Almost Legal Productions present a stage production of the cult comedy classic.
Following the action of the film expect vinyl throwing, cricket bats and loads of zombies! Shout along with your favourite one-liners, unashamedly enjoy the song and dance moments and best of all bash as many undead as you can!
For those who haven’t seen the film here’s a quick summary:
Life is going nowhere for Shaun. He spends his life in his local pub, with his best mate Ed, has issues with his Mum and Step-Dad, and things aren’t running too smoothly with his girlfriend Liz. When Liz dumps him, Shaun finally decides to get his life in order. He must win back her heart, repair his relationship with his Mum and face up to his responsibilities. Unfortunately, there is a slight problem with the world being taken over by Zombies.
An incredible circus and music performance act that will keep you on the edge of your seat with excitement and some very unexpected rude surprises.
Expect everything from somersaults to weird scenes with animals. This is an must-see show bursting with energy and rhythm, you won’t know what to be most impressed with.
The performers must be some of the most multi-talented artists to have ever reached London! Get your tickets, or better still grab a booth for all your mates. Guaranteed to be the most exciting show you’ll see this summer.
In a housing crisis, a young couple are offered a home of their own. But at what price?
The world premiere of this provocative new play by Mike Bartlett invites us to spy on a family as they embark upon a dangerous new way to live.
Game audiences will see the Almeida auditorium radically transformed in a production that offers an unnervingly intimate viewing experience.
The production reunites writer Mike Bartlett (Earthquakes in London, Cock, King Charles III) with acclaimed director-designer duo Sacha Wares and Miriam Buether (Wild Swans, Sucker Punch, My Child, generations).
December will see the launch of The Curiosity Cabaret, taking its inspiration from Renaissance Europe’s ‘cabinets of curiosities’ it’s a brand new London-based production and is the first ever cabaret interactive theatrical experience in the style of a medical lecture.
Imagine, ladies and gentlemen, an era when surgery was performed without anaesthesia, when aseptic technique and antibiotics did not yet exist. Imagine a time when doctors still clung to their superstitions and medicine was much more art than science…
Imagine no further! Join us as we step into the timeless world of The Curiosity Cabaret where past and present collide head on.
Audiences are invited to prepare their minds and senses for the magical, macabre and marvellous world of medical history. This debut show, set to take place on 2nd to 7th December is equal parts fascinating and entertaining and promises to be just the tonic for relieving the dark winter evening blues.
‘Bookbed’ invites you to explore the library in the context of twenty-first century technologies. With a giant bed as its centrepiece, the exhibition will provide a platform to share your experiences of learning and self-education.
Ruth Beale’s practice includes performance, drawing, video work and the collection and the collection and re-presentation of archive material.
The famous Body & Soul New York soul train – where François K, Joaquin ‘Joe’ Claussell and Danny Krivit conduct proceedings All-Day-Long – comes back to London for pure uplifting, quality house and groove-filled day time party.
Plus the phenomenal Jocelyn Brown performs live in concert.
As part of the Sadler’s Sampled Festival of Dance, Sampled, a weekend of dance promised to showcase internationally renowned talent from breakdancing to tango.
On the warm Friday night the audience was buzzing with excitement including chatter not sure of what to expect and fans eager for their favourites to appear on the stage.
The series started with ‘(in between)’, a moody and abstract performance building from dancers chopping each other to the ground like woodchoppers in the English countryside. The performance continued to an exciting and loud finale with the dancers being lead by mother-nature through screams and chants.
Stuttgart Ballet was a powerful and delicate duet. Next, Storyboard P literally started with screams from across the audience with support. His entertaining performance mixed contemporary dancing similar to what can be expected from a music video and a bit of contortion.
Disappointingly, already we were racing through the performances and had arrived at the Tango World Champions. As expected the tango dancing was uplifting and surprisingly mesmerising.
The penultimate performance, The Measures Taken, was based around dancing with impressive lazers. Last, Vagabond Crew appeared like a boy band with a range of micro-performances.
Overall the performances were great introductions to many styles of dancing and making an excellent start to the weekend. The festival is genuinely unmissable.
– (in between) choreographed by Jasmin Vardimon
– Stuttgart Ballet
– Storyboard P
– Tango World Champions
– The Measures Taken
– Vagabond Crew
Want to hear London’s emerging musical artists catch a few of them at Shortlist.
Art It Up supports and develops the skills of young people through art and creativity across the UK. We like to celebrate and raise awareness about what we do via a ground-‐breaking event called Shortlist. Shortlist is where some of our collaborations take place, we have up ‘n’ coming & established creative people taking to the stage to perform and inspire.
Shortlist is a long-‐term project run by UK organisation Art It Up. The money raised at the event will be used to fund creative workshops for young children and adults in the UK who might be susceptible to being stereotyped in a negative light as well as those who wish to progress in a creative career path. Shortlist hopes to empower, encourage and guide young people into the creative industry where possible.
The team was invited down to the second run of One Man Two Guvnors and we were definitely entertained.
The new cast never dropped the ball in this pacey production and Owain Arthur did a great job taking over from James Corden.
Owain especially shone in his moments of improvisation as he played with the audience and kept it rolling with the variety of hilarious gags.
My colleague was especially bewitched by the slick band that played at the start and through out the show. Ben Mansfield who plays Stanley Stubbers did a fantastic job and kept me in stitches.
The production is based on Goldini’s Italian Classic Comedy and is oozing with slapstick humour.
I would recommend this for all families and if you’re going on a date, this would get you in the good books.