Since our début in 2014 with "Internal Affairs", we have been performing annually in Oxford during Trinity Term.
My Beloved Family
Simpkins Lee Theatre, 22-25 May 2022
A group of actors are rehearsing for the production that will restore them to fame. But what will happen when the church commissioner comes to shut down the production, a civil servant notices a mistake on the licenses, and a Mafia boss threatens to kill them? A hilarious comedy!
On the 10th of June:
Simpkins Lee Theatre, 23-24 May 2019
The 10th of June was a sunny, summer day like any other. People would wake up as usual, look after their fields and animals, go to church. Children would go to school, young people would laugh, dream, fall in love... The 10th of June, seemed to be an ordinary summer day. Only it wasn’t.
Simpkins Lee Theatre, 31 May-2 June 2018
Splinters are the small pieces of wood that penetrate the skin, or the fragments of a shattered impression. Seven short stories that together synthesise an ensemble, a play about human relationships.
I Want a Country: Θέλω Μία Χώρα
O'Reilly Theatre, 11-13 May 2017
How did everything suddenly fall apart? In the aftermath of a crisis, the old ways no longer serve as a means of coping with a new reality...
Melted Butter: Λιωμένο Βούτυρο
Simpkins Lee Theatre, 4-6 May 2016
Late at night inside a University library in 2016, an Oxford academic browses through old Greek newspaper cuttings. His attention is drawn to a crime of passion: Thessaloniki 1960, cold night, hotel room, murder. He tries to piece together the story...
The Building: Το Κτίριο
Michael Pilch Studio, 11-13 June 2015
"It's the first time I've ever spoken about this. The truth is, it's the first time I've spoken at all, uttered a word, with a human voice. Because it's generally accepted that buildings cannot speak."
Internal Affairs : Εσωτερικαί Ειδήσεις
Michael Pilch Studio, 14-17 May 2014
"Pantazis? Tomorrow, sir. We're closed now. We're on strike. Tomorrow." A typical confrontation between our unseen protagonist, Pantazis, and the Greek bureaucracy. Meanwhile, at the taverna, all worries are forgotten...