The Thomas Clifford Show

The Thomas Clifford Show is a heart-warming frolic through celebrity culture with the help of Thomas Clifford, as he celebrates the 10th anniversary of his show with a group of special guests who really are larger than life.

It integrates games, audience interaction and improvisation as this fast-paced satire invites the audience to join in on this hour-long journey.


Friday 20th and Saturday 21st March 2015 7:00pm, Morley College, London CREATE SCRATCH REFINE REPEAT Edinburgh Fringe Competition Finalists. 

Wednesday 10th – Saturday 13th June 2015 8:00pm, Matthews Yard, Croydon

Sunday 26th July 2015 5:00pm, Theatre 503,  London

Tuesday 4th – Saturday 8th August 2015, The Bread and Roses Theatre, London

Monday 10th –  Sunday 23rd August 2015 6:40pm, Just The Tonic, Edinburgh


Remote Goat  ‘Chat-show satire hits the mark’  ****

Female Arts   ‘Cultural critique with a smile ‘ ****

London Theatre ‘Humorous and Energetic’ ****

Phillipa Turns 30

Phillipa Turns 30 is a Forum theatre performance about people sharing their faith. After watching a short, entertaining performance, the audience have the opportunity to stand in as one of the characters and change the scene completely.

This show aims to challenge the perceptions of modern day beliefs and religious faiths. It encourages people to question what is right or wrong when sharing personal beliefs in both social and work based scenarios.

Don’t We Need No Education?

Education FlyerAfter a sold-out debut at the Roundhouse Theatre Camden, produced by the Accidental Festival, Selah Theatre Company are proud to present Don’t We Need No Education.

As a group of Sociology students begin their new lives at University, it’s more than just the workload they have to deal with. In the instantaneous world that the Facebook generation have grown up in, can they keep pace with all that life throws at them? Selah asks if we’ve really ‘never had it so good’.

Contains some strong language.


The Garden

A brand new piece by Rev. Julie-Ann Heath, adapted from the book, ‘The Angel at the Bottom of the Garden’.

In a life controlled by fashion, the media, work and the need to always be improving, a woman finds herself confiding in the one stable constant in her life: The statue at the bottom of her garden. Sharing her wishes, disappointments and broken heart, can she find a way to escape the manic cycle of life and find peace?