Two Trains Running
In Pittsburgh, 1969, the regulars of Memphis Lee’s restaurant are struggling to cope with the turbulence of a rapidly changing world. The diner is in threat of being torn down, a casualty of the city’s renovation project that is sweeping away the buildings of a community, but not its spirit.
The iconic American playwright August Wilson paints a vivid portrait of everyday lives in this defining moment of American history.
Reasons to Stay Alive
'Life is waiting for you. Hang on in there if you can. Life is always worth it' At 24 Matt's world collapsed under the weight of depression. This is the true story of his uplifting exploration of living and loving better. The first theatrical adaptation of Matt Haig's frank and funny bestseller.
This play with music and movement, imagined for the stage by Jonathan Watkins, celebrates what it means to be alive.