Old Red Lion Theatre
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
The rather ramshackle Old Red Lion pub theatre was founded in 1979 and has since staged fresh and emerging talent in into micro upstairs venue. The pub itself is an integral part of the theatre's success, welcoming Angel locals as well as theatregoers at the cosy, well-worn bar. Expect the bill to be dominated by first timers and featuring a smattering of contemporary classics.
What's on at Old Red Lion Theatre
The Old Red Lion gets Christmassy with this contemporary adaptation of Charles Dickens's 'A Christmas Carol' from Neil Bartlett. Only six actors tell (and sing) the story of Scrooge and his other-worldly visitations.
Affable sketch troupe Casual Violence present this sitcom podcast. 'Hector vs the Future' is written by CV's lead writer, James Hamilton, and James Huntrods, and you can catch two episodes being recorded here, live.
Fringe theatre the Old Red Lion gets into the alt-Christmas mood with this production from What-A-Charming Theatre Company, directed by Ross Howard. 'Charming' is a chaotic, slapstick poke at the idea of fairy tales and happily ever after, as it tells...
A new play from Ella Carmen Greenhill about disenfranchised youth and the politics of protest. Jonathan O'Boyle directs the two-hander which follows Danny and Nina, who are struggling and trapped in a cycle of poverty and strike up a friendship at the...