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The Bread and Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street
Clapham
London
SW4 6DZ
020 8050 3025
info@breadandrosestheatre.co.uk
http://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/
Nearest Tube/Train Station:
Clapham North
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Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Miss Julie
On from 28 Apr 2015 to 16 May 2015
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by August Strindberg

This sensual adaptation emphasises Strindberg’s viscerally honest portrait of the class system and human sexuality. Amidst the midsummer frolics, the boundaries of status start to blur and the battle of the sexes intensifies. Who truly has the upper hand and how far will people go in the ultimate power struggle?

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Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Low Level Panic
On from 12 Apr 2016 to 30 Apr 2016
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Clare McIntyre

Set in a bathroom, Clare McIntyre's acclaimed and award-winning play is a bright, warm, sometimes wet and messy dark-comedy about three young women and the objectification they experience on a daily basis.

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Genre - Musical
The Curse of Love
On from 11 Sep 2016 to 12 Sep 2016
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by German Munoz & Richard Seaman

​A work-in-progress reading of a new musical.​A work-in-progress reading of a new musical.

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Genre - Drama
dirty butterfly
On from 25 Apr 2017 to 13 May 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by debbie tucker green

Amelia and Jason are drawn into the dark and compelling world of their mutual neighbour Jo who is the victim of nightly domestic violence. As Jason is increasingly addicted to eaves-dropping on Jo's abuse, Amelia's frustration with Jo's predicament develops. A play concerned with voyeurism, power and guilt.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Constance & Eva
On from 17 Sep 2017 to 27 Sep 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Kimberly Campanello

Constance Markiewicz and Eva Gore-Booth were two aristocratic Anglo-Irish sisters who relinquished their privileged upbringing to dedicate their lives to a range of causes. Constance and Eva is an hour-long multimedia play derived entirely from prison letters and archival text, alongside contemporary reflections on the lives of the sisters from the creative team and historians. The play examines the potentialities and complexities of social and political activism so relevant in a post-Trump, post-Brexit context.

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Genre - Musical Genre - Comedy
It Tastes Like Home
On from 13 Oct 2017 to 15 Oct 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Lorna Wells

When I was young, AM was Dumplings. PM was Fish and Chips. When I was Older, AM was plantain. PM walnut whip.”

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Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy Genre - New Writing
Remedies - A Ballad of Broken Britain / Soundbite
On from 24 Oct 2017 to 28 Oct 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Matt Roberts

Middle-Weight Theatre Company present... A night of comedy and drama with two, one act plays for the price of one!

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Comedy
The Black Eye Club
On from 01 Nov 2017 to 18 Nov 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by PhilCharles

When life throws you punches... drink, sing, survive!

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Get Therapy
On from 20 Nov 2017 to 20 Nov 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Danielle Imara

Infused with hard-hitting verbatim dialogue this uniquely theatrical autobiographical tale from a talented cast of five combines physical theatre, humour and original music from dub to soul to electro.

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Epicene
On from 26 Nov 2017 to 26 Nov 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Paul Diello

After a successful stint of three sold and five star reviewed performances at Brighton Fringe Festival, award-winning musician Paul Diello invites you to his gender-blending celebration of iconic women in music.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
The Balcony
On from 21 Nov 2017 to 02 Dec 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Jean Genet

First staged in 1957 The Balcony is recognised as one of the founding plays of modern theatre. Get Over It Productions explore the themes inherent in the play – judging them to have come around once more on the conveyer belt of culture.

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Full Circle
On from 05 Nov 2017 to 03 Dec 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Third Person

The play is made on the spot, as it happens in front of the audience.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
On The Street Where You Live
On from 05 Dec 2017 to 09 Dec 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by GC Clarke

Broken homes, broken lives, the cold blooded hunter thrives.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Comedy
Janet
On from 10 Dec 2017 to 10 Dec 2017
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by John Mowat

"Janet" tells the story of the residents in a block of flats inspired by living on the Maiden Lane Estate, Kings Cross and influenced by "Artful" by Ali Smith also the short story "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. The show follows the life of the residents and their dreams and fears focusing on the story of a young woman – "Janet", represented by a lump of uncooked bread dough. The other residents are represented by other paraphernalia.

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