God moves in mysterious and hilarious ways as She - yes that's right - reflects on the Ten Commandments with Archangels Gabriel and Michael.
A child in a Welsh mountain village seems to have miraculous powers. A fine resurrection of a play not seen since 1945.
Filthy, funny, fabulous: Christmas cheer and beer, karaoke, Cinders, plus a man in a sequined mini dress and a suggestive dog called Buttons.
A fresh retelling of an oft told tale about Christmas past, present and yet to come.
A powerful play about life on the streets now based on the Knut Hamsun novel impressively directed and performed.
A touching, well acte tale of the relationship between a surrogate mother and the woman who wants a child.
In the time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act - Orwell. A terrific drama about press freedom.
Three Irish women tell their stories - a sad, moving, funny and stimulating hour in the theatre,
Climbing mountains and surviving. Impressively staged play which does not quite reach the heights and proves a longish evening.
One of Shakespeare's less frequently performed comedies gets a sparkling production.
Impressive performances by Adam Goodbody and Courtney Buchner in this look at all our yesterdays, a world thankfully long gone, based on Stan Barstow's novel.
Fine revival directed by Sean Mathias with first rate performances to move your heart.
A painful, illuminating tale about depression and suicidal tendencies which is performed with blazing sincerity and power.
Charming musical about the ups and downs of married life well played - will strike a few chords among the married couples in the audience.
Well staged tuneful musical about a gay Cinderfella in Soho with a first rate cast.
Splendidly acted play about a world in ruins as the old order passes into which someone from the new order intrudes.