Network Theatre

Network Theatre
246A Lower Road, Waterloo, London, SE1 8SF
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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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Balancing Acts

Balancing acts invites you to share in intimate stories of struggle, strength and resistance. This solo-performance uses film, verbatim, and physical theatre to open up and respond to intimate interviews with six individuals dealing with depression, uncovering the unique ways they find to cope: from diving to boxing, sex…

Wed 25 Jan

Thu 26 Jan

Fri 27 Jan

…and 2 more dates until 29 Jan

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…

…and 2 more dates until 5 Mar

Blindside

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

Wed 1 Mar

Thu 2 Mar

Fri 3 Mar

…and 2 more dates until 5 Mar

Bloody Mary: In Service to the True God

Rape, burnings, beheadings and religious persecution run rife as England's first Queen Regnant, newly reunited with a politicised Pope, tries to untangle service to God from service to the self. Written and directed by award-winning playwright Bernie C. Byrnes.

…and 2 more dates until 12 Feb

Crocodile

Matthew Maltby directs Joe Eyre's dark comedy about parents Alan and Jane and their daughter Sarah who is a crocodile.

Wed 1 Feb

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Fri 3 Feb

…and 2 more dates until 5 Feb back to top

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.

…and 2 more dates until 5 Mar

Notflix

Because everything is better as a musical. Total sell out show Edinburgh Fringe 2016. The best/worst movies generated from the ghastly depths of audience suggestion, musicalised with a live band. Funny Women and Laughing Horse New Act of the Year Semi Finalists 2015 and Sunday Times, Marie-Claire and Elle Magazine’s…

…and 2 more dates until 29 Jan

Notflix

An improvised musical on the worst film suggestions going.

Wed 25 Jan

Thu 26 Jan

Fri 27 Jan

…and 2 more dates until 29 Jan

Thought To Flesh

Physical theatre and spoken word drawing on true experiences about living with motor neurone disease, performed by Birds Of Passage.

Wed 22 Feb

Thu 23 Feb

Fri 24 Feb

…and 2 more dates until 26 Feb

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