Soho Theatre Announces Autumn/Winter 2011/2012 Season

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Soho Theatre Announces Autumn/Winter 2011/2012 Season

Artistic Director, Steve Marmion has announced the next season at Soho Theatre; with a vibrant and packed programme spanning Theatre, Comedy and Cabaret performed across three performane spaces (and the seminar room).

‘Football, true love, politics, our picks from Edinburgh, West End comedy transfers, a world tour and a Christmas treat for everyone - we've got it all at Soho Theatre this autumn.' Steve Marmion, Artistic Director

Season Highlights
Theatre: 18 New Plays

The behind the scenes world of British football moves centre stage in Georgia Fitch's new
play FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE, directed by Steve Marmion, presented in association with the RSC.
EX, an enchanting new play by Rob Young with songs in collaboration with Two's Company.
Based on former MP Chris Mullin's diaries, A WALK ON PART provides an insider's view of the last
and most turbulent decade in politics.
The most talked about show of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Ontroerend Goed's AUDIENCE makes
its London debut.
Christmas fun for all the family with the return of BAGPUSS.
Following great critical acclaim in Edinburgh and opening the London International Mime Festival,
Blind Summit's superb, Beckett based puppet show THE TABLE.
The return of the 2006 smash hit THE BEE in association with Japan's TMT, directed and performed by the legendary Hideki Noda and featuring the inimitable Kathryn Hunter, on its world tour.

Comedy & Cabaret: 26 Shows

TV and radio personality ANGIE LE MAR's new one woman show, In My Shoes.
DOCTOR BROWN brings his hilarious, award nominated show from Edinburgh, Becaves.
SAM SIMMONS returns to after taking the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by storm
The award-winning TIM KEY brings his Edinburgh hit Masterslut for its London debut in December.
The exquisite BOURGEOIS AND MAURICE will be spreading seasonal joy in a new Christmas show.
Plus CARL-ELINAR HACKNER, Richard HerrING, SEAN HUGHES, JOSIE LONG and many more.

Emerging Companies & New Writing: 10 Writers Events

Nabakov bring their Edinburgh Fringe First-winning show, BUNNY.
Gideon Reeling's XMAS STARTIES offers up the most bizarre office Christmas party you will ever attend.
Performance storytelling from THE CRICK CRACK CLUB with their season of fairytales.
The best from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe making its London debut.
Plus new work from our SOHO HUB WRITERS and SOHO 6
Theatre
Fit and Proper People

Fri 07 Oct - Sat 05 Nov, 7.30pm

Thu & Sat matinees, 3pm

Press Night: Wed 12 Oct, 7.30pm

Soho Theatre Main House

By Georgia Fitch | Directed by Steve Marmion | Designed by Tom Piper

A SOHO THEATRE PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE Royal Shakespeare Company

Tickets £8 - £20
Casey Layton is back home. She's here to sort her club out and plans to get them back in the Premier League. Make it global. They have some problems to solve. The solution is obvious. Money. And Casey knows where to get it.
Set in the world of Championship football, FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE takes a hard look at our beautiful game. Transforming the theatre into a football stadium with real turf, floodlights and constant media coverage, Georgia Fitch exposes the backstage dealings that manufacture our national heroes and addresses the very topical question of who is running our social and cultural instituations.

Georgia Fitch is joint Writer in Residence at the Bush Theatre. Fitch's other plays include: Dirty Dirty Princess (National Theatre, Connections); I like Mine with a Kiss (Bush Theatre); Adrenalin...Heart (Bush Theatre and Tokyo InterNational Theatre Festival) and Arrivals (Old Red Lion). Steve Marmion's first season as Artistic Director of Soho Theatre began in May 2011; his credits at Soho Theatre include Anthony Neilson's Realism, Ed Harris' Mongrel Island and Anthony Neilson's much acclaimed Edward Gant's Amazing Feats of Loneliness. Tom Piper is the RSC Associate Designer, for the RSC he has designed over thirty productions including the History Cycle and Macbeth, which reopened the new RST in Stratford.

