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On from 21 Nov 2018 to 21 Nov 2018
Blue Elephant Theatre
by Ella Fleetwood

Tickets: £5.00 - £7.00

Avocado on toast. Cankle insecurity. Boomerang obsession.

Its not easy being a millennial.

Journey through confessions of a millennial in the comedic and relevant #nofilter.

Everything I Am
On from 21 Nov 2018 to 21 Nov 2018
by Natasha Simone Lynette Linton

Tickets: £13 / (£11 concessions)

Tash is a queer black woman. Shes also silenced, a lot. Things will change once she starts university though.

The Real Deal
On from 22 Nov 2018 to 22 Nov 2018
by Katie Bonna.

Tickets: £13 / (£11 concessions)

From Off West End Awards Most Promising New Playwright 2018: Katie Bonna.

One Night of Ska
On from 23 Nov 2018 to 23 Nov 2018
Brookside Theatre
by Brookside Theatre

Tickets: £17

ONE NIGHT OF SKA is an incredible two hour homage to the music, bands and artistes that influenced two generations of teenagers presented by Yesterday's Men – one of the country's finest exponents of Ska. Taking the best of the original 1960's Jamaican scene as well as the 2 Tone English Revival of the late 1970's this show is crammed full of songs made famous by names such as Prince Buster, Desmond Dekker, Madness, The Specials, The Selecter, The Maytals, and Tony Tribe; a night of incredible hits including The Israelites, One Step Beyond, It Mek, My Girl, Monkey Man, Ghost Town, Watermelon Man, Red Red Wine, Too Much Too Young, Madness, Enjoy Yourself and Al Capone and many, many more.

On from 23 Nov 2018 to 23 Nov 2018
The London Theatre
by numerous

Tickets: £5.00

Come and see 10 spoken word artists both established and new perform a night of spoken word and Poetry.

The Funeral Director
On from 05 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Southwark Playhouse
by Iman Qureshi

Tickets: £20 / (£16 concessions)

An incisive and heartfelt story of sexuality, gender and religion in 21st-century Britain.

The Pit & The Pendulum
On from 06 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
by Christopher York

Tickets: £15 / (£12 concessions)

An exploration of sensory deprivation and isolation in a near pitch black room.

Snow White, Rose Red and Bear Brown
On from 22 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Half Moon Theatre
by Theatre of Widdershins

Tickets: £7 - Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free (phone bookings only)

Theatre of Widdershins return to Half Moon with their enchanting new puppet show set in a fairytale forest.

Gilded Butterflies
On from 06 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
The Hope Theatre
by Devised by Tormented Casserole Theatre

Tickets: £12 - £15

A moth came into my roomI tried to save it. I set it free

Following its debut at the Leicester Square Theatre and ★★★★★ run at Brighton Fringe Festival, the powerful and paradoxically hopeful GILDED BUTTERFLIES comes to The Hope Theatre.

Hansel & Gretel
On from 23 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Bernie Grant Arts Centre
by Vicki Igbokwe

Tickets: £5 - £12 / (£8 concessions) - 5 Pound Schools Matinee

Following the sell-out Head Wrap Diaries, Uchenna Dance return with a fearless dance adventure as the classic fairy tale gets a makeover, guaranteed to delight children and families

Him Indoors
On from 22 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Blue Elephant Theatre
by Sonja Doubleday

Tickets: £5.00 - £7.50

Want a trip somewhere a little different?

Come on down to Tittitutar town, where things are not quite's something you can't put your finger on but one journalist is determined to get to the bottom of the town's peculiarities.

Bury the Dead
On from 30 Oct 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Finborough Theatre
by Irwin Shaw

Tickets: £18/16 - £20/18

The first professional UK production for 80 years

On from 18 Nov 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Barons Court Theatre
by Richard Leigh

Tickets: £10.00 - £12.00

Let the Superstitious assemble for this fascinating Magic show presented by magician in residence Richard Leigh.

Sexy Laundry
On from 31 Oct 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Tabard Theatre
by Michele Riml

Tickets: £16 - £23

The Tabard Theatre presents the UK Premiere of Sexy Laundry, the hit show about an ordinary couple with a less-than-ordinary overnight bag!

On from 16 Nov 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Barons Court Theatre
by Richard Franklin

Tickets: £12 - £15

One Hundred Years ago, the Great War – the War To End All Wars – at last came to an end. This play captures just a little of the horror of that dreadful warfare, focusing on two incidents. A shocking and heart-felt cry describing a brother-at-arms dying of gas poisoning, illustrated in unforgettable words by the great war poet, Wilfred Owen, in his poem "Gas". And we discover what actually happened to just one of the boys from Charterhouse School, who was unlucky enough to be of military age (just) to be caught up in the tragedy of 1914 to 1918. This moving and thought provoking play is unmissable.

Hay Fever
On from 22 Nov 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
by by Noel Coward - The Garden Suburb Theatre

Tickets: £14 / (£12 concessions)

The promise of an idyllic and peaceful weekend is quickly trounced by the self-absorbed eccentricities of the family.

