Upcoming Programme 2023/2024

We Were Promised Honey

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We Were Promised Honey

22 March 2024 | 20:00
23 March 2024 | 20:00
24 March 2024 | 15:00

A hopeful, hopeless prophecy for earth and humankind. A story of us, our future, of paradise and how we get there in the end. A lone performer tells the story of the future of the audience; what’s going to happen to them in the decades, centuries, millenia after the end of this show. It’s the story of a baby born in a lighthouse, of someone on fire in the middle of the desert, of two lovers reunited in a flooded city, of a spaceship on the edge of a blackhole. Everything has already been decided. This is the story of the end.

The Chosen Haram

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The Chosen Haram

25 April 2024 | 20:15

The Chosen Haram tells the story of two gay men, their chance meeting through a dating app, the highs and lows of their relationship and the barriers they must overcome, both social and cultural, in seeking happiness and personal fulfilment. It is based on a combination of Ali’s’s personal experience, as well as interviews with members of the LGBTQ+ community who identify as (ex) Muslim.

Me and Mr Jansen

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Me and Mr Jansen

4 May 2024 | 21:00

It all started when the storyteller stumbled upon a black and white picture of a razzia in 1943. In the image, he recognised his current home in the centre of Amsterdam.

Me and Mr. Jansen is an engaging solo storytelling show that invites the audience to venture beyond concepts such as “right” and “wrong”. Who plays innocent, and who wears the traitor’s costume? Can we even choose which roles we play or are we nothing but figures trapped in the wheel of history, endlessly repeating our parts?

Your Sexts are Shit

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Your Sexts are Shit

15 June 2024 | 20:00
16 June 2024 | 15:00

Your Sexts Are Shit: Older Better Letters is the new solo show from Rachel Mars. It is an intimate, funny, filthy and moving show that triangulates the sex and love letters of long dead artists, contemporary sexts and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body. What role does writing have in creating our sexual identity? How do we write ourselves and for whom? How have newer, faster communication methods changed the way we write desire?