Tag: Tristan Bates Theatre

News: Love And Then Lighthouses drunkenly stumbles to FIRST Festival

News: Love And Then Lighthouses drunkenly stumbles to FIRST Festival

Drunken Chorus will present their brand new show, Love And Then Lighthouses, at Tristan Bates Theatre in April as part of FIRST Festival of Solo Performance.

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News: CTRL+ALT+DELETE returns as part of First Festival of Solo Performance

News: CTRL+ALT+DELETE returns as part of First Festival of Solo Performance

After a successful run at the Camden People’s Theatre in 2016, CTRL+ALT+DELETE by Emma Packer returns as part of FIRST Festival of Solo Performance 2017 at the Tristan Bates Theatre.
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Review: Sublime

Review: Sublime

There are too many themes running through Sublime, too many aspects that aren’t sufficiently resolved or explored within Sarah Thomas’ writing. Sophie (Adele Oni) and Sam (Michael Fatogun) are brothers but possibly lovers; they are estranged but familiar; the robberies go well and then suddenly go wrong. There’s a fractious relationship between Sam and his girlfriend’s father Nigel (Declan Cooke) and some shady dealings that are never quite clear even when explained. The only constant is the somewhat vacuous ignorance of girlfriend Clara (Suzy Gill).

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Interview: Sarah Thomas – an emerging writer

Interview: Sarah Thomas – an emerging writer

Dark comedy thriller, Sublime, is the first of three works currently in development by new writer Sarah Thomas. It plays in April at Tristan Bates Theatre, the central London theatre attached to The Actors Centre. Tristan Bates is well-known for providing a space for new work to be tested, tried and tweaked – something Thomas has taken full advantage on when progressing all three of her plays. Sublime is the first to play a run though and the first full work she has written, after several workshops and rehearsed readings to mould it into a fast-paced, tough-talking production.

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