Sophie Adnitt reviews Philip Ridley’s Angry at Southwark Playhouse “Startling, unsettling, but deeply fascinating, Angry is a worthy addition to the world of Ridley.”
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Mark Ludmon reviews Mikhail Durnenkov’s strange tale The War Has Not Yet Started at Southwark Playhouse
The kids will be somewhat amused by it, and you may enjoy the quips, but Bananaman probably won’t be a holiday show to remember for long.
Take a look at Pamela Raith’s great first look production images from Bananaman the musical now playing at Southwark Playhouse. Bananaman began life in the Nutty comic in 1980, and was a flyaway success, transferring to The Dandy before joining the world’s longest-running comic, The Beano in 2012 and he is now one of The […]
With its mixture of magic and comedy, this is an assured revival that offers some entertaining escapism which, although set at midsummer, is a perfect antidote to midwinter.
A mini-season of plays that had their UK premieres at The Drum at Theatre Royal Plymouth is to run in repertoire at London’s Southwark Playhouse from January.
With it’s eerie echoes of today’s top news stories, Mother Courage and her Children makes for some thought-provoking viewing. Add in a show-stealing performance from Lawrence, and this could be essential theatre viewing for November.
Casting has been announced for J M Barrie’s rarely performed play Dear Brutus which is to be performed in its centenary year at Southwark Playhouse.