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02 Apr 2021

An Evening Celebrating Shakespeare

Friday April 23, 2021  Running time: TBC Join us via zoom for an evening of poetry, monologues, and sonnets by the bard, William Shakespeare Tickets must be purchased in advance via Ticketsource  

01 Mar 2021

Casablanca – a Prepared Reading (ONLINE STREAMED only)

Experience a story of love and hate in a background of adventure and sudden death as this seaport in French Morocco struggles to stay free of Nazi occupation as World War II ravages Europe, providing an escape route for refugees. A talented cast of SLT members will present this exciting story on Zoom in full costume (at least from the waist up), via the radio play which preceded the classic Hollywood movie. SLT members, please register for free via Events […]

17 Feb 2021

Lunch Girls

March 25-27th, 2021  Running time: TBC Join us for a special online performance of Lunch Girls by Ron Hart Synopsis: It’s the mid 1980s and a group of women are trying to arrange, by phone, to have lunch together, but life keeps getting in the way! We listen in to their calls as they voice their problems and concerns and we discover what goes on behind the scenes for “ladies who lunch”. Tickets must be purchased in advance via Ticketsource […]

15 Feb 2021

Poetry & Monologue Evening

South London Theatre is pleased to present a virtual evening of poetry and monologues. There will be several performers, all drawn from our membership, reading a poem or monologue that is no longer than 3 minutes. Tickets are free but must be purchased in advance via Ticketsource Running time: TBC  

26 Nov 2020

Grimm Tales

10 – 13 and 16-19 December 2020(2.30 pm Matinee on 12, 13 and 19th) Running time: 2 hours including an interval The Theatre has been closed during lockdown. But where do the stories go when there is no one to tell them? Come join us as we explore the magic and wonder of the original Grimm Tales, retold by master-storyteller Phillip Pullman. Full of dark twists and turns, these tales come to life in all their glittering, macabre brilliance – […]

18 Oct 2020

A Super Happy Story …

Rescheduled Dates; From June 29 Running time: TBC A fun, silly and sad show for anyone whose brain isn’t always on their side. Sally’s a happy person. She doesn’t let little things get her down and almost never cries. But she’s got an illness. It makes her feel like she isn’t the person she wants to be….But she doesn’t want anyone to know about it. Director: Mark Ireson Cast Sally – Maeve Curry Ensemble– Emily Windham Ensemble – Daniel Paul

13 Oct 2020

Being Friends / Lost

Rescheduled Dates; From June 15 Running time: One hour Two plays depicting a chance meeting of strangers, overshadowed by war. In a Kentish field in 1944 a young man and a conscientious objector make a fierce bond, while in 1982 one mother’s life is affected greatly by the Falklands War. Director: Lisa Thomas Cast Being Friends Oliver – Jacob Smith Eric – Will Howells Lost May – Caroline Beckett Geoffrey – Robert Wallis

07 Oct 2020

Bombshells

October 27 – November 1, 2020 Running time: TBC Six women balance their inner and outer lives with humour and often desperate cunning; from a feisty teenager to a 64-year-old widow yearning for the unexpected.   Director: Jess Osorio Cast Tiggy Entwhistle / Winsome Webster – Fiona Daffern Meryl Davenport / Theresa McTerry – Siobhán Campbell Zoe Struthers – Katrina Rublowsky Mary O’Donnell – Saoirse Walshy

06 Oct 2020

The Bet

October 13-18, 2020 Running time: TBC Four friends discuss, given the choice of a long prison sentence or the death penalty which would they choose. A challenge is laid down, ten years of incarceration and win a fortune or fail and lose your property.   Director: Barry Heselden Cast: The Novelist – Ben Rathe The Banker – Simon Gleisner The Doctor – Jack King The Lawyer – Daniel Kelly

14 Mar 2020

Rules For Living

April 7 – 11, 2020 A KDC Theatre presentation: Running time: TBC It starts out simple then descends into madness… Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without sprouts, presents, a game or two and a good old family argument. In this farcical black comedy, the coping strategies we all adopt to get through life are revealed. This is the most delightfully dysfunctional family Christmas you’ll ever be invited to.   Director: Duncan Moore Cast: Matthew – David Hepburn Carrie – Emma Robson […]