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Roundhouse CircusFest: Clockwork
On from 16 Apr 2014 to 16 Apr 2014
by artsdepot

Tickets: £15 - £12 students

A gravity-defying performance by Swedish company Sisters, featuring Chinese poles, slack rope and acrobatics.

The Incredible One-Man Pandemic
On from 16 Apr 2014 to 16 Apr 2014
Tristan Bates
by John-Luke Roberts

Tickets: £10.00 / (£8.00 concessions)

Auto-immune super-efficiency, apiarist's arm, Dulux chart jaundice, mnemonovirus, orbital cancer... A 400-year-old man has been collecting diseases since he realised he wasn't going to die. Tonight, he's going to share them. A bittersweet story about love, disguised as an uplifting show about death.

Grace Petrie: Failing That
On from 16 Apr 2014 to 16 Apr 2014
Tristan Bates
by Grace Petrie

Tickets: £10.00 / (£8.00 concessions)

At 26, singer-songwriter Grace Petrie has achieved none of her life ambitions. In this intimate confessional she takes a look at her tryings and failings, from conquering rock and roll to the political revolution that never arrived. With songs. 'A powerful new songwriting voice' Guardian

Date Night
On from 16 Apr 2014 to 16 Apr 2014
Etcetera Theatre
by Vicki Baron - £7

Date Night is a series of three short pieces that will make you laugh, cringe and re-examine your dating style.

Marty MacDonald's Farm
On from 15 Apr 2014 to 17 Apr 2014
Leicester Square Theatre
by Martin Parsons

Tickets: £11 - £35 - Family £35 / £9 (child)

Presented by Martin Parsons (Playdays Live, Sooty’s Magic Castle), Kate Ashmead (Tweenies, Thomas & Friends) and featuring children’s favourite and BAFTA award-winning CBeebies presenter Justin Fletcher MBE (Justin’s House, Something Special, Gigglebiz) as the Voice of Pongo the Pig.

Shappi Khorsandi
On from 17 Apr 2014 to 17 Apr 2014
Tristan Bates
by Shappi Khorsandi

Tickets: £9.00 / (£8.00 concessions)

Star of Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Have I Got News for You, Shappi presents an exclusive preview of her brand new Edinburgh show. 'Makes live comedy thrilling' Evening Standard.
'Britain's best young female comic by any yardstick' Guardian

Puttin' on the Blitz
On from 15 May 2014 to 17 Apr 2014
Compass Theatre
by Jan Clark

Tickets: £14.50 / (£12.50 concessions) - (10+ Groups Conc at £10.50) plus a per-transaction fee of £1.25 when booked online or £1.75 offline, unless paid by cash or Compass Club Member

Winston Churchill Theatre hosts a Tap Dancing and Singing spectacular that follows the story of the residents of Uptown Hall in their romp through World War II.

On from 15 Apr 2014 to 17 Apr 2014
All Around Town
by Fragments


Moscow turned to madness
By the Devil and his kin.
The master has his novel
And Margarita's sin…

FRAGMENTS are revisiting their epic production from 2010 of The Master & Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov in a new version by Hannah Burke, directed by Shane Dempsey, executed by the FRAGMENTS ensemble.

This highly physical production was researched and developed in Moscow and sheds new light on one of the greatest novel's of The Twentieth Century. FRAGMENTS is an ensemble that make, share and tell compelling stories that push the bounds of traditional storytelling.

So come! Meet the Devil and his entourage, the ill fated lovers and meet us… taste a little bit of Moscow and a big bit of Madness at CLF Cafe, The Bussey Building in Peckham. From April 15th – 17th.

‘Bold beautiful and moving, this talented company create theatre that awakens the senses and explodes into the space.’ Lisa Spirling – Theatre Director

For tickets or more information go to:

Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Father Nandru & The Wolves
On from 18 Mar 2014 to 18 Apr 2014
Wilton's Music Hall
by Julian Garner

Tickets: £13 - £25

A lost village, star-crossed lovers, mysterious wolves and the extraordinary story of a community trying to save what is most precious to them, before it is too late...

