Category : Productions

17 Oct 2016


7.30pm December 1-4 & 8-11 (Sat & Sun matinees at 2pm) Many years after the Giant of Jack and the Beanstalk fame has been slain, the land in the sky is ruled over by a just and fair young Queen and her errant brother, the Prince. Meanwhile, in South London suburbia, two Croydon tykes, Jack and Jill, are persuaded to visit the magical kingdom by a passing Fairy. Once there, they join forces with the Queen and Prince and go […]

03 Oct 2016


8pm, November 8-12 In the time it takes to drive them where they want to go, taxi driver Jimmy meets an array of fascinating characters from street walkers, to the grieving and even those who change the lightbulbs on the tube tracks. In these brief conversations as he drives through the night, he gradually reveals significant aspects of his own life, and where he goes when there’s no one in the back seat of his cab. Bluebird was first performed in 1998 at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, […]

16 Sep 2016


8pm, October 25-29 A jaded hotel room in a ramshackle seaside resort. Two people grasp the opportunity to spend precious time together. A stolen weekend which neither will leave quite the same as they entered it. This is what they’ve been waiting for but why can’t they leave their hotel room? A play about love, secrets and coercion Fiona Evans’ Scarborough is a naturalistic four-hander which challenges you to examine your attitudes  to gender, power and alcopops. Scarborough has played […]

07 Sep 2016

Landscape With Weapon

8pm, September 27 – October 1 To his family’s horror, Ned reveals he’s the brains behind a new military technology so sophisticated, so extraordinary, it will revolutionise the nature of warfare. It’s only when the Ministry of Defence demands intellectual ownership that Ned begins to question himself, resisting the might of the weapons industry with frightening consequences. Director: Naomi Liddle Cast: Ned – Tom Mathias Dan – Jerome Kennedy Ross – Helen Chadney Brooks – Matthew Moore Running time: 120 minutes […]

04 Aug 2016

Bette and Joan

8pm, September 13-17 Once grande dames of Hollywood, by 1962, arch-rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford were in danger of becoming has-beens. Then an opportunity came along- to appear together in a new movie called What Ever Happened To Baby Jane. Anton Burge’s riveting two hander is a wickedly funny and shamelessly bitchy study of two of Hollywood’s greatest stars facing their insecurities, musing on their past and absolutely loathing each other. A sharp intelligent script full of barbed insults, […]

20 Jun 2016

Jesus Christ Superstar

8pm, August 23-27  (2pm, Saturday Matinee) Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s timeless masterpiece is a global phenomenon which has been wowing audiences for over 40 years. The musical depicts the final days of Jesus Christ, an extraordinary and universally-known series of events but seen through the eyes of Judas Iscariot. Including the songs, I Don’t Know How To Love Him, Gethsemane and Superstar, it is an unforgettable musical and theatrical experience. The South London Theatre is staging an epic […]

20 Jun 2016


8pm, August 9-13 John Godber’s Bouncers [1990s re-mix] tells the tale of a typical night out on the town as seen through the eyes of four bouncers. Come and see the antics of the raucous lads and gorgeous gals on a Friday night as the booze is downed and the music pulsates. This will be a ‘Night to Remember’.   Director: David Carr Cast: Lucky Eric – Rob Tavernier Judd – Michael Marsden Ralph – Jake Mills Les – Ralph Paulett Running time: […]

05 Jun 2016

Around the World in Eighty Days

8pm, July 19-23 A Mr. P Fogg, an honest-looking, well-turned out chap with good teeth is being pursued by detective Fix of Scotland Yard, who thinks that Fogg is the mastermind behind a recent bank robbery. A mad-cap adventure which quickly moves along on a succession of locomotives, steamers, and hilarity. Directed by: Mark Ireson Cast: Mr Phileas Fogg – Naomi Liddle Passepartout – Audrey Lindsay Fix of the Yard – Christopher Vian-Smith

05 May 2016

I Am A Camera

8pm, June 14-18 “I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking.” Adapted from Christopher Isherwood’s novel Goodbye to Berlin, which is part of The Berlin Stories, I Am A Camera tells the tale of the extraordinary characters that would later be the inspiration for Kander and Ebb’s musical Cabaret. Directed by: Lisa Thomas Cast: Christopher Isherwood – Alex Watts Fraulein Schneider – Margaret Glenn Fritz Wendel – Tom Watts Sally Bowles – Lucie Sherwood Natalia Landauer – […]

11 Apr 2016

Many Moons

8pm, May 24-28 “… a meticulously written play … that slowly turns you inside out.” Juniper is looking for love, Robert is trying to avoid it, Ollie doesn’t know what it is, while Meg believes she will never experience it. On one hot July day in London the four of them orbit each other, unaware that they are rushing towards a single moment that could devastate them all. Alice Birch’s play is a taut modern piece of theatre that cleverly holds […]