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The London Theatre listings from March to June 2014

The London TheatreThe London Theatre has a busy schedule lined up for the next few months, including what we can only hope will be during Spring and Summer!

Tues 25th  to Sun 30th March 8pm (Sunday 5pm)
LOLITA adapted from the novel by Vladimir Nabokov
One man’s obsession with a teenage girl- this production follows the Stanley Kubrick take on the classic with Clare Quilty, a lesser character in the book, taking on a more active role.

Tues 1st to Sun 6th April 8pm (Sunday 5pm)
ROMEO and JULIET by William Shakespeare
With a rock n’ roll soundtrack, the Montague boys hit the town and cause havoc at the Capulet’s sophisticated party. Old rivalries return to the surface and playful masculine violence spills to the street; will two young lovers desire for each other spiral the battle between families into a dangerous game of life and death? Why should the traditions of the past dictate the generation of today? Set in an era where family  traditions and youthful dreams stand in conflict; Venture Wolf presents an action packed, funny and tragic new production of Shakespeare’s classic romance.

Tues 8th to Sun 13th April 8pm (Sunday 5pm)
A sinister riot, Package Deals: Gunshots Included is the roaring new comedy of errors which will leave both you and the cast in stitches. Brought to you by MajorProductions, Package Deals: Gunshots Included sees the employees of Starfish Travel’s lives plunged into turmoil when a misguided stranger holds the agency ransom. Realising his mistake the gunman soon loses conviction only for Sheryl, the more bold of Starfish’s staff, to seize the reigns whilst her unwitting colleague ‘plays’ along as hostage. Matters escalate to ridiculous extremes as the fumbling police force scramble to bring the incident to an end and a trigger happy finger reaches for the gun.

Fri 9th May 8pm
IDA is a respected and vibrant folk songstress with an international following who headlined at the 2010 Alamenda Festival in the USA and who also soloed with The Berkeley Opera. We are pleased to be one of the chosen venues for her 2014 tour and the night promises to be a mixture folk and banter with an uniquely eclectic blend of traditional and modern tunes ranging from ‘The Drunken Scot’ to ‘The Parting Glass’.

Tues 20th to Sun 25th May 8pm  (Sun 5pm)
MEDEA by Euripides; translated by Gilbert Murray
An ancient Greek tragedy based on the myth of Jason and Medea. The plot centers around the barbarian protagonist as she finds her position in her world threatened, and the revenge she takes against her husband, Jason, who has betrayed her for another woman. Directed by Mara Pelto.

Tues 3rd June to Sun 8th June 8pm (Sunday 5pm)

Thurs 19th June to Sat 21st June (performed in Polish)
Tues 24th to 6th July (performed in English)
JOY DIVISION -The Nazi Sex Slaves Story

Sat 12th July  10am – 6pm

Tues 9th Sept to Sun 14th 8pm (Sun 5pm)
Bouncers by John Godber

Tues 14th Oct to Sun 19th Oct 8pm (Sun 5pm)
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by William Shakespeare

443 New Cross Road
New Cross
SE14 6TA
Box office 0208 694 1888
Nearest station (NEW CROSS BR)

Tuesday 18th February 2014


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