Theatre Royal Stratford East

Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square, London, E15 1BN
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The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin

Coming-of-age story following Viveca, a young girl from a middle class LA family whose dream is to become a dancer.

Wed 1 Feb

Thu 2 Feb

Fri 3 Feb

…and 26 more dates until 11 Mar

Fomo & Status Update

Students from Petchey Players perform Fomo and Stratford School take on Status Update by Tim Etchells as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

Le Gateau Chocolat: Black

An intimate portrait of Nigerian singer Le Gateau Chocolat's life, examining his hopes, fears and battle with depression.

…and 2 more dates until 8 Apr

The Monstrum & Extremism

The Monstrum by Kellie Smith is performed by Bodens Performing Arts and Extremism by Anders Lustgarten by Theatre Royal Stratford East Youth Theatre + Company as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

The Monstrum & Status Update

Students from Act 2 Academy perform The Monstrum by Kellie Smith and Greig City Academy play Fomo by Suhayla El-Bushra as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

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The Monstrum & Yolo

The Monstrum by Kellie Smith is performed by Queens Theatre and Yolo by Matthew Bulgo by Churchill Theatre as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

Musical Differences & Status Update

Musical Differences by Robin French is performed by Woodbridge High School and Status Update by Tim Etchells by Lister Company as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

My Country - A Work In Progress

  • Directed by: Rufus Norris
  • Written by: Carol Ann Duffy

Rufus Norris, Director of the National Theatre, collaborates with Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy on a provocative performance, which uses the exact words of interviews taken in the days after the EU referendum with people around the country. Starring Seema Bowri, Cavan Clarke, Adam Ewan and Laura Elphinstone.

Mon 19 Jun

Tue 20 Jun

Wed 21 Jun

…and 9 more dates until 1 Jul

Sinbad The Sailor

A traditional pantomime featuring original music, audience participation and comedy for all ages. Directed by Kerry Michael.

Thu 19 Jan

£15; £10–£22.50; £14.50–£25.50; £10–£22.50 7pm; £14.50–£25.50; £17.50–£28.50

Fri 20 Jan

£15; £10–£22.50; £14.50–£25.50; £10–£22.50 7pm; £14.50–£25.50; £17.50–£28.50

Sat 21 Jan

£15; £10–£22.50; £14.50–£25.50; £10–£22.50 7pm; £14.50–£25.50; £17.50–£28.50

Thisbe: Door Ajar Theatre

The play looks at the life of the daughter of Helena and Demetrius from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and how her parent's love affects her. Written by Samantha Sutherland and directed by Roberta Zuric.

…and 2 more dates until 25 Feb

The Who's Tommy

Peter Townshend's epic rock musical based on The Who's 1969 concept album about the pinball-playing boy.

Tue 6 Jun

Wed 7 Jun

…and 7 more dates until 17 Jun

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