And so it ends...but not for long!


As the final show ended, it seemed like only yesterday that we began the first day of rehearsals. What a fantastic group of people to have had the pleasure of spending the last 8 plus weeks working with.

We hope you've enjoyed coming on the journey with us and thank you to all those who saw the show and/or supported us on our lil''s been a treat!

For those who didn't get to see the show in the old berg, there's no need to weep or lose sleep as you can catch us in Watford, Colchester and Hull over the next three weeks - oh yes - it doesn't finish here people! 

We can't wait to bring the show to the three fantastic venues we have lined up. So if you avoided the UK rain and caught some rays this summer then brighten up your September and get along to see YOUNG PRETENDER (although don't stand to close to us as we're a pretty pale bunch and we get jealous easily).

The upcoming venues/dates/times are:

    Watford Palace Theatre 2 - 3 September, 8pm (also 5pm on 3


    buy tickets now

    Mercury Theatre Colchester 8 - 10 September, 7:45pm

    buy tickets now

    Hull Truck 14 - 17 September, 8pm (also 2pm on 17 Sept)

     buy tickets now

And here are a few more reasons to pop along...

    “It’s not a Scottish history lesson, more a three-act, three-handed

    chamber study of the cycle of teenage rebellion” - ****

    The Scotsman


    “Captivating” - The Observer

    “Crowe’s writing zings off the page” and “Paul Woodson’s Prince is

    as magnetic as Mick Jagger” - The Independent

    “I could have watched hours more of E V Crowe's modern rewrite”

    - The Guardian

    “melding history with rock star swagger to pose questions about

    the hidden costs of conflict.” - **** Metro

Thank you again to everyone and look forward to seeing you in the very near future.

nabokov peeps x