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Network Theatre is a hidden gem - a 'better than fringe' theatre hidden under Waterloo Station in London. We feature productions from our in-house company, Network Theatre Company, as well as visiting companies.
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"How hard can Hamlet be?" An amateur dramatic society finds out in this comedy of errors as it stages the Bard's dark tragedy. Will the Stage Manager manage? Will the Ghost goose Ophelia? Will the bridge rolls at the after-show party hit their mark? Find out in this parody of back-stage drama.
Award-winning comedy about a girl with a glass eye, who recounts her life as a seven year old girl who wields her disability as a superpower. Written, co-directed and performed by Stephanie Morin-Robert
Helen Duff: When The Going Gets Duff
The writer and performer presents her latest routine of bold, subversive humour about fully exposed idiocy.
Maisie Says She Loves Me
Maisie Loves Sheldon. Sheldon inherited his father's love. Poor Maisie. Sheldon always wanted a big family. And now, you're it. Don't worry, he's gentle, and drinks are on him.
Match D'improvisation: Les Nains Pro Reçoivent La Fbi!
Match d'Improvisation au sommet! Les Nains Pro reçoivent la FBI, la French British Improvisation! Un match qui promet! Deux équipes francophones, un arbitre méchant méchant et un public, toi public, qui vote pour l'équipe qui fera battre ton coeur sur chaque improvisation! Ne manque cet événement unique…
Sat 11 Mar
Thought To Flesh
Physical theatre and spoken word drawing on true experiences about living with motor neurone disease, performed by Birds Of Passage.
Vault Festival: Blindside
Award-winning-eye-popping-comedy about a mischievous girl with a glass-eye. In a feat of riveting comedy, one-eyed-award-winning performer recounts her life as a feisty 7 year-old who wields her disability as a superpower. Having lost her eye to retinoblastoma, Morin-Robert never plays the story for pity. She shares…