Bread & Roses
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
This Workers Beer Company-run pub is proud to sport its socialist credentials, it takes its name from a James Oppenheim poem associated with a textile strike. Popular for its world street food, it can lack atmosphere in the evenings, though that’s being rectified by an unlikely move into burlesque with monthly Clapham or Bust nights. There are also regular reggae and world music DJs at weekends and the newly opened theatre above the pub stages a regular mix of fringe shows.
What's on at Bread & Roses
Dave the Cat gets his very own show in the form of this dark comedy from Richard Hardwick and Jamie Beamish. When Dave was sacked from the original production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical 'Cats' he never quite recovers. A monologue performed by...
Tonight's line-up at this wonderfully friendly club features superb storyteller James Dowdeswell, Julian Deane, Sam Carrington and resident host Sion James, all helping bring in 2015. The price includes a free glass of sparkling wine, pre-show buffet,...
Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay humorously and poignantly documents five stages in the relationship he had with his mother, who nurtured his artistic nature, but died before Tremblay had made it.