Southwark Playhouse

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    77-85
    Southwark Playhouse Newington Causeway
    London
    SE1 6BD

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As You Like It

Fringe, Drama, Shakespeare

Derek Bond directs a new version of Shakespeare's pastoral comedy 'As You Like It' where Rosalind is forced into exile and to disguise herself as... (yep, you guessed it) a man. Sally Scott plays Rosalind, while Harry Livingston plays her love Orlando....

  1. Thu Sep 18 – Sat Oct 18
  2. Southwark Playhouse
  3. £18, £16 concs
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Courting Drama

Fringe, Drama

A showcase of right new pieces, created between new collaborators over a three week period from Theatre Renegade.

Dogfight

Off-West End, Musicals

  • Rating: 2/5

‘Dogfight’ isn’t quite a dog’s dinner, but it’s a peculiarly unlovable musical, a stage adaptation of an obscure River Phoenix film about a group of Vietnam-bound marines locked in a contest to see who can pick up the ugliest girl.Not promising, but fearless...

Dogfight
  1. Thu Aug 28 – Sat Sep 13
  2. Southwark Playhouse
  3. £22, £18 concs. Runs 2hr 15min
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Eye of a Needle

Fringe, Drama

Chris MacDonald's play about immigration shoves together a Ugandan gay activist seeking asylum and a raver who loves dub step. Inspired by a real case - that of Brenda Namigadde in 2011 - MacDonald explores the catch-22 of our country's immigration system....

  1. Thu Aug 28 – Sat Sep 20
  2. Southwark Playhouse
  3. £10-£18, £16 concs
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Usagi Yojimbo

Kids' theatre, Fringe, Drama

Films based on comic books are all the rage at the moment, but plays based on comic books are a little harder to realise. Which means it will be interesting to see what this new adaptation of Stan Sakai's 30-year-old comic that featured the Teenage Mutant...

  1. Fri Nov 28 – Sun Jan 4 2015
  2. Southwark Playhouse
  3. £10-£18, £16 concs
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vivian l

vivian from new york

we are here for a short visit and are being driven nuts by your multiple addresses. you must make it clear that you have moved so people wanting to see the Tom Paine play from my country can find their way to you

Faye Dawson

I can't wait for these guys to get back to London Bridge, as they do some great intimate, thought-provoking and sometimes challenging pieces. One of the best fringe theatres in London, in an atmospheric venue in the arches.