Terror

Wed 19 Oct - Sat 05 Nov, 7.45pm

Sat 05 Nov, 3.30pm

Soho Theatre Downstairs

A STICKING PLACE IN ASSOCIATION WITH SEABRIGHT PRODUCTION

Tickets £10 - £20
The UK's only annual festival of horror theatre returns for its eighth year. A controversial event that has consistently sold out and divided critics, prepare to be both terrified and thrilled by an evening of twisted tales, magic, cabaret and Halloween oddities. Contributors include Lucy Kirkwood, Julian Barrat, Jack Thorne, Tom Holloway, Carl Grose, Des O'Connor, Jonny Woo, Laura Corcoan, Sarah-Louise Young and Dusty Limits.


Ex - A Play with Songs

Thu 10 Nov - Sat 03 Dec

Thu & Sat matinees, 3pm

Press Night: Tue 15 Nov, 7.30pm

Soho Theatre Main House

By Rob Young | Music by Ross Lorraine | Directed by Tricia Horns

A TWO'S COMPANY & SOHO THEATRE PRODUCTION

Tickets £10 - £20
An unlikely couple: Ruby is funny and gawkily attractive, Jack a bit of a scruff but cocky. When they were together she let him walk all over her, but now Ruby looks great, is full of confidence and has a new lover, Keith, who she is about to emigrate to America with. But will her feelings for Jack return when she decides to meet him one last time...

Rob Young's enchanting new play with songs about four individuals on the search for true love is presented in collaboration with producer Graham Cowley and directors Ian Talbot OBE and Tricia Thorns' theatre company Two's Company, which they re-launched in 2003 with a series of critically acclaimed plays about the First World War.

Directed by Tricia Thorns whose credits include My Real War 1914-? (Trafalgar Studios and tour), Red Night (Finborough), What The Women Did (Southwark Playhouse), Forgotten Voices from the Great War (Pleasance), as well as a long acting career. Music by composer Ross Lorraine, whose theatre work includes Whistling Psyche (Almeida Theatre) and The Old Man and the Sea (Riverside Studios) with his classical and contemporary music having been performed in festivals throughout Europe, the USA and the Far East. Rob Young's theatre work includes; Surfing and Obsession (Battersea Arts Centre); The Man with the Absurdly Large Penis (Young Vic) and The Shoe Shop of Desire (Battersea Arts Centre). His first feature film, Miranda, starred John Hurt, Christina Ricci and Kyle MacLachlan, it premiered at Sundance and won the Audience Award at London's Raindance Film Festival.
A Walk on Part: The Fall of New Labour

Tue 15 Nov - Sat 10 Dec, 7.15pm

Thu & Sat matinees, 2.15pm

Press Night: Fri 18 Nov, 7.15pm

Soho Theatre Downstairs

From the diaries of Chris Mullin | Adapted for the stage by Michael Chaplin | Directed by Max Roberts

A LIVE THEATRE & SOHO THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH NEW WRITING NORTH

Tickets £10 - £15

Take a ringside seat and enjoy an insider's view of the last and most turbulent decade in politics as
the critically acclaimed and witty diaries of former MP for Sunderland South, Chris Mullin, are brought to
the stage.

Live Theatre and Soho Theatre bring Mullin's witty, irreverent take on contemporary politics to the stage, reflecting three worlds during a time of crisis and change - the febrile political village of Westminster, the flash points of Africa he toured as a Minister and the fragile community he served as an MP.

Chris MullinS BOOK TALK On Sat 03 Dec at 5pm Chris Mullins will be doing a Book Talk, about his new book A Walk on Part: Diaries 1994 - 1999 and audience Q+A. Tickets £5


Audience

Tue 06 Dec - Sat 07 Jan

Press Night: Fri 09 Dec, 7.30pm

Soho Theatre Main House

Directed by Alexander Devriendt | Written by Joeri Smet

AN ONTROEREND GOED AND Richard Jordan PRODUCTIONS LTD IN ASSOCIATION WITH VOORUIT (GHENT), THE DRUM THEATRE PLYMOUTH, AND SOHO THEATRE

Tickets £10 - £20
Enter the world of Ontroerend Goed, one of the world's most exciting, sexy, and dangerous theatre companies. Direct from its sell-out Edinburgh season and European tour; AUDIENCE makes its London premiere. Created and produced by the multi-award winning team behind global hits; Internal, The Smile Off Your Face and Once and For All We're Gonna Tell You Who We Are So Shut Up and Listen.

