Set for 2025 on the site of Colechurch House.
A perfectly finished piece, like a stone polished by the waves.
A young, talented cast with an outstanding lead.
A notch above other fringe gay dramas shown in London recently.
Money talks - to the detriment of the production.
Don't take the kids.
We're exhausted just watching it.
The childhood classic comes to the stage.
A When Harry Met Sally solo moment brings act one to an undeniable climax.
Five women, united by a name.
Mikhail Durnenkov’s latest play is both provocative and disturbing.
A cynical ribbing of the pharmaceutical industry.
Julius Caesar meets A Midsummer Night's Dream.
A Streetcar Named Southend? Tennessee Williams transposed to the Essex coast.
Judy, Judy, Judy.
All's not fair in love and war.
Bake Off host turns up the heat at Southwark Playhouse.
True life tale of society squalor.
Fast-paced nothingness at Southwark Playhouse.
Thespian rivalry falls flat in Orson’s Shadow.
Not a total bloody disaster.
Harrowing history, colourfully recounted.
The semi-fictional life of a semi-forgotten great.
Spock-eared superboy in colourful but confused staging.
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