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Print Room at The Coronet
103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB
Tube: Notting Hill
Tel: 020 3642 6606

TITLE AND DEED
by Will Eno

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from14 Jan 2015
Opens16 Jan 2015
Booking to07 Feb 2015
Closes07 Feb 2015
TimeMon - Fri at 7.30pm; Sat at 4pm and 7.30pm.
Price£25. (£10 Sats at 4pm)
PerformersConor Lovett
DirectorJudy Hegarty Lovett
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerPresented by Print Room in association with Gare St Lazare Ireland
SynopsisA nameless traveller from a far off place searches for connection and solace in an unknown country in this funny and sad meditation on mortality, loneliness, innocence, home, family, love, funerals, words, and the world.
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Print Room at The Coronet
103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB
Tube: Notting Hill
Tel: 020 3642 6606

1898
by Hubert Essakow, Mbulelo Ndabeni, Tamarin Stott, Kirill Burlov

LocationLondon
GenreDance
Previews from23 Feb 2015
Opens23 Feb 2015
Booking to28 Feb 2015
Closes28 Feb 2015
TimeMon – Fri at 7.30pm, Saturdays at 3.00pm & 7.30pm
Price£25. (£10 Sats at 3pm)
Performers
Director
Design
Lighting
ChoreographyHubert Essakow, Mbulelo Ndabeni, Tamarin Stott, Kirill Burlov
Costume
Sound
ProducerThe Print Room
SynopsisExploring a historical London and its people from over 100 years ago, this evening of work in progress will draw inspiration from specific theatrical sources such as the first opera to be performed at the Victorian playhouse, and those who famously graced the Coronet stage such as Sarah Bernhardt, to the wider historical themes of the period including the Belle Epoque, and a world on the verge of political upheaval.
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Print Room at The Coronet
103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB
Tube: Notting Hill
Tel: 020 3642 6606

BREAKFAST OF EELS, A
by Robert Holman

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from16 Mar 2015
Opens20 Mar 2015
Booking to11 Apr 2015
Closes11 Apr 2015
TimeMon – Fri at 7.30pm, Saturdays at 3.00pm & 7.30pm
Price£25. (£10 Sats at 3pm)
PerformersMatthew Tennyson and Andrew Sheridan
DirectorRobert Hastie
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerThe Print Room
SynopsisIn the haze of late summer in a London garden, the apples have all fallen to the ground. It is the day of Daddy's funeral, and two orphans find themselves suddenly alone, with nobody to cling to but each other. A Breakfast of Eels is about the pain of growing up, the difficulty of survival and the journey to create an identity and sense of belonging in a world without parents.
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond
Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7615

MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT
Book by Eric Idle, score by Eric Idle and John Du Prez.

LocationLondon
GenreMusical Comedy
Previews from26 Jan 2015
Opens26 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
TimeMon - Sat 7.30pm
Matinees Thu & Sat 2.30pm
Price£12.90 - £46.40
PerformersJoe Pasquale (King Arthur), Todd Carty (Patsy) and Bonnie Langford (Lady of the Lake)
DirectorChristopher Luscombe
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerHoward Panter for The Ambassador Theatre Group
SynopsisSpamalot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Length2hrs
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond
Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7651

OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR
Created by Joan Littlewood, Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton, Gerry Raffles, Ted Allen and Members of the Original Cast

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from10 Feb 2015
Opens10 Feb 2015
Booking to14 Feb 2015
Closes14 Feb 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Wed & Sat at 2.30pm
Price£10 - £35
Performers
DirectorTerry Johnson
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisThe musical is packed with familiar songs from the World War I era including ‘It's a Long Way to Tipperary’, ‘Pack up Your Troubles’ and ‘Keep the Home Fires Burning’. The songs are performed against a projected backdrop of images and shocking statistics conveying the harsh realities of war.
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7651

HARVEY
By Mary Chase

LocationLondon
GenreComedy
Previews from03 Mar 2015
Opens03 Mar 2015
Booking to07 Mar 2015
Closes07 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Wed, Thur and Sat at 2.30pm
Price£16.90 - £51.40
PerformersJames Dreyfus (Elwood P. Dowd), Maureen Lipman (Veta)
DirectorLindsay Posner
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerDon Gregory in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre, with Julian Stoneman Associates and Paul Tyrer and Jamie Clark for The Booking Office
SynopsisElwood P. Dowd has only one character flaw: an unwavering friendship with a six-foot tall, invisible rabbit named Harvey. In order to save the family's reputation, Elwood's sister Veta takes him to see psychiatrist Dr William Chumley. But when the doctor mistakenly commits anxiety-ridden Veta instead of her brother, it sets off an hilarious whirlwind of confusion and chaos as everyone tries to catch a man and his invisible rabbit.
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond
Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7651

DEAD SIMPLE
Adapted by Shaun McKenna from Peter James' novel 'Dead Simple'

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from09 Mar 2015
Opens09 Mar 2015
Booking to15 Mar 2015
Closes15 Mar 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinee on Sat at 2.30pm
Price£12.90 to £30.40 (Premium Tickets from £38.90)
PerformersTina Hobley (Ashley Harper), Jamie Lomas (Michael Harrison), Gray O'Brien (Detective Roy Grace), Rik Makarem (Mark Warren), Michael McKell (Bradley Cunningham), Joshua Brown (Davey Wheeler), Marc Small (Detective Sergeant Glenn Branson), Sarah Baxendale (Zoe Frame) and Alan Freestone (Robbo)
DirectorIan Talbot
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerPeter James and Joshua Andrews in association with Paul Tyrer and Jamie Clark at the Booking Office
SynopsisMichael Harrison thinks he has it all; great career, good friends and a beautiful fiancée. But when his stag night prank goes horribly wrong, Michael finds himself alone, buried alive and staring death in the face. As time runs out and the terror grows, Detective Superintendent Roy Grace tries to solve his mysterious disappearance, but begins to fear that Michael will never be found in time.
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7615

ALL MY SONS
By Arthur Miller

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from31 Mar 2015
Opens31 Mar 2015
Booking to04 Apr 2015
Closes04 Apr 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Wed and Sat at 2.30pm
Price£8.90 to £74.40
PerformersRay Shell (Joe Keller), Dona Croll (Kate Keller), Kemi Bo-Jacobs (Ann Deever), Andrea Davy (Sue Bayliss), Ashley Gerlach (George Deever), Bethan Mary James (Lydia Lubey), Leemore Marrett Jr (Chris Keller), Chinna Wodu (Frank Lubey)
DirectorMichael Buffong
DesignEllen Cairns
LightingJohanna Town
Choreography
Costume
SoundEmma Laxton
ProducerTalawa Theatre Company
Synopsis1947. Joe and Kate Keller, an all-American couple, are living with the ghosts of World War II. Joe is successful, a self-made businessman, loving family man and pillar of the community. He is a partner in a machine shop building fighter plane parts. Joe and Kate’s happiness is clouded by one thing - their son is missing in action, presumed dead by all but his mother …
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 020 83324500

TWELVE ANGRY MEN
By Reginald Rose

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from27 Apr 2015
Opens27 Apr 2015
Booking to02 May 2015
Closes02 May 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Wed and Sat at 2.30pm
Price£12.90 - £48.40
PerformersTom Conti (Juror number 8), Andrew Lancel, Robert Duncan, Andrew Frame, David Calvitto, Mark Carter, Sean Power, John Carver (The Guard), Denis Lill, Paul Beech, Alexander Forsyth, Edward Halstead, Gareth David-Lloyd.
DirectorChristopher Haydon
Design
Lighting
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Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisFollows twelve jurors who have murder on their minds and a life in their hands as they decide the fate of a young delinquent accused of killing his father. But what appears to be an open and shut case soon becomes a dilemma for the twelve, as their prejudices and preconceived ideas about the accused, the trial and each other turn the tables every which way, until the nail-biting climax...
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond
Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7651

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
by Harper Lee, adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from12 May 2015
Opens12 May 2015
Booking to16 May 2015
Closes16 May 2015
Timetbc
Price£tbc
PerformersDaniel Betts (Atticus Finch), Zackary Momoh (Tom Robinson), Christopher Akrill (Boo Radley), Phil King (Musician & Composer), Geoff Aymer (Reverend Sykes), Victoria Bewick (Mayella Ewell), David Carlyle (Nathan Radley/Mr Gilmer), Natalie Grady (Miss Maudie Atkinson), Jamie Kenna (Heck Tate), Susan Lawson Reynolds (Calpurnia) and Christopher Saul (Mrs Walter Cunningham/Judge Taylor). Jemima Bennett, Ava Potter and Rosie Boore will share the role of Scout whilst Harry Bennett, Arthur Franks and Billy Price will share the role of Dill. The role of Dill Harris will be shared by Leo Heller, Connor Brundish and Milo Panni.
DirectorTimothy Sheader
DesignJon Bausor
LightingOliver Fenwick
Choreography
Costume
SoundIan Dickinson for Autograph
ProducerOpen Air Theatre
SynopsisTells the story of life in the American Deep South through the inquiring eyes of a child. Jem and Scout’s idyllic childhood innocence is shattered by the realisation that prejudice rules their town when their father defends a young black man falsely accused of raping a white woman and the family becomes a target of gossip and abuse.
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 020 83324500

