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Waterloo East Theatre
Brad Street
020 7928 0060
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On from 10 Sep 2019 to 22 Sep 2019
Waterloo East Theatre
by Penelope Skinner

Tickets: £10 - £15 / (£12.50 concessions)

10 – 22 September 2019

Dark Skies Theatre present
By Penelope Skinner

Darkness visible.

The colour seen by the eye in perfect darkness.

Show Times:
Tues – Sat 7.30pm Sun 4pm
Sat Matinee Sept 21 at 3pm
Running time approx. 110 mins with an interval
£15 Full / £12.50 Concession
Preview Tues Sept 10 ALL TICKETS £10
Allocated seating. Strictly No Latecomers Admitted.
16+ – strong language and scenes of a sexually explicit nature.

This is a play about London. About being lost in urban chaos. About a struggle to find meaning in a world of random encounters and connections.

A play about aspiration. About feminism. What does it mean to be a good feminist? What does it mean to be feminist?

Fantastically funny and fiercely relevant, Penelope Skinner’s tragicomedy is a modern urban fairytale.

Directed by Georgie Staight
(Chutney, Bunker Theatre; D-Day 75, Watermill Theatre; Roosting, Park Theatre; Into the Numbers, Finborough Theatre).

16+ – strong language and scenes of a sexually explicit nature.


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On from 17 Oct 2019 to 24 Nov 2019
Waterloo East Theatre
by S. Asher Gelman

Tickets: £20 - £30 - Previews Oct 17 - 20 ALL TICKETS £20

For a Limited Season from 17 Oct

Adam Roebuck
Aaron Quintana and Justin Coffman
by S. Asher Gelman

The Climax is just the beginning…

After it's sold-out run at Southwark Playhouse, AFTERGLOW transfers to Waterloo East Theatre for a limited season.

Josh and Alex are in an open married relationship. But after young Darius shares their bed for a night, a new intimate connection begins to form, and all three men must search for one another’s notions of love, intimacy, and commitment. Will their search for passion and intimacy come as easily as their freedom to play around?

Afterglow is a ‘steamy stripped-down look at gay intimacy’
(Huffington Post).

Recommended age 16+. This show contains strong language and nudity.

Show Times:
Tues – Fri 7.30pm
Sat & Sun 4pm & 7.30pm
Running time approx. 90 mins with NO interval
Tickets: £24 Full / £20 Concessions / £30 Premium
Previews 17th – 20th Oct ALL TICKETS £20 / Premium £30
Allocated seating. Strictly No Latecomers Admitted.
16+ This show conatins strong language and nudity

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