Photo: Peter Brown 2015
Artistic director: Deborah Bestwick
General Manager: Wendy Dempsey
Theatre upstairs - seats 50
Theatre downstairs - seats 98
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London SE11 5SW
Oval Station/ Kennington Church
3, 36, 59, 133, 155, 159, 185, 436
N109, N133, N136, N155
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Full flat ground floor access to Downstairs theatre, cafe, foyer and downstairs workshop spaces. Toilets are wheelchair accessible. Stairs only to Upstairs Theatre. Disabled drivers are welcome to use the staff car park. Escorts accompanying wheelchair users get free entrance.
Induction loop in both theatres.
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Dennis of Penge
Dennis of Penge is part gig, part poetry, part theatre performance, all transcendent. Loosely inspired by Euripides' the Bacchae. Dennis of Penge is about poverty, addiction, friendship, ecstasy, chicken shops, love & SE20.Previews from:
Wednesday 26 September 2018Closes:
Sunday 6 October 2019
From the writer of Diary of a Hounslow Girl, this restless new thriller reveals the hidden lives of Britain's invisible children, adrift in the care system at the mercy of gang culture.Previews from:
Tuesday 9 October 2018Closes:
Saturday 20 October 2018
Explores gender stereotypes for children aged 7-11 in a fun, questioning and celebratory way using a variety of acts and toys, skits and dressing-up.Previews from:
Wednesday 24 October 2018Closes:
Sunday 28 October 2018
Eight-year-old Mirabel wakes up after the end of the world to find herself alone, except for her old faithful Bear. Everyone else appears to be gone. A sad, strange fairytale, it is a story of what happens when you refuse to accept that you're lost.Previews from:
Wednesday 31 October 2018Closes:
Sunday 18 November 2018
Nick Makoha's poetic retelling of his experience and that of others affected by it - a series of voices echoing from varying states of darkness.Previews from:
Wednesday 21 November 2018Closes:
Saturday 1 December 2018
Snow White and the Happy Ever After Beauty Salon
In a fifties fairytale wonderland, Snow is hard at work in her Aunt Trish's Beauty Salon - curling the 3 Little Pigs' tails, sharpening Big Bad's teeth and setting Prince Charming's quiff. A joyful and irreverent new adaptation of the classic story.Previews from:
Wednesday 12 December 2018Closes:
Sunday 30 December 2018
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