Shoreditch Town Hall is a grand old 1865 building that fills its capacious rooms with a determinedly experimental collection of performance art and theatre shows. You never quite know if you'll end up in the cavernous main space, the ritzy ballroom, or one of the many tucked-away spaces that lurk off its long corridors. But Shoreditch Town Hall's charm is in its slightly scruffy, improvised approach - and the pop-up bars that are always on hand to make for cool post-show hangout spots.
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The Pitchfork Disney
‘It’s survival of the sickest’. Philip Ridley’s 1991 play is the theatre equivalent of a video nasty, and the cockroach-eating carny character who stalks through it is proud to announce that he makes a living from grossing people out. After a long series...Experimental Until Saturday March 18 2017
There’s no one quite like Philip Ridley to dig squeam-free into the viscera of human minds. He's been doing it since ‘The Pitchfork Disney’, his debut play 26 years ago which helped define a new, gruesome movement of British writing; he's doing it still...Contemporary theatre Thursday March 2 2017 - Saturday April 8 2017