DEVELOPED WITH THE SUPPORT OF The National Theatre STUDIO

PRESENTED WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE FLEMISH COMMUNITY, THE PROVINCE OF EAST-FLANDERS & THE CITY OF GHENT


Bagpuss

Thu 22 Dec - Sun 08 Jan, 11am & 1pm

Matinees 29 & 30 Dec, 3pm

Soho Theatre Main House

Based on the original series by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin | Original music by Sandra Kerr and
Jon Faulkner | Adapted by Jonathan Lloyd

A SOHO THEATRE & BIRMINGHAM STAGE COMPANY PRODUCTION

Tickets £7.50 - £13.50

"Bagpuss, dear Bagpuss, old fat furry cat-puss..." Take a trip back to the world of Emily, the mice and their mice organ, Gabriel the toad, Madeleine the rag doll and Professor Yaffle the wooden woodpecker. All this within the shop where your broken and lost possessions will not be bought, but found!


Everyone's favourite saggy old cloth cat, Bagpuss, returns to Soho Theatre in this magical production featuring storytelling, songs and puppetry. The perfect treat for children of all ages and nostalgic parents!

BAGPUSS NATIONAL TOUR 2011

Birmingham 15 - 26 Nov, Sutton 28 Nov - 01 Dec, Canterbury 06 - 20 Dec

The Table

Tue 10 - Sat 21 Jan, 7.30pm

Thu & Sat matinees 3pm

Launch of 2012 London International Mime Festival: Wed 11 Jan

Soho Theatre Main House

Created by Blind Summit

PART OF THE 2012 LONDON INTERNATIONAL MIME FESTIVAL PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH SOHO THEATRE

Tickets £10 - £20

The new show from the innovators who created memorable puppetry for Anthony Minghella's award-winning Madam Butterfly, Simon McBurney's A Dog's Heart and their own sellout hits, 1984 and Low Life. Coming straight from their critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival Fringe run at the Pleasance, where they won a Fringe First.

Join them on a visual journey that takes in a story told entirely by pictures emerging from a briefcase, and a tiny Moses with a cardboard head full of lonely wisdom, with beautiful, three-person operated figures, dark humour and flat pack technology. No man is an island...but sometimes a puppet can be a table.

SUPPORTED BY JACKSON'S LANE INSPIRED BY ORIGINAL COMMISSION FROM YAD ARTS AND JCC

The Bee

Tue 24 Jan - Sat 11 Feb, 7.30pm

Thu & Sat matinees 3pm

Press Night: Thu 26 Jan, 7.30pm

Soho Theatre Main House

Adapted by Colin Teevan

A SOHO THEATRE & TOKYO METROPOLITAN THEATRE PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH NODA-MAP

Tickets £15 - £20

What would you do if your family were taken hostage? First performed at Soho Theatre in 2006, THE BEE met with rapturous applause from both the British media and theatre lovers; it then transferred to Tokyo in 2007 where it made a clean sweep of all of the major theatre awards earning further acclaim for writer, director and performer Hideki Noda, who is joined by Olivier Award-winning Kathryn Hunter on the London stop of a new world tour.
THE BEE 2012 INTERNATIONAL TOUR
New York 05 - 15 Jan, Hong Kong 17 - 19 Feb, Tokyo 24 Feb - 11 Mar

Comedy & Cabaret
Adam Hills: Mess Around
Mon 19 Sep - Sat 01 Oct, 10pm

Soho Theatre Main House

Tickets £10 - £15

After a sold-out run at Soho Theatre last year, Australian Adam Hills is back to make it all up on the spot again. MESS AROUND is an hour of spontaneous, ad-libbed stand up, from one of Australia's best known comedians. No script, no plan, no idea.

