Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
City boys and girls are treated to a slice of the arts in the mini Bridewell Theatre, nestled tidily between Fleet Street and Blackfriars. Aptly (given its local audience) Bridewell's strength lies in lunchtime theatre, its Lunchbox events teaming a 45-minute play with sandwiches and snack – punters can even bring their own to eat during the performance. Bridewell hosts evening theatre too and, as with lunchtimes, productions veer between classics and new works.
What's on at Bridewell Theatre
This lunchtime panto from theatre company Give It Some Room transports the exotic tale of 'Aladdin' and his magic lamp to these fair shores. Bring sandwiches. Find more pantomimes in London
Bell and Bowman's blues, swing, gospel and jive-charged update on Gilbert and Sullivan's light opera classic is becoming a fringe favourite, as it gets its third production in as many years. It's set in a Japanese town where flirting has been made punishable...
Starting just as the West End revival of Alexi Kaye Campbell's beautiful drama about the changing nature of homosexual relationships finishes is this fringe production from Tower Theatre. The play is a gem: light, funny and heartfelt.