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DNA by Dennis Kelly
"So, we're all peggin them. Laughing. And his face, it's just making you laugh harder and harder, and they're getting nearer and nearer. And one hits his head. And the shock on his face is so...funny. And we're all just..."
DNA by Dennis Kelly is a play about a group of teenagers who do something bad, really bad, then panic and cover it up. Now a play studied in schools and popular among young people. It questions people's morals and what is right.
This is a special FREE production as part of our "Theatre for All" project which aims at making theatre accessible to all.
At The Baron's Court Theatre, London
Sunday 8th March 2020
3.30pm & 6.30pm
All Tickets must be pre-booked
By Julia Donaldson
"A mouse took a stroll through the deep dark wood.
A fox saw the mouse and the mouse looked good..."
Following last year’s wonderful successful storytelling of The Room on the Broom, The Story Box Theatre group are back. This time our community theatre group for adults aged 50 and over will be bringing the Gruffalo to life with puppets and oral storytelling.
Supported by The Arts Council, Tesco Bags for Life and Epping Forest Council, this is a special Free event for families.
Monday 23rd March 2.00PM
Thursday 26th March 2.15PM
*Please visit the library to reserve your tickets*
RED RIDING HOOD
Brought to you by the new Women Unscene Theatre Project. The classic fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood gets a new retelling using puppets and including some old and new characters.
Supported by The Epping Forest Council and The Puppet Soup Theatre Company, this is a special family treat performed at the Loughton Library.
Thursday 27th February 2.15PM
Saturday 29th February 2.00PM
MY BOY DANNY
By Alfie James
“Every night, I stand here watching out the window waiting for him to jump over that fence to come home. But every night I see you there instead.”
This new play by award-winning playwright Alfie James is given it’s first performance. Set on the backdrop of a London community and exploring issues of knife crime and hate crime and revealing effect which it has upon those left behind.
AN INSPECTOR CALLS
By J.B. Priestley
“Two hours ago, a young woman died in the infirmary…she’d swallowed a lot of strong disinfectant. Burnt her inside out….”
Arthur Birling is holding a family dinner party to celebrate his daughter’s engagement. Into this cosy scene intrudes the harsh figure of a Police Inspector investigating the suicide of a young working-class woman.
THE SPITFIRE CLUB
By Alfie James
Norman and his friends weren’t set away to be evacuated. Stuck in London during the Blitz, they watch first-hand what life was like in Redbridge during the Second World War and how a community came together.
Created as part of the Hope and Glory Community Project using stories and events shared and researched by residents in Redbridge. Supported by The Heritage Lottery Fund and Redbridge Museum and Learning Centre.
Friday 24th April
At The Redbridge Drama Centre
2.00pm - Schools Performance
7.30pm - Public Performance
Tickets: £6 each
*Book Office Opening soon*
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS
By Lewis Carroll
Our Black Dog Theatre Creation Camden Project in connection with the West Euston Partnership will be performing their first ever performance.
Adapted from the classic book by Lewis Carroll, join Alice as she falls through into Wonderland and meets a range of fun and strange characters.
The Black Dog Theatre Creation is a 6-month project supporting adults suffering from poor confidence and self-esteem. Supported by The Arts Council, West Euston Partnership and The Camden People’s Theatre.
WHEN? Sunday 10th May 3.00pm
WHERE? Camden People's Theatre
TICKETS: £6 EACH