By Jovanni Sy
A World Premiere production with Gateway Theatre and Vertigo Theatre
October 26 – November 11, 2017 | Preview October 25

1920s Hong Kong. Battling racism and his own reputation, Chinese detective Tommy Lam investigates the deaths of several women. With a suspected serial killer in his sights, Tommy follows clues to the glamorous Nine Dragons nightclub and into the haze of the opium trade. In his relentless quest to prove himself and protect his people, Tommy risks losing everything – his relationship, his badge, even his life.

By John Patrick Shanley
Outside Mullingar is part of ShanleyFest
February 1 – 17, 2018 | Preview January 31

“It’s funny — sometimes morbidly, wickedly funny — and lilting and poetic without ever being overly dramatic” – San Francisco Examiner
Set in the Irish farming community of Killucan, a nasty land feud and rivalry has set the Reillys and the Muldoons apart. Rosemary has known her neighbour Anthony since she was a child, but misunderstanding and sorrow have kept them apart. Don’t miss this Tony-nominated play where John Patrick Shanley hits the sweet spot with comedy and tragedy.

By Amelia Bullmore
March 8 – 24, 2018 | Preview March 7

“Heartwarming hymn to friendship” -
Witty, humorous and filled with sentiment, the feel-good story of Di and Viv and Rose explores the evolution of friendship. When three very different women meet in university, little do they know they’ll form a lifelong bond. Delve into this heartwarming comedy that celebrates life, love and everything in between accompanied with lots of laughs.

By Simon Stephens
April 12 - 28, 2018 | Preview April 11

“Wondrously stealthy play” – New York Times
From their first meeting, something’s a bit off. But maybe that’s what makes them click. A 75-year-old British butcher and a 40-something American? Definitely not a match on paper. As chemistry turns to romance, Georgie asks Alex for a favour that puts her motives into question. Was their original meeting a chance encounter after all? As Alex ponders his next move, the question remains: if you’re getting what you want, does it matter what you give?