Tag Archives: Bread and Roses Theatre

Love, Sex and Apps

Love, Sex and Apps premieres a double-bill of multimedia plays, The Tinder Game and Border Control, from award-winning playwright, Michelle Sewell, which take a brutally honest look at the way we communicate and relate to others in our digital world. … Continue reading

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Clapham Fringe 2016

Now in its second year, the Clapham Fringe is a Performing Arts Festival taking place at The Bread & Roses Theatre from 20th October to 6th November 2016. With 29 different productions and 48 performances altogether, over three weeks the … Continue reading

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Edinburgh previews at the Bread and Roses

The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham is entering its second year and launching a special Early Summer and Edinburgh Fringe Preview Season this June to early August. The season begins with a series of one-week-runs: Weird Sisters Theatre Company presents Airswimming … Continue reading

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Weird Sisters present Airswimming

Weird Sisters was founded in 2014 in Guildford by three experienced female practitioners: Tanya Chainey, Stephanie Goodfellow and Alison Nicol, with the aim of producing work that takes risks, asks difficult questions, and provides strong and interesting roles for women. … Continue reading

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Female Arts present Female Arts Scratch

New Female Arts scratch night. Continue reading

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