Initially established in 1982 as an offshoot of The Gate, Theatre 503 is a stalwart of the London fringe that enjoyed a dazzling moment in the spotlight when its 2009 premiere production of Kaitori Hall's 'The Mountaintop' transferred to the West End and beat Jez Butterworth 'Jerusalem' to the Best New Play Olivier. Clearly that's not an annual occurance, but the theatre is serious about its new writing and pumps out a steady stream of productions that are indubitably worth a look if you want to check out the stars of tomorrow.
It sits about the Latchmere Pub, a spacious, agreeable boozer that recently had a gastro makeover.
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Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism, still goes far less diagnosed in women than in men. It’s why Amy Shindler chose to put 25-year-old AS sufferer Sarah (Rae Brogan) at the centre of her first stage play. She flies to London from the States to visit...Drama Until Sunday October 9 2016Read more
The Acedian Pirates
Jay Taylor's new play is a riff on Greek mythology that explores the moral ambiguity of military occupation. Jacob has been at war for six years, but he's unsure why. This production is from the team behind the hit 'Land of Our Fathers', which transferred...Drama Wednesday October 26 2016 - Saturday November 19 2016Read more
Scrooge and the Seven Dwarfs
Nope, that's not a typo of Dickensian proportions: this alternative family panto is a very silly mash-up of two seasonal favourites. Comedy trio Sleeping Trees will play all the parts in their pared-down pantomime adventure. It explores what happens when...Panto Tuesday November 22 2016 - Saturday January 7 2017Read more
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This play is not only very funny it is also very moving. It has hidden depths and is multi layered . The four characters are beautifully fleshed out and each character has a journey within the play. Dog Days is unpredictable and never boring. The young couple, the suited and booted Tony, and Hayley all height and eyeliner are a strong contrast to the older couple of John and Cate. Optmism and youth square up to age and maturity when the tussle of the house selling process begins. What seems a straightforward sale is far from that...and this hilarious romps leads the audience into the dark waters of love loss and real estate. This is theatre at its best...entertaining relevant ...laugh out loud. It is so funny and witty..I defy anybody not to laugh.