Tag Archives: Southwark Playhouse

Klippies by Jessica Sian – review

Klippies –an extraordinary new play about friendship, identity and freedom in present-day South Africa. Review by Joanna Lally.  There is a palpable heat to Klippies, the debut play by Jessica Siân. Set during Summer 2014 in Johannesburg, where Siân was born, … Continue reading

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New Close-Up Q+A with Anya Reiss

Read our new Q+A with Anya Reiss. Continue reading

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The Busy Body at Southwark Playhouse

One of the most popular plays of the 1700s by Susannah Centlivre is currently running at the Southwark Playhouse until 6 October. Book tickets here. The Busy Body was written in 1709 and performed over 450 times before 1800. The … Continue reading

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