FAMILY DAY 2018
- Sat 15 Dec, 1:00pm
- Wheelchair Access
Think you know Snow White? Think again! Join us at Ovalhouse this Christmas for a joyful and irreverent new adaptation of the classic story. Brought to you by award winning The Wrong Crowd, for audiences young and old.
Writer/comedian David Head and singer/songwriter Matt Glover are proud to present a unique blend of festive funny stories and melancholy folk-pop.
Ovalhouse Young Company make their debut with this orginial play. A British Fast and Furious style race to the finish line that explores friendship and loyalty.
End The Silence follows the struggles of six women in their fight for equality, justice, and to have their voices heard.
Tuesday- Saturday. No shows on Mondays or Sundays. There will be a 1pm performance on Weds 28 November.
The Dark is Nick Makoha's poetic retelling of his experience and that of others affected by it - a series of voices echoing from varying states of darkness. A story of those who find themselves exiled, with allegiances split between their birthplace and their new country.
The 2018 sell-out Edinburgh Fringe Festival production is back for World Antibiotics Awareness Week 2018.
An undersized, imaginary creature has finally fulfilled its lifelong dream: it broke the crystal screen of its own fiction and made it to the dazzling human world.
Inspired by the world of magical realism and Marquez’s landmark novel, with passionate physical story-telling and live music, 100 Years celebrates the beautiful chaos of the Latin American family.
Tuesday- Saturday. No shows on Sundays or Mondays.
A sad, strange fairytale, Mirabel is a story of what happens when you refuse to accept that you’re lost.
The new show from Chris Goode, whose previous storytelling solos include the much-loved The Adventures of Wound Man and Shirley and the award-winning Men in the Cities.
Please note there will be no performance on Thursday 8th November.