The One Festival is back for its FINAL year. Packed with unforgettable stories, bold new writing and world premieres, 19 brave performers take to the Space’s stage, one by one. Confessions, love‚Ä¶ drunken fairytales, the Festival‚Äôs eclectic programme of work only has one thing in common ‚Äď every piece is performed by just one actor.
With each programme performing five times across three weeks there are plenty of opportunities to catch these solo performances from some of the most exciting theatre makers in the UK and beyond. Chilling, poignant, funny – there is something for everyone so take a look below and see what intrigues you .¬†There is plenty to discover at the One Festival. One last time.
A thought-provoking and polished assortment of new writing
Views from the Gods
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9th – 27th January 2018
7:30pm / 4pm matinees
¬£12/ ¬£ 8
Book using a One Festival Pass!
Book two programmes for ¬£20 (saving ¬£2 per ticket)
Book three programmes for ¬£27 (saving ¬£3 per ticket)
Book four programmes for ¬£32 (saving ¬£4 per ticket)
Celebrity, scandal and topiary collide in this evening of theatrical gems. Featuring a host of eclectic characters, all with unforgettable stories to tell.
Treasure by Laura Kaye Thomson, performed by Jennifer Greenwood
Meeting Roman Polanski by Janice Hallett, performed by Jessica White, directed by Adam Hemming
Inside Alan¬†written and performed by Mitch Day, directed by Anthony Houghton
A Sweet Life written by Guleraana Mir, performed by Alice Langrish, directed by Mingyu Lin
The Mighty Oak Conqueror written by Mike Carter, performed by Tom Michael Blyth, directed by Katherine Timms
Confessions, fantasies and drunken fairytales. A darkly comic evening of solo performances all written and performed by women.¬† Expect feats of endurance, inner most thoughts and moral depravity.
Sweet Fade written and performed by Charlotte Powell, directed by Orlando James
It‚Äôs Not a Sprint written and performed by Grace Chapman, directed by Ellie Simpson
Motherland written and performed by Naomi Joseph, directed by Rachael Black
Perfect by Rachael Claye, directed by Danielle McIlven, performed by Carianne Dunford
Expect the unexpected. Inspiring true stories, real life encounters and stuffed animals. An eclectic evening of solo performances where dreams are made and nothing is quite as it seems.
Home Time¬†by David Hendon, directed by Paula Chitty , performed by Elizabeth George¬†
Sixth Position¬†written and directed by Louise Jameson, performed by Holly Jackson Walters
Mansplaining: The Musical¬†by Mike Carter, performed by Stephanie Ware, directed by Saffron Myers
Binkie and the Snowbirds by John Dixon, performed by Tim Blackwell, directed by Danielle McIlven
Skyclad by Serena Haywood, performed by Alexandra Donnachie,¬†directed by Lou-Lou Mason
Looking for theatre that makes you laugh, cry and think, all in the same evening? We‚Äôve got you covered. Witness life changing decisions, watch life pass you by and meet the boy who killed Christmas‚Ä¶
Mission Abort written and performed by Therese Ramstedt, directed by Claire Stone
A Fallen Cigarette Butt written and performed by Stefanie-May Hammoudeh
The End of Term Show by Olu Alakija, performed by Anthony Cozens, directed by John Fricker,
Crossrail by Philippa Mannion, performed by Karen Ascoe, directed by Jodie Botha
Just One More Time by Guleraana Mir, performed by Minhee Yeo, directed by Mingyu Lin