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
by Agatha Christie

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from26 May 2015
Opens26 May 2015
Booking to30 May 2015
Closes30 May 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Wed, Thu and Sat at 2.30pm
Price£11.90 to £47.50
PerformersPaul Nicholas , Colin Buchanan, Susan Penhaligon, Mark Curry, Verity Rushworth, Frazer Hines, Ben Nealon
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerBill Kenwright and THE AGATHA CHRISTIE THEATRE COMPANY
SynopsisA group of 10 strangers are lured to a remote island off the coast of Devon. Upon arrival it is discovered that their host, an eccentric millionaire, is missing… Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by an ancient nursery rhyme, one by one the guests begin to die… With only the fallen believed to be innocent who amongst them is the killer?
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Richmond Theatre
The Green, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1QJ
Tube: Richmond
Tel: 0844 871 7651

AVENUE Q
book by Jeff Whitty and music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from27 Oct 2015
Opens27 Oct 2015
Booking to31 Oct 2015
Closes31 Oct 2015
TimeTue - Sat at 7.30pm
Price£tba
Performers
DirectorCressida Carre
DesignRichard Evans
LightingCharlie Morgan Jones
ChoreographyCressida Carre
Costume
SoundChris Bogg
ProducerSell a Door Theatre Co and Richard Darbourne Ltd
SynopsisMeet Princeton, a bright-eyed graduate who comes to New York City with big dreams and a tiny bank account. Soon discovering that the only neighborhood in his price range is Avenue Q, he finds himself moving in with some truly quirky characters. There’s Brian the out-of-work comedian and his therapist fiancée Christmas Eve; Nicky the good-hearted slacker and his closet gay Republican roommate Rod, an Internet ‘sexpert’ called Trekkie Monster and a very cute kindergarten teacher named Kate Monster. And would you believe the building’s superintendent is Gary Coleman?!
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Other InfoPuppets are designed by Paul Jomain for Q Puppets


Rosemary Branch
Above the Rosemary Branch Pub, 2 Shepperton Road, London, N1 3DT
Tube: Old Street
Tel: 020 7704 6665

ORDINARY DAYS
By Adam Gwon

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from18 Feb 2015
Opens19 Feb 2015
Booking to28 Feb 2015
Closes28 Feb 2015
TimeWed– Sat at 8pm, Sun at 5pm
Price£13
PerformersKatie Brennan, Christopher Keating, Alexander Parker, Katriona Perrett.
DirectorNatalia Scorer
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerATOMICUS Entertainment
SynopsisWhen Deb loses her most precious possession – the notes to her graduate thesis – she unwittingly starts a chain of events that turns the ordinary days of four New Yorkers into something extraordinary. Told through a series of intricately connected songs and vignettes, Ordinary Days is an original musical about growing up and enjoying the view.
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Roundhouse, The
Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH
Tube: Chalk Farm
Tel: 0300 6789 222

CIRCOLOMBIA
by Circolombia

LocationLondon
GenreCircus / Dance
Previews from14 Apr 2015
Opens14 Apr 2015
Booking to03 May 2015
Closes03 May 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 8pm; Matinees on Sun at 2.30pm
Price£15 to £29.50
Performers
DirectorRenato Rocha
DesignPhilippe Legars
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerCircolombia
SynopsisInspired by Colombia’s diverse communities and featuring 14 performers from across Colombia. Mixes 'spectacular' circus with dance and an original soundtrack.
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Other InfoCo-directed by Keziah Serreau; Music composed by Ryan Wilmott
All of the artists featured in the show trained and graduated at the National School of Circo Para Todos ('Circus For All) in Colombia.


Sadler's Wells
Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4TN
Tube: Angel
Tel: 0844 412 4300

CAR MAN, THE
Music by Terry Davies & Rodion Shchedrin’s Carmen Suite (after Bizet’s Carmen)

LocationLondon
GenreDance
Previews from14 Jul 2015
Opens14 Jul 2015
Booking to09 Aug 2015
Closes09 Aug 2015
Timetba
Pricetba
Performers
DirectorMatthew Bourne
DesignLez Brotherston
LightingHoward Harrison
ChoreographyMatthew Bourne
Costume
SoundPaul Groothius
ProducerNew Adventures
SynopsisThe familiar 19th Century Spanish cigarette factory becomes a greasy garage-diner in 1960’s America where the dreams and passions of a small-town are shattered by the arrival of a handsome stranger. Fuelled by heat and desire, the inhabitants are driven into an unstoppable spiral of greed, lust, betrayal and revenge.
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Soho Theatre (Upstairs)
21 Dean Street, London W1D 3NE
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd / Leicester Sq
Tel: 020 7478 0100

ABLUTIONS
adapted from the novel by Patrick deWitt

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from10 Feb 2015
Opens11 Feb 2015
Booking to22 Feb 2015
Closes22 Feb 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7pm; Sun at 5.30pm , Sa t Mat at 2.30pm
Price£15
PerformersEoin Slattery, Fiona Mikel, Harry Humberstone, Ben Osborn
DirectorBertrand Lesca
Design
LightingElliot Griggs
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerFellSwoop Theatre
SynopsisPicture yourself as a bartender, sipping top-shelf whiskey and watching your customers descend into nightly oblivion. Your heart is broken by the world around you and, leaving the whiskey aside, you hatch a devious, unthinkable plan of escape...
Length1 hr
Review
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Soho Theatre (Upstairs)
21 Dean Street, London W1D 3NE
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd / Leicester Sq
Tel: 020 7478 0100

RED CHAIR, THE
By Sarah Cameron

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from24 Feb 2015
Opens24 Feb 2015
Booking to01 Mar 2015
Closes01 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7pm; Sun at 5.30pm
Price£15
PerformersSarah Cameron
DirectorSuzy Willson
DesignSarah Blenkinsop
LightingHansjorg Schmidt
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerClod Ensemble in association with Fuel
SynopsisTells the story of a father who eats and eats until he turns into the chair he is sitting upon, the wife doomed to cook his meals and their 'inveesible' daughter. The Red Chair takes audiences on a journey through a landscape of twisted reason, extreme compulsion and eye watering complacency, where domestic drudgery happens on an operatic scale and a father’s dereliction of duty reaches epic proportions.
Length1hr 55min
Review
Other InfoMusic by Paul Clark
Suitable for ages 14+


Soho Theatre (Upstairs)
21 Dean Street, London W1D 3NE
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd / Leicester Sq
Tel: 020 7478 0100

MILKED
By Simon Longman

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from03 Mar 2015
Opens04 Mar 2015
Booking to08 Mar 2015
Closes08 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7pm; Matinee on Sun at 5.30pm
Price£15 (3 Mar: £10)
PerformersOliver Mott, Adam Redmore
DirectorElizabeth Freestone
DesignEllan Parry
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerPentabus Theatre Company
SynopsisSet in the heart of the countryside, the work tells the story of two men in their twenties; Paul, who can’t find a job, and Snowy, who can’t find himself. Inspired in part by the playwright’s own experience of growing up in the countryside, the story explores the realities of life and opportunity for those at the beginning of adulthood, and the pressures facing young people living in rural communities today.
Length1hr 10min
Review
Other InfoSuitable for Ages: 15+


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

BAT BOY: THE MUSICAL
Story and book by Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming; Music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from09 Jan 2015
Opens14 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Sat and Thu at 3pm
Price£22 (£12 from 9 Jan to 13 Jan)
PerformersMatthew White (Dr Parker), Lauren Ward (Meredith Parker), Rob Compton (Bat Boy), Georgina Hagen (Shelley Parker), Russell Wilcox (Sheriff), Nolan Frederick (Bud), Simon Bailey (Reverend Hightower), Andy Rees (Rick), Pepper Harrison (Ruthie) and Lindsay Scigliano (Maggie).
DirectorLuke Fredericks
DesignStewart Charlesworth
Lighting
ChoreographyJoey McKneely
CostumeStewart Charlesworth
Sound
ProducerPaul Taylor-Mills Ltd
SynopsisA strange bat-child is discovered in a dank cave in deepest, darkest West Virginia. For the small community of Hope Falls, the discovery threatens to shake its moral core and the residents turn to the town veterinarian, Dr. Parker, in the hope that he will know what to do with the strange creature. Taken under the wing of Dr Parker’s wife, the boy is taught in the ways of the world and adjusts to life in this seemingly normal American family. However, ‘normal’ is merely the cycle on Mrs Parker’s washing machine. Secrets, lies and a mysterious case of dead cows leave our Bat Boy at the mercy of his God-fearing community and the shocking truth that reveals the hidden beast in all of us.
Length2hrs
Review Review
Other Info** In The Large Space
Arrangements and orchestrations by Laurence O'Keefe and Alex Lacamoire


