366 Days of Kindness

This is a free entry event.

Please contact the venue for ticketing information.

The true story of one woman’s mission to answer the question “can kindness
change the world? ” by carrying out an act of kindness for a total stranger every
day for 366 days. Involving cakes, compliments, phone boxes and Billy Bragg
teaching her how to play “The Milkman of Human Kindness” in a cupboard at the

This is a comedy about how, despite what we are told about the state of the
world, there is more love than hate, more hope than fear, more good than bad.
All this plus a chance to win a million pounds (really)

Bazazi Brothers

Part Cirque du Soleil, part Tom Jones – with a little Swayze thrown in for good measure, the Bazazi Brothers heady mix of celebrity and circus family history steeped in tradition is a real one off.

The riotous double act, dance, juggle, and fall over each other for your viewing pleasure and features internationally renowned superstars Edward and Kaveh Bazazi.

Prepare to be amazed, prepare to be dazzled, and prepare to be prepared. Smooth moves, the funkiest soundtrack you’ve ever heard, and an enormous amount of skill and dexterity makes this a show you won’t want to miss.

Luke Wright: The Ballad Seller

Back in Georgian times we got our news from poetry. Before papers, broadcasts or the internet, ballad sellers would hawk their doggerel on street corners for a penny. Scandalous affairs, grisly crimes, and colourful characters were brought to life in rhyming verse long before first tabloid was printed.

Now Luke Wright has rewritten the very best of these stories for the modern ear: take a trip through the Drury Lane gin shops with the Boxing Baroness; filch oysters by the dozen with Dando, the celebrated gormandiser; and escape the Bull Ring with Jemmy the Rockman. Expect scandal, excess, and beautiful flawed humanity.

“His performances rumble with rage, passion and humour. They are also peppered with brilliantly smart observations. You will leave his show brimming with energy, heart pounding and brain whirring.” The Guardian