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On from 20 Feb 2019 to 22 Feb 2019
by Juan Carlos Otero, Keir Cooper and Lola Rueda

Tickets: £13 - £16

Republica is an energetic and sexy lament for the untold story of the Spanish Revolution, as seen through the eyes of a stripper, a flamenco dancer and a punk guitarist.

Mirror Mirror
On from 22 Feb 2019 to 22 Feb 2019
Greenwich Theatre
by Red Earth Theatre

Tickets: £13.50 / (£11 concessions) - Children - £8.50

Join Snow White as guests at her wedding, and the whole story – magic mirror, wicked stepmother, seven dwarves and all – will be revealed.

Kali Theatre Discovery Showcase
On from 22 Feb 2019 to 22 Feb 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £10 / (£8 concessions)

Kali Theatre produces thought provoking, contemporary new writing by South Asian women which reflects and comments on our lives today.

On from 18 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Bridewell Theatre
by Johannes Neubert

Tickets: £10 - £12.50

In this re-telling of Mary Shelley's classic story, Victoria Frankenstein creates a sapient creature in her quest to conquer death.

Cello and Piano Recital
On from 23 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
by Mary Mundy and Henry Roche

Tickets: £10 - Tickets are £10

Mary Mundy and Henry Roche were for many years at the Royal Opera House, Mary as Sub-Principal ‘cellist in the Orchestra and Henry as Head of Royal Ballet Music Staff.

Beast on the Moon
On from 29 Jan 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Finborough Theatre
by Richard Kalinoski

Tickets: £16 - £18 / (£18/16 concessions)

The first London production in more than 20 years.

Boh Boh Finds Home
On from 23 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Greenwich Theatre
by Little Bean Theatre

Tickets: £13 / (£6.50 concessions)

The first and only Cantonese children’s theatre in the UK has landed at Greenwich Theatre!

The Thrill of Love
On from 13 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Tower Theatre
by Amanda Whittington

Tickets: £10 - £14

"I am guilty. I am rather confused."

No Kids
On from 05 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Battersea Arts Centre
by A Infinitum

Tickets: £12.50 - £18

Described as We Need to Talk About Kevin on acid (Total Theatre), No Kids is the latest energetic, hilarious, moving and thought-provoking play from the multi award-winning Bristol-based company, Ad Infinitum.

Should we have kids, or not?

If All the World Were Paper
On from 23 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Half Moon Theatre
by Big Window and AJTC Theatres in Association with Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Tickets: £7.00 - Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free (phone bookings only)

If All the World Were Paper is a hilarious and poignant new play about falling out, making up and the joy of true friendship.

Beast by Krishna Istha
On from 23 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £12 / (£10 concessions)

Part stand-up comedy and part performance art, Krishna Istha's Beast, directed by Zoe Coombs Marr (AUS), is a comedic exploration into the life of a trans person in 2019, what it means to be trans "masculine" without becoming the men we hate, and how taking testosterone can transform you into a social renegade: a beast.

Little Shop of Horrors
On from 19 Feb 2019 to 23 Feb 2019
Brookside Theatre
by Howard Ashman / Alan Menkin

Tickets: £15 - £18

Fuelled by Faust and fertisliser, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS is a charming, kooky and hilarious 1950's musical sci-fi spoof. Feed your need for musical hilarity with this delicious gem, but whatever you do... DON'T FEED THE PLANT!

Medea Electronica
On from 19 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: ££15 / (££13 concessions)

Medea Electronica is a powerful and deeply moving retelling of the Greek tragedy, set in 1980’s rural England.

Tokens of Affection
On from 05 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
Waterloo East Theatre
by by Maureen Lawrence

Tickets: £14 - £17.50 / (£15 concessions) - PREVIEWS FEB 5 & 6 ALL TICKETS £14

5 – 24 Feb 2019

Persever Productions present
Tokens of Affection
by Maureen Lawrence

Persever Productions brings you the London premier of Tokens of Affection by Maureen Lawrence.

This often witty and disarmingly charming play is also a startling theatrical peek into the world of a special teaching unit for the containment of violent or maladjusted girls in Bradford in the nineteen-eighties.

Seen through the eyes of a recently qualified social care professional, the day centre is a place of chaos and struggle with no real sense of what it is trying to achieve, apart from keeping the girls off the streets. But it is also a place of high energy and laughter, small glimmers of hope come from the humour and wit intrinsic in the plays’ younger characters as, even though almost broken by circumstances, their resilience is astounding. The small tokens of affection can be found in the very human interactions between these disturbed children and their over-worked and under-supported carers.

This ‘lost’ work by Maureen Lawrence, playwright, author, and former Derby Playhouse writer in residence, has not been produced since its original production at Derby Playhouse in 1990.

Reviews of original 1990 production
“Perhaps the most shocking thing about the […] production is that it is so savagely entertaining.”
Tim Brown

“There are rare theatrical occasions of such complete absorption that the outside world does not exist.”
On Stage

“what fills the evening is the varied behaviour of children and staff. There is affection hidden in the approaches both of girls and staff…” B A Young Financial Times

Ages 18+

Show Times:
Tue to Sat at 7.30pm
Matinee Sun at 4pm
Running time approx.120 mins plus an interval
Tickets: £17.50/ £15 Concession*
Preview 5 & 6 Feb All Tickets £14
Allocated seating. Strictly No Latecomers Admitted.
*(Students: Unwaged: Over 60’s: Equity: Disabled: Lambeth Resident
Ages 18+

LGBTQ+ Tiny Showa
On from 23 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
by N/A

Tickets: £5

Tiny LGBTQ+ Shows is all about taking chances. A building full of LGBTQ+ theatre makers will spontaneously create tons of tiny little pieces of theatre, with people they have probably only just met.

Hotel Paradiso
On from 20 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
Jacksons Lane
by Lost In Translation

Tickets: £14.95

Meet Madame and the charming staff of the quirkily shambolic Hotel Paradiso – and their arch enemy the Banker, scheming to take over the hotel.

Henna Night
On from 21 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
Canal Cafe Theatre
by Amy Rosenthal

Tickets: £10 - £13.50 / (£11.50 concessions) - A small booking fee applies to online and telephone bookings. This is a members only theatre - fees may apply.

"On the tube, usually.

I mean that's where I imagine it happening.

On the Northern line.

Looking terrific and everything in my life would be great.

Greater Belfast
On from 23 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
Irish Cultural Centre
by Matt Regan

Tickets: £14 - £16


✩✩✩✩✩(The Telegraph) ✩✩✩✩✩(Edinburgh Guide) ✩✩✩✩✩(Broadway Baby)

A compelling, funny, and heart-breaking gig-theatre mash-up which unites poetic storytelling and powerful composition for string quartet to explore the strange and hopeful city of Belfast.

The Theatre Reserve Tryouts 2019
On from 25 Feb 2019 to 26 Feb 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £5

Companies showcase their work for the chance to receive the Charlie Hartill Special Reserve Fund for Theatre.

Pleasant Evening
On from 27 Feb 2019 to 27 Feb 2019
OSO Arts Centre
by Legosee Educational Trust

Tickets: £20.00

A band from the Royal Military School of Music at Kneller Hall resurrects the institution's famous 'Pleasant Evenings’.

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