Putney Arts Theatre

Putney Arts Theatre
Ravenna Road, London, SW15 6AW
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As You Like It

Love blossoms among the trees as lovers Rosalind and Orlando are banished to the Forest of Arden. Together with shepherds and exiled courtiers they become enmeshed in a web of romance and deception as wise-cracking, fast-talking Rosalind puts gentle Orlando’s affection to the test. In the enchanted woods…

Tue 20 Jun

£8–£14 / 020 8788 6943

Wed 21 Jun

£8–£14 / 020 8788 6943

Thu 22 Jun

£8–£14 / 020 8788 6943

…and 2 more dates until 24 Jun

As You Like It (Open Air Performances)

The performance will take place in Putney Old Burial Ground, which is situated just minutes from Putney Arts Theatre on Upper Richmond Road. We recommend audience members bring a picnic blanket to sit on (and a picnic, if they like). Tickets should be collected from the theatre and the theatre bar will…

An Audience With Shurl

An Audience With Shurl (Sue Bevan) Nominated for * Outstanding Performance Award, *Prague Fringe. What’s a girl to do when at just fifteen she’s forced to give up her new-born for adoption? Follow our tragicomic Shurl in her search for connection in an ever-shifting landscape. ★★★★ ‘Storytelling at its very…

Wed 24 May

In Basildon (A Rehearsed Reading)

“People always get the wrong idea about Essex, don’t they?”. Len’s on his deathbed and the family gather to say their farewells. His sisters still aren’t speaking after nearly 20 years. His nephew is trying for a baby, and a bigger house, while his best mate, Ken, remembers Basildon when it was still a village. Putney…

Sat 29 Jul

Love In The Time Of Tinder

Meeting new people is hard. Falling in love is even harder. In a city filled with people, how do you find that special person when life is moving so fast? Dating is complicated, emotional and maybe even the most fun you can have with your clothes on… or off! PTC New Writing’s latest production brings a…

Tue 23 May

Wed 24 May

Thu 25 May

…and 2 more dates until 27 May

My Mother Said I Never Should

First performed in Manchester in 1978 this moving play has since been translated into 22 languages and performed all over the world from London to Japan. The story moves through the lives of four generations of an ordinary northern family – grandmother, mother, daughter and granddaughter and is a warm…

Tue 9 May

Wed 10 May

Thu 11 May

…and 2 more dates until 13 May

Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery

A radio play that's recorded in front of a live audience. Miss McSkimming must solve her biggest case yet, with mystery, comedy and hilarious sound effects added to the mix.

Sat 13 May

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