The International Centre for Women Playwrights (ICWP) is thrilled to report that a record-breaking number of recipients will receive the 2016 50/50 Applause Awards, which recognizes theatres that produced 50% or more women playwrights in their 2015/16 season of shows. ICWP defines 50/50 by the number of qualifying performances in a theatre’s season. This allows a concrete measurement of the resources being devoted to women playwrights.
After previously receiving the award in our first year, we are thrilled that in our second year of existence The Bread & Roses Theatre has once again become a recipient of the award. Meet fellow winners of the 2016 award in the video below (we are at 3 min 57 sec).
9th August to 18th October 2016 - www.BreadandRosesTheatre.co.uk
“This venue is quickly shaping up as one of the most exciting ones amongst the London pub theatres!” - RemoteGoat
The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham has another exciting and diverse season lined up this summer and autumn as it is heading towards the end of itssecond year.
We continue our series of productions commemorating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, after multiple 5 star reviews in earlier seasons, thisseason the long established Festival Players present a three-week-run of the Bard’s most famous play, Hamlet (27th September to 15th October). Presented in full costume, an all-male company will bring the excitement of this great thriller; intrigue, ghostly visitations, passion, a play-within-a play, a gripping duel, and humour, in a crystal-clear and fast-paced 2-hour production. Earlier in the season Fentiman Productions also present Will’s Will by Sharon Jennings (9th to 11th August) featuring Shakespeare's last will and testament, interrupted by his family, friends, colleagues and characters.
Other highlights include LUXE bringing their UK premiere of Pablo Picasso’s Desire Caught by the Tail (17th to 20th August), a rarely produced play about misery, discomfort, anguish, hunger and passion which is caught in the impossibility of its fulfilment. One week runs this season are: Knock Knock by Floyd Toulet (23rd to 27th August), a surprising, powerful and unsettling play which takes you on a journey deep into a mind broken by the past; Bourne West Productions’ Ruby by Jonathan Stephenson (30th August to 3rd September), a story in which a woman’s past and present collide in one evening;The Lettuce Dream Theatre Company’s Our Baby by Eleonora Fusco (6th to 10th September), an eerie tragicomedy set in contemporary times; KamTheatre London’s Gallows Rope by Mamet Leigh (13th to 17th September), capturing the struggles of solitary existence in the overpopulated London in the 21st century; and the London premiere of Wanting the Moon by Rose Collis (18th to 24th September), inspired by real events in the life of Clemence Dane - author, artist and Oscar-winning screenwriter - asked by Noel Coward to revive her acting career and play the famous role he once created for her: the eccentric medium ‘Madame Arcati’ inBlithe Spirit.
As always the season also features a selection of shorter runs and one-off performances including devised piece Don’t Turn the Lights on (11th to 13thAugust), a scratch performance of Sorry, I Killed Your Cat (14th August), black comedy Thelma and Louise - and Karen (21st & 22nd August), a rehearsed reading of new musical The Curse of Love (11th & 12th September), one-woman-show Before Ariel (22nd to 24th September), improvisational shows Nighthawks (4th September & 2nd October) and C.S.I: Crime Scene Improvisation (9th October) as well as new writing night Spiral (16th to 18thOctober).
Furthermore, the theatre continues its support for playwrights through the Playwrights Circle (26th September) as well as the launch of The Bread &Roses Playwriting Award 2016 on which further details will be announced later in August.
On Saturday 6th August the theatre invites also everyone along to their Season Launch Party, an opportunity to meet the team and mingle with companies involved in the upcoming season, and on Monday 5th September there will be another Bread & Roses Networking Event, for those interested in bringing their work to the venue.
“We’ve started introducing regular afternoon and late-night slots into our programming this season, which means we can program more work and use our space even more efficiently.” – Artistic Director Tessa Hart
“This year so far has been extremely exciting for the theatre and the pub, proving to be one of the finest art hubs in the SW London area.” – Managing Director Rebecca Pryle
Summer & Autumn Season 2016 Brochure
20th June to 6th August 2016 - www.BreadandRosesTheatre.co.uk
“This venue is quickly shaping up as one of the most exciting ones amongst the London pub theatres!” - RemoteGoat
The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham is going strong in 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 by Charlotte Jones, directed by Stephanie Goodfellow
Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th June (Edinburgh Preview). Shortlisted for the Broadway Baby Bobby Award 2016. 1924: Persephone Baker finds herself abandoned at St Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane with only 'unhinged, cigar-smoking, monomaniac transsexual' Dora Kitson to keep her company.
· SISATA presents Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy - adapted & directed by Charmaine K Parkin
Tuesday 28th June to Saturday 2nd July. Four actors play multiple roles in what is an enigmatic and fast paced telling of virtue, love and injustice, but above all the impact of this on the human condition.
· Heckcelsior presents Hardcross written & directed by Dominika Visy
Tuesday 5th to Saturday 9th July. When Rodney Hardcross’ death is announced, his children reluctantly gather, however, before his testament can be revealed, Rodney has one final request that outrages everyone.
