Friday 9 September to Sunday 25 September
Screwed Over Again

"A rattlebag of comic treats - Fantastic!*****" Broadway Baby
After last year's massive sell-out success Four Screws Loose return
faster, funnier and feistier than ever!
Sketch comedy for your screwing pleasure.
'A massive crowd-pleaser - simply brilliant'***** (British Comedy Guide)

Thursday 6, Friday 7 and Saturday 8 October
A special one-off production presented by the critically acclaimed company
The Grassmarket Project

Powerful, disturbing and truly eye-opening from the award-winning writer, Ray Harrison Graham
THE GIRLS recounts the true stories and real lives of five dynamic young people,
who at an early age have lived through and seen more than most adults. Strong language

Wednesday 12 to Sunday 16 October - 5 performances only!
the London premiere of
A new play by Mark Burgess Directed by Derek Parry
with Trevor Littledale as Sir Alec Guinness

Alec Guinness' stage and screen career spanned decades of cinematic glory,
winning multiple Olivier, Tony and BAFTA and Academy awards along the way.
His acclaimed work in films such as Kind Hearts and Coronets,
Lawrence of Arabia and The Bridge On The River Kwai,
and his stage work alongside Olivier and Gielgud, established him as a household name.
Mark Burgess' lively and funny play sees Trevor Littledale offer an uncanny portrayal
of one of the world's best-loved stars
reflecting on acting, faith, family and his shattering insecurity,
played to a background of the golden days of British film and theatre.

Friday 21 October to Sunday 20 November

After the huge international success of Ovid's Metamorphoses,
the Warehouse Theatre is pleased to host the return of the acclaimed

Pants on Fire Theatre Company

in the World Premiere of

Written and Directed by Peter Bramley Original Songs and Lyrics Composed by Lucy Egger
The terrifying legend of a murderer convinces a small town to become radically sin-free.
A monstrous machine called The Fumidor,
which is believed to have the power to dull the senses and take away all human desire,
is erected in the town square. But when a stranger appears with forbidden temptations,
the facade of these pure and chaste inhabitants begins to crack and a terrible secret,
which they hoped had been buried forever, is painfully uncovered.
The past and the present are simultaneously and magically
played through interwoven narratives in a darkly comic fairytale...

Friday 9 December to Sunday 19 February


Cervantes' classic comedy retold by Vince Foxall "O fortunate age! O happy time!
In which shall be made public my incomparable achievements"
Gallant Don Quixote de la Mancha and his devoted squire Sancho Panza
travel Spain in search of adventure, determined to right all wrongs, save damsels in distress
and, most importantly, uphold the Code of Chivalry at all times.
(handbooks available from all good castle bookshops).

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