Outstanding production of Romeo and Juliet directed by a young female American producer that gives a fresh take on this play. Here we find seven young actors playing fourteen parts, effortlessly changing from one to another. Totally captivating, we were thoroughly immersed in the emotions portrayed and entertained by the moments of humour, found in this piece. See it while you can
Rosemary Branch Theatre
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Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
With space for 67, this bonbon-sized theatre serves the area sandwiched between Angel and Shoreditch and is a local treasure. The site’s entertainment roots stretch back to Victorian times, records suggesting the then music hall played host to Marie Lloyd, Little Titch and possibly even Charlie Chaplin. In 1992 artistic directors Cecilia Darker and Cleo Sylvestre took hold of the reigns, refurbishing the pub theatre and putting on a safe mix of plays, music and exhibitions.
What's on at Rosemary Branch Theatre
Cross-dressing star Vesta Tilley is the focus of this one-woman show from Off the Fence theatre company. Tom Glover's play has the male impersonator sitting in her dressing room and reliving her roles, the songs she performed in the war and her role in...
A double bill of plays from The Bridge Productions from Europe. In 'Picnic', by Spanish playwright Fernando Arrabal, the surreal absurdity of war is explored through the eyes of one soldier. 'Eastern European for Dummies' is a light hearted, satirical...