Glasshouse is about family and how hard it can be to keep loving. Three interwoven stories take us into the lives of members of a single family – fragile as any of us, tested by the times in modern Britain, they struggle to stay together, fail to survive apart. Sown through with Kate Tempest’s haunting poetry, the play draws us into a dark and gritty city illuminated by moments of unexpected tenderness.
Edinburgh Festival hit and Total Theatre Award-winner The Worst of Scottee directed by Chris Goode is coming to the Roundhouse.
Everyone has done stuff they regret, most of us bury it but six months ago Scottee hired a psychotherapist and a filmmaker to dig up his past.
The Worst of Scottee see the Time Out Performer of The Year encounter past flames, ex-friends and people who no longer like him in attempt to find out where he went wrong.
After touring all year supporting the likes of Rod Stewart, Blondie and Mick Hucknell, Moya is performing live at the Roundhouse for a special concert on December 5th.
Moya will be performing tracks from her debut album 'Lost & Found' as well as brand new songs such as 'Come and Get it'.
Some Velvet Morning may be new to you, but they’re already familiar to Nancy Sinatra, Paolo Nutini and Razorlight, to mention just a few celebrity names that orbit their world. The famous daughter of the even more legendary 20th century swinger gave them her nod of approval when she heard that they were named after her best-known collaboration with Lee Hazlewood on the beautiful song Some Velvet Morning ('she was flattered').