St Bride Foundation
- Telephone 020 7353 3331
- Website www.stbridefoundation.org
The Bridewell Theatre opened in 1994, breathing new life and purpose into a long derelict Victorian swimming pool.
Currently we are a 'receiving house'; just about anyone can hire the facilities and put on a show here. Our annual programme includes productions by amateurs, professionals, colleges, schools, opera companies, magicians, lecturers, the entire show business spectrum. Additionally, since 2005, we are home to Lunchbox, a bite-sized slot where local City workers can bring their own food and drink and enjoy a 45-minute performance, satisfying the mind as well as the appetite.
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Fire And Phoenix
Kenneth Michaels directs Kate Glover's drama about the Great Fire Of London performed by Historia Theatre Company. The story begins in the bakery of Thomas Farynor, Kings Baker, where the fire starts. Soon, London is consumed and Thomas and his family, and hundreds of others, must flee their homes to escape the raging…
On The Twentieth Century
On the Twentieth Century is a screwball comedy with book and lyrics by the team behind Singin’ in the Rain *and music by Cy Coleman, who brought us *Sweet Charity *and *City of Angels. Set on a luxury train in the 1920s, it focuses on egomaniacal theatre producer Oscar Jaffee and his volatile personal and professional…
Pirates Of Penzance
One of Gilbert and Sullivan's best-loved operettas, about the clumsy pirates trying to find wives for themselves among the female population of Penzance.
Presented by the London Ballet Company Back again by popular demand at a poignant time of the year, The London Ballet Company are marking Remembrance Day - Armistice Day with the much loved production, Poppy. 2014 marked the centenary of the First World War. The war, it was proclaimed, to end all wars! The London Ballet…