The Greater Game
On from 31 Oct 2017 to 25 Nov 2018
Waterloo East Theatre
by Michael Haed

Tickets: £19 - £22 - PREVIEWS OCT 31 - NOV 1 ALL TICKETS 17.50

Stephen Jenkins and Peter Kitchen present

The Greater Game

written by Michael Head

Based on the book They Took The Lead by Stephen Jenkins, The Greater Game tells the true story of the 42 men from Clapton Orient who signed up En Masse to fight in the great war focusing on the bond of two life long friends Richard MacFadden and William Jonas who met near Newcastle aged 7 before moving to London to play football then enlisting to fight in the Battle Of The Somme with tragic consequences.

More than a story of war or football The Greater Game is a 'Touching and Emotional' (The Stage) play that covers all aspects of human life and is 'A rollercoaster of emotions that is as funny and it is moving, a must watch' (MTM review).

Michael Greco (Eastenders) captains this talented cast including James Phelps (Harry Potter) and the award winning actors Scott Kyle (Outlander, kilo two bravo) Paul Marlon (Essex Boys Retribution, Dangerous Minds Of A Hooligan) and the award Nominated Jack Harding (Worth A Flutter, Sealife, Foul Pages)

The Greater Game promises to make you laugh and cry in equal measure as it tells the amazing true story of the men and women who sacrificed everything 'for King and Country' and is a production 'that had audiences in tears as they hugged each other at the end of a emotional and powerful play' (Southwark News) West End Wilma.


Billy Holmes- Michael Greco

Richard McFadden – James Phelps

Elizabeth McFadden- Helena Doughty

William Jonas – Steven Bush

Mary Jane Jonas – Victoria Gibson

George Scott – Scott Kyle

Fred 'Spider' Parker – Jack Harding

Nolan 'Peggy' Evans – Paul Marlon

Jimmy Hugall – Tom Stocks

Herbert 'Jumbo' Reason – Michael Head

Directed by Adam Morley

On from 01 Nov 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Calder Bookshop and Theatre
by Anatole Glebov

Tickets: £12 - £15 - Special Offer 2 for 1 tickets

The Soviet ideal of Womanhood is the subject of Glebov's play Inga – if such an ideal could exist, if being Man's equal whilst maintaining feminine 'difference' was even possible in that society.
The action takes place in a pre-revolutionary clothing factory which Inga must drag into the Soviet era – a task to be completed in the face of the entrenched attitudes of the women as well as the men with whom she lives and works.
A proto- feminist play still relevant 90 years after it was first staged.

Tracey Ann Wood – Inga
Jeremiah O Conno – Dimitri
Alexandra Dionelis – Glafeera
Maria Estevez-Serrano – Mera
Gary Heron – Somov
John Terence – Ryzhov
Mark Shaer – Nemtsevitch
Stephanie Ellyne – Veronica
Simon Bennett – Boltikov
Josephine Liptrott – Nastya

Luis Gayol

5 Stars
"Well staged at the John Calder Bookshop Theatre, this is an extraordinary piece."
Camden New Journal

5 Stars
"The performances are sublime from beginning to end. It is undeniable that the interpretation of these actresses and actors transport the audience to a historical moment of transition in Soviet society, to a community in which emotions had a place." La Tundra

4 Stars
"Essentially, this is a play about individuals choosing where they stand, and justifying it to the people with whom they have to co exist. By having the audience placed so inescapably in the action, we were offered as much of a choice as any of the characters." The Spy in the Stalls

Costume Design:
Jenny Hobson

Stage Design:
Marcio Andrei Santarosa

Located in the very heart of London where gentrification has done for most places like this we find the Calder Bookshop and Theatre.
The business was founded by the publisher John Calder who brought us the likes of Samuel Beckett, Marguerite Duras and Jorge Luis Borges over a career that spanned 50 years.

In 2010 it was taken over by an ensemble of actors and directors who gave it a more overtly political slant. The shop stocks both new and second hand books, specialising in plays, politics and philosophy along with many other treasures.

Besides their own theatre productions they put on classic film screenings, live jazz sessions and host book launches in the beautifully intimate theatre located at the back of the bookshop. It is a must-visit place on the south side of the Thames. The venue which many speak of as the beating heart of Waterloo s cultural community also rents out rehearsal space both in their basement (which also houses a top notch blue Sauter piano) and their theatre space, both ata very affordable rate – check them out.

Land of Nod
On from 25 Nov 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
Blue Elephant Theatre
by Moon On A Stick Theatre

Tickets: £3.00 - £5.00

Where do we really go when we fall asleep?

Join us as we fold into sleep and explore a dream world, created especially for you

On from 15 Nov 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
Tristan Bates
by Robert Luxford

Tickets: £16.50 / (£15 concessions)

A satirical comedy about three rebellious Nuns and how they plot to overthrow the Mother Superior in order to establish smoking rights for themselves.

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