· Goblin Baby Theatre Co. presents Alone Inside the Box monologues by Connor Patrick Carroll, Liam Patrick Harrison, Tessa Hart, Tom Jensen, Sian Rowland, Judy Upton & Naomi Westerman
Tuesday 12th to Saturday 16th July. From comedy to tragedy, from abstract to literal, these are thought-provoking stories of characters, sometimes stuck in an actual box, sometimes in a metaphorical one, sometimes both.
Continuing events around the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death (after the multiple 5 star reviewed hit-revival of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) in our last season), this season Shakespeare’s women get a say!Elicit Theatre Company presents A Merry Regiment Of Women by Rae Shirley from Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th July in which Lady Macbeth assembles five of Shakespeare’s most well-known female characters, however, events do not go according to plan, as three of his popular male characters arrive to shake things up; and from 2nd to 6th August Shark Eat Muffin Theatre Company presents their Edinburgh preview of Best Intentions, featuring modern adaptations of two pivotal, but often overlooked, women in Shakespeare’s “Othello” and “Romeo and Juliet”.
The season also features a lot of exciting one-off Edinburgh Fringe Previews, such as Maxine Jones’ Now We Are 60 (June 26th), musical family show Babar the Little Elephant (July 4th), award-winning comedy duo Ellis & Rose (July 28th), Maddy Anholt’s Rent Girl (July 30th) and many more! From Tuesday 26th to Sunday 31st July in particular the theatre is hosting a week dedicated to Edinburgh Previews, with several shows per day. For the complete line-up seewww.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/edinburgh-previews
Other events include Rock Paper Scissors’ highly topical With or Without EU (June 20th), Solace Women’s Aid’s charity comedy night Stand Up 4 Women (July 3rd); and Green Curtain Theatre Company’s Traitors, Cads & Cowards about the aftermath of the 1916 Easter Rising.
The in-house Playwrights Circle is back again as well on Mondays 27th June and 25th July and on Saturday 18th June thetheatre invites everyone along to their Season Launch Party, a fun and free opportunity to meet the Bread & RosesTheatre team and mingle with companies involved in the upcoming season (including a free drink per person).
“We’ve got an awful lot going on over a short period of time in the next couple of months and are really looking forward to the summertime. Last season we had a major technical upgrade, mainly funded by donations, and it’s really exciting to see the theatre’s steadily continuing growth and the support for it.” – Artistic Director Tessa Hart
“The pub downstairs has also just undergone a major refurbishment. We are so pleased to have our theatre above a beautifully refurbished pub that is still as charming as ever and better than it’s ever been before.” – Managing Director Rebecca Pryle
29th March to 19th June 2016
Now just under a year and a half old The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham is thrilled to announce its Spring Season 2016. Highlights of the seasoninclude an in-house revival of Clare McIntyre’s award-winning dark-comedy Low Level Panic, new play Cooked by twice Bruntwood Prize long-listed Christopher Adams and, in honour of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).
The Bread & Roses Theatre Company presents Low Level Panic by Clare McIntyre, directed by Pamela Schermann, 12th to 30th April (Tuesday to Saturday)
A bright, warm, sometimes wet and messy dark-comedy about three young women. Through its fearless comedy Low Level Panic explores female experiences in our world and the objectification, fear and challenges these young women face on a daily basis. Clare McIntyre went on to win the Samuel Beckett Theatre Award for the play in 1989 but Low Level Panic often feels even more relevant nowadays than it was when originally written in the 1980s.
ScotchBonnet Theatre presents Cooked by Christopher Adams with material by Timothy Allsop and Pia FitzGerald, directed by Timothy Allsop, 3rd to 14th May (Tuesday to Saturday)
Miranda Conquest is Britain’s top celebrity chef. One problem: she can’t cook. When her marriage sours and her secret is splashed all over the media, she has no choice but to get serious in the kitchen. Cooked is a dark comedy exploring celebrity culture, control, and how best to get even in the kitchen…
Burn Bright Theatre presents The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield - directed by Katherine Timms, 24th May to 11th June (Tuesday to Saturday)
Three actors. Two hours. One dead playwright. And probably some tights. This is Shakespeare ... as you've never seen him before. Burn Bright Theatreare back onstage with a brand new revival of the Reduced Shakespeare Company's smash hit. As the world celebrates a landmark 400 years of William Shakespeare's work, the critically-acclaimed comedy from the "bad boys of adaptation" is given a well-deserved new run on the London Fringe.
The season also features one-week-runs of:
Ladies in Waiting: The Judgement of Henry VIII by James Cougar Canfield (29th March to 2nd April), seeing King Henry VIII come face to face with all his wives in afterlife, presented by Tier 5 Theatre Project;
SQUIRM by Serafina Cusack (19th to 22nd May), dealing with the fine lines in a relationship through a dynamic one-man performance, presented by Appetite Theatre;
Follow Me by Ross Gurney-Randall & David Mounfield (16th to 19th June), about Ruth Ellis, the last woman in Britain to be hanged, and her executioner Albert Pierrepoint, presented by New Stagers.
