We may be socially distancing but theatre can go on. And for us it definitely will go on, with a series of online performances and play readings.
Each event is hosted via Zoom and followed by a reflective Q&A session between the audience and creative team.
Upcoming online productions
We’ll put details about upcoming online productions on this page soon.
To book your place, you’ll just need to click on the event you’re interested in and follow the instructions – or let us know by email which event you’d like to attend.
Over the next few months, we plan to hold online events every 2 to 3 weeks, so do check back regularly to see details of our latest online productions.
Previous online productions
Join us as we continue to tease and stretch the boundaries of ‘online theatre’ in this live, staged psychological thriller by Maria McAteer. Saturday 29 May 2021 at 7.30pm (UK time).
Join us online for a live dramatic reading of Gogol’s Diary of a Madman, adapted by Kelvin Segger. Friday 30 April 2021 at 7.30pm (UK time).
6 new short plays by young voices. Sunday 28 March 2021 at 6.30pm (UK time).
We invite you to join members of the company – along with some of our usual ‘friends with benefits’ – for a brief Valentine’s Day roll in the pandemic hay. Sunday 14 February 2021, 6pm.
3 new short plays exploring a ‘darker side’ of Zoom. Wednesday 20 January 2021, 8.10pm (UK time).
Join us – to watch, listen or perform – for a free, curated and hosted evening of arts! Wednesday 16 December 2020 at 8.10pm.
Join us online as 8 talented writers each present their 10-minute response to Zoom! Wednesday 11 November 2020 at 8.10pm (UK time).
Join us online for a live, ‘staged’ version of Tony Earnshaw’s new play, part of Mole Valley Arts E-live 2020. Wednesday 21 October 2020 at 8.15pm (UK time).
Damn Cheek is thrilled to invite you to our 4th online theatre outing, a free reading of Brendan Murray’s play Big Baby. Wednesday 3 June 2020 at 8.15pm (UK time).
Damn Cheek are proud to continue our free online theatre season with a reading of Brendan Murray’s play The Collywobbles. Wednesday 13 May 2020 at 8.15pm (UK time).