This autumn/winter London theatre continues to offer a string of original options for those who are looking for a less than conventional performance space in the capital city. Whilst traditional venues continue to thrive in the West End, the growth of pop-up and temporary venues offers theatre goers a new dimension in performance, breaking down the fourth wall and allowing both audiences and performers to experience live theatre in a brand new way.
Sam Shepard fans are getting a double dose of his challenging American work this season, the first of which marks the finale for Found111, the hipster pop-up venue in central London on the site of the old Central St Martin's building. Fool For Love explores an area Shepard does best – the darker underbelly of America. Through this slight yet intense love story... Read more