UNmuted Productions present a new spoken word show about a woman learning to speak out against inequality... not always politely.
Dis-Covery is performance poet, student and general busybody.
A storytelling show about words and love and the word love.
Is it possible that eating too much cake and buying too many dresses are actually signposts back to happiness?
A darkly comic grapple with the awkward task of expression, inviting you into the mind of a person who stammers.
Politics meets powertools and aerobics routines in this physical-video-poetry-comedy show about life under capitalism.
With echoes of hip hop, Kate Tempest and Samuel Beckett’s 'Not I', Roxanne brings an unnerving and provoking spoken word performance about events that have caused social and political frictions.
How do we remember those who have died? Why are we so attached to their stuff?
Jolie Booth’s immersive solo show introduces a flat caught between two timelines: the home of Anne Clarke in 70s bohemian Brighton, and a squat established by Jolie in 2002.