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In the Bar
August 2nd from 14:30 to 17:00
In the Auditorium
August 2nd from 14:30 to 17:30
In the Bar
August 6th from 19:30 to 22:00
In the Other External
September 13th from 09:30 to 22:00

  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Sean Glock as Steve
    Sean Glock as Steve
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Georgia Kelly as Sara
    Georgia Kelly as Sara
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Sean Glock as Steve
    Sean Glock as Steve
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Pete Gillam as Sam
    Pete Gillam as Sam
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Pete Bagley as Karl
    Pete Bagley as Karl
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Pete Gillam as Sam
    Pete Gillam as Sam
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Sean Glock as Steve
    Sean Glock as Steve
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Pete Bagley as Karl
    Pete Bagley as Karl
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Georgia Kelly as Sara
    Georgia Kelly as Sara
  • Now showing: Grace until Saturday 1st August
    "This is a darkly comic, eerily tragic, wholly timely play. It dives headfirst into questions of faith and religion (not necessarily the same thing at all). It explores the nature of those often deeply painful partners: love and change." - Chicago Sun-Times.

    "GRACE brings refreshing-though far from reassuring-complexity to what is fast becoming the most urgent philosophical issue of our time." - LA Times.

    "A brave and pitiless attempt to understand the sources of faith and devotion." - LA Weekly.
    Photographs by Lyle Jackson
Our Season
by Moira Buffini
September 5th to 12th
Loveplay
by Peter Shaffer & Patrick Marber
October 17th to 24th
Black Comedy & After Miss Julie
Main House
December 5th to 12th
Reading: 13th Sep
Main House
January 30th to February 6th
Audition: 2nd Aug