Balls: Le First Time for Everything - A Solo Performance Cabaret
On from 18 Apr 2014 to 18 Apr 2014
Tristan Bates
by Lucy Hopkins & Nancy Trotter

Tickets: £7.00

Hosted by inimitable performers Lucy Hopkins and Nancy Trotter Landry, this is a loose, exciting, high-risk and idiotically spectacular cabaret of quick-fire solo performances with one rule only: all material must be completely new.

On from 17 Apr 2014 to 18 Apr 2014
Ye Olde Rose and Crown

Tickets: £10 - £12 - Box Office:

Through music and comedy, the Femmes embark on a journey through the music industry that challenges their beliefs, friendships and identity.

The Velveteen Rabbit
On from 21 Mar 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Unicorn Theatre
by Unicorn Theatre

Tickets: £10 - £16 / (£13 concessions) - Family Discount - 20% off when you buy 4 or more tickets


At the End of Everything Else
On from 29 Mar 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Unicorn Theatre
by Unicorn Theatre

Tickets: £10 - £16 / (£13 concessions) - Family Discount - 20% off when you buy 4 or more tickets


In this House (A family breakdown)
On from 08 Apr 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
The Space
by Natalie Songer

Tickets: £14 / (£10 concessions) - Half price tickets are available to Stargazer members

Join theatre company Black Balloon in our kangaroo
court, for the trial of Lucy Mason- depraved criminal or a young girl pushed to her limit?

Thérèse Raquin
On from 25 Mar 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Emile Zola

Tickets: £16 - £18 / (£14 concessions)

The World Premiere of a new muscial adaptation

“A story of paralysing passion”

On from 15 Apr 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
New Diorama
by David Byrne & PIT Theatre

Tickets: £11.50 - £13.50

Alan Conway: failed businessman and unsuccessful homosexual decides his life might improve if he just tells people he's award-winning film director Stanley Kubrick.

On from 17 Apr 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Greenwich Theatre
by Smoking Apples, Little Cauliflower and Red Threaders

Tickets: £16.00 / (£11.00 concessions)

A puppet’s journey with Motor Neurone Disease, and his pet fish – brought to Greenwich in an acclaimed co-production between Smoking Apples, Little Cauliflower and Red Threaders.

On from 08 Apr 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Waterloo East Theatre
by Tim Thomas

Tickets: £13 - £15

April 8 – 19

ShellShock Productions Ltd present

by Tim Thomas

By turns exciting, tragic, poignant and funny SHELLSHOCK is a dramatic new British musical. With fourteen original songs and a powerful storyline it is an exhilarating and ultimately uplifting story.

It is 1975. Britain is fighting a secret desert war. A soldier returns traumatised by his experiences. His wife and daughter struggle to come to terms with his despair. As an escape his little girl remembers how he used to be, the perfect Dad, big and strong, hilarious and wild. It is very much about her, about growing up and seeing the world in all its complexity.

But another story intertwines with this one. It has deep echoes of World War 1 and an awful secret which a woman has lived with in the intervening years. That war started a century ago and ShellShock is one of the world-wide events which will commemorate those shattering hostilities.

The story of the musical was inspired by a conversation between the writer, Tim Thomas and his grandmother when he was just a small boy. Like all of her generation she endured that terrible time and he was transfixed by the tale of hope that she told.

Directed by Matthew Gould.
Musical Director David Keefe.

Jane Eyre
On from 16 Apr 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
The Jack Studio Theatre
by Charlotte Bronte

Tickets: £14.00 / (£11.00 concessions)

Part ghost story, part Gothic romance, and part religious tract, this gripping new adaptation of a favourite classic remains faithful to the text. The book literally comes to life with imaginative staging and a cast of only six. Set in 1840s northern England, the early stirrings of feminism shine through the strict adherence to social structure giving this venerated novel its iconic status.

The Butterfly Lovers
On from 01 Apr 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Blue Elephant Theatre
by Jimmy Chamberlain & Jason Yu

Tickets: £3.00 - £4.50 - All tickets £4.50 (Southwark Residents £3.00)

A captivating tale about friendship, The Butterfly Lovers is a vibrant new adaptation for children of the Chinese legend of Liang and Zhu.

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