Doctor Brown: Becaves

Mon 26 Sep - Sat 01 Oct, 8pm
Soho Theatre Main House

Tickets £15 - £17.50
Visual and surreal comedy absurdist Doctor Brown brings his award nominated and sell-out Edinburgh Festival Fringe show to Soho Theatre Main House, after sold-out runs in Hong Kong, Melbourne, Sydney, Prague, Dubai and London.

Paul Foot: Still Life
Mon 26 Sep - Sat 01 Oct, 7.45pm

Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10-15

Star of Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Big Brother's Big Mouth, Cult comedian Paul Foot brings his uniquely arcane style of comedy to Soho Theatre.

Chilly Gonzales: The Unspeakable Chilly Gonzalez
(plus special guests)

Wed 28 Sep - Sat 08 Oct, 9.30pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10 - £15

Pianist, rapper, director, Grammy nominated producer and self-appointed "musical genius", Chilly Gonzales celebrates the release of his incredible, genre-defying new album THE UNSPEAKABLE CHILLY GONZALES. A rare chance to see this unique performer with his latest exploration of sound and rhythm.

Eugene Mirman: And Pretty Good Friends

Wed 05 - Sun 16 Oct, 7.45pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £15 - £17.50

A cornerstone of the New York alternative comedy scene, best known from Flight of the Conchords, Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Home Movies. Eugene comes to Soho with an intimate evening of innovative stand-up and polished chaos that sometimes includes short films or music, and the occasional pig roast. Voted New York Magazine's Best Indie Comedy Night, previous guests have included David Cross, Sarah Silverman and Yo La Tengo.

Josie Long: The Future is Another Place
Tue 18 - Sat 22 Oct, 9.45pm

Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tickets £10 - £15
Josie Long is back at Soho Theatre with her fifth solo show. Her new show is about feeling newly tormented by the world around you, optimism ad despair.

Angie Le Mar: In My Shoes
Fri 14 Oct - Sat 05 Nov, 9.30pm

Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tickets £12.50 - £20

The limitless Angie Le Mar, television and radio personality, actress, writer and renowned stand-up comedienne, steps into her shoes and performs as she has never been seen before, in a theatrical tour de force that transports her straight to comedy's edge. IN MY SHOES, Angie's new one woman show, charts the perils and fortune of six distinctly, intricately woven individuals.

Scott Capurro's Position
Wed 09 - Sat 12 Nov, 7.45pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £12.50 - £15

Comedy chat show hosted by the sharp-edged and riotous Scott Capurro. Ably supported by droll second banana David Mills, expect hilarious banter and exclusive insider gossip.

Jonny Woo: This is Jonny Woo
Wed 09 - Sat 12 Nov, 9.45pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10 - £15

A collection of Jonny's most popular and his own personal favourite pieces from his 10 years as an alt/drag artist. Woo likes to get dark and deliciously twisted and relishes being the fool.

Richard Herring: What is love, anyway?
Tue 15 - Sat 19 Nov, 10pm

Soho Theatre Main House
Tickets £15 - £17.50

Does anybody love anybody anyway? Having sorted out religion (Christ on a Bike), politics (Hitler Moustache) and penises (Talking Cock), Herring seeks to define and destroy love. Before love destroys him. Again.

Edward Aczel: Doesn't Exist
18 - 19, 25 - 26 Nov, 10pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10 - £15

‘Britain's greatest anti comedian' (Guardian) presents an evening of moderately amusing stand-up comedy in order to gain some meaningful television exposure.



