Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
This forward-thinking pub theatre is dedicated to freshly-baked writing, artistic directors Paul Robinson doing a sterling job of rooting out brave new works for their tiny stage. Having launched in 2002 with an outstanding line up that included writers such as Dennis Kelly, Phil Porter and Rachael Wagstaff, the ambitious 65-seater has since had great success, most notably winning an Olivier for best new play (Katori Hall’s ‘The Mountaintop’) in 2010.
What's on at Theatre 503
Boris and Sergey – a couple of leathery, foot-high filthy charmers – are the stars of this semi-improvised grown-up bunraku puppet show. The puppeteers' visibility does nothing to undermine the characters' seedy allure, ranging from amusing double-act...
Fringe, Cabaret, Drama
After opening at Theatre503's 'Thatcherwrite' festival earlier this year, Matt Tedford returns with his cross-dressing version of the Iron lady. Watch as Mags gets lost in London's notoriously saucy Soho on the eve of the vote for Section 28. Jon Brittain...