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REVIEW: Grand Hotel at Southwark Playhouse

Berlin, 1928, and the city's most luxurious hotel is open for business. As the bell boys and maids glide silently through the corridors, an eclectic collection of guests emerge from their rooms, each with startlingly different stories that begin somewhere else, only to become inextricably...

REVIEW: Carrie The Musical at the Southwark Playhouse

The world isn’t a friendly place for Carrie White. Agonisingly shy, she’s made it all the way to her final year of high school without ever having made a friend, face to the floor as “weirdo” catcalls ring out in the corridors. They laugh at...

LOOK AHEAD: Carrie The Musical at the Southwark Playhouse

It has been announced that Carrie: The Musical will receive its London premiere in The Large at Southwark Playhouse from Friday 1 to Saturday 30 May. A taunted and terrified seventeen-year-old misfit, Carrie White has a burning secret...

REVIEW: Gods and Monsters at the Southwark Playhouse

Call me presumptuous if you will, but I'd hazard a guess that when you clicked the link to this review, you didn't consciously ask the muscles or tendons in your finger to contract in a pressing motion. Your brain just handled it, without you even...

CASTING: Full Casting Announced for Danielle Tarento’s Gods and Monsters

Director - Russell Labey Producer and Casting Director - Danielle Tarento Costume Designer - Jason Denvir Lighting Designer - Mike Robertson Sound Designer - John Chambers Projection Designer - Louise Rhoades-Brown Image Credit - Annabel Vere Frankenstein director James Whale, long forgotten by the studios and in reclusive Hollywood retirement has fallen...

REVIEW: Bat Boy the Musical at Southwark Playhouse

For a moment suspend your ability (and desire) to discern the plausible from the implausible. Take your mind to Hope Falls, or rather to “a cave many miles to the south,” of Hope Falls, where a boy, half human, half bat, has been found living...

CASTING: Bat Boy the Musical at Southwark Playhouse

Direction - Luke Fredericks Choreography - Joey McKneely Set and costume design - Stewart Charlesworth Casting - Will Burton CDG Full casting has been announced for Bat Boy: The Musical, which will sink its fangs into the London stage in a brand new production in The Large at Southwark...

REVIEW: Next Fall at the Southwark Playhouse

Modern day New York, and Luke (Martin Delaney) is lying in a hospital bed, unconscious and unaware of the emotional turmoil hanging heavy in the air of the waiting room. Outside, his devoutly Christian – yet divorced – parents hold vigil with his friends and...