Sean Hughes: Life Becomes Noises
Mon 21 - Sat 26 Nov, 10pm
Soho Theatre Main House

Tickets £10 - £17.50

Still edgy, still dark, Sean's ever-evolving stand-up tackles the issues of the day and the topics that matter to him. Best known for his TV credits Never Mind the Buzzcocks and the critically acclaimed Sean's Show.
Andy Zaltzman's Political Animal
Tue 22 Nov, Tue 29 Nov, Tue 06 Dec, 10pm

Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tickets £10 TBC
One of London's best and only political stand-up gigs takes issue with a planet that's been even naughtier than usual this year. Hosted by Andy Zaltzman with a different bill of universe-leading comedians each night.


Katherine Ryan: Little Miss Conception
Wed 23 - Sat 03 Dec, 10pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10 - £15

A dazzling debut with hilarious stories, twisted observations, and invigorating pop music parodies from this fresh, award-winning newcomer. As seen on C4's CAMPUS.

Carl-Einar Hackner: Swedish Meatballs

Mon 28 Nov - Sat 3 Dec, 10pm

Soho Theatre Main House
Tickets £10 - £17.50

Our favourite oddball Swedish mega-star, the bell-bottomed buffoon from La Clique and La Soiree, is back with more ideas than Ikea in his tatty bag of tricks. Featuring his unique brand of endearing buffoonery, magical mayhem, lightning-fast humour, silly songs and very expensive props.

Marlon Davis
Fri 02 - Sat 03 Dec, 8pm

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Tickets £12.50 - £15

FHM Stand Up Hero Winner and rising comedy star, Marlon Davis brings his warped and funny observations to Soho Theatre for the first time. Marlon has recently supported Alan Carr, Sean Lock and Kevin Bridges.

Tim Key: Masterslut

Thu 08 Dec - Sat 07 Jan, 9.30pm (no shows Sundays & 24, 26, 31 Dec)
Soho Theatre Main House

Tickets £10 - £20

Tim Key brings his critically acclaimed sell-out Edinburgh show to Soho Theatre. Key's credits include Newswipe, Mid Morning Matters, Cowards and We Need Answers. He won the Edinburgh Comedy Award 2009 and was nominated for a Bafta in 2008.

Sam Simmons: Meanwhile

Wed 14 Dec - Sat 07 Jan, 7.45pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10 - £17.50

The multi award-winning maestro of suburban absurdism is back. Sam Simmons returns after taking the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by storm. Sam won fans, sold out shows and walked away with rave reviews.

Bourgeois & Maurice: FA LA LA LA LA
Wed 14 Dec - Sat 07 Jan, 9.45pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs

Tickets £10 - £15

Alt. Cabaret's most peculiar musical siblings will be spreading seasonal joy by inviting you to celebrate the most wonderful day in the Capitalist's calendar with their award-winning combination of musical comedy, cutting satire and fashion.

SOHO DOWNSTAIRS MONTHLIES

SO COMEDY
Tuesdays 11 Oct, 08 Nov, 13 Dec, 8pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tickets £12.50 - £15
Graham Norton's So Television are proud to bring you.......SO COMEDY! An evening showcase of the best stand up and sketch groups. Every month we bring you a fantastic line-up comedians. Previous acts have included Jack Whitehall, Kevin Bridges, Nick Helm, Zoe Lyons and Sara Pascoe.

GAY BINGO: THE SHOW WITH JONNY WOO, MA BUTCHER & JOHN SIZZLE
Sundays, 02 Oct, 06 Nov, 04 Dec, 7pm
Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tickets £10
The alt-drag-performance-art-game-show-party that is the stuff of legends, with a stellar cast headed by Tranny Superstar Jonny Woo.

Soho Later: with Sarah Kendall
Saturdays 11.30pm from 15 Oct
Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tickets £12.50 -£15
It's late, it's the weekend, it's Soho Later. An 11.30pm start and a 1am license, who's going to entertain you tonight? Hosted by comic Sarah Kendall and featuring comedy and cabaret acts from across the programme and special guest stars.

SOHO COMEDY & CABARET ELSEWHERE
Michael Moore Live: Here Comes Trouble!
Mon 24 Oct, 7.30pm
Lyric Theatre, West End
Tickets £15 - £25
Oscar winning filmaker, satirist and international rabble-rousing writer Michael Moore makes a rare UK live appearance to celebrate the publication of his new book, Here Comes Trouble: Stories from my life.

