Did you know there is another theatre just down the road?
A year ago, Theatre N16 moved to the Bedford in Balham and presented a wide variety of 4 and 5 star rated shows; transfers into central London venues and to Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.
Autumn season opens with Torn Apart (Dissolution), returning after a critically acclaimed run last year, followed by Robert Crighton’s zombified Shakespeare in Undead Bard. Late October sees new work as part of a collaboration with alumni of Queen Mary's University, plus Red Cape Black Cape returning after a sell-out at the Edinburgh Fringe, plus a new Dracula adaptation Lunatic over Halloween. There will also be a one-off performance of critically-acclaimed play Frank Sumatra.
November brings In Love and Warcraft, by Madhuri Shekar, followed by our next First Credit, featuring actors given their first professional credits. The Underground Clown Club will return with one-off specials in November with new material, and new company, Vantage Point, will premiere their new piece in early December.
December brings panto: an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen alongside a brand new piece, Wellies, written by Tatty Hennessey and Simon Stephen’s Christmas, a rather darker look at Yuletide.