|Venue name:||Network Theatre|
246a Lower Road
|Transport:||Tube: Waterloo; Rail: Waterloo|
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Helen Duff: When The Going Gets Duff
Helen Duff's 'Vanity Bites Back' was a clowning cookery show that got rave reviews from Edinburgh's food-spattered comedy critics. 'When the Going Gets Duff' is a riotously silly solo show about life's sillier side - and going by the owl-filled poster...Stand-up Wednesday February 22 2017 - Sunday February 26 2017
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Small, but friendly theatre in Waterloo which produces high quality productions. Cried with laughter during their Apocalypse the Musical show.
In the past year this historic theatre underneath the station, in operation since the end of the war I believe, has put on increasingly excellent plays and productions, like Caesar, 5/11 by Edward Kemp, Apocalypse the musical and Volpone. It's a little gem of London that deserves to be put in the spotlight
A wonderful little space, tucked away under Waterloo Station. Fantastic resident and visiting company productions, events and workshops and the very warmest and most enthusiastic people you could wish to meet. And there's a bar!
This venue provides opportunities not just to see theatre but to be involved. Right in the centre of London!
A hidden gem under Waterloo Station - a well equipped, better than fringe theatre, hosting productions by resident Network Theatre Company and visiting companies, at very reasonable prices
A hidden gem of a theatre in the heart of London. Londolist had this to say when compiling its list of London's Top 10 Fringe Theatres in 2012: "Many of London’s fringe venues could be described as hidden, but the word is most appropriate for the Network Theatre, which is situated on an industrial approach road beneath Waterloo station that doesn’t appear on many maps! As you make your way to the Network for the first time, you’ll be struck by the feeling that you’ve taken a wrong turn or at least you’re in a place you shouldn’t be. Lorries manoeuvre around you as they drop produce off in the loading bays that the venue counts as neighbours. An odd location, granted, but one which is not without its own curious charm. Once inside, it boasts a large stage for a fringe venue along with flexible seating that gives the space a real adaptability for hosting different types of performance. The Theatre has its own amateur company but also stages a range of professional productions. This year, the Network’s collaborative production ofThe TempestwithKipper Tie Theatrehas been selected by the Royal Shakespeare Company to appear as part of their ‘Open Stages Showcase’ season at Questors Theatre in Ealing. Find the Network (if you can!) at 246A Lower Road, Waterloo, London, SE1 8SF