Stewart Lee
Tue 15 Nov - Sat 28 Jan, 7.30pm
Leicester Sqaure Theatre
Tickets £15.50 - £21.50
Following his much acclaimed second BBC series, maverick comedian, writer and director Stewart Lee returns to Leicester Square Theatre with a brand new full length show.

Pajama Men: In the middle of no one
Mon 09 Jan - Sat 03 Mar, 7.30pm
Fri & Sat matinees 5.30pm
Charing Cross Theatre
Tickets £21.50 - £25.50
Pajama Men's sell out Soho Theatre show transfers to the West End. A fast-paced comedy thriller about love, alien abduction, the pressure cooker of solitude and the spirit of adventure.

John Leguizamo: Ghetto Clown
Sat 22 Oct - Sat 12 Nov, 7.30pm
Sat matinees 4pm
Charing Cross Theatre
Tickets £24.50 - £29.50
Multi-faceted performer and Emmy Award winner John Leguizamo makes his UK debut in his Broadway hit for only 18 performances. GHETTO KLOWN is full of the colourful characters that have populated his life from the eraly days of his acting career to his roles opposite some of Hollywood's biggest stars.

Emerging Companies & New Writing

Crick Crack Club

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Tickets £6 - £8

London's treasure house of myth, rumour and romance, THE CRICK CRACK CLUB, presents a season of fairytales - adult, urban and shadowy - plus the Crick Crack Club Christmas Cabaret.

Wed 21 Sep, 8pm The Court Of The Queen Of Claywood Flats by Tim Ralphs

Tue 25 Oct, 8pm Love in The Shadows by Sally Pomme Clayton

Wed 23 Nov, 8pm Fairytales for Grownups: The Grateful & the Dead by Ben Haggarty

Wed 21 Dec, 8pm The Crick Crack Club Christmas Cabaret.

Fringe's Finest

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Bringing the most exciting and interesting work from Edinburgh Festival Fringe to London:
Riot: Wardrobe Ensemble

Wed 28 Sep - Sat 01 Oct, 8pm

Tickets £8 - £10

10 Feb 2005. At the stroke of midnight the British public punch, kick, strangle and eventually stab their way into their favourite Swedish furniture store. RIOT is a true comic tragedy set in a lamp-lit flat-pack universe.
Hannah Ringham's: Free Show (Bring Money)

Thu 06 - Sat 08 Oct, 7.15pm

Tickets FREE

At the heart of this show lies the question of its worth. The story of a woman whose relationship with a man went wrong, of the birth of her daughter whom she couldn't afford to bring up. What do we value?

The Oh Fuck Moment

Fri 07 - Sat 08 Oct, 8.30pm

Tickets £10 - £12

Written and performed by Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe

You just fucked up. Now what? Poet Hannah Jane Walker and Fringe First winner Chris Thorpe examine the poetic guts of mistakes in a bundle of words and strip lighting.
Soho 6 Series: God's Property

Fri 07 Oct, 4pm

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Tickets £3 - £5

A rehearsed reading of a new play about sibling rivalry between two estranged brothers by one of Soho Theatre's Hub writers Arinze Kene.

Bunny
Wed 12 - Sat 29 Oct, 8pm

Fri & Sat matinees, 2.30pm

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Written by Jack Thorne | Directed by Joe Murphy | Designed by HannaH Clark

A NABOKOV PRODUCTION
Tickets £10 - £15

Scorching heat. A fight. A car-chase. A siege. Feisty 18-year-old Katie is thrust on a white-knuckle ride through one extraordinary evening when her boyfriend is attacked on the street. This award-winning, deeply personal new play from one of Britain's most exhilarating young writers takes an unflinching, heartbreaking look at the complexities of growing up and the complications of racial diversity in Britain today.

