, talk about”) and Gar Private (“the […]

Philadelphia, Here I Come!


Cambridge’s comedy scene asks the question we’re all dying to know the answer to: “What’s wrong with me?” Join us as doctors (or at least comedians playing doctors) try to diagnose the ills of the world and provide the best medicine of all, laughter, in large doses that push the […]

What’s Wrong With Me


“But you’ve asked a simple question, and I’ve told you why. It wasn’t on a dare or on a whim. It’s hard to comprehend now that the reason why, was simply that I went along with him.” Relationships can be murder. In 1924, two wealthy Chicago University students abducted and […]

Thrill Me



Newly set in 2019, Funny Girl follows the story of Fanny Brice, talented and irrepressible but incapable of succeeding as a woman in traditional showbiz because she doesn’t fit the mould of the all-American beauty queen. The show charts her meteoric rise through comedy instead and her turbulent marriage to […]

Funny Girl


“It is madness in all women to let a secret love kindle within them, which, if unreturned and unknown, must devour the life that feeds it.” A bold and theatrically inventive adaptation of the literary classic that succeeds as both a wise distillation of the novel and a thrilling piece […]

Jane Eyre


What is there beyond hope? In the sitting room of a dishevelled flat in post-war London, Hester Collyer is found by her neighbours in the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt. Slowly, the story of her tempestuous affair with an alcoholic RAF pilot and the breakdown of her marriage to […]

The Deep Blue Sea



Everyone is hearing strange things about April. Surely it can’t be that simple. Can it? This is a new show about climate change, rumour, choices, parenting, and nothing else.   THE UNBELIEVABLE ENDING OF THE WORLD by WILL MACLEAN Tuesday 12th March – Saturday 16th March 2019, 21:30, Corpus Playroom

The Unbelievable Ending of the World


Violet is a young woman on a journey. Her facial disfigurement, caused by an accident involving her father’s axe, and her his subsequent effort to protect Violet from the outside world’s cruelty, has caused her to shut herself away from everyone. But on September 4th, 1964, inspired by the promises […]

Violet


“No one would have believed, in the last years of the nineteenth century, that human affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of space. And slowly, but surely, they drew their plans against us.” Jeff Wayne’s 1978 concept Album “The War of the Worlds”, combining the iconic 1897 story […]

The War of the Worlds



“Since the disaster we’ve all kind of… forgotten about ourselves. You know, the way we look? And some of us thought it would be a nice idea to have someone like you to come along and give us a talk on beauty tips – a demonstration – that’s all. But […]

The Revlon Girl


‘You funny creature! A woman who loves you – a woman you love – fine summer weather. What could be simpler than that?’ Charming, handsome, and with an opinion on everything, once upon a time Platonov seemed bound for greatness. Now he is a simple country schoolteacher and husband to […]

Wild Honey


Sondheim’s blackly comic masterpiece about obsession and revenge is coming to Brickhouse! Combining wickedly sharp lyrics with some of the most sophisticated and beautiful music in the whole of musical theatre gives a show not to be missed. The play follows the barber Sweeney Todd as he returns to London […]

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street




When Ted, a professor in philosophy at an American university, brings his wife Ruth to visit the North London home he grew up in, he finds his family still living in the house – Max, his father, Sam, an uncle, and Lenny and Joe, his brothers. From this point of […]

The Homecoming


A Very Brexit Musical is back and bigger than ever! 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 twists and turns […]

A Very Brexit Musical – Edinburgh Fringe



Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik’s ‘Spring Awakening’, charts the coming of age of 11 late 19th century German teenagers, through the medium of folk-infused rock. It deals with a myriad of issues – sex, mental health, death, suicide, sexual and physical abuse and the struggles of being subjected to the […]

Spring Awakening


“But I’m mad, Inspector: certified mad! I’m a sort of amateur performance artist – my fellow performers need to be people who don’t realise that they’re in my plays.” The city is in uproar following news of the mysterious death of an anarchist who fell from a window during a […]

Accidental Death of an Anarchist


‘Prevent couldn’t, pardon the pun, do enough to prevent tragedy. Respect will. And after all, what teacher hasn’t wished that children wouldn’t learn more respect?’ Books are being banned. Students are being sent to specialist behavioral units for reading. Teachers are being forced to stay silent. The world is changing […]

Teaching British Values



Starry-eyed young lovers Alexis and Aline wish everyone in their village could be as happily besotted as they are. In a moment of inspiration, they decide to hire John Wellington Wells, a distinguished representative of a highly respectable London firm of sorcerers, to brew a love-potion for their fellow citizens. […]

Cambridge University Gilbert and Sullivan Society: The Sorcerer


‘This is my rage. This is my love. This is my town. This is my city. This is my life’. The Tony Award-winning hit rock musical ‘American Idiot’, which includes every song from Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ album as well as several songs from the following release ’21st Century Breakdown’, […]

American Idiot