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

UPPER CUT
by Juliet Gilkes Romero

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from14 Jan 2015
Opens16 Jan 2015
Booking to07 Feb 2015
Closes07 Feb 2015
TimeMon - Sat at 8pm, matinees Sat at 3.30pm
Price£18.00 (14 and 15 Jan £10.00)
PerformersEmma Dennis-Edwards, Akemnji Ndifornyen and Andrew Scarborough
DirectorLotte Wakeham
DesignRachel Stone
LightingDerek Anderson
Choreography
Costume
SoundAndy Graham
ProducerW14 Productions presents
SynopsisKaren loves politics. She’s a rising star but on the eve of a general election she risks her career and reputation in a bitter and contentious fight over whether to allow short lists for black Parliamentary candidates. Deselected by her Party, and betrayed by the men she loves, Karen must embark on a relentless road to power and political redemption.
Length1hr 30min
Review
Other Info** In The Little Space


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

GODS AND MONSTERS
By Russell Labey; Based on the novel 'Fathers of Frankenstein' by Christopher Bram

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from05 Feb 2015
Opens10 Feb 2015
Booking to07 Mar 2015
Closes07 Mar 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Sat at 3pm
Price£18 (£10 from 5 to 9 Feb)
PerformersIan Gelder, Will Austin, Lachele Carl, Will Rastall, Joey Phillips
DirectorRussell Labey
DesignJason Denvir
LightingMike Robertson
Choreography
CostumeJason Denvir
SoundJohn Chambers
ProducerDanielle Tarento in association with Jason Haigh-Ellery
SynopsisFrankenstein director James Whale, long forgotten by the studios and in reclusive Hollywood retirement has fallen victim to a series of strokes. The only demons he fights now are in his head. Handsome new gardener, Clayton Boone, becomes an unlikely friend and unwitting player in Whale’s grand finale.
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Other Info** In The Large Space


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
By Paula Vogel

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from11 Feb 2015
Opens13 Feb 2015
Booking to14 Mar 2015
Closes14 Mar 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 8pm; Matinees on Sat at 3.30pm
Price£18 (11 & 12 Feb: £10)
PerformersOlivia Poulet (Li’l Bit), William Ellis (Uncle Peck), Holly Hayes (Female Greek Chorus), Joshua Mile(Male Greek Chorus), Bryony Corrigan (Teenage Greek Chorus)
DirectorJack Sain
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerD.E.M. Productions / Fools & Kings
Synopsis1969, Maryland, USA. Lil’ Bit is a precocious 17 year old frustrated with small-town life, her juvenile friends and her overbearing family. The only person who really appreciates her is her Uncle Peck. Told through a series of driving lessons throughout her adolescence, the play explores the troubled relationship between a young girl and an older man with chaotic theatricality, hilarity and heartbreak. This shattering and provocative love story delves into the darker realms of sexuality and family life.
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Other Info** In The Little Space


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

CUTTING OF THE CLOTH, THE
By Michael Hastings

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from11 Mar 2015
Opens13 Mar 2015
Booking to04 Apr 2015
Closes04 Apr 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Sat at 3pm
Price£18 (£10 on 11 & 12 Mar)
Performers
DirectorTricia Thorns
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTwo’s Company
SynopsisThe work-room of a Savile Row tailors, 1953. Two master craftsmen at daggers drawn: Polish-born Spijak insists that nothing can beat the excellence of a hand-sewn suit, while Eric uses his machine to work at twice the speed and earn twice the money. Sparks fly as each fights his own corner with biting wit and vicious humour. Into this battleground steps Maurice, a teenager at the very start of his apprenticeship. Will he survive the gruelling training to become a master tailor? Or will he, as Spijak’s daughter urges him to, escape?
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Other Info** In The Large Space


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

THESE TREES ARE MADE OF BLOOD
By Darren Clark, Amy Draper and Paul Jenkins

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from18 Mar 2015
Opens20 Mar 2015
Booking to11 Apr 2015
Closes11 Apr 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 8pm; Matinees on Sat at 3.30pm
Price£18 (18 & 19 Mar: £10)
Performers
DirectorAmy Draper
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatre Bench
SynopsisDuring the 70s and 80s, Argentina was locked in a period of state terrorism, with a military dictatorship waging war on suspected left-wing political sympathizers. Thousands of citizens were 'disappeared'; seized by the authorities and never heard from again. Set in a timeless Buenos Aires cabaret club before, during and after Argentina’s Dirty War, the play tells the story of one Mother’s search for her daughter. Blends original live music and cabaret acts with an urgent narrative.
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Other Info** In The Little Space


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

LORCA: AMOR EN EL JARDIN (LORCA: LOVE IN THE GARDEN)
An original adaptation by Theatre Sans Frontieres of 'El Amor de Don Perlimplin con Belisa en su jardín' by Federico Garcia Lorca

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from14 Apr 2015
Opens16 Apr 2015
Booking to25 Apr 2015
Closes25 Apr 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Sat at 3pm
Price£18 (£10 on 14 & 15 Apr )
Performers
DirectorJohn Cobb
DesignNeil Murray
LightingMark Pritchard
Choreography
CostumeNeil Murray
Sound
ProducerTheatre Sans Frontieres
SynopsisIn Lorca’s ‘garden of love’, the fantastical story of Don Perlimplin unfolds. A wealthy and studious man, he just wants to spend his days quietly reading books. Reluctantly he is persuaded to marry the gorgeous and much younger Belisa - but what has he let himself in for?
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Other Info** In The Large Space


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

SCARLET
By Sam. H Freeman

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from15 Apr 2015
Opens17 Apr 2015
Booking to09 May 2015
Closes09 May 2015
TimeMon to Sat at 8pm; Matinees on Sat at 3.30pm
Price£18 (15 & 16 Apr: £10)
Performers
DirectorJoe Hufton
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatre Renegade
SynopsisThis morning Scarlet went viral. In a video she doesn’t remember making. With 10 men she doesn’t remember meeting. And now no one’s looking at anyone but her. Four women tell the bleak yet comic tale of Scarlet; a young woman has her sexual history exposed, shamed and scrutinized on social media while she can only sit and watch.
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Other Info** In The Little Space
Original music by Benji Huntrods and Ed Burgon.


Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Tube: Borough or Elephant and Castle
Tel: 020 7407 0234

KLIPPIES
by Jessica Sian

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from13 May 2015
Opens18 May 2015
Booking to06 Jun 2015
Closes06 Jun2015
TimeMonday to Saturday at 8pm, Saturday matinees at 3.30pm
Price£18 (£10 13 - 17 May)
PerformersTBA
DirectorChelsea Walker
DesignHolly Pigott
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerRive Productions
SynopsisJohannesburg. 2014. Summer. Yolandi is listening to rap-rave music and helping her brother bust parts from her teacher’s car. Thandi is swotting for her exams and keeping well away from any distractions. In the stifling heat, two teenagers collide. Downing Klipdrift brandy, they create an alliance away from everything else. But scars take time to heal and, as the thunder threatens to strike, the real world crashes in.
Length
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St James Theatre (Studio)
12 Palace Street, London SW1E 5JA
Tube: Victoria
Tel: 0844 264 2140

JERRY'S GIRLS
Created by Jerry Herman and Larry Alford

LocationLondon
GenreMusical Revue
Previews from03 Mar 2015
Opens04 Mar 2015
Booking to15 Mar 2015
Closes15 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 8pm; Sun at 7pm; Matinees on Sat and Sun at 2.45pm
Price£12 to £24 (£5 off matinee performances)
Performers
DirectorKate Golledge
Design
Lighting
ChoreographyMatthew Cole
Costume
Sound
ProducerKaty Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Guy James
SynopsisA musical revue celebrating the works of Jerry Herman. Featuring songs from classic musicals including Hello Dolly!, Mame, and La Cage Aux Folles, Jerry’s Girls brings together an all-female cast to celebrate Jerry’s special gift for writing songs that capture the true spirit of the great American musical.
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Tabard Theatre
Above the Tabard Pub, Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, London W4 1LW
Tube: Turnham Green
Tel: 0208 995 6035

RADIANCE: The Passion of Marie Curie
by Alan Alda

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from04 Feb 2015
Opens05 Feb 2015
Booking to28 Feb 2015
Closes28 Feb 2015
TimeTue - Sat at 7.30pm; Sunday matinees, 2pm on 15th & 22nd Feb (5 Feb at 7pm)
Price£17
PerformersCathy Tyson (Marie Curie), James Palmer (Paul Langevin), Clive Moore (Pierre), Zoe Teverson (Jeanne), John Albasiny (Emile), Zoe Simon (Marguerite), Stephen Cavanagh (Terbougie/Tornebladh)
DirectorMark Giesser
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerAlces Productions
SynopsisIn the intellectual and creative ferment of early 20th century Paris, Marie Curie and her husband, Pierre, struggle through endless hours of physically dangerous work in order to master the secrets of radiation. Reaching a remarkable breakthrough, they share a Nobel Prize, the first ever granted to a woman. But the world isn't fully ready to accept Marie's incredible achievement. After Pierre's death, a love affair with the brilliant, unhappily married physicist Paul Langevin rescues her from depression, but at the cost of a public scandal. It threatens to end Marie's career just when she might be awarded an unprecedented second Nobel Prize.
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Tabard Theatre
Above the Tabard Pub, Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, London W4 1LW
Tube: Turnham Green
Tel: 0208 995 6035

