Royal Central School of Speech and Drama - New Writing Showcase
  • London Fringe

We are inviting you to our exclusive back-to-back performances from our recent writing graduates from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, New Writing Showcase. The performances will be held downstairs at Soho Theatre, 21 Dean St, London W1D 3NE.

There will be two showings of the same performance, 12 pm and 3 pm, with a short interval across both.

The 12pm showing will be a relaxed performance.

Dont miss out on the chance to be immersed in some incredible writing and acting!

Accessibility

Entrance: The accessible theatre side entrance at 21 Dean Street measures: width 115cm; height 230cm.

Lift: Lift access available, go to floor B. There are 21 stairs from the foyer to the cabaret space.

Doors: There are 2 doors on the way to the cabaret space measuring: width 105cm.

Toilets: There are 4 gender neutral cubicles outside the venue and a gender neutral toilet (cubicles and urinals) inside the venue. They measure: width 124cm; height 214cm; depth 200cm. The doors measure: width 59cm; height 196cm.

There are no access toilets in the downstairs space. Use the lift to first floor for the nearest access toilet.

Parking: The closest Blue Badge Bays are on Carlisle Street and Frith Street.

Transport: The nearest underground station is Tottenham Court Road. This underground station has step-free access and the gap between tube and platform is suitable for wheelchair users.

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