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Theatre

A Right Mess of a Fundraiser

 

Date
Friday 1 February
Time
8:00 pm
Ticket price
£10.00
Online booking (incurs 10% booking fee)
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To avoid the online booking fee please ring the box office on 020 7701 0100


A Right Mess of a Fundraiser

Forget dull, dreary February days...

Right Mess Theatre are here to bring you an evening of Cabaret splendour as they raise funds to bring their new show Alcatraz to New Horizon Youth Centre for homeless young people. You can find out more about New Horizon and the work they do here.

Line up still to be announced. Follow @RightMessThtr on twitter to see who will be gracing the Blue Elephant stage on the 1st February.

Alcatraz by Nathan Lucky Wood is a thrilling play about family and social care that follows Sandy on her daring, Christmas mission to emulate Clint Eastwood and bust her gran out of lock-up. It will premiere at the Vault Festival 2019.


Theatre

The Balancing Act

 

Date
Tuesday 5 March
Time
8:00 pm
Ticket price
FREEFREEFREE

Join us at Blue Elephant Theatre in supporting emerging talent and to celebrate the achievements of Women Internationally. The Balancing Act will be a night of brand new works in progress, diversity and acts that will leave you wanting to take action against gender inequality! #balanceforbetter

You can book tickets via this link:
https://thebalancingactscratch.eventbrite.co.uk


Theatre

LunchBreaks

 

Dates
Friday 15 March - Saturday 16 March
Time
8:00 pm
Days of the week
Friday and Saturday
Ticket price
£10.00
£9.00 (concessions)
£8.00 (southwark residents)

Humans are creatures of habit.

We concentrate on some characters as they spend part of their lunch break in a London Square over a period of time from winter to spring. They all have habits which could, if not already, turn into addictions.
The one habit which is general to all of them is the one that leads them to use the same two benches in the Square. We see how their lives unfold during this period.

LunchBreaks is a black comedy by writer Brian Beaton.