TIME OF MY LIFE
By Alan Ayckbourn

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from03 Mar 2015
Opens05 Mar 2015
Booking to28 Mar 2015
Closes28 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Sat at 3.30pm
Price£15 to £17
PerformersJohn Pickard (Glyn)
DirectorLaw Ballard
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerUpstanding Productions Ltd in association with Rare Insight Productions Ltd
SynopsisWhen Gerry Stratton plans a family meal out with his two grown up sons to celebrate his wife Laura’s 54th birthday and proposes an almost prophetic toast to ‘happy times’, he has no idea of the events that will unfold over the course of that evening. Their elder son, Glyn, is now back together with his long-suffering wife Stephanie, and their younger son, Adam has brought along his new girlfriend, an outrageous hairdresser, to meet the Stratton family for the first time.
Family skeletons intrude on cheerful domesticity as we get a glimpse of Glyn and Stephanie’s story unfolding in the future. Meanwhile at another table in the same restaurant, Adam and Maureen’s story is ingeniously played out in reverse chronology, with Gerry and Laura remaining in the present time unpicking their marriage and recalling first love. Time of My Life springs several surprises.
Length2hrs 25mins
Review
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The 4th Floor - Theatre Delicatessen
119 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3DA
Tube: Farringdon
Tel: 0207 278 7694

PRIVATE VIEW
by Plunge Theatre

LocationLondon
GenreEntertainment
Previews from08 Jan 2015
Opens12 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
TimeMon - Sat at 7.30pm (12 Jan at 8pm)
Price£12
PerformersIzabella Malewska, Tutku Barbaros and Lilly Pollard
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerPlunge Theatre
SynopsisPrivate View uses dance, verbatim text and vast amounts of chocolate cake to look at the ideals forced on today's young women. Part love song, part hate mail, and constantly questioning. How can perfection be achieved? And at what cost?
Length
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The Phoenix Artist Club,
1 Phoenix St., London WC2H 8BU
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd
Tel:

PHOENIX
Inspired by Life of Rock Legend Nick Drake

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from10 Feb 2015
Opens10 Feb 2015
Booking to28 Feb 2015
Closes28 Feb 2015
TimeMon to Fri at 7pm, Sun at 3pm
Price £12
PerformersJoe Shirley (Chloe), Jack Sharman (Alan), Chris Machari (Robert Johnson), Mark Shaer (Shaydon Rigg), Louise Templeton (Patricia), Patrick W. Doherty (Will Piercing).
DirectorAndy McQuade
DesignHelena Trebar
LightingSarah Crocker
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerSecond Skin Theatre
Synopsis40 years after his mysterious death, singer/songwriter Alan Phoenix has become a hero to millions. A young journalist, Chloe obsessed with learning the real story behind Phoenix's tragic life and death because it mirrors that of her brother, finds that the people who knew Phoenix have wildly differing memories of the same events.
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The Rose Playhouse, Bankside
The Rose Playhouse, Bankside, 56 Park Street, London, SE1 9AR
Tube: Blackfriars
Tel: 020 7261 9565

LARK, THE
by Jean Anouilh

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from20 Jan 2015
Opens22 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm, Sunday matinee on 25th at 3pm
Price£12
PerformersMaud Madlyn (Joan of Arc), George Collie (Earl of Warwick), Pip Gladwin (Cauchon), Samuel Heagney (Promoter/Boudousse), Victoria Howden(Mother/Queen Yolande), Tristan Hyde (Charles le Dauphin/Capitaine La Hire/Ladvenu), Roberto Landi (Inquisitor/Archbishop), Phil Matthews (Father/Robert de Beaudricourt/La Tremouille)
DirectorAstrid Pons
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerDefiant Reality Theatre
SynopsisSurrounded by French, English and Spanish Inquisition judges, Joan is moments away from being burned. In a few seconds, she will be nothing but a pile of ashes at the foot of the stake. But hark! Are we back in Domremy, where Joan was born? Is that Chinon and Charles the Dauphin on his throne? As death draws nearer, Joan's life flashes before her eyes - and yours - allowing us to relive the key moments she wishes to witness one last time.
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The Rose Playhouse, Bankside
The Rose Playhouse, Bankside, 56 Park Street, London, SE1 9AR
Tube: Blackfriars
Tel: 020 7261 9565

OTHELLO
by William Shakespeare

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from03 Feb 2015
Opens03 Feb 2015
Booking to28 Feb 2015
Closes28 Feb 2015
TimeTues - Sat 7.30pm, Sun 3pm only
Price£12
PerformersJames Barnes (Othello), Trevor Murphy (Iago), Samantha Lock (Desdemona), Ella Duncan (Emilia), and Denholm Spurr (Cassio).
DirectorPamela Schermann
Design
Lighting Petr Vocka
Choreography
CostumeGillian Steventon
SoundPhilip Matejtschuk
ProducerTime Zone Theatre
SynopsisThe entire play is set in the meeting room of the company's office. Everyone is under constant surveillance, private and business lives entwine, workers are caught in a bubble without privacy or time off outside the Corporation. There's always someone watching you, analysing your every move and waiting for an opportunity to stab you in your back.
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The Roundhouse
Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH
Tube: Chalk Farm
Tel: 0300 6789 222

MOUNTAINEERING
by Non Zero One

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from03 Feb 2015
Opens04 Feb 2015
Booking to15 Feb 2015
Closes15 Feb 2015
TimeTue - Sun at 8pm, Matinees Sun at 3pm
Price£15
Performers
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerNon Zero One, the Roundhouse and Salisbury Playhouse and supported by Shoreditch Town Hall and the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.
SynopsisWhen do you choose your future? Some choices are small, some are big, some don't even feel like choices and perhaps some aren't choices at all. A lot of the time it feels like we are just putting one foot in front of the other, but we have to keep going if we ever want to get any closer. Whichever way, they brought us to this point right now, right here.
Length1hr 30min
Review
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The Space
The Space, 269 Westferry Road, London E14 3RS
Tube: Westferry, Canada Water (DLR)
Tel: 020 7515 7799

DOMESTIC EXTREMISTS, THE
By Dan Davies

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from10 Feb 2015
Opens11 Feb 2015
Booking to28 Feb 2015
Closes28 Feb 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Matinees on Sat at 3pm. No matinee on Sat 28 Feb.
Price£14
Performers
DirectorBen Borowiecki
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerNoumena and The Production Exchange
SynopsisYoung director Chloe wants to make a documentary about the marketisation of universities. Jaded channel commissioner Christopher seizes on it as the last chance to redeem his career. But Head of Factual and self-proclaimed 'rebel' Toby demands something 'watchable', so Chloe’s idealistic film becomes a sensationalist look at 'Molotov cocktail throwing anarchists'. But none are prepared for what they uncover about the police, protest and government surveillance. The unexpectedly explosive material forces each to make a stark choice between their consciences and careers in this dark expose of a media industry terrified of dissent.
Length1hr 30min
Review
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The Space
The Space, 269 Westferry Road, London E14 3RS
Tube: Westferry, Canada Water (DLR)
Tel: 020 7515 7799

COLLECTOR, THE
By Mark Healy

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from03 Mar 2015
Opens04 Mar 2015
Booking to14 Mar 2015
Closes14 Mar 2015
TimeTue - Sun at 7.30pm
Price£12
Performers
DirectorErica Thompson
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerBlink Theatre
SynopsisFrederick Clegg has developed an obsession with Miranda Grey. An entomologist, he devotes himself to making her the latest addition to his 'collection'. Both captive in their own way, the two characters begin to build their separate resolves. Frederick desperately wants to preserve the Miranda he has imagined; Miranda needs to find a way to make these circumstances bearable. Descend into the claustrophobia of Clegg's cellar for a story of captivity, obsession, manipulation, and humanity that will force you to join in with a dark and twisted game of sides.
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The Space
The Space, 269 Westferry Road, London E14 3RS
Tube: Westferry, Canada Water (DLR)
Tel: 020 7515 7799

VERNON GOD LITTLE
By DBC Pierre, adapted for the stage by Tanya Ronder

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from24 Mar 2015
Opens26 Mar 2015
Booking to11 Apr 2015
Closes11 Apr 2015
TimeTue - Sun at 7.30pm
Price£14
Performers
DirectorKatherine Timms
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerSpace Productions
SynopsisFifteen-year-old Vernon Gregory Little is in trouble. His best friend, Jesus Navarro, has massacred sixteen of their classmates before turning his gun on himself - and the townsfolk of the tiny, flea-bitten town of Martirio need someone to blame. With the appearance of Lally, a charming but sadistic news reporter, Vernon's life quickly explodes before him. Skipping town for Mexico is his only escape - but the law is in hot pursuit, the cameras are rolling, and before long, the whole world is watching.
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The Space
The Space, 269 Westferry Road, London E14 3RS
Tube: Westferry, Canada Water (DLR)
Tel: 020 7515 7799

