The Bridge House Theatre: Three Years and Counting
  • London Fringe

The award-winning The Bridge House Theatre is delighted to invite you to a Three Year Anniversary Celebration this April. It has been three years since Artistic Directors Luke Adamson and Joseph Lindoe took over the running of The Bridge House Theatre and, to mark this occasion, they are hosting an evening celebration to reflect on the successes in their short history and announce the shows coming up in the Summer and Autumn/Winter seasons. Following a drinks reception in the lovely Bridge House Pub with a chance to chat with the theatre team and supporters, there will be a performance in the theatre, including extracts from past shows including recent OFFIE Award nominated 'That Girl Vs The World' plus 'One Last Waltz', 'The Man In The Shed', and 'Jack & The Beanstalk', a sneak preview of some upcoming shows in the exciting Summer and Autumn Seasons and a chance to hear more about the theatre's unique programming ethos and its journey from an empty black room to an award-winning theatre in just three years. We hope this will be an opportunity to share our passion for the work we do, to welcome back those of you that have been here before and to introduce newcomers to The Bridge House Theatre; London's newest award-winning studio theatre.

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