February – March 2018
Thank you all those who came to the Open Day last week. It was great to see so many of you and show you our brilliant new venue.
Remember – if anyone you know is looking for secure and stylish offices – we are offering desks in lockable offices which you can share with friends or colleagues for £200 per desk per month! Check out the website for more details.
What Our Members Are Up To
- If you’ve ever thought of creating a one-person show, award-winning player-playwright Robert Cohen can help you build a framework to get started. Held on 1 April at the Rialto Theatre in Brighton.
- The first London production of Andrew Sharpe’s piece Meet Me at the Nightingale will be part of Theatre In the Pound at the Cockpit Theatre on 16 April. Tickets for only £1!
- Ros Adler’s Judgment Day (as picked up by Talkback) plays at The Comedy Project over at Soho Theatre tonight. Justin Brett leads a fabulous cast.
- Keya Crenshaw will perform in I Don’t Want to Be & Mother’s Day, both by Lisa B. Thompson at the Columbus Dance Theatre, Ohio. The plays are featuring in Black Women Strong – An Evening of Short Plays. Shows are 6, 7, 13, and 14 April.
- Tom Latter and Scaffold Shakespeare Company are running 8 workshops on Shakespeare plays, March to June, on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. For full details head to their website.
- Lara Genovese, Evy Barry, and Rebecca Hands-Wicks are all involved in Naiad Productions’s final Scratch Night performance tonight at the Old Red Lion Theatre – an evening of short plays inspired by the fantastic Pedro Almodóvar.
- Julie Binysh will be appearing in One Last Waltz at the Greenwich Theatre from 9-17 Mar.
- Sarah Lawrie will appear at The Space Theatre until 10 Mar in Burn Bright Theatre’s fearless, feminist retelling of Frankenstein. Get £5 off by using code SOSO9 online or on the door.
- Kat-Anne Rogers will be directing Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea at the Maltings Theatre in St Albans from 8-17 Mar.
- Marnie Nash‘s production of Love’s Labour’s Lost in Unfold Theatre’s production at the Rose Theatre Bankside opens tomorrow, and Nicholas Delvalle plays in the cast.