This is a play about the future. But we know plays don’t change the world. Right?
Temi Wilkey (Years and Years) stars in this hopeful, funny and courageous one woman show about dreaming that will end all your dystopian nightmares.
Come join us after the performance of Land Without Dreams to meet Rosa-Johan Uddoh. Rosa-Johan is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on radical self-love, inspired by black feminist practice and writing.
Join us for a skills based workshop with Temi Wilkey (Years and Years) who will share the process of making a one person show and teach you some some practical tools for solo performance from the Land Without Dreams rehearsal room.
Join us after Land Without Dreams as Nwulu’s poetry takes us on a captivating journey as she asks “what will this all look like in 50 years’ time.” It’s time to confront climate change; it’s time to talk about real issues.
Together, we can change the world. In this part gig, part theatre performance, Anika Barkan and musician Mika Forsling explore with gentle humour and optimism what it takes to pull us out of our chairs and move us to action.
France. Sometime in the 1500s. Boy meets boy.
A queer futuristic adventure story about love, activism and training for a revolution.
This language carries its cure.
Nobel Prize-winning poet, Derek Walcott, reimagines Homer’s Iliad on the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia. Crossing time and space, this epic drama explores the wounds of slavery and the redemptive power of culture and heritage.
Directed by Elayce Ismail (Nanjing, Shakespeare’s Globe), and developed with Paterson Joseph.
Leave a life. Blow everything up. What few people understand is that you leave one life to start another. This dizzying, fluid and haunting adaptation of Luiselli’s award winning novel, explores whether our identities are more permeable than we imagine.
Rehearse (v.): …literally “to rake over, turn over” (soil, ground)…
Gate Associate Artist Rosie Elnile is creating Prayer – a new piece of work that re-imagines our relationship with nature, our bodies, and public spaces.