Other events include TheatreFullStop’s scratch night Happy Easter (3rd & 4th April), Noel Coward’s comic play Blithe Spirit (8th & 9th Apri), new writing night Little Pieces of Gold: The Class Ceiling (17th & 18th April), improvisational show Within These Walls (1st May & 5th June), a double bill fromMyles and Dan (8th & 9th May), documentary theatre piece Life : Sentence (2nd & 23rd May), scratch night Shattered Fragements (15th to 17th May), magical The Eddie Farmer Show (6th June) and in-house new writing night The Platform (12th & 13th June).
Furthermore, on April 25th The Bread & Roses Theatre will also launch an in-house Playwrights Circle, a friendly and supportive group in which playwrights can share their work and work-in-progress with actors, directors and more.
“Our Spring Season 2016 is set to be one of our most exciting seasons yet; we have a couple of incredible revivals as well as some fantastic new writing in the line-up! We are also thrilled to be able to continue providing a venue on a box office split basis to theatre companies whilst continuing to grow audience numbers and our outreach.” – Artistic Director Tessa Hart
5th January to 26th March 2016
Having celebrated its first Year Anniversary last month The Bread & Roses Theatre is now thrilled to launch itself into 2016 with its Winter Season 2016from January to March.
Kicking off the season are Well Behaved Women with Dog Play Dead by Anna Thomas-Jones, a gripping black comedy full of exciting twists and the winner of The Bread & Roses Emerging Companies Competition 2015. January also features Auld Acquaintane by Natalie Audley, a heartfelt look at family dynamics, presented by Audley & Co. Productions, PRESS by Peter Imms, presented by No Time Productions, telling the story of ageing gossip columnist Malcolm who wants his better days to return and new writing short play night Unveiled presented by Written Foundations Theatre Company.
From 7th to 14th February the venue is home to the One Billion Rising Festival, an eight day creative campaign by Goblin Baby Theatre Co. as part of the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history. Performances include Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues and A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer as well as Poetry, Comedy and Burlesque Events and a selection of new writing, including The Princess Monologues. Furthermore the festival will also feature workshops, exhibitions and talks.
February also sees Ghost Light Theatre Group’s Swing by Around 8 by Jessica Bray transferring to The Bread & Roses Theatre, after its previous success at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015 and Symphonik Blast Company present I Don’t Need Wings To Fly, a new play by Charon Scerra, whilst New Blue Road launch their company with a revival of Daniel MacIvor’s acclaimed Canadian one-woman-show See Bob Run.
March features Last Orders by Lucy Laing, presented by Albert-Productions & Backbone Theatre, a new play exploring the loyalties of childhood friendships, as well as Crohn’s Is Shit by Annie Brett, presented by Invisible Until, a comedic and poignant one woman show about the writer’s true story of her day to day experience of Crohn's Disease. The season then finishes with Lo/Fall Theatre Company’s How To Survive A Swarm Of Bees by Anna Crace, a new piece about a world thrown into chaos, and NoLogoProductions’s Boxes by Andy Moseley, a play about London’s booming property market.
Furthermore, the theatre also continues to host one-off events including children’s theatre and improvisational shows.
“The Bread & Roses Theatre continues to be one of the very few venues on the London fringe to offer theatre companies a space on a box office split basis, without any deposits or reserves, and has seen a huge growth in audience numbers as well as interest from theatre companies over the past year. We’re really excited to launch ourselves into 2016 now and keep growing and developing the venue as go-to place for innovative and ethical theatre-makers.” – Artistic Director Tessa Hart
“The Bread & Roses Pub will be undergoing major refurbishment works beginning of 2016 and then a complete re-launch, though the theatre upstairs will be unaffected and stay open. But now alongside the steady growth of the theatre, The Bread & Roses is turning into a really exciting place overall and we really look forward to all the further developments throughout 2016.” – Managing Director Rebecca Pryle
Sunday 1st & Monday 2nd November 2015 at 7.30pm
To celebrate the first year anniversary of The Bread & Roses Theatre - launched 1st of November 2014 - exactly one year on the in-house Bread & Roses Theatre Company (BRTC) presents the eighth instalment of their new writing scratch night, The Platform. With a record number of over 500 submissions from writers this is set to be one of the best and most exciting ones yet!
Come and enjoy a fabulous night of new short plays whilst celebrating the successful first year of The Bread & Roses Theatre. Highlights of the theatre's first year include receiving a 2015 ICWP 50/50 Applause Award, launching the Clapham Fringe Festival as well as Playwriting and Emerging Theatre Company Competitions; all whilst having welcomed over 70 theatre companies on a pure box-office split basis, without charging any upfront hire fees, and establishing a place for the venue on the London fringe!
The Platform itself has been running regularly since October 2012 and is an opportunity to discover, develop and explