Archive

This archive was created thanks to the hard work of Eleanor Dawson.

For more information about the history of the building and the theatre visit History of the Building.

Present-2018

As Kiln Theatre

20 Feb – 6 Apr 2019 | The Son by Florian Zeller

9 Jan – 2 Feb 2019 | Approaching Empty by Ishy Din

26 Oct – 22 Dec 2018 | White Teeth by Stephen Sharkey

5 Sep – 6 Oct 2018 | Holy Sh!t by Alexis Zegerman

 

2018-2016

During the Building Project closure

10 Mar – 14 Apr 2018 | The Great Wave by Francis Turnly (at National Theatre)

28 – 29 Sep 2017 | An Evening With An Immigrant (2017) by Inua Ellams

10 Jun – 1 Jul 2017 | I Hear You And Rejoice by Mikel Murfi

5 Jun – 1 Jul 2017 | The Man In The Woman’s Shoes (2017) by Mikel Murfi

6 Dec 2016 | An Evening With An Immigrant (2016) by Inua Ellams

 

2016-2011

27 Jun 2016 | Come To Where I’m From by Karla Williams, Zia Ahmed, Mediah Ahmed, Gabriel Bisset-Smith and Che Walker

12 May – 2 Jul 2016 | The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar

25 Apr – 7 May 2016 | Mark Thomas: Trespass by Mark Thomas

4 – 23 Apr 2016 | The Man In The Woman’s Shoes (2016) by Mikel Murfi

4 Apr – 9 Apr 2016 | NW6 New Writing Festival by Hassan Abdulrazzak, Zodwa Nyoni, Chino Odimba, Sam Potter and Francis Turnly

21 Jan – 12 Mar 2016 | The Mother by Florian Zeller

19 Nov 2015 – 9 Jan 2016 | Ben Hur by Patrick Barlow

8 Oct – 14 Nov 2015 | A Wolf In Snakeskin Shoes by Marcus Gardley

24 – 3 Oct 2015 | Shazia Mirza: The Kardashians Made Me Do It by Shazia Mirza

22 – 30 Sep 2015 | Sean Hughes: Mumbo Jumbo by Sean Hughes

8 – 19 Sep 2015 | A Brimful of Asha by Ravi Jain and Asha Jain

27 Jul – 2 Aug 2015 | The Muju Crew: Come In! Sit Down! by The Muju Crew

6 Jul – 11 Jul 2015 | Mozart’s Don Giovanni by The Darling Music Experience

22 Jun – 4 Jul 2015 | Verdi’s La Traviata by OperaUpClose

7 May – 13 Jun 2015 | The Father by Florian Zeller

7 Apr – 2 May 2015 | After Electra by April de Angelis

19 Feb – 21 Mar 2015 | Multitudes by John Hollingworth

9 Feb – 14 Feb 2015 | Nina Conti: In Your Face by Nina Conti

21 Jan – 24 Jan 2015 | Happy Birthday Without You by Sonia Jalaly

12 Jan – 31 Jan 2015 | A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts by the Secret Theatre Company

17 Dec 2014 – 10 Jan 2015 | Lionboy by Marcelo Dos Santos

1 – 13 Dec 2014 | Mark Thomas: Cuckooed by Mark Thomas

9 Oct – 29 Nov 2014 | The House That Will Not Stand by Marcus Garvey

4 Sep – 4 Oct 2014 | True West by Sam Shepherd

19 Jun – 26 Jul 2014 | The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Adam Bock

27 May – 14 Jun 2014 | Circles by Rachel De-lahay

22 Apr – 24 May 2014 | The Believers by Bryony Lavery

7 – 19 Apr 2014 | Hopelessly Devoted by Kate Tempest

3 – 5 Apr 2014 | The Kilburn Passion by Suhayla El-Bushra

26 – 29 Mar 2014 | Sean Hughes: Penguins by Sean Hughes

21 Jan – 15 Mar 2014 | Red Velvet (2014) by Lolita Chakrabarti

21 Nov 2013 – 18 Jan 2014 | Once A Catholic by Mary J. O’Malley

26 Sep – 16 Nov 2013 | Handbagged by Moira Buffini

4 – 21 Sep 2013 | A Boy And His Soul by Colman Domingo

1 – 24 Aug 2013 | The Epic Adventure of Nhamo the Manyika Warrior and His Sexy Wife Chipo by Denton Chikura

6 Jun – 20 Jul 2013 | Bracken Moor by Alexi Kaye Campbell

2 May – 1 Jun 2013 | The Match Box by Frank McGuinness

28 Feb – 28 Apr 2013 | Paper Dolls by Philip Himberg

13 – 17 Feb 2013 | Sean Hughes: Life Becomes Noises by Sean Hughes

16 Jan – 9 Feb 2013 | One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show by Don Evans

30 Nov 2012 – 12 Jan 2013 | The Arabian Nights by Mary Zimmerman

11 Oct – 24 Nov 2012 | Red Velvet (2012) by Lolita Chakrabarti

10 Sep – 6 Oct 2012 | Mark Thomas: Bravo Figaro by Mark Thomas

16 – 21 Jul 2012 | Jazz at Cafe Society by Alex Webb

9 – 14 Jul 2012 | Lover’s Rock Monologues by Janet Kay, Victor Romero Evans and Carroll Thompson

6 – 9 Jun 2012 | Francesca Martinez: What The **** Is Normal? by Francesca Martinez

2 Jun – 7 Jul 2012 | Mary Shelley by Helen Edmundson

8 May – 2 Jun 2012 | A Slow Air by David Harrower

10 Apr – 5 May 2012 | Neighbourhood Watch by Alan Ayckbourne

2 – 5 Apr 2012 | The Muju Crew by MUJU

9 Feb – 1 Apr 2012 | The Bomb: A Partial History by Lee Blessing, Ryan Craig, John Donnelly, David Greig, Elena Gremina, Amit Gupta, Zinnie Harris, Ron Hutchinson, Diana Son and Colin Teevan

15 Dec 2011 – 4 Feb 2012 | Stones In His Pockets by Marie Jones

17 Nov – 10 Dec 2011 | The Riots by Gillian Slovo

15 Sep – 19 Dec 2011 | The Great Game: Afghanistan, USA Tour

10 Aug – 10 Sep 2011 | Broken Glass by Arthur Miller

11 Jul – 6 Aug 2011 | Lay Me Down Softly by Billy Roche

2 Jun – 2 Jul 2011 | Tactical Questioning by Richard Norton-Taylor

3 – 28 May 2011 | Mark Thomas: Extreme Rambling (Walking the Wall) by Mark Thomas

5 – 30 Apr 2011 | Brontë by Polly Teale

6 Mar 2011 | Inspirations with English PEN

1 Feb – 5 Mar 2011 | Water by Filter and David Farr

2010-2006

29 Nov 2010 – 29 Jan 2011 | Midsummer by David Greig and Gordon McIntyre

30 Sep – 27 Nov 2010 | Broken Glass by Arthur Miller

25 Jul – 29 Aug 2010 | The Great Game: Part 3 by Ben Ockrent, Abi Morgan, Richard Bean and Simon Stephens

24 Jul – 29 Aug 2010 | The Great Game: Part 2 by David Edgar, Lee Blessing, David Greig and Colin Teevan

23 Jul – 29 Aug 2010 | The Great Game: Part 1 by Stephen Jeffreys, Ron Hutchinson, Amit Gupta and Joy Wilkinson

8 Jun – 17 Jul 2010 | Women, Power & Politics: Now by Joy Wilkinson, Bola Agbaje, Zinnie Harris, Sam Holcroft, Sue Townsend and Gillian Slovo

4 Jun – 17 Jul 2010 | Women, Power & Politics: Then by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Marie Jones, Moira Buffini, Gillian Slovo and Lucy Kirkwood

4 – 29 May 2010 | Twelfth Night by Filter and William Shakespeare

15 Mar – 17 Apr 2010 | Chronicles of Long Kesh by Martin Lynch

22 Feb – 13 Mar 2010 | The Dead School by Pat McCabe

7 Jan – 20 Feb 2010 | Greta Garbo Came To Donegal by Frank McGuinness

25 Nov – 15 Dec 2009 | Not Black and White: Detaining Justice by Bola Agbaje

22 Oct – 17 Dec 2009 | Not Black and White: Seize The Day by Kwame Kwei-Armah

8 Oct – 19 Dec 2009 | Not Black and White: Category B by Roy Williams

18 Sep – 3 Oct 2009 | Mark Thomas: The Manifesto by Mark Thomas

9 – 20 Sep 2009 | Stockwell by Kieron Barry

4 – 29 Aug 2009 | Pornography by Simon Stephens

14 Jul – 1 Aug 2009 | Koos Sas: Last Bushman of Montagu by David Kramer

16 Jun – 11 Jul 2009 | Karoo Moose by Lara Foot Newton

19 Apr – 14 Jun 2009 | The Great Game: Part 3 by Ben Ockrent, Abi Morgan, Richard Bean and Simon Stephens

18 Apr – 14 Jun 2009 | The Great Game: Part 2 by David Edgar, J T Rogers, David Greig and Colin Teevan

17 Apr – 14 Jun 2009 | The Great Game: Part 1 by  Stephen Jeffreys, Ron Hutchinson, Amit Gupta and Joy Wilkinson

10 Mar – 4 Apr 2009 | Deep Cut by Philip Ralph

3 Feb – 7 Mar 2009 | Damascus by David Greig

1 – 2 Dec 2008 | Twelfth Night by Filter and William Shakespeare

3 – 29 Nov 2008 | Rank by Robert Massey

2 Oct – 1 Nov 2008 | Radio Golf by August Wilson

1 Sep – 27 Sep 2008 | Twelfth Night by Filter and William Shakespeare

5 – 30 Aug 2008 | Let There Be Love by Kwame Kwei-Armah

28 May – 28 Jun 2008 | Topless Mum by Ron Hutchinson

12 – 24 May 2008 | Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas

1 Apr – 3 May 2008 | Testing The Echo by David Edgar

12 – 29 Mar 2008 | Days of Significance by Roy Williams

21 Feb – 8 Mar 2008 | I’ll Be The Devil by Leo Butler

17 Jan – 16 Feb 2008 | Let There Be Love by Kwame Kwei-Armah

22 Nov 2007 – 12 Jan 2008 | Doubt: A Parable by John Patrick Shanley

5 – 12 Nov 2007 | The Table by Karbido

27 Sep – 3 Nov 2007 | Moonlight and Magnolias by Ron Hutchinson

30 Jul – 1 Sep 2007 | Evita For President by Pieter Dirk-Uys

19 Jun – 7 Jul 2007 | Small Miracle by Neil D’Souza

4 – 16 Jun 2007 | Mark Thomas: As Used on the Famous Nelson Mandela (The Hindujas Cont…) by Mark Thomas

19 Apr – 9 Jun 2007 | Called to Account: The Indictment of Anthony Charles Lynton Blair For The Crime of Aggression Against Iraq – A Hearing by Richard Norton-Taylor

13 Mar – 14 Apr 2007 | The Caretaker by Harold Pinter

1 Feb – 3 Mar 2007 | The War Next Door by Tamsin Oglesby

6 Dec 2006 – 27 Jan 2007 | Spice Drum Beat – Ghoema by David Kramer

7 Nov – 2 Dec 2006 | Orestes by Helen Edmundson

24 – 26 Oct 2006 | How Long Is Never: Darfur – A Response by Jennifer Farmer, Carlo Gebler, Lynn Nottage, Winsome Pinnock, Michael Bhim, Amy Evans and Juliet Gilkes

14 Sep – 21 Oct 2006 | Fabulation (or The Re-Education of Undine) by Lynn Nottage

10 Aug – 9 Sep 2006 | The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow

3 – 15 Jul 2006 | No Planet B – The History of the World Backwards by Robert Newman

24 May – 1 July 2006 | The Field by J.B. Keane

29 Mar – 2 May 2006 | A Whistle In The Dark by Tom Murphy

Feb – Mar 2006  | Fabulation (or The Re-Education of Undine) by Lynn Nottage

6 Jan – 11 Feb 2006 | Gem of the Ocean by August Wilson

2005-2001

13 Oct – 19 Nov 2005 | Chicken Soup With Barley by Arnold Wesker

31 Aug 2005 – 17 Sep 2005 | Marc Salem’s Mind Games by Marc Salem

6 Jul – 6 Aug 2005 | The Arab-Israeli Cookbook by Robin Soans

7 Apr – 7 May 2005 | Bloody Sunday: Scenes From The Saville Enquiry by Richard Norton-Taylor

10 Mar – 2 Apr 2005 | The Fortune Club by Dolly Dhingra

3 Feb – 5 Mar 2005 | One Under by Winsome Pinnock

2 Dec 2004 – 22 Jan 2005 | Playboy of the West Indies by Mustapha Matura

9 – 27 Nov 2004 | Bread and Butter by C.P. Taylor

30 Sep – 6 Nov 2004 | The Shadow of a Gunman by Sean O’Casey

16 Jun – 10 Jul 2004 | Blues For Mr. Charlie by James Baldwin

20 May – 12 Jun 2004 | Guantanamo ‘Honor Bound to Defend Freedom’ by Gillian Slovo and Victoria Brittain

10 – 15 May 2004 | Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett

13 Apr – 8 May 2004 | The Quare Fellow by Brendan Behan

10 Mar – 10 Apr 2004 | Singer by Peter Flannery

10 Dec 2003 – 6 Mar 2004 | Kat And The Kings by David Kramer and Taliep Petersen

30 Oct – 29 Nov 2003 | Justifying War: Scenes From The Hutton Enquiry

11 Sep – 25 Oct 2003 | John Bull’s Other Island by Bernard Shaw

13 Aug – 6 Sep 2003 | The Price (2003) by Arthur Miller

2 Jun 2003 | The History of the Troubles (Accordin’ To My Da) by Martin Lynch and Grimes & McKee

17 Apr – 31 May 2003 | The Dwarfs by Harold Pinter

14 Mar – 12 Apr 2003 | Crossing Jerusalem by Julia Pascal

10 Feb – 8 Mar 2003 | A Night in November by Marie Jones

10 Dec 2002 – 8 Feb 2003 | King Hedley II by August Wilson

24 Oct – 7 Dec 2002 | The Price (2002) by Arthur Miller

19 Sep – 19 Oct 2002 | Ten Rounds by Carlo Gebler

6 – 14 Sep 2002 | Hyperlynx by John McGrath

29 Jun – 6 Jul 2002 | David Kramer Live in London

29 Jul – 17 Aug 2002 | I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls by Ade Morris

27 May – 22 Jun 2002 | Catwalk by Malika Booker

23 Apr – 25 May 2002 | The Clearing by Helen Edmundson

20 May – 20 Apr 2002 | Sorrows and Rejoicings by Athol Fugard

14 Feb – 16 Mar 2002 | The Promise by Alexei Arbuzov

13 Dec 2001 – 9 Feb 2002 | The Cavalcaders by Billy Roche

7 – 8 Dec 2001 | Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose

20 Nov – 1 Dec 2001 | Stolen by Jane Harrison

16 Oct – 17 Nov 2001 | Brixton Stories by Biyi Bandele

6 – 13 Oct 2001 | Boy Called Rubbish and Squawk by Ellis Pearson and Bheki Mkhwane

18 Sep – 13 Oct 2001 | As The Beast Sleeps by Gary Mitchell

3 – 15 Sep 2001 | Under Their Influence by Wayne Buchanan

Aug 2001 | The Far Side by Courttia Newland

29 Jun – 10 Aug 2001 | Foreign Aids by Pieter Dirk-Uys

22 May – 23 Jun 2001 | Further Than The Furthest Thing by Zinnie Harris

19 Apr – 10 May 2001 | Suip (Fruit of the Vein) by Heinrich Reisenhofer and Oscar Petersen

19 Mar – 14 Apr 2001 | The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road by Jimmy Murphy

Feb – Mar 2001 | Water by Winsome Pinnock

Feb – Mar 2001 | Wine In The Wilderness by Alice Childress

2000-1996

Dec 2000 – Feb 2001 | The Wexford Trilogy by Billy Roche

13 Nov – 2 Dec 2000 | Ruby Wax: Stressed by Ruby Wax

17 Oct – 11 Nov 2000 | Water by Winsome Pinnock

17 Oct – 11 Nov 2000 | Wine In The Wilderness by Alice Childress

11 Aug – 7 Oct 2000 | An Die Muzik by Pip Simmons

Jul – Aug 2000 | The Gift by Roy Williams

4 – 15 Jul 2000 | Stolen by Jane Harrison

25 May – 1 Jul 2000 | Dreyfus by Jean-Claude Grumberg

Apr – May 2000 | Stones In His Pockets by Marie Jones

Mar 2000 | The Magic Box by Errol Lloyd

Feb – Mar 2000 | Poison by David Kramer and Taliep Petersen

Dec 1999 – Feb 2000 | The Amen Corner by James Baldwin

Nov – Dec 1999 | Four Nights in Knaresborough by Paul Corcoran

Sep – Oct 1999 | Emma by Martin Millar and Doon Mackichan

Aug – Sep 1999 | Stones In His Pockets by Marie Jones

19 Jul – 14 Aug 1999 | Dekaffirnated by Pieter-Dirk Uys

5 – 17 Jul 1999 | True Believers by Joseph O’Connor

Jun – Jul 1999 | LIFT

11 May – 5 Jun 1999 | Catalpa by Donal O’Kelly

May 1999 | Collateral Damage by Tariq Ali, Howard Brenton and Andy de la Tour

Apr – May 1999 | The Garden of Habustan by Rebecca Wolman

Mar – Apr 1999 | Up Against the Wall by Felix Cross and Paulette Randall

Mar 1999 | Paddy Irishman, Paddy Englishman, and Paddy…? by Declan Croghan

Feb 1999 | And the Brother Too…  by Eamon Morrissey

Jan – Feb 1999 | The Colour of Justice: The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry by Richard Norton-Taylor

30 Nov – 19 Dec 1998 | The Snow Palace by Pam Gems

22 Oct – 28 Nov 1998 | Ugly Rumours by Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton

Sep – Oct 1998 | Starstruck by Roy Williams

Jun – Jul 1998 | The Basset Table by Susanna Centlivre

May – Jun 1998 | Europeans Only: An African Audition for Europe by Pieter-Dirk Uys

27 May – 6 Jun 1998 | The Little Violin by Jean-Claude Grumberg and Adrian Mitchell

Apr – 16 May 1998 | Sitting in Limbo by Dawn Penso and Judy Hepburn

31 Mar – 26 Apr 1998 | Dance of Death by August Strindberg

Feb – Mar 1998 | Kat and the Kings by David Kramer and Taliep Petersen

Jan – 14 Feb 1998 | Iced by Ray Shell

Dec 1997 – Jan 1998 | Sive by John B Keane

Nov 1997 | Angels and Demons by Rebecca Wolman

Nov 1997 | Srebrenica by Nicolas Kent

Sep – Nov 1997 | Kat and the Kings by David Kramer and Taliep Petersen

Sep 1997 | A Tainted Dawn: Images of Partition by Sudha Bhuchar and Kristine Landon-Smith

Jun – Jul 1997 | Live from Boerassic Park by Pieter-Dirk Uys

Apr – Jun 1997 | The Mai by Marina Carr

Apr 1997 | Kings by Christopher Logue

Mar 1997 | ‘I Doubt It’, Says Pauline by Jon Kenny and Pat Shortt

Feb – Mar 1997 | Kitchensink by Paul Mercier

Dec 1996 – Feb 1997 | Beef, No Chicken by Derek Walcott

Dec 1996 | Sympathy for the Devil by Roy Winston

Oct – Nov 1996 | The Gay Detective by Gerard Stembridge

Sep – Oct 1996 | Nuremberg War Crimes Trial by Richard Norton-Taylor

Sep – Oct 1996 | Srebrenica by Nicolas Kent

Aug – Sep 1996 | 3 Ms Behaving by Gillian Gregory

Jul 1996 | Roll with the Punches: The Songs of Randy Newman 

Jun 1996 | Truth Omissions by Pieter-Dirk Uys

May – Jun 1996 | Nuremberg War Crimes Trial by Richard Norton-Taylor

Mar – Apr 1996 | Byrne and The Brother by Eamon Morrissey

Mar 1996 | 20-52 by Jeremy Weller

Jan – Mar 1996 | Two Trains Running by August Wilson

1995 - 1991

Dec 1995 – Jan 1996 | Tales From Home by Robbie Gringas and Rebecca Wolman

Nov – Dec 1995 | Desire Under The Elms by Eugene O’Neill

Oct – Nov 1995 | Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Sep – Oct 1995 | Bedfellows by Dave Anderson and David MacLennan

Aug – Sep 1995 | You ANC Nothing Yet by Pieter-Dirk Uys

Jul – Aug 1995 | Red Roses and Petrol by Joseph O’Connor

Jun – Jul 1995 | The Suit by Mothobi Mutloatse

May – Jun 1995 | Victor and the Ladies by Jenny McLeod

Apr 1995 | Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov

Feb – Apr 1995 | A Night In November (An Afternoon in June) by Marie Jones

Dec 1994 – Feb 1995 | Ain’t Misbehavin’ by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby Jr

Nov – Dec 1994 | Far Above Rubies by Robbie Gringras

Nov 1994 | Matilda Liar! by Debbie Isitt

Oct – Nov 1994 | Come Good Rain by George Seremba

Sep – Oct 1994 | The Day The Bronx Died by Michael Henry Brown

Jul 1994 | Shameless! by Paul Sand

Jun – Jul 1994 | Half The Picture: The Scott “Arms To Iraq” Enquiry by Richard Norton-Taylor

May – Jun 1994 | Mill On The Floss by Helen Edmundson

Apr – May 1994 | Lady Windermere’s Fan by Oscar Wilde

Mar – Apr 1994 | ‘One Hell Of A Do’ by Jon Kenny and Pat Shortt

Feb – Mar 1994 | The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol

9 Dec 1993 – Jan 1994 | Playboy Of The West Indies by Mustapha Matura

16 Nov 1993 | ‘One Hell Of A Do’ by Jon Kenny and Pat Shortt

30 Sep – Nov 1993 | The Piano Lesson by August Wilson

27 Aug – 25 Sep 1993 | Three Hotels by Jon Robin Baitz

2 – 4 Aug | Plays From The Former Yugoslavia

6 – 31 Jul 1993 | At The Black Pig’s Dyke by Vincent Woods

21 Jun – Jul 1993 | Yerma: Scenes From An Indian Village Woman’s Life by Frederico Garcia Lorca

6 Jun 1993 | Death And The Maiden by Ariel Dorfman

24 May – 19 Jun 1993 | Studs by Paul Mercier

27 Mar – May 1993 | A Love Song For Ulster by Bill Morrison

23 Feb – 20 Mar 1993 | Anna Karenina by Helen Edmundson

25 Jan – 20 Feb 1993 | The Ash Fire by Gavin Kostick

10 Dec 1992 – Jan 1993 | Pinchy Kobi And The Seven Duppies by The Posse

29 – 30 Nov 1992 | Still Crazy After All These Years by Strathcona Theatre Co.

