If you’ve got it, haunt it.
If you could see one day played out in the lives of several different people, all from inside their heads, would everything be the same? During a seemingly normal 24 hours this new…
A musical about Yeast, by the minds that brought you Urinetown.
Director Max Lewendel has taken Theatre of the Absurd to a new level in his engrossing production of Eugène Ionesco’s The Lesson in a translation by Donald Watson at the Southwa…
Tilly has intrusive thoughts about harming her family.
I had been looking forward to seeing The Lion for a long time.
LIFT is set in a London underground lift, in one man’s imagination, on its way to the surface during one minute.
A quintessentially London musical by Craig Adams and Ian Watson, with new arrangements by Sam Young, Dean Johnson’s Lift at the Southwark Playhouse is a complex musical experien…
Considering how much Anyone Can Whistle flopped in 1964, it is a bold, brave (and some may say hubristic) move on the part of Grey Area Theatre Company to revive the show at the So…
Anyone Can Whistle is political allegory in musical comedy form that tells the story of a town that's gone bankrupt because its only industry is manufacturing something that ne…
This production of The Woods, one of David Mamet’s earlier plays, at the Southwark Playhouse is directed by Russell Bolam, with Francesca Carpanini as Ruth and Sam Frenchum as Ni…
As Ed, a widower, prepares to celebrate Christmas, he calls his three grown sons back to the family home.
Everyone has their price, Jonny.
What’s scarier than a slice of gothic horror? Four slices, that’s what.
What follows is a window into how a couple find the strength to move forward, the will to stay together, and the determination to keep the memory of their child alive.
Tom Greenwald and Andrew Lippa’s John and Jen is a true masterpiece on what it means to be a family.
Exile at the Southwark Playhouse, by JoMac Productions Limited & Blue Heart Theatre, is an interestingly constructed piece consisting of two life-crisis monologues by individu…
The Southwark Playhouse has been transformed into an authentic 1960’s barbershop for the revival of Charles Dyer’s hit play Staircase, by Two’s Company and Karl Sydow in asso…
Funny, serious, suspenseful and, above all, expertly crafted….
A brand new musical Infinite Joy written by Brendan Cull and Robert Scott and directed by Simon Kane performed by recent graduates from The BRIT School - the UK’s leading and fre…
"Everything in the world is about sex, except sex.
‘Everybody just stared at them and loved them and wanted to be them – but nobody was.
show is ‘appeeling’
Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children is given a
safe and very competent revival at The Southwark Playhouse.
John Patrick Shanley’s masterpiece is one of the most acclaimed plays in recent memory.
A British financier and his wife host a lavish dinner party for their affluent American friends.
You’re not in Kansas anymore…
A thrilling exposé of the darker side of 1980’s New York, The Life is a defiant and heartfelt musical lament for the old Tim…
New York City, 1960.
Seven classic pantomimes in eighty frenetic minutes! Double Olivier nominees Dan and Jeff return for a third festive season of Potted Panto, hot on the heels of their recent world …
Daisy and Violet Hilton were
real-life Siamese twins in Texas plucked from relative freak-show obscurity and
who rose to a dazzling but fleeting stardom.
Once in a lifetime, in the world of theatre,
you’d hope you could say you bore witness to a theatrical event that would be
engraved into the history books for eternity.
This theatrical tapestry - weaving music, humour and movement through interviews with politicians, and people living with eviction - packs a punch, revealing the human stories behi…
With a flourish, a whirl
and the ring of the reception bell, the Grand Hotel has duly opened for
business at the Southwark Playhouse, taking a well earned place in the Tarento
In this 50th anniversary production of David
Halliwell’s comedy Little Malcolm and His
Struggle Against The Eunuchs at The Southwark Playhouse, Soggy Arts invite
us to visit t…
shadow looms heavily in Austin Pendleton’s play about the prolific director;
not only over the protagonist but over the entire play which whilst fascinating
Gods and Monsters by Russell Labey at the Southwark Playhouse is
the latest nugget in credible maestro Danielle Tarento’s forever blooming
As the cast of Bat Boy: The Musical bowed and smiled at the audience, I tried to
ask myself what I had just seen.
For traditionalists, this is a heartening time for new
writing in the theatre.
Danielle Tarento has
done it again – this time in the guise of a European première of the 2012 award
winning American musical Dogfight.
The Heights of the title are Washington Heights, a
Dominican-American neighbourhood of New York at the top end of New York.
In a backwater town in rural Russia, the Prozorov sisters contend with mind-numbing boredom by aspiring to a return to city life in Moscow.
As a relative ‘newbie’ to London, I often find myself lost, confused and wandering the city’s streets hopelessly.
At the opening of new play Superior
Donuts, the audience is confronted by the vandalised eponymous store, making
them wonder just exactly what the owner did to deserve having his…
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