Who Does She Think She Is

The friendship of three London girls is falling apart as an unexpected guests arrive and turn their lives upside down. The guest and a hidden secret in her father's past question everything they think about themselves and know about life. Opened at the Etcetera Theatre, London on 13 August 2011.

Better Than Sex

Prepare to discover the crazy truth behind Guy Fawkes and the gunpowder plot! King James I and his transvestite secret agent Lady Domina are organising the most wicked conspiracy in the history of England... Better than Sex opened at The Courtyard Theatre, London on 3 August 2010.

Beyond Flesh and Blood

A dark and uncompromising piece of theatre exploring the themes of salvation, love, memory, sex, insanity and identity. Beyond Flesh and Blood opened at The Tabard Theatre, London on 15 June 2009.


Strindberg's once scandalous play staged in a new adaptation in the style of Tarantino's motion pictures and road-movies.

Halloween Madness

A musical show featuring excerpts from the Rocky Horror Show with members of the original Budapest cast.


The Jazz&More unplugged musical and gospel concert series


Club-Opera, Fashion-Drama for life and death. A disco-era musical about the journeys of Warhol, Westwood and McLaren. They all head to one place--the one that is called STUDIO54.


The lives of King Richard II and President Richard Nixon entwine as they have to face the very same problems after coming to power. The play makes use of Shakespeare's paraphrased and reshaped text and various speeches and the Watergate-tapes from Nixon's time.

Cursed Cows

Three women. Divorced, friends, humping with family men. The Man arrives and messes up everything. There's no escape. Robert B Suda's award-winning play and production.

Mrs Klein

A world-famous psychoanalyst has to face the consequences of experimenting on her own daughter, a psychoanalyst herself. A battle begins between the two analysts.

The Dumb Waiter

Harold Pinter's most mysterious one-act play. Two gangsters are heading to Birmingham. It becomes obvious that one of them knows more than the other. And suddenly the dumb-waiter starts, and terror strikes.

That’s Enough!

A musical comedy set in the world of the backstage of the theatre revolving around a chaotic events of an opening night. The show opened on 1 March 1997 and a revival in 1999.