Jen and her younger brother John vow to always be there for each other. When Jen leaves for college before the beginning of the Vietnam War, John is left to fall under the influence of his abusive father and joins the Navy.
This musical explores the relationships between siblings and, later, between a mother and her son, set against the backdrop of a changing America.
Newman Carter, a world famous astronaut mysteriously disappears in 1969. Forty years later, a troubled young man, turns up on his doorstep with a letter which changes everything for everyone.
Out There is an original tale crossing three generations; sons, fathers and grandfathers. This heart felt story with its country inspired score is created by James Bourne and Elliot Davis - the team behind the musical Loserville.
Brighton-born actor/singer/songwriter Alex James Ellison, who recently supported Samantha Barks on her UK concert tour, has performed at venues all around London and the UK and was the 2016 Pride’s Got Talent winner. Alex trained at the prestigious BRIT School and Mountview Academy of Performing Arts and has played roles in a number of Off-West End musicals, including Apartment 40C (St James Studio and London Theatre Workshop) and Whistle Down The Wind (Union Theatre), and starred in Aliens Love Underpants on tour and at the Dominion Theatre.
In Favourite Sins and Chocolate Bars, Alex will perform his own unique Style of music (which has been described as "fun pop mixed with sincere singer-songwriter") - including songs from his debut EP Duvet Days and his hit single Chocolate Bar. He will also be joined by some special guests from the world of West End musical theatre to perform numbers from the upcoming EP of songs he has written with Robert Gould (librettist/lyricist of the musicals My Land’s Shore and A Pebble For Aaron, which were named as finalists for the 2016 Stiles And Drewe Mentorship Award) as well as showcasing some songs from the new Ellison and Gould musical-in-development Texting and Tweeting – the Musical!
Not seen in the UK since 1992, saucy cult hit 'Moby Dick! The Musical' is back. Originally produced by Cameron Mackintosh, 'Moby Dick! The Musical' has a book by Robert Longden and music and lyrics by Longden and Hereward Kaye.
The anarchic and nubile girls of St. Godley's Academy for Young Ladies are in trouble! Money for the school has run out and it's threatened with closure. Determined to save their school from bankruptcy, the resourceful girls, and their unflappable headmistress come up with a plan to keep the school afloat. Using whatever they can find, the girls mount an original production as a fundraiser - a musical version of Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick, featuring their own headmistress in the coveted role of Captain Ahab.
Barbara Jane Mackie's exuberant new Musical 'Rumpy Pumpy!' , with its plea for the decriminalisation of all prostitution, opened in 2015 at The Kings Head Theatre to critical acclaim.
Based on a true story, 'Rumpy Pumpy!' has played Theatre Royal Windsor and British film company Carnaby Films are planning the film and UK Tour.
When Jean Johnson and Shirley Landels, two brave ladies from the Hampshire Women's Institute, decide to campaign for the decriminalisation of prostitution and to improve conditions for Working Girls everywhere, Brothel Madame, Holly Spencer, gets in touch. She has the perfect brothel these ladies could be looking for! Holly quips: ‘You ladies make the tea and we’ll bring the crumpets!’ As the two conflicting worlds collide, comedy and chaos ensue in this very British comedy.