Easing back in gently? I don’t think so…

#Tweetingit – A week back and 20 shows booked in to review. I don’t like to make my life easy.

WOW – it has been a busy week – not seeing shows but booking them in.  I have 20 shows booked between now and the middle of June – most of which are in the next 6 weeks. As a result of the crazy number of things I have booked in, I have hired/persuaded/forced two people to do some writing for the blog – Brian and Joe. Reviews and blogs will be appearing from them soon.

The upcoming shows are everything from plays, to cabaret, comedy to immersive theatre. In the coming days I will begin posting previews on all of these productions to give you a few titbits of information about them and get you excited about the shows and the upcoming reviews. Hopefully just this post alone will give you all an idea of the vast variety of things which are available to watch in London and the South East – it’s not just plays and musicals – there is SO much more.

Coming up as of 2nd March 2016

Single Spies at Marlow – 8th March

Land of Our Fathers at Found 111 (temporary space in Charing Cross) – 10th March

How do you solve a problem like murder? A Kickstarter project at the gastro pub Paradise by way of Kensal Green – 10th March

Lady Chastity Handmade Mysteries at People’s Park Tavern – 12th March

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot at the Rose and Crown – 14th March

Brute at Soho Theatre – 15th March

BU21 at Theatre 503 – 18th March

The Tick Tack Club – 18th March

Lifes a drag – The Cellar Door – 21st March

The Gin Chronicles at Barts Brewary – 24th  March

Henry V at Middle Temple – 30th March

Russian Dolls at The Kings Head Theatre – 8th April

Leicester Square Sketch Off – 11 April

Comedy night at Secret Comedy Club, Covent Garden – 13th  April

Closer at Udderbelly – 14th April

Mind magic and hypnosis at The Ivy House – 15th April

My mother said I never should at Iris Theatre – 18th  April

Blue on blue at Tristan Bates Theatre – 21st April

Merchants of Bollywood at Sadlers Wells – 25th  Mary

Twist of Lemon at St James Studio – 1st June

Reviews and press notices on these to follow.

What to add to my list? Email me on playhousepickings1@gmail.com

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About Playhouse Pickings

Theatre blog run by Rhiannon Lawson; a civil servant, extreme tea drinker and theatre reviewer.
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