Tag: Theatre London Bridge

A Christmas Carol at the Bridge Theatre

Published on 09th December 2020

A Christmas Carol didn’t just invent Christmas as we know it. It’s also scary, joyful, spooky, hilarious, furious, beautiful, and a triumphant declaration that even the hardest heart can melt. Three outstanding actors – Simon Russell Beale, Patsy Ferran and Eben Figueiredo – come together to tell the story and play all the parts. Find out more/book tickets Photo by Manuel Harlan

Quarter Life Crisis at the Bridge Theatre

Published on 28th August 2020

After a sell out performance in 2017, Yolanda Mercy is back with her hit theatre and radio show Quarter Life Crisis at the Bridge Theatre. Alicia is a hot mess. She doesn’t know what she’s doing with her life. Swiping left, swiping right to find the perfect match. Even though she’s a Londoner, born and bred, the scent of Lagos peppers her existence in the ends. Everyone around her seems to know where they’re going in life, but she’s just trying to find ways to cheat growing up and keep her 16-25 railcard. What does it mean to be an adult and when do you become one? Quarter Life Crisis mixes addictive baselines and spoken word. Winner: Underbelly Untapped Award Featured: British Council Artist to Watch list Book tickets

Beat The Devil at the Bridge Theatre

Ralph Fiennes stars in Beat The Devil; a covid monologue directed by Nicholas Hytner at the Bridge Theatre. Covid-19 seems to be a sort of dirty bomb, thrown into the body to cause havoc.  On the same day that the UK government finally made the first of two decisive interventions that led to a conspicuously late lockdown, David Hare contracted Covid-19. Nobody seemed to know much about it then, and many doctors are not altogether sure they know much more today. Suffering a pageant of apparently random symptoms, Hare recalls the delirium of his illness, which mixed with fear, dream, honest medicine and dishonest politics to create a monologue of furious urgency and power. Book tickets

THE WOLF, THE DUCK AND THE MOUSE

Published on 30th October 2019

Join the Unicorn Theatre this Christmas for the stage adaptation of Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen’s brilliantly subversive picture book which finds joy and friendship in the darkest and most unusual of places. One day Mouse is gobbled up by a wolf. ‘Oh woe’ says Mouse, who fears this must be the end. But then we discover Duck, who was, until Mouse arrived, taking a nap. As it turns out, it’s pretty nice living inside the belly of the beast with a new friend. There’s delicious food, dancing and – better still – no more fear of being eaten! Meanwhile, outside in the forest, things aren’t quite as rosy for Wolf who is being stalked by a hunter. Realising their fates are intertwined, Duck and Mouse hatch a winning plan… Book tickets

Gnomus – The Caretaker of the Earth

Published on 13th May 2019

Gnomus – Caretaker of the Earth By Puppets with GUTS Come and meet Gnomus who will be checking every leaf and every flower in the London Bridge area to inspire a new generation of conservationists. Gnomus, the caretaker of plants and stories, unearths untold facts about climate change and the environment. This bumbling, gentle giant is kind and friendly engaging families in themes of extinction and conservation. Recommended for ages 6 and over. Commissioned and presented by Team London Bridge, National Parks City Week and Potters Fields Park Management Trust, with funding from Arts Council England. Dates and times Melior Street Community Garden, 60 – 68 St Thomas Street, SE1 3QU – Friday 26 July  – 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm Potters Fields Park, Tooley Street, SE1 2AA – Saturday 27 July – 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm St. John’s Churchyard, Tower Bridge Road / Tooley Street, SE1 2AJ – Saturday 27 July 1pm & 3pm   FREE atlondonbridge.com puppetswithguts.com

Alys, Always at the Bridge Theatre

Published on 03rd January 2019

Joanne Froggatt and Richard Glenister star in Alys, Always, premiering at the Bridge Theatre on 25th February. Lucinda Coxon, the writer behind 2015 film The Danish Girl, adapts Harriet Lane’s debut novel in this gripping psychological thriller.  Frances works on the books pages of a Sunday newspaper. She’s quiet and capable, but nobody takes much notice: her face is pressed to the window, on the outside, looking in. One evening, driving back to London after visiting her infuriating parents, she comes across an upturned car crumpled on the side of the road. She waits with the injured driver, Alys Kyte, until the ambulance arrives. Later, when Alys’s famous family gets in touch, Frances finds herself for the first time ushered into the world on the other side of the window. And she begins to wonder: what would it take to become a player? Book tickets

A Very Very Very Dark Matter

A Very Very Very Dark Matter at Bridge Theatre

Published on 02nd October 2018

The Bridge Theatre presents a new production: ‘A Very Very Very Dark Matter’. A world premiere by Martin McDonagh. In a townhouse in Copenhagen works Hans Christian Andersen, a teller of exquisite and fantastic children’s tales beloved by millions. But the true source of his stories dwells in his attic upstairs, her existence a dark secret kept from the outside world. As dangerous, twisted and funny as his National Theatre and Broadway hit The Pillowman, Martin McDonagh’s new play travels deep into the abysses of the imagination. More Info/ Book Tickets