BIRDPHOBIA
By Eirini Dermitzaki

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from14 Apr 2015
Opens14 Apr 2015
Booking to19 Apr 2015
Closes19 Apr 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 8pm; Sun at 7pm
Price£10
PerformersSofia Calmicova, Carlos Lourenzo, Mayra Stergiou, Charmaine Wombwel
DirectorEirini Dermitzaki
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerVertebra Theatre Company
SynopsisA bitter-sweet story about mother-daughter relationship. A non-ordinary modern family with a control freak mother, obsessed with statues and pigeons, a homeless father, ex-hunter and an artist daughter, try to explore family dynamics. Some of them are free like birds and others static as statues. But in Birdphobia’s absurd world the statues can walk and the birds don’t know how to fly.
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The Vaults
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

FAT MAN
by Martin Bonger

LocationLondon
GenreTragi Comedy
Previews from28 Jan 2015
Opens29 Jan 2015
Booking to15 Feb 2015
Closes15 Feb 2015
TimeWeds – Sun 7.45pm, plus matinees 7 & 14 Feb, 3.15pm
Price£13.50
PerformersMartin Bonger
DirectorAlex Swift
DesignHarriet De Winton
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerMove to Stand in association with LittleMighty
SynopsisA reimagining of one of the most iconic characters of Greek Mythology, as Orpheus becomes a flailing, overeating musician-turned-comedian, presenting his familiar story as an autobiographical standup routine.
Length1hr 5mins
Review
Other InfoMusic by Philippe Nash
Suitable for Ages: 14+
Part of VAULT Festival


The Vaults
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

OBJECT LOVE
by Chloe Mashiter

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from28 Jan 2015
Opens28 Jan 2015
Booking to01 Feb 2015
Closes01 Feb 2015
TimeWeds – Sun 6.15pm, plus matinees Sat and Sun at 1.45pm
Price£9.50
Performers
DirectorChloe Mashiter
DesignGrace Smart
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerDissolve Theatre
SynopsisA show about objectum-sexual relationships: romances between people and objects. Monologues, re-enacted memories, live music and quick-fire montages build to reveal what this little-known and oft-misunderstood orientation is really like.
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The Vaults
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

BIG SEAN, MIKEY AND ME
by Ruaraidh Murray

LocationLondon
GenreComedy
Previews from04 Feb 2015
Opens04 Feb 2015
Booking to08 Feb 2015
Closes08 Feb 2015
TimeWeds - Sat at 8.30pm, Matinees Sat and Sun at 4pm.
Price£12.00
PerformersRuaraidh Murray
DirectorPaul Robinson
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerRuaraidh Murray
SynopsisBig Sean, Mikey and Me is the story of Ruaraidh, his imaginary friend Sean Connery and his childhood pal, rough diamond, Mikey and their adventures through the streets of Edinburgh that tourist guides omit…
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The Vaults
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

COMEDY OF ERRORS, THE
by William Shakespeare

LocationLondon
GenreComedy
Previews from18 Feb 2015
Opens18 Feb 2015
Booking to22 Feb 2015
Closes22 Feb 2015
TimeWed - Sat at 7.30pm, 3pm Sat and Sun
Price£13.50
Performers
DirectorJames Farrell
DesignLibby Todd
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerThe HandleBards
SynopsisWhen two sets of estranged twins find themselves in the same city, unbeknownst to each other, confusion and chaos abounds in Shakespeare's age-old manner of mistaken identity and screwball comedy.
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The Vaults
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

GIOVANNI
A new version of Mozart's Opera

LocationLondon
GenreOpera
Previews from25 Feb 2015
Opens25 Feb 2015
Booking to08 Mar 2015
Closes08 Mar 2015
TimeWed - Sun at 6pm, (4-8 Mar at 7pm) Mats: 7, 8 Mar at 2.30pm
Price£15.00 - £25.00
PerformersBenedict Nelson, Frederick Long
DirectorDaisy Evans
DesignDaisy Evans
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerDavid Adkin
SynopsisA digital remastering of Mozart's classic opera, Giovanni invites you to join him for the evening to witness his climactic, demonic and appalling downfall. An operatic orgy of drinking, lascivious tricks and tense confrontation, the audience are drawn into his most intimate circle to judge him, drink with him and condemn him in his final moments.
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Other InfoMusic Director: Stephen Higgins
Part of VAULT Festival


The Vaults
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

MEMORIES OF MERMAIDS
by Kerri McLean

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from04 Mar 2015
Opens04 Mar 2015
Booking to08 Mar 2015
Closes08 Mar 2015
TimeWed - Sun at 6.15pm
Price£13.50
PerformersKerri McLean
DirectorKerri McLean
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisThis is the tale of homeless Rosa Lee, and 12-year old Marika, who watch over the River Thames hoping the mermaid will appear, and make their dreams come true. But when Marika vanishes one night, Rosa Lee finds herself under the suspicions of the police.
Length1 hr
Review
Other InfoPart of VAULT Festival


The Vaults (Brick Hall)
Leake Street, Waterloo, SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

MACBETH
By William Shakespeare; Created by Filter

LocationLondon
GenrePerformance/Dance
Previews from04 Feb 2015
Opens05 Feb 2015
Booking to15 Feb 2015
Closes15 Feb 2015
TimeWed to Sun at 7pm; Sat and Sun at 2.30pm
Price£15
Performers
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerFilter Theatre and the Tobacco Factory Theatres
SynopsisFilter's radical version of Macbeth fuses Shakespeare's corrosive, psychological thriller of ambition, power, witchcraft and sanity with innovative sound and music to take you on a strange, funny and scintillating journey to the epicentre of the 'heat-oppressed brain'. Three weird sisters demarcate an area on stage. They operate a strange collection of electronic musical apparatus. Macbeth is invited in to play.
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Other InfoMusic Composed by Tom Haines
Part of the Vault Festival 2015


The Vaults (Cavern)
Leake Street, Waterloo, SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

WILD WORLDS: DARK SIDE

LocationLondon
GenreEntertainment
Previews from28 Jan 2015
Opens30 Jan 2015
Booking to14 Feb 2015
Closes14 Feb 2015
TimeWed to Sun at 8.10pm
Price£15
Performers
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerThe Artful Badger
SynopsisExploring the animal instinct of the human condition; a curated collection of 'breath-taking' breakages, emotional explosives, anti-gravity time travellers, buffooning birds, bad habits & allegorical aerial.
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The Vaults (Crescent)
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

DOG AND THE ELEPHANT, THE
By Matt Grinter

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from04 Feb 2015
Opens04 Feb 2015
Booking to15 Feb 2015
Closes15 Feb 2015
TimeWed to Sun at 8pm; Matinees on Sat and Sun at 3.30pm
Price£13.50
PerformersJack Johns
DirectorMatt Grinter
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerCuckoo / Developed in association with Ferment at the Bristol Old Vic
SynopsisOne man show that tells the story of Bare Knuckle Boxer Bendigo Barlow and his friendship with an Elephant. It explores the noble and brutal world of Bare Knuckle Victorian Boxing and Bendigo’s relationship with the Romany Gypsies. It tells the story of how a giant African Elephant is laid to rest in a quiet village in southern England. It explores Bendigo’s struggle to live with OCD and Tourette’s Syndrome in a time that violently shuns him through fear and ignorance. ‘The Dog and the Elephant’ is a fictional account of the violent, magical and surreal world that we discovered whilst researching the local legend of an elephant buried in a Kingswood graveyard.
Length1 hr
Review
Other InfoPart of VAULT Festival
Contains strong language and adult themes - suitable for ages 16+


The Vaults (Studio)
Leake Street, Waterloo, SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

TRUE BRITS
By Vinay Patel

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from04 Feb 2015
Opens05 Feb 2015
Booking to22 Feb 2015
Closes22 Feb 2015
TimeWed to Sun at 7.45pm; Sat and Sun at 3.15pm (5 February at 9.15pm)
Price£12
Performers
DirectorTanith Lindon
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerRich Mason Productions and HighTide Festival Theatre
SynopsisThe productions sweeps between the paranoid London of 2005 and the euphoric city of the 2012 Olympics. When a violent encounter leads to a whirlwind romance, Rahul is more than willing to be swept into it. But in the aftermath of 7/7, his world changes in ways he cannot control, drawing him into ever-darker places as he struggles to remain part of a British society that now distrusts him simply for being a British Asian. Deals with coming of age, falling in love, and finding a place in a society that distrusts you simply for the way you look.
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The Vaults (Studio)
Leake Street, Waterloo, SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

