Theatre Showcase

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The Fringe Theatre Showcase

The Theatre Showcase presents a guide to the Fringe Theatre in London, which provides a wealth of opportunity to see original and established plays and players for a fraction of the prices in the West End. Take into account the cost of a meal for two then it could be well worth the journey to Richmond, Wimbledon, Hampstead or Stratford to experience some of the best that the London Fringe theatres have to offer. The theatre would be nothing without the players, playwrights, producers, directors, stage technicians and all those people, amateurs and professional who take part in the productions. Use the Guide to source information about them to make yourself known to the theatre world.

A video about Fringe Theatre in London
Thursford Spectacular
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Joan Littlewood: brilliant, maverick, revolutionary, rude. A glorious, lively one woman show using Joan's mix of politics and variety. From triple award-winning company Conscious Theatre.

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Coda dance company at Wandsworth fringe. I met Nickki Watson the artistic director of Coda at the launch of the Wandsworth Fringe and was struck by her articulate enthusiasm and...

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Our Christmas Spectacular is the largest Christmas show in the country!

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The Tower Theatre Company has been entertaining audiences for over 80 years. All our actors, directors and technical crew get involved for the sheer love of it.

Upnor Castle

Constructed in 1559 under orders from Queen Elizabeth I, Upnor Castle was intended to protect warships at anchor in the River Medway and at Chatham Dockyard, but proved ineffective when called to...

Barbican Centre, owned and managed by The City of London Corporation

The Barbican Centre is one of the world's leading arts centres, founded and run by the ...

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Our drama group came about when, in November of 1976, a group of friends (primarily Mary and Kevin Anthony, and Lily and John Brolly) decided it would be fun to put on a pantomime.

theatre guide, west end and fringe
WEST END THEATRES: London’s world famous theatre scene plays host not only to international hit musicals (many of which began in London), but productions that have successfully made the transition...
gem skii, a london olympic auditionee

First Audtion: I start the choreography and see peoples' bodies twitch as they sit up, from the same mouths words and sounds of appreciation...

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