Tackroom Theatre have announced full casting for the World Premiere of Why Is The Sky Blue? (or How To Make Slime) at Southwark Playhouse.
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All things considered, The Country Wife is an enjoyable, if unsubtle, evening of comedy. It is a play well worth reviving and it further cements the reputation of the Playhouse as a stellar producer of varied and interesting plays.
Dilated Theatre Company brings John Wilson’s courtroom drama For King and Country comes to Southwark Playhouse in June.
This new cast album is of such a high standard that there will doubtless be many new productions of Working around the globe as a result of this recording. It’s a first class calling card for this undervalued gem of a show.
There is so much to enjoy here that one viewing of Pippin may not be enough. I’m certainly looking forward to a second viewing.
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.”
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.