Join us for our regular Scratch nights of quick fire acts showcasing fresh new material. Scratch nights contain a variety of performances, including short plays, sketch comedy, film, poetry and spoken word.
If you wish to submit for future Scratch nights, please email Serena at
Next Scratch: Sunday 2nd December at 6.00pm
Little Boy by Mark Daniels. Blue is a good strong colour for boys, or is it for girls? Directed by Edwina Strobel
Confessions by Cordelia Lynn. She said that the exchange of power is erotic and that was the excuse for the terrible things I did to her. Uncut Theatre, directed by John Fredrik Kanu with Marlo Rye.
The Coasters by Carguil Lloyd Webley. Ellis is nearly over for dinner; Raymond and Cynthia really have to decide what he means to them both. Directed by Max Elton.
By a Whisker by Liz Tait. What’s in the bag please sir? Outside the worst nightclub in town it’s probably best not to know. Directed by David Shears of Quantum Frolic Theatre.
Clean by Sam Chittenden of Different Theatre. Seventy years apart, Dot and Tasha are each trying to make sense of life on Laundry Hill. Directed by Jo Hardman.
Father’s Day by Jonathan Skinner. You can project manage everything, even getting pregnant – or can you? Directed by Jack Silver
Reckoning by Helena Snider. As Rachel and John wait for their meeting outside the headmistress’s office, talk turns to their past friendship, sexuality and peer pressure.