LIE COLLECTOR
By Yve Blake

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from11 Feb 2015
Opens12 Feb 2015
Booking to01 Mar 2015
Closes01 Mar 2015
TimeWed to Sun at 9.15pm
Price£12
Performers
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerYve Blake & Co present
SynopsisA celebration of the confessions we have all been desperate to share, inspired by over 1000 stories from strangers in 154 different cities sent in to Yve Blake's interactive website, WhoWereWe.com.
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The Vaults (The Cavern)
The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN
Tube: Waterloo
Tel: 020 7401 9603

KING OF THE F-CKIN' CASTLE
By Richard Sheridan

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from04 Mar 2015
Opens04 Mar 2015
Booking to08 Mar 2015
Closes08 Mar 2015
TimeWed to Sun at 9.40pm
Price£13.50
Performers
DirectorJoshua McTaggart
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerSusie Newbery for LAB Theatre
SynopsisJack has been the king of this castle for years. Does he own it? All he owns is the sleeping bag he calls a bed. But that castle, it’s his. And one day his daughter is going to join him and they’re going to live there, him and his princess, together. But Jack’s reign is threatened when Emmie, a young woman who has recently found herself homeless and on the streets, turns up on Jack’s turf.
Length1 hr
Review
Other InfoPart of VAULT Festival


The Yard Theatre
Unit 2a, Queen’s Yard, Hackney Wick, London E9 5EN
Tube: Hackney Wick
Tel: 07548 156 266

MIKVAH PROJECT, THE
by Josh Azouz

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from17 Feb 2015
Opens20 Feb 2015
Booking to14 Mar 2015
Closes14 Mar 2015
TimeTue - Sat at 8pm (20 Feb at 7pm)
Price£12.50
PerformersJonah Russell (Avi), Oliver Coopersmith (Eitan),
DirectorJay Miller
DesignCecile Tremolieres
LightingJoshua Pharo
Choreography
Costume
SoundJosh Grigg
ProducerThe Yard Theatre
SynopsisWhen Adam was banished from Eden, he sat in the river that flowed from the garden. Adam immersed in the water, in the very first Mikvah, repenting, begging to transform back to an original state of perfection.
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Theatre Royal, Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square, London, E15 1BN
Tube: Stratford
Tel: 020 8534 0310

OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR
by Joan Littlewood, Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton, Gerry Raffles and Members of the Original Cast.

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from29 Jan 2015
Opens29 Jan 2015
Booking to07 Feb 2015
Closes07 Feb 2015
TimeMon-Sat 7.30pm
Matinees: Tue & Thu 2pm, Sat 3pm
Price£8.50 - £34.50
PerformersWendi Peters, Ian Reddington, Christopher Villiers, Emma Crossley, Marcus Ellard, Alex Giannini, Richard Glaves, Lauren Hood, Alice Bailey Johnson, William Oxborrow, Mark Prendergast, Neil Stewart and Bleu Woodward.
DirectorTerry Johnson
DesignLez Brotherston
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatre Royal, Stratford East, Judy Lloyd and Matthew Mitchell
SynopsisThe musical is packed with familiar songs from the World War I era including ‘It's a Long Way to Tipperary’, ‘Pack up Your Troubles’ and ‘Keep the Home Fires Burning’. The songs are performed against a projected backdrop of images and shocking statistics conveying the harsh realities of war.
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Theatre Royal, Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square, London, E15 1BN
Tube: Stratford
Tel: 020 8534 0310

ANTIGONE
by Sophocles, adapted by Roy Williams

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from19 Feb 2015
Opens21 Feb 2015
Booking to14 Mar 2015
Closes14 Mar 2015
TimeTue - Sat 7.30pm
Matinees: Wed 2pm & Sat 3pm
No perf: Tue 24 Feb 2015
Price£12 (19 Feb - 21 Feb)
£8 - £12 (Wed 2pm)
£8 - £18 (Tue - Thu 7:30pm & Sat 3pm)
£10 - £22.50 (Fri & Sat 7:30pm)
Performers
Director
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatre Royal, Stratford East
SynopsisWhen Creon refuses to bury the body of Antigone’s unruly brother, her anger quickly turns to defiance. Creon, in an attempt to retain control, condemns her to a torturous death - she’s to be buried alive. Antigone is a story about loyalty, truth and human nature and what happens when one person stands against the rules.
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Theatre503
Above the Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 3BW
Tube: Clapham Junction Rail (then 15 to 20 min walk)
Tel: 020 7978 7040

SEPARATION, THE
By Richard Molloy

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from27 Jan 2015
Opens27 Jan 2015
Booking to21 Feb 2015
Closes21 Feb 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.45pm; Sun at 5pm
Price£15 (pay what you can Sundays)
Performers
DirectorSimon Evans
DesignAmy Cook
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
SoundEd Lewis
ProducerPixilated Plays and Theatre503
SynopsisSet in the build-up to Ireland's historic divorce referendum of 1995. On a Friday night in Dublin, Stephen Hanrahan ushers a young female colleague in from the summer rain to what was once his marital home. He’s ready to work his magic. But Stephen's estranged wife and wayward daughter are about to crash back into his living room and his life, casting a history of repressed truths and painful secrets into the light.
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Theatre503
Above the Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 3BW
Tube: Clapham Junction Rail (then 15 to 20 min walk)
Tel: 020 7978 7040

MUSCOVADO
By Matilda Ibini

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from24 Feb 2015
Opens24 Feb 2015
Booking to07 Mar 2015
Closes07 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.45pm; Sun at 5pm
Price£12 (pay what you can Sundays)
Performers
DirectorClemmie Reynolds, Sophie de Vries
DesignSophia Simensky
Lighting
Choreography
CostumeJuliet Leigh
Sound
ProducerTheatre503 and BurntOut Theatre / Clemmie Reynolds, Stephanie Shepherd
SynopsisAbout slavery in nineteenth-century Barbados. Set on a sugar plantation in Barbados in 1808, with a mix of sexual intrigue, choral music and extreme racial tension. Muscovado provides a snapshot at the heart of the Fairbranch family and their slaves, accompanied by an original musical score and atmospheric soundscape performed live.
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Theatre503
Above the Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 3BW
Tube: Clapham Junction Rail (then 15 to 20 min walk)
Tel: 020 7978 7040

WINK
By Phoebe Eclair-Powell

LocationLondon
GenreDance Drama
Previews from10 Mar 2015
Opens10 Mar 2015
Booking to04 Apr 2015
Closes04 Apr 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.45pm; Sun at 5pm
Price£15 (pay what you can Sundays)
Performers
DirectorJamie Jackson
DesignBethany Wells
Lighting
Choreography
CostumeIsla Jackson-Ritchie
Sound
ProducerTara Finney Productions and Theatre503
SynopsisJohn is a 27 year old teacher ‘who probably wasn’t allowed to teach at an all girls’ school’ and Mark is his 16 year old ‘Olympic porn watching’ pupil. A normal week in their normal lives – school, eat, TV, sleep, repeat. Except in an age of twisted technology and possible profiles, the life Mark really wants is only a click away… but what happens when that life already belongs to John? By Friday sh*t really is going to hit the fan.
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Theatre503
Above the Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 3BW
Tube: Clapham Junction Rail (then 15 to 20 min walk)
Tel: 020 7978 7040

ANIMALS
By Emma Adams

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from07 Apr 2015
Opens07 Apr 2015
Booking to02 May 2015
Closes02 May 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.45; Sun at 5pm
Price£15 (pay what you can Sundays)
Performers
DirectorLisa Cagnacci
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatre503
Synopsis77-year-old Norma is having a tricky day. She can’t finish the crossword and Joy keeps stealing her recliner. Not to mention Helen next door has twisted her ankle falling from a weather balloon, they’ve run out of Class A drugs and the Utility Inspector just popped round to see if it’s time for her involuntary euthanasia...
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Theatre503
Above the Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 3BW
Tube: Clapham Junction Rail (then 15 to 20 min walk)
Tel: 020 7978 7040

SENSE OF AN ENDING
By Ken Urban

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from12 May 2015
Opens12 May 2015
Booking to06 Jun 2015
Closes06 Jun 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.45; Sun at 5pm
Price£15 (pay what you can Sundays)
Performers
DirectorJonathan O'Boyle
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisCharles, a disgraced New York Times journalist, arrives in Rwanda for an exclusive interview with two Hutu nuns. Charged with war crimes, the nuns must convince the world of their innocence during the 1994 genocide. When an unknown survivor contradicts the nuns’ story, Charles must decide between saving his career or telling a murkier truth that might condemn the nuns to a life in prison.
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Theatre503
Above the Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 3BW
Tube: Clapham Junction Rail (then 15 to 20 min walk)
Tel: 020 7978 7040

