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She's had the time of her life.
Poor Ella is in trouble. She dreams of dancing at the Royal Ball where the handsome Prince Fraser Campbell Wright is looking to find his one true love. But her days and nights are taken up looking after her ugly sisters Fi Fi and Fou Fou and their infamous Dame Academy. As the evil Madame DeMon attempts to rule over the pantosphere, Ella’s time is running out. Will her best friend Buttons ever tell her that he loves her? Will Ella have the time of her life and live happily ever after? "McKnight's take on the die-hard traditions is as sharp as new pins." The Herald
Finding love can be an awfully big adventure.
Little Johnny is the suspected illegitimate lovechild of Linda Nolan and Donnie Osmond. He was discovered abandoned on the doorstep of the Horseshoe Bar, wrapped in an Argos carrier bag with only a bottle of Peach Concorde and 7" vinyl of "Like A Virgin." He's been on a soul-searching quest to find Mr Right. Instead he's found Mr Impotent, Mr Bunny-Boiler, Mr Says-He'll-Call-But-Doesn't, Mr STD and Mr Totally-Not-Interested. Tonight he's looking to find Mr Right-Even-If-Just-For-One-Night. **** "Random Accomplice’s charming show is a genuinely funny romp… You can’t ask for much more in a show… engaging comic performance… it left the audience cheering" The Scotsman
When we three get together strange things happen. Bad Things.
Trouble is brewing in the Crowe house. Today is mother's funeral and the girls can't decide on what to wear, what to read at the service but more importantly what spell to cast on any unwelcome mourners. Buried memories are unearthed from the first time they realized they could make magic, the first time they realized how deadly their magic could be, and the first time they used magic to kill. **** “A truly bewitching hour of theatre…” The Herald; “…very, very funny... a dark delight… a magic hour of entertainment… the devil wears primark” The Metro
We could have been a contender..
Two performers sit within the ashes and burning embers of a ruined theatre, contemplating what happens next, why its taken this long to realise they don't need to be together and what is the best way to get charcoal out of their costumes.“… some of the funniest killer put downs I've heard in a long time…The comedy on show is superb…. there's a genuine spark of creativity here you can't help but warm to.” The Metro Intermission is for all the dreamers who were made to grow up and get real jobs; for the boys with high-pitched voices who never got to be the leading man; for the girls with two left feet who were too tall to be ballet dancers. Intermission is for all those who could have been a contender.
Living together can be murder.
Random Accomplice are Johnny and Julie. They are the best of friends who plan how to murder each other each time they find a hair in the bath plug / find a 2 week old unwashed plate / discover unpaid bills / realise phone messages haven't been passed on. Nothing To Fear Anymore is for all those people who have ever wondered what those strange noises from the flat upstairs really are. “a highly entertaining, seriously bitchy comedy…it had the audience shrieking with delight…” The Herald