We are delighted to announce that we are once again open to the public. Thank you for your patience, we cannot wait to welcome you back!


23-24 Oct

NOTORIOUS MALIGNANTS: An immersive journey through the community of Old Leigh in 1645, when the English Civil War raged and Matthew Hopkins, Witchfinder General, was on the hunt…

Devised by the Company | Directed by Nigel Munson
This is a promenade performance taking place in Leigh-on-Sea


4-6 Nov

REVOLUTION: Two captivating shows, one unmissable double bill:
¿QUÉ? Oscar and Liddy, two strangers from very separate lives — one fleeing from his home, the other desperately trying to protect hers – but will their biggest obstacle be the language barrier between them or the treacherous journey that lies just ahead?
GRIMM TOWERS For some it’s impossible to imagine going home to a flooded floor, faulty electrics and mould stained walls, but not for the residents of Grimm Towers. Meet the occupants as they navigate the social housing system and try to keep their community safe.

Devised by the Companies | Directed by Andre Pink and Andrew McPherson


18-20 Nov

THE GILDED SPLINTER: Harry is the best ‘bug man in the business . Specialising in the listen-in and surveillance.  Navigating life through the conversations of others, but to what cost? What starts as another day in the job avalanches into chaos.

Devised by David Glass and the Company | Directed by David Glass


2-4 Dec

BLUNDERLAND: 1854. Britain is fighting a war in the Crimea.  Incompetence, childish rivalry and astonishing miscommunication amongst its unqualified, aristocratic commanders create a series of tragic errors that lead to the totally unnecessary deaths of ordinary soldiers – culminating in one of the great military disasters in history, commonly known as The Charge of the Light Brigade.

Written and Directed by Tom Mallaburn


9-11 Dec

THE ZONE: Our much loved Christmas cabaret returns. All we have grown to love and despise about variety talent shows wrapped into one glorious night!

Devised by the Company. Directed by Ainslie Masterton. Musical Direction by Richard John.