I AND THE VILLAGE
By Silva Semerciyan

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from09 Jun 2015
Opens09 Jun 2015
Booking to04 Jul 2015
Closes04 Jul 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.45pm; Matinees on Sat 27 June and 4 July at 3pm; Sundays at 5pm
Price£15 (pay what you can Sundays)
Performers
DirectorRobert Shaw Cameron
DesignJess Curtis
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerEmily Hubert, The Forum London and Theatre503
SynopsisSummer in small town America. Aimee Stright wants to be Banksy in a town that hates vandals. As outsiders investigate what happened on the day she walked into a church with a gun, it seems Aimee is one against the world and the world wants to know why.
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Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Rd, London, NW1 1TT
Tube: Mornington Crescent
Tel: 02073876617

WE MACBETH
by James Hepurn

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from13 Jan 2015
Opens13 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
Time13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31 Jan t 7.30pm. 25 Jan at 5pm.
Price£10
Performers
DirectorGeorge Eugeniou
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatro Technis
SynopsisIn November 1963, sinister elements of the U.S. Government assassinated President Kennedy in broad daylight in Dallas. The men who accomplished this brazen hit never relinquished the power they gained from it. Here for the first time - in We, MacBeth - these men explain their motives and aspirations and defend their values against a Rooseveltian Ami du Peuple, who resists their corporate power and pleads for the dignity and responsibility of the Common Man. The stakes could not be higher for the ordinary American citizen, who over the course of fifty years is transformed against his will - under the pressure of coercion, blandishment and manipulation - into a robotic and blinkered patriot.
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Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Rd, London, NW1 1TT
Tube: Mornington Crescent
Tel: 02073876617

CASTRO OF MEDITERRANEAN
by George Eugeniou

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from14 Jan 2015
Opens13 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
Time14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30 Jan at 7.30pm, 18 Jan at 5pm.
Price£10
Performers
DirectorGeorge Eugeniou
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatro Technis
SynopsisThe main character of this play is Archbishop Makarios who became the first President of the Republic of Cyprus and soon was a target of US- CIA on the allegation that he was pro-Soviet. Therefore they nicknamed him Red Monk or Castro of Mediterranean. Since there is no at present an International Criminal Court of Justice to bring the predators under the rule of law, an imaginary trial is set at Theatro Technis to advocate for the need of such a court as no one, whether individual or state, who has committed a crime against humanity, should be 'untouchable' as is the case of Turkey and its patrons, US, Britain and NATO. Justice has no time limit.
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Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Rd, London, NW1 1TT
Tube: Mornington Crescent
Tel: 02073876617

ORCHARD HOUSE, THE
by John-Paul Brennan

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from03 Feb 2015
Opens03 Feb 2015
Booking to14 Feb 2015
Closes14 Feb 2015
TimeTue - Sat at 7.30pm, Sun at 5pm.
Price£10
Performers
DirectorGeorge Eugeniou
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatro Technis
SynopsisA play about the shocking abuse of children in Children's Homes in Britain in 1970s and 80s
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Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Rd, London, NW1 1TT
Tube: Mornington Crescent
Tel: 02073876617

MAJOR BARBARA
by Bernard Shaw

LocationLondon
GenreComedy
Previews from17 Feb 2015
Opens17 Feb 2015
Booking to21 Feb 2015
Closes21 Feb 2015
TimeTue - Sat at 7.30pm, Sat at 3pm
Price£14 (on the door), £12 in advance
Performers
DirectorJacqui Marchant-Adams
DesignMichael Bettell
LightingRob Irvine
Choreography
CostumeLily Ann Green
Sound
ProducerTower Theatre Company
SynopsisSet in London in 1905 during the height of British military and industrial might, this comedy reveals the conflict between power and poverty. The play begins as Lady Britomart Undershaft reaches out to her estranged husband, a highly successful arms manufacturer, for financial support. Andrew Undershaft is first and foremost a businessman, who profits handsomely from the bloodshed his products cause. By comparison his eldest daughter, Barbara, is a committed evangelist who runs a shelter in London's inner city. When her Father offers to help fund the struggling mission, Barbara, who is already a Major in the Salvation Army and engaged to Greek Scholar Adolphus Cusins by the time of the play, is forced to re-evaluate her own outlook on wealth and charity, to the point of questioning her own faith. Major Barbara is a woman on a mission to save the poor of society using charity and servitude, but this reunion with her arms-manufacturing, millionaire father who believes that charity serves only to keep the poor in their place, threatens to shake the foundations of her beliefs.
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Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Rd, London, NW1 1TT
Tube: Mornington Crescent
Tel: 02073876617

BACCHAE, THE
by Euripides

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from05 Mar 2015
Opens05 Mar 2015
Booking to11 Mar 2015
Closes11 Mar 2015
TimeThu - Sat at 7.30pm, Sun at 5pm, Mon 9 Mar at 7.30pm, Tue and Wed at 2.30pm
Price£
Performers
DirectorChris Vervain
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerChris Vervain
SynopsisHigh above the city of Thebes, all the women of the town are running wild. Their jubilant, drug-induced frenzy is orchestrated by the god, Dionysus, who seeks revenge upon Pentheus, King of Thebes disguised as a foreigner. Pentheus must end this anarchy and restore order, but soon finds himself irresistibly drawn towards the charming stranger and the blind intoxication of the rebels.
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Tricycle Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR
Tube: Kilburn
Tel: 020 73281000

MULTITUDES
By John Hollingworth

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from19 Feb 2015
Opens24 Feb 2015
Booking to21 Mar 2015
Closes21 Mar 2015
TimeMon - Sat at 7.30pm, Mats 3pm Sat, 2pm 4, 11, 18 Mar
Price£13 - £21 (Mon & Midweek Mats)
£17 - £27 (Tue - Thur, Sat mats)
£19 - £29 (Fri & Sat)
PerformersClare Calbraith, Navin Chowdhry, Salma Hoque, Asif Khan, Jacqueline King, Maya Sondhi
DirectorIndhu Rubasingham
DesignRichard Kent
LightingOliver Fenwick
Choreography
Costume
SoundBen and Max Ringham
ProducerTricycle Theatre Company
SynopsisBradford. On the eve of a Conservative Party Conference the country is in turmoil and one of its most multicultural cities awaits a visit from the Prime Minister. Kash, a liberal British Muslim, prepares his address to politicians about the state of the nation. His girlfriend Natalie, a recent convert to Islam, cooks for anti-war protesters gathered at the Town Hall. Lyn, her mother, moans to anyone who’ll listen about the decline of her cherished England. It’s all too much for Kash’s daughter Khadira, who begins to plan a radical intervention. As the nation questions immigration policies and military support in the Middle East, one family face their own internal conflict of faith, belonging, and who gets to call themselves British.
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Tricycle Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR
Tube: Kilburn
Tel: 020 73281000

AFTER ELECTRA
by April De Angelis

LocationLondon
GenreComedy
Previews from07 Apr 2015
Opens09 Apr 2015
Booking to02 May 2015
Closes02 May 2015
TimeMon - Sat at 7.30pm, Mats 3pm Sat, 2pm 22, 29 Apr
Price£13 - £21 (Mon & Midweek Mats)
£17 - £27 (Tue - Thur, Sat mats)
£19 - £29 (Fri & Sat)
Performers
DirectorSamuel West
DesignMichael Taylor
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerTheatre Royal Plymouth
SynopsisIt’s Virgie’s birthday and, as she approaches her 80’s, she is bucking convention with a very surprising trick up her sleeve. But always a more committed artist than mother, Virgie has not reckoned on her family and friends’ determination to thwart her distinctly unusual birthday plans.Will her loved ones consent to her last wish, or could the secrets of their past stand in the way?
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Tricycle Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR
Tube: Kilburn
Tel: 020 73281000

FATHER, THE
by Florian Zeller In a translation by Christopher Hampton

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from07 May 2015
Opens12 May 2015
Booking to13 Jun 2015
Closes13 Jun 2015
TimeMon - Sat at 7.30pm, Mats Wed at 2pm and Sat at 3pm
Price£13 - £21 (Mon & Midweek Mats)
£17 - £27 (Tue - Thur, Sat mats)
£19 - £29 (Fri & Sat)
PerformersKenneth Cranham
DirectorJames Macdonald
DesignMiriam Buether
LightingGuy Hoare
Choreography
Costume
SoundChristopher Shutt
ProducerTheatre Royal Bath Productions and Tricycle Theatre
SynopsisNow 80 years old, Andre was once a tap dancer. He lives with his daughter Anne and her husband Antoine. Or was he an engineer whose daughter Anne lives in London with her new lover, Pierre? The thing is, he is still wearing his pyjamas, and he can’t find his watch. He is starting to wonder if he’s losing control.
Length95mins
Review
Other Info


Tricycle Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR
Tube: Kilburn
Tel: 020 73281000

