London’s Southwark Playhouse, located south of the river, has welcomed an array of impressive productions over the years. It also welcomes shows to its vault space as well, ensuring an interesting environment to some of its hit shows.
Original an old workshop, the Southwark Playhouse was utilised by Juliet Alderdice, Mehmet Ergen and To Wilson to provide compelling shows for audiences in the capital. Since that date it has met this requirement and more, welcoming well known shows and sometimes staged shows that have found further success in other venues.
As the venue continues to attract shows and fans, whilst also amassing support when it runs into jeopardy, we can expect the Southwark Playhouse continue well into the future, whatever form it takes.
The venue welcomes many different shows. In recent years these have included What The Women Did, an evening of three plays that were staged the mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. Other shows include Carrie The Musical, the adaptation of the Brian DePalma film and Stephen King book which ran in the summer of 2015.
Other shows it has staged include 2015’s How I Learned To Drive, Orson’s Shadow and The Ballad Of Robin Hood, to name but a few.
Meanwhile, The Vault has welcomes shows such as Floyd Collins and Bound.
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