Love and All That Crap


Love and All That Cr@p

written & performed by OLIVER RETTER
10 & 11 July 2016
Sun/Mon only

Oliver Retter presents his originally funny and moving story of coming out. He has performed his piece at our LGBT Scratch Night and Actor awareness Launch to massive praise for his cute, quirky, funny and original story including flowers, glitter and allot of tongue in cheek.

“And they all lived Happily Ever After”… Bullsh*t!

Love And All That Cr@p is a light-hearted ‘coming of age’ story about finding love in our modern day society. Follow a young man as he makes his discovery in awkward, amusing and arousing ways such as discovering your sexuality through porn; the naivety of your ‘first time’, a blind date gone terribly wrong and the all too true horrors of a one night stand as well as other stories and experience a cabaret of song, poetry and hilarity in this embarrassingly true story about love and all its unsaid difficulties.

OCD Theatre (Original, Contemporary, Dynamic) emerged from East 15 Acting School’s Contemporary Theatre course and has continued to produce intriguing new work which were praised for their daring and eye-opening subjects

With special thanks to Adam Weeks and Lottie Finklaire for their dramaturgical support.

Love And All That Cr@p contains strong language and a ridiculous amount of glitter.

★★★★ “Excellent piece of writing and performing
Terry Eastham, London Theatre 1

★★★★ Portrays love in a fun and relatable way”
Korien Brown, Cockpit Theatre

Box Office opens at 7.00pm for cash sales and collection of pre-booked tickets. The performance lasts 1 hour without interval. Over 18s only.

love and all that cr@p

Cancel the Sunshine at Hope Theatre

cancel the sun

Chantelle Dussette who wrote ‘Cancel the Sunshine’  originally trained as an actress at The Academy Drama School, London. She made her writing debut at the Off Cut Festival in 2009 with her ethereal play ‘The Teacher Who Loved Me. ‘Wounds Chantelle’s second play, a nod to kitchen sink dramas, it was staged at the Tristan Bates Theatre in 2013.

The Play


At The Hope Theatre, Islington, N1 1RL


“Monday morning. I survived the weekend.”

A woman is gripped inside a vortex of her varying states of mind.

Honest, raw, and with sharply observed humour, this is an account of the woman’s struggle with her painful past, inadequate present, and her un- quenched desire to find happiness whilst living with a mental illness.

This vibrant, fast paced piece comes to life through frank, witty storytelling that tells us of music filled tube journeys, self obsessed friends and spiralling nights outs in this constantly evolving and sometimes stifling city of London.

This production aims to give a voice to those muted, those who need to be heard. Join us in this beautifully poetic and bold piece of uncompromising and urgent theatre.The show supports the Amy Winehouse Foundation –