Saturday 21 November - Sunday 20 December
Tickets from £7 per head.
All performances will be in a Relaxed Environment.
A Sensory Synopsis and Visual Guide will be available.
The Theatre For Two performance space is designed to be wheelchair accessible, including space for a companion seat.
Please email us if you have any questions about accessibility.

What would you do if you were stuck with someone unexpectedly, stranded in absurd isolation for minutes, months or more?

Enter the Theatre For Two pop-up performance space for a personal, interactive meeting of one actor and one – or two – audience members. Featuring four newly commissioned micro-plays, written by some of the most exciting up-and-coming talent, these playful and beautifully ludicrous interactions will last around ten minutes each. Inspired by experiences of intense and isolated relationships during lockdown – unexpectedly spending 24 hours of every day with the same person for longer than anyone could have anticipated – these plays will take a light, funny and human look at unlikely relationships that have forged, fragmented or mutated during this strange time.

Step inside and become part of a new story, a new world, where YOU are part of deciding how it ends. Pop in for one, or stay for all four!

This event is fully COVID-secure, including built in safety measures.

Supported using public funds from The National Lottery through Arts Council England. 

Gluten Free Chocolate Crispy Caramel Mini Bite by Tabby Lamb

In Gluten Free Chocolate Crispy Caramel Mini Bite two strangers to connect over shared frustrations, queer achievements & a love of tasty snacks! From the mundane to the profound, sometimes we just need to be heard.

Reptile by Macadie Amoroso

Vivid hallucinations are so real you can almost touch them in REPTILE. Bear witness as a woman unravels memories of breakups, drunken nights in and wiggling waxworms. After all, is there anything our pets don't see?

The Recluse Who Lives On A Hill by Ryan Lane

Meet Ryan's latest madcap creation – The Recluse Who Lives on the Hill. Rumour has it she was once the most famous woman in Hollywood Land. So stay a while and, who knows... You could leave as the next shining star.

Share-My-Home Companion by Gabriella Leon

Welcome, our new Share My Home Companion! Private nightmares & ridiculous (sometimes terrible) poems are shared, a cuppa goes gold & copious amounts of snack-bag carrots are consumed in this witty, absurd interaction

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