Stuart Silver: You Look Like Ants

Wed 19 - Sat 29 Oct, 9.45pm

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Tickets £10 - £15

Returning with his first solo show after a ten year Perrier Award-winning BAFTA nominated partnership with Kim Noble, a technically stripped back, musical Stuart Silver returns to Soho Theatre.

Short Shrifts: 12 short plays by Peter Oswald
Wed 02 - Sat 05 Nov, 8pm
Soho Theatre Upstairs

Directed by Tim Carroll

AN ATTENTION SEEKERS IN ASSOCIATION WITH EDUARDO BARRETO LIMITED PRODUCTION
Tickets £12.50

An illusive journey of surprising twists and turns; two people lost in a desert, a ventriloquist and his dummy, cannibalism ... Alice Oswald, Peter Oswald, Martin Holland and Josephine Larsen combine poetry, live music, drama and dance in performances that embrace the realms between the forms.

Hounded

Fri 11 Nov, 7pm & 9pm

Meet at Soho Theatre Box Office
A SLINGSHOT PRODUCTION

Tickets £10 - £12
A spectacular chase game for a 100 players in which players must sniff out scent trails and follow them through Soho. As they play, they leave a trail of their own and the Huntsman sets dogs off to chase them down. HOUNDED is a thrilling and comic experience of privilege and power, exploring the trails we leave and allowing players to experience the city in an unfamiliar manner - with their noses. Run Foxes, run! Suitable for over 18s only.
Apples and Snakes: The Word's Stage
Tue 15 Nov, 8pm
Soho Theatre Upstairs
Tickets £6 - £8

Four poets unveil four new masterpieces. Top performance-poets Apples and Snakes have kidnapped some of their favourite wordsmiths, and sent them to poetry boot-camp to pummel their writing into shape.

Talkback Readings
Mon 21 - Sat 26 Nov, 8pm (no show Wed 23 Nov)

Soho Theatre Upstairs
A KALI THEATRE PRODUCTION
Tickets £6

Kali actively seeks out and nurtures exciting new South Asian women playwrights who are pushing the boundaries and exploring issues for today. Now an annual event, Talkback presents a week of rich and diverse readings of plays by some of the freshest and most original voices in new writing.

The Maddening Rain
Mon 05 - Sat 10 Dec, 8pm
Soho Theatre Upstairs

Written by Nicholas Pierpan | Directed by Matthew Dunster | Starring Felix Scott

A DARBOURNE LUFF AND UPSTArt Theatre PRODUCTION

Tickets £10 - £15

You think you can live by your own rules, until you work in the City. One man battles to find his way in the tough worlds of love and finance in this brutally funny new play. Directed by Matthew Dunster whose credits include Mogadishu (Royal Exchange, Manchester / Lyric Hammersmith); Love the Sinner (National Theatre) and the Olivier award nominated production Love and Money (Young Vic/Royal Exchange, Manchester).


Xmas Starties

Wed 14 - Sun 18, Tue 20, Thu 22 - Fri 23 Dec, 8pm, Sun 18 Dec, 5pm
Late performances on 16, 17, 22, 23 Dec at 10pm

Soho Theatre Upstairs

A GIDEON REELING PRODUCTION

Tickets £12.50 - £15

Gideon Reeling is proud to present the return of last year's sell out XMAS STARTIES. ... like a Christmas Party but it's before the main one and it's better. Expect music, passion, laughs, games, dances, and prizes.

SHALLOW SLUMBER
Tue 24 Jan - Sat 18 Feb, 8pm

Saturday matinees, 4pm

Soho Theatre Upstairs

Written by Chris Lee

A SUPPORTING WALL PRODUCTION

Tickets £10 - £15
'Kids love their parents. They can't help loving. So I have to ask, what's the limit?' Dawn never thought motherhood would feel like this. Moira never thought she'd have a case like this. How far would you go for someone who ruined your life? Chris Lee is an award-winning playwright, social worker, and former Pearson playwright-in-residence at the Finborough. His explosive new play is produced by Supporting Wall, following their sell-out world premiere of Philip Ridley's Tender Napalm.

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