Christmas by Simon Stephens
Set in an East-End pub a week before Christmas, this compelling and humorous play from award winning Simon Stephens explores the lives and obsessions of its regulars as they confront their past and prepare for the future.
Teaset by Gina Moxley
Christmas, 1999. On the verge of the new millennium, a young woman becomes the caretaker of Mrs. A., an elderly woman who is forgotten and isolated from her family. As New Year’s approaches, she makes an unlikely connection with her elderly charge and discovers the secret of her recent trauma, a secret that leaves both of them shaken in the wake of such unthinkable violence.
Christmas Storms and Sunshine
TRAUM gives a new twist to Elizabeth Gaskell’s classic tale of Christmas rivalries. Told with beautiful puppetry, original music and bold physical storytelling, Christmas Storms and Sunshine is a seasonal extravaganza like no other.
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