Not I, Catastrophe and Rockaby by Samuel Beckett, produced by Angel Theatre Company

Tuesday 25 February – Saturday 7 March at 7.30pm

Following their critically acclaimed sell-out run of Beckett’s Footfalls and Play at The Jack Studio in 2019, Angel Theatre Company return with three more of his short plays: Not I, Catastrophe and Rockaby. This trio offers a unique insight into the fascinating theatrical world of Samuel Beckett. His plays revolutionised theatre and secured his place as one of the greatest dramatists of the twentieth century. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1969.

Chicken Burger n Chips by Corey Bovell, produced by Oisel Productions & Rua Arts

Tuesday 10 – Saturday 14 March at 7.30pm

During the summer holidays of 2009 Corey dreams of nothing but to hang around with his friends while ordering as much Morley’s as possible. Until Jodie comes along and makes Corey realise the changes that are happening within his beloved Lewisham Borough. Making Corey, for the first time, think about what path his future takes.

DIVA: LIVE FROM HELL. Book and characters by Sean Patrick Monahan, music & lyrics by Alexander Sage Oyen, produced by Stephen Yolland Entertainment

Tuesday 17 – Saturday 28 March at 7.30pm

As president of the drama club and star of every school show, Desmond Channing spent most of his short life in the spotlight. When a rival student Evan Harris, a hotshot transfer from New York, challenges his throne, Desmond responds as any diva would, with lethal force… This darkly comic one-man musical, loosely based on All About Eve, has its European premiere with new direction and design from Joe McNeice.

Little Wing by Juliette Quenin, produced by Five Minutes Before the Miracle

Tuesday 7 – Saturday 18 April at 7.30pm

After six years in London, Gil returns to the family flat in New York in order to help his younger brother Nils, a ballet dancer, get back on his feet after a long illness. With depth, tenderness and humour, Little Wing explores the matrix of brotherhood, intimacy and ingrained role playing.

Richard II by William Shakespeare, produced by We Are Animate

Tuesday 21 April – Saturday 9 May at 7.30pm

Amidst worldwide political turbulence, England faces crisis and open rebellion. Living a life of luxury within the crumbling Palace of Westminster, King Richard is increasingly unwilling to face the calamity his failing government has created. As the façade of power begins to dissolve around him, the dramatic downfall of an extraordinary individual begins; an individual who is in equal measures both vivaciously captivating, and excruciatingly cruel.

To purchase tickets or for more information, please see