List of Series

    List of Events

    1. So Young

      TravFest24 by Douglas Maxwell, Directed by Gareth Nicholls

      From the writer of I Can Go Anywhere and Decky Does a Bronco, Douglas Maxwell’s So Young sees an innocuous evening slide into ruin as old friends face the challenges of middle age, growing apart and losing those close to them

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    2. The Sound Inside

      TravFest24 by Adam Rapp, Directed by Matt Wilkinson

      The UK premiere of Adam Rapp’s spellbinding play, having been nominated for six Tony Awards.

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    3. Same Team

      TravFest24 by Robbie Gordon & Jack Nurse, created with the women of Street Soccer Scotland, Directed by Bryony Shanahan

      This joyful story of community, teamwork and overcoming hardship is back for extra time having delighted audiences in December 2023.

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    4. BATSHIT

      TravFest24 by Leah Shelton, Directed by Ursula Martinez

      A wildly theatrical, unexpectedly funny, and deeply intimate story of female madness.

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    5. In Two Minds

      TravFest24 by Joanne Ryan, Directed by Sarah Jane Scaife

      From the stellar writer Joanne Ryan and director Sarah Jane Scaife comes a tale of the adult child and parent sharing the same home.

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    6. My English Persian Kitchen

      TravFest24 by Hannah Khalil, based on the story by Atoosa Sepehr, Directed by Chris White

      What would you take if you were forced to leave home with no hope of returning?

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    7. Cyrano

      TravFest24 by Virginia Gay, Directed by Clare Watson

      A joyous, gender-flipped retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac, packed with music, wit and aching romance.

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    8. A History of Paper

      TravFest24 by Oliver Emanuel & Gareth Williams, Directed by Andrew Panton

      A musical love story about a man and a woman and the little bits of paper that make up a life.

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    9. Natalie Palamides: WEER


      Mon 5 - Sun 25 Aug, 9.30PM

      An achingly tender 90s rom-drom (romantic dramedy) which asks you to look at every argument from two sides.

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    10. Letters To Our Future Government

      TravFest24 by the young people of the UK and Ireland

      Tue 6 - Sun 11 Aug, 10:30am

      Given the opportunity, what would you say to those in charge - or who are about to be?

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    11. Rehearsed Reading: A new play by Isla Cowan


      Mon 12 Aug, 4:30pm

      Extracts of a new play by Isla Cowan takes to the stage for the very first time.

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    12. A Knock on the Roof

      TravFest24 by Khawla Ibraheem, directed and developed by Oliver Butler

      Mariam is preparing for war, weaving together the story of her life and family in Gaza,

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