A hotel room in disarray – lamps broken, cigarette butts, liquor bottles – a dress, and a man accused of rape…
The accused white, the accuser black.
Two lawyers have to uncover and sift through the facts of the case: is the man guilty? And, irrespective of that, can his case be won?
A play about love, loss and mental illness, Proof is one of the most acclaimed productions of this century.
Hal, a student of the recently deceased maths professor Robert, discovers a ground-breaking mathematical proof in Robert’s old office. The struggle is on to find out who wrote it.
The inept and accident prone Script Over Scripture Society (S.O.S.) are putting on a production of The Nativity story. On opening night nothing is going to plan. Despite a collapsing manger, a deranged donkey, and a director on the brink of hysteria, the show must go on!More details
Described as ‘a landmark of British Theatre’, John Osborne’s infamous play catapulted Jimmy Porter, the first Angry Young Man, onto the stage.
A vicious indictment of middle-class mediocrity, Look Back in Anger is an enthralling and disturbing work by a master British playwright.
Tired of her constrained existence as the daughter of a wealthy count, Miss Julie begins an illicit affair with her servant Jean.
August Strindberg’s timelessly provocative Miss Julie is a fascinating exploration of love, lust and power. It remains as resonant now as it was in 1888.