24 Nov – 5 Dec 1992 | Endangered Species by The Kosh

1 – 7 Nov 1992 | The Night Train

8 Oct – Nov 1992 | Trouble In Mind by Alice Childress

3 Sept – 3 Oct 1992 | Gamblers by Nikolai Gogol

2 Jul – Aug 1992 | Una Pooka by Michael Harding

3 Jun 1992 | Love And A Bottle by George Farquhar

18 – 30 May 1992 | Oscar by James Clutton and Damian Landi

Apr – May 1992 | Just The One by Eamon Morrissey

10 Mar – 4 Apr 1992 | Anna Karenina by Helen Edmundson

11 Feb – 7 Mar 1992 | Viva Detroit by Derek Walcott

12 Dec 1991 – 8 Feb 1992 | Once A Catholic by Mary O’Malley

13 Nov – 1 Dec 1991 | Watching For Dolphins by John McGrath

11 Nov – Dec 1991 | In Broad Daylight by Lesley Bruce

26 Sep – Nov 1991 | Pecong by Steve Carter

Aug – Sep 1991 | The Brother by Eamon Morrissey

2 – 27 Jul 1991 | Starbrites by Barney Simon

23 May – 22 Jun 1991 | A Long Way From Home by Yemi Ajibade

28 Apr – 18 May 1991 | The Brother by Eamon Morrissey

2 – 17 Apr 1991 | The Cure at Troy by Seamus Heaney

12 – 30 Mar 1991 | Meetings by Mustapha Matura

17 Jan – Mar 1991 | A Free Country by Jean-Claude Grumberg

1990 - 1986

15 Nov 1990 – 12 Jan 1991 | Just So by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe

4 Oct – 10 Nov 1990 | The Factory Girls by Frank McGuinness

5 – 29 Sep 1990 | Curl Up And Dye by Susan Pam

Jul – Aug 1990 | Remembrance by Derek Walcott

3 May – June 1990 | Fashion by Doug Lucie

Mar – Apr 1990 | Joe Turner’s Come And Gone by August Wilson

Jan – Feb 1990 | Boots For The Footless by Brian Behan

Nov – Dec 1989 | Nativity by Nigel Williams

Sep – Nov 1989 | All Or Nothing At All by Yemi Ajibade

Jan 1989 | Pentecost by Stewart Parker

Feb – Mar 1988 | Trinidad Sisters by Mustapha Matura

May 1987 | Burning Point by John Cooper

Apr – May 1987 | The Greatest Story Ever Told by Patrick Barlow

Mar – Apr 1987 | Thatcher’s Women by Kay Adshead

Jan – Feb 1987 | The Amen Corner by James Baldwin

Dec 1986 | Tejo Vanio and Zanda Zulan by Asaita Thakar

Dec 1986 | Never Mind We’ll Work On It by Strathcona Theatre Co.

Oct – Dec 1986 | The Hostage by Brendan Behan

Aug – Sep 1986 | Born In The R.S.A. by Barney Simon

Jul 1986 | I Do Like To Be by Shane Connaughton

19 May – Jun 1986 | Who Killed Hilda Murrell? by Chris Martin

24 – 28 May 1986 | Hop It! by Errol Lloyd

May 1986 | Joyriders by Christina Reid

8 Apr – May 1986 | The Lower Depths: An East End Story by Tunde Ikoli

10 Mar – 5 Apr 1986 | Blood Sweat and Tears by John Godber

13 Feb – Mar 1986 | Joyriders by Christina Reid

16 Jan – 8 Feb 1986 | Flann O’Brien’s Hard Life by Kerry Crabbe

1985 - 1980

31 Oct – 21 Dec 1985 | The Great White Hope by Howard Sackler

18 – 23 Nov 1985 | Adapt Or Dye by Pieter-Dirk Uys

29 Sep – 26 Oct 1985 | Flann O’Brien’s Hard Life by Kerry Crabbe

Jul – Aug 1985 | Come Back To The 5 And Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean by Ed Graczyk

25 Jun – 20 Jul 1985 | Pantomime by Derek Walcott

19 – 22 Jun 1985 | Tonight at 8:00 by Strathcona Theatre Co.

