Love, life, politics, music and Shakespeare: this season sees an array of artistic talent to be performed in the Studio Theatre throughout May, June and July.
Following the national sell-our tour Team Viking, Tangram Theatre are back with their new drama A Hundred Different Words for Love on Tue 21 May.
Presented By Proto-type Theater, The Audit (or Iceland, a modern myth) is a stylish take on the disparity of the global economy on Wed 22 May.
Custody is an explosive political drama which explores a close British family who lose their loved one at the hands of the police. On Wed 29 May.
Hope Theatre Company presents a remarkable insight in to the extraordinary life of Martyn Hett following the Manchester Arena bombing with #BeMoreMartyn: The Boy with the Deirdre Tattoo on Thu 13 June.
Under the Stars, a charitable organisation for adults with learning disabilities, gives a modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy with King Lear Retold on Fri 5 July.
Wildcard’s multi-award winning Electrolyte will then take to the stage in an explosive musical production exploring mental health on Fri 5 July.
Finally, Flaming Theatre’s dark comedy Really Want to Hurt Me follows a schoolboy’s teenage heartache in 1984 Devon. Thu 11 July.