This stunning physical drama grapples with issues that have become all too well known to the American public – war of occupation, PTSD, sexual abuse, and the price of committing combat troops to situations that may have no end.
En route from Istanbul to Paris, two beautiful damsels in distress are held captive aboard the luxurious Orient Express by a notorious Ottoman royal.
It's up to their faithful lovers to rescue them before it's too late!
James Conlon conducts a brilliant ensemble of soloists, including soprano Aleksandra Kurzak, returning to our stage for the first time since her extraordinary 2011 debut as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte.
Imagine being twelve and having soldiers occupying your house and land, with only your cat to tell your secrets.
Kneehigh Theatre, who wowed audiences at The Wallis with Brief Encounter, return with 946, which was originally produced by The Wallis' new Artistic Director Paul Crewes.
Kneehigh's signature sorcery of music, puppetry and foolishness will transport us to Slapton Sands, England in 1944.
Based on the beloved book by War Horse author Michael Morpurgo, 946 explodes everything we though we knew about the D-Day landings in this tender tale of love and war.
Bass Morris Robinson returns as the Pasha's delightfully nefarious henchman Osmin.
Everyone is tired of talking about race and the police, we are too, so we decided to sing about it instead!
This original musical comedy is the story of a son who is at odds with his father's old-world views.
Cop sticks, and afro picks, come get your ass whooped!