9 May – 8 Jun 1985 | Lonely Cowboy by Alfred Fagon

11 Apr – 4 May 1985 | A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

23 Feb – 30 Mar 1985 | Carmen: The Play, Spain 1936 by Stephen Jeffreys

18 – 23 Feb 1985 | The Bouncing Czecks

Dec 1984 – Feb 1985 | Return To The Forbidden Planet by Bob Carlton

23 Nov – 15 Dec 1984 | Two Can Play by Trevor Rhone

30 Oct – 17 Nov 1984 | Fire-Eaters by Paul Copley

27 Sep – 27 Oct 1984 | The One O’Clock World by Leigh Jackson

3 – 22 Sep 1984 | Black Dog – Inj’emnyama by Barney Simon

9 – 28 Jul 1984 | The Boot Dance by Edgar White

2 – 7 July 1984 | Shusha And The Story Snatcher by Shirley Barrie

25 – 30 Jun 1984 | Mistero Buffo by Dario Fo

11 – 23 Jun 1984 | C’mon Everybody! by Adrian Mitchell

3 May – 9 Jun 1984 | Real Estate by Louise Page

4 – 21 Apr 1984 | Playboy Of The West Indies by Mustapha Matura

12 – 31 Mar 1984 | Pula and Imbumba by Matsemela Manaka

21 Feb – 10 Mar 1984 | Playboy Of The West Indies by Mustapha Matura

13 – 18 Feb 1984 | Poppies by Noel Greig

24 Jan – 11 Feb 1984 | Calamity by Bryony Lavery

16 Dec 1983 – 21 Jan 1984 | Nightshoot by Bob Mason

Nov – Dec 1983 | The Tooth of Crime by Sam Shepard

21 Oct – 19 Nov 1983 | Buried Treasure by Olwyn Wymark

10 – 15 Oct 1983 | A Nest of Intervals by Neil Innes

Sep 1983 | Objects of Affection by Elaine Loudon

Jul – Aug 1983 | Smile Orange by Trevor Rhone

Jun – Jul 1983 | Theatre of the Film Noir by George F. Walker

2 Jun 1983 | Beyond the ‘A’ Penny Steps by Tony Dennis

May 1983 | Love and Dissent by Elisabeth Bond

Apr – May 1983 | The Messiah by Patrick Barlow

Mar – Apr 1983 | Mr Puntila and his Servant Matti by Bertolt Brecht

Mar 1983 | More Female Trouble by Brony Lavery

Mar 1983 | Mitzi Wilderbeest, First Lady Of The Velt by Elaine Loudon

Feb – Mar 1983 | Private Habits by Ivor Cutler

Jan – Feb 1983 | The Messiah by Patrick Barlow

Dec 1982 – Jan 1983 | Jack Sheppard’s Back by Shirley Barrie

Nov – Dec 1982 | Stuffing It by Robin Glendinning

Oct – Nov 1982 | Artichoke by Joanna Glass

Sep – Oct 1982 | Gotterdammerung or Twilight of The Gods by Bryony Lavery

Aug 1982 | Sink or Swim by Tunde Ikoli

Aug 1982 | Act Without Words I and II by Samuel Beckett

Jul 1982 | Red Alert: This Is A God Warning by Leo Aylen

Jun – Jul 1982 | ‘Ever After’ by Catherine Itzin and Ann Mitchell

May – Jun 1982 | Queen Christina by Pam Gems

15 Apr – 15 May 1982 | Love In Vain by Bob Mason

Mar – Apr 1982 | Behind The Lines by Roger McGough and Brian Patten

Mar 1982 | Blind Dancers by Charles Tidler

3 – 27 Feb 1982 | Gandhi by Guerney Campbell

Jan 1982 | Behind The Lines by Roger McGough and Brian Patten

Jan 1982 | Life in a Scotch Sitting Room, Vol. II by Ivor Cutler and Phyllis King

Jan 1982 | ‘Would The Real Judy Garland Please…’ by Sam Jacobs

Dec 1981 – Jan 1982 | Pierrot in Five Masks and Isabella or The Pot of Basil by Barry Smith’s Theatre of Puppets

Dec 1981 | Winter Warmer by Cunning Stunts

Nov – Dec 1981 | Days Here So Dark by Terry Johnson

Nov 1981 | Citizen Ilyushin by Kevin Mandry

19 Oct – 7 Nov 1981 | Blood On The Dole by Jim Morris

Oct 1981 | Hotel Amigo by Kate and Mike Westbrook

Sep – Oct 1981 | Creeps by David E. Freeman

7 – 26 Sep 1981 | In Dreams by Alan Williams

Aug 1981 | Bekkanko by Asaya Funita

Aug 1981 | Urfaust After Goethe by LIFT

July – Aug 1981 | Red Door Without A Bolt by Jude Alderson

Jul 1981 | Exit The Maids by Lilith

Jun – Jun 1981 | Tap Dance On A Telephone Line by Donna Franceschild

Jun 1981 | Life in a Scotch Sitting Room, Vol. II by Ivor Cutler and Phyllis King

May – Jun 1981 | Show Trial: The Artists’ Enquiry Into The Arts Council by Ed Berman

Apr – 23 May 1981 | Gone With Hardy by David Allen

13 – 18 Apr 1981 | The Opera by Cunning Stunts

Mar – Apr 1981 | What’s Got Into You? by Elaine Morgan

Mar 1981 | Mourning Pictures by Honor Moore

Mar 1981 | Bloomers’ Cabaret by Eve Bland, Noreen Kershaw and Eileen Pollock

23 Feb – 11 Apr 1981 | ‘Better A Live Pompey Than A Dead Cyril’ by Clare McIntyre and Stephanie Nunn

27 Jan – 21 Feb 1981 | Black Ball Game by Don Webb

6 – 24 Jan 1981 | Rien Ne Va Plus by Pip Simmons

16 Dec 1980 – 3 Jan 1981 | Cunning Stunts Christmas Show by Cunning Stunts

11 Nov – 13 Dec 1980 | Space Ache by Snoo Wilson

21 Oct – 8 Nov 1980 | Rise Of The Old Cloud by Mike Dorrell

6 Oct – 14 Not 1980 | Da Doo Ron Ron by Snoo Wilson

29 Sep – 17 Oct 1980 | Mr. Robinson’s Party by Volker Ludwig and Christian Sorge

16 Sep – 18 Oct 1980 | Samba by Michael Abbensetts