VERDI'S LA TRAVIATA
adapted by Robin Norton-Hale

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from22 Jun 2015
Opens23 Jun 2015
Booking to04 Jul 2015
Closes04 Jul 2015
TimeMon - Sat at 7.30pm, Mats Sat at 3pm
Price£13 - £21 (Mon & Midweek Mats)
£17 - £27 (Tue - Thur, Sat mats)
£19 - £29 (Fri & Sat)
PerformersVioletta: Elinor Jane Moran, Prudence Sanders, Louisa Tee
Alfredo: Robin Bailey, Philip Lee, Lawrence Olsworth-Peter
Germont: David Durham, James Harrison, Andrew Mayor
Flora: Flora McIntosh, Rosie Middleton, Zarah Hible
Baron / Doctor: Dario Dugandzic, Christopher Jacklin, Tom Bullard
Clarinet: Sarah Douglas, Chris Goodman
Cello: Alison Holford, Jay Jenkinson, William Rudge
Director Robin Norton-Hale
DesignKatie Bellman
LightingAndrew May
Choreography
CostumeJonathan Lipman
Sound
ProducerOperaUpClose
SynopsisThe story of Violetta, a so-called ‘fallen woman’ who sacrifices her own happiness for the sake of her lover’s family and future, this production is set in the 1920s underworld of speakeasies and bootlegging and reveals the hypocrisy and heartache behind the glittering façade of parties.
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Other Infoorchestration by Harry Blake


Tristan Bates
Actors Centre, 1A Tower Street, London, WC2H 9NP
Tube: Covent Garden
Tel: 020 7240 6283

SHAW'S WOMEN: VILLAGE WOOING AND HOW HE LIED TO HER HUSBAND (Double Bill)
By Bernard Shaw

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from06 Jan 2015
Opens07 Jan 2015
Booking to31 Jan 2015
Closes31 Jan 2015
TimeTuesday - Saturday, 7.30pm, Sunday 3pm
Price£16.00
PerformersAlan Francis, Josh Harper, Viss Elliot Safavi, Madeleine Hutchins, Mark Fleischmann
DirectorRobert Gillespie
DesignMatilde Mangaroni
LightingRob Mills
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerJane Nightwork Productions
SynopsisVillage Wooing: a reverse Pygmalion which sees an upper class, educated travel writer discovering the realities of the working world when he meets a chatty phone operator on a mission to marry him.
How He Lied To Her Husband: a one-act comedy written by Shaw as a response to the age-old husband, wife and lover theatrical framework. Set in the drawing room of a London flat, the play tells the story of a wife who?s lost the poetry written for her by her lover, soon to be discovered by her husband Teddy.
Length1hr 50mins
Review
Other InfoSuitable for ages 12+


Unicorn Theatre
Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley Street, London SE1 2HZ
Tube: Southwark
Tel: 020 7645 0560

CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE, THE
By Bertolt Brecht, translated by Frank McGuinness

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from16 Jan 2015
Opens21 Jan 2015
Booking to21 Mar 2015
Closes21 Mar 2015
Time16 Jan at 10.30
17 Jan at 2pm
18 Jan at 2pm
20 Jan at 10.30
21 Jan at 2pm, 7pm
22 Jan at 2pm, 7pm
23 Jan at 10.30
27 Jan at 7pm
28 Jan at 7pm
29 Jan at 7pm
30 Jan at 7pm
31 Jan at 7pm
3 Feb at 7pm
4 Feb at 7pm
24 Feb at 7pm
25 Feb at 1.15pm, 7pm
26 Feb at 1.15pm, 7pm
27 Feb at 11am
28 Feb at 2pm, 7pm
3 Mar at 7pm
4 Mar at 1.15pm, 7pm
5 Mar at 1.15pm, 7pm
6 Mar at 11am
17 Mar at 1.15pm, 7pm
18 Mar at 7pm
19 Mar at 1.15, 7pm
20 Mar at 11am
21 Mar at 2pm, 5pm.
Price£16.00, (under 21's £10)
PerformersDom Coyote (Singer), Tom Espiner (ensemble), Caleb Frederick (Simon), Kiran Sonia Sawar (Grusha), Nabil Shaban (Azdak), Mia Soteriou (ensemble), Emily Wachter (ensemble) and Christopher Wright (ensemble).
DirectorAmy Leach
DesignHayley Grindle
LightingJoshua Carr
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerUnicorn Theatre
SynopsisBlood runs through the streets and the Governor's severed head is nailed to the gates of the city. Grusha is a young servant girl who must make a difficult choice: should she save her own life or sacrifice everything to rescue the abandoned child of the Governor’s wife?
Length2hrs 20mins
Review
Other InfoFor ages 11+


Unicorn Theatre
Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley Street, London SE1 2HZ
Tube: Southwark
Tel: 020 7645 0560

BRITAIN’S BEST RECRUITING SERGEANT
by Joy Wilkinson

LocationLondon
GenreDrama
Previews from13 Feb 2015
Opens17 Feb 2015
Booking to15 Mar 2015
Closes15 Mar 2015
TimeFri 13 Feb 11am
Sat 14 Feb 2pm
Sun 15 Feb 2pm
Tue 17 Feb 2pm / 7pm (Press Performance)
Wed 18 Feb 2pm / 7pm
Thu 19 Feb 2pm
Fri 20 Feb 11.30am
Sat 21 Feb 2pm / 5pm
Sun 22 Feb 2pm / 5pm
Sat 7 Mar 2pm (Audio Described) / 5pm
Sun 8 Mar 2pm
Tue 10 Mar 11am ,1.30pm
Wed 11 Mar 11am, 1.30pm (Audio Described)
Thu 12 Mar 11am, 1.30pm (Insight Discussion)
Fri 13 Mar 11am (Relaxed Performance)
Sat 14 Mar 2pm (Relaxed Performance) / 5pm
Sun 15 Mar 2pm
Price£16.00, (under 21's £10)
PerformersEmily Wachter (Vesta Tilley), Mia Soteriou (Lady de Frece), Tom Espiner (Harry) and Caleb Frederick (Algy).
DirectorLee Lyford
DesignHayley Grindle
LightingJoshua Carr
Choreography
CostumeHayley Grindle
SoundEdward Lewis
ProducerUnicorn Theatre
SynopsisVesta Tilley was a pioneering star, whose celebrated act as a male impersonator made her one of the most popular and highly paid variety performers of her generation. Her taboo-busting routine was loved by both men and women in the reserved society of Edwardian Britain. When World War One broke out, her much-loved musical act played a crucial role in military recruitment and she was nicknamed ‘Britain’s Best Recruitment Sergeant’.
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Other InfoFor ages 8+
music by Tarek Merchant


Union Theatre
204 Union Street, London, SE1 0LX
Tube: Southwark
Tel: 020 7261 9876

WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND
Based on the novel by Mary Hayley Bell and the screenplay by Willis Hall & Keith Waterhouse and the film by Richard Attenborough and Bryan Forbes. Adapted by Russell Labey and Richard Taylor with music and lyrics by Richard Taylor

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from28 Jan 2015
Opens30 Jan 2015
Booking to21 Feb 2015
Closes21 Feb 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm, Sat and Sun at 2.30pm.
Price£20
PerformersCallum McArdle, Grace Osborn, Alex James Ellison, Chris Coleman, Kathyrn Hamilton-Hall, Danielle Morris, Romero Clark, Bryan Hodgson, Oliver Stanley, Sebastion Thomas, Joshua Lewindon, Harry Wright, Edward Crann, Sarah Kate Howarth, Imelda Warren-Green, Ana Richardson, Molly Steere and Donna Marsh.
DirectorSasha Regan
DesignNik Corrall
LightingTim Deiling
Choreography
Costume
Sound
ProducerSasha Regan
SynopsisThe time is the late 1950s, the place, a small village in Lancashire. Hurrying to a barn with three rescued kittens, Cathy, a schoolgirl, discovers a stranger hiding there. She recognises Him immediately as Jesus Christ and tells her sister, Nan. The next day their brother Charles also learns of their discovery. They decide to tell nobody, but gradually word spreads through the children of the village. Anxious to protect Jesus from unbelieving adults, they keep His arrival a secret and besides, most of their parents are preoccupied with news of a convict on the loose in the area. Trouble starts when the village bully, Raymond, threatens to give the game away.
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Other InfoMusical Director David Griffiths


Ye Olde Rose and Crown
55 Hoe Street, London E17 4SA
Tube: Walthamstow
Tel: 020 8509 3880

NORMA JEANE - THE MUSICAL
By Belvedere Pashun

LocationLondon
GenreMusical
Previews from03 Mar 2015
Opens03 Mar 2015
Booking to22 Mar 2015
Closes22 Mar 2015
TimeTue to Sat at 7.30pm; Sun at 2.30pm
Price£10 - £20
PerformersMelissa Suffied as Marilyn Monroe, Roberta Mair as Young Norma, Chris Edgerley as Dr McCarthy, Rebecca Cole as Norma Jeane, Rosey Fordham, Jordan Struel-White, Maggie Robson, Amanda Swift, Randy Smartnick
DirectorChristopher Swann
Design
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisThe circumstances of her death less than 18 months later on August 5th 1962, from an overdose of barbiturates, have been the subject of conjecture. Though officially classified as a "probable suicide", the possibilities of an accidental overdose or a homicide have not been ruled out.
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