Nic in dark comedy at VAULT Festival

Nic Lamont will be appearing in her dark comedy duo The Twins Macabre with their new show Slay at the VAULT Festival. 

In Slay, the sinister ten-year-olds siblings have been found guilty of hundreds of unimaginable murders… yet instead of being locked up, they have skyrocketted to an insane level of fame and celebrity! The duo bring their creepiness to the world of social media, reality TV and tiny handbag dogs. 
The Twins have previously featured on BBC3 and BBC R4, and been described by the Telegraph as ‘Delightfully freaky.’ 

The Twins Macabre: Slay will be at VAULT Festival on 9th and 10th March. Tickets can be found here


Olivia in Angels with Dirty Accents

Olivia is bringing her Northern soul to Angels with Dirty Accents at the Cockpit Theatre. 

The black comedy produced by RKID Productions which uses live music looks at the state of homelessness in our modern society.

In it, the angels are penniless, hopeless, sleeping rough in our city centres, ignored by passers-by, and waiting for their chance to get into heaven.

The production runs until February 14th. More information and tickets can be found here.




Jess in Arnika at the Bridewell Theatre

'Break a leg' to our Jess Flood and the cast of Arnika which opened last weekend. 

The production by Theatre Voliere is set in 1950's Alsace and uses inventive physicality and mask work. 

In it, a small rural community comes to terms with its dark years under Nazi annexation. The villagers are unsettled when a Commissaire arrives from Paris to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a young resistance fighter, and the unity of the village slowly begins to unravel.

Arnika is playing at the Bridewell Theatre until March 3rd. You can find out more information and tickets here

David's 'This Story of Yours' finishes. Reviews and pictures.

David Sayers' production of 'This Story of Yours' finished at the White Bear Theatre on Saturday. Although a gritty, dark and difficult play the reviews were excellent for all the performances and David's direction. Here are a few:

The Stage‘Sayers’ concise direction maintains pace and tension and a faintly disturbing soundtrack of period pop fused with police radio broadcasts lends an eerie sense of foreboding to an already dark piece of theatre.’

Reviews Gate: ‘David Sayers, who also directs the production, is perhaps the most brilliant player of the night. In his fear and his psychological manipulation, he manages to be pitiable, fascinating, and somehow a contender in the long mind-game between him and Johnson despite his victimhood.’

London Theatre 1: ‘Overall, a very entertaining, if at times slightly overwhelming play that held me spellbound throughout.’

London Pub Theatres: 'David Sayers (also the director) skillfully played the unctuous Kenneth Baxter, moving quickly between panicky victim to psychological manipulator.'

Londonist: 'David Sayers (Kenneth Baxter) portrays submissiveness and assertiveness in equally convincing proportions.'

Peter in double whammy VAULT Festival run

Peter will be kicking off VAULT Festival very soon with not 1, but 2 shows!

Revolution: This intense Game/Theatre experience is resident in the Vaults for the duration of the festival in a brand new VAULT venue. 

Revolution has engulfed London and a new order must be established. The course of change never did run smooth though. Three rival factions have risen from the ashes of old authority and each must champion their cause in this new dawning of our civilization.

This experience brings together gaming and interactive theatre, casting the audience as the protagonists of change in a city in turmoil. Join us underground to decide the fate of a Revolution. What needs to change? What would make our world better? What would you sacrifice in the name of your ideology?

24th Jan - 18th March


AI Love You: Peter joins co-star Eve Ponsonby in this challenging piece on moral and ethical decision making. Casting the audience as the ‘Creative Biolife Ethical Steering Committee’, you decide the fate of Adam and April through the power of your vote. In this “magnificent, complex” show (A Spy in the Stalls), who lives and who dies is in your hands. What's more, Peter and Eve will switch roles every night meaning the possible shows you might end up seeing are almost endless!

7th - 11th February


The Festival runs from mid January to mid March in the Vaults below Waterloo station.

David starts 2018 acting in (and directing) a John Hopkins classic!

It's been a busy December for David Sayers as he directs and performs in Time and Tide Theatre Company's production of 'This Story of Yours'. Written by John Hopkins in 1968 the play deals with the repercussions of a brutal police interrogation and was adapted into a cult film called 'The Offence' in the early 1970's starring Sean Connery.

The production will run at the White Bear Theatre in South London from the 9th-27th January and tickets are available here. Make sure you come along and check it out. It promises to be an intense and enthralling evening of theatre!

Welcome to Olivia!

A warm welcome to our newest member Olivia Nicholson! A native Northerner, Olivia was born in Keighley and raised in Skipton. She read Theatre at York St John before taking the two year MA: Screen Acting course at The Drama Centre.

Career highlights include playing the social worker in BBC's Eastenders, Urchin in His Dark Materials at Birmingham Rep and Jenny in the TV's All Good Things. 

Olivia also co-wrote and stars in a musical comedy stage show Trolley Girls which was a **** sell-out hit at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. 

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