Spring/Summer Theatre 2019
Award-winning new writing from some of the most exciting playwrights on the scene today
An electrifying journey into love, jealousy and revenge
Sinners Club is a ferocious new piece of gig-theatre that invites you to join live band The Bad Mothers for a show inspired by Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in the UK. With music for fans of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Bjork and PJ Harvey, Sinners Club promises raw and lust-filled songs alongside an emotional and heartfelt story of a life lost to tragedy.
Join The Singer and the rest of The Bad Mothers for a bold and daring performance about an iconic women which asks: do you know what you’re capable of?
After a barnstorming original run in Wales and at Latitude Festival, this powerful new show written by Lucy Rivers and directed by Titas Halder transfers to the heart of Soho, Ruth Ellis’ London home
‘Rivers’ songs are shot through with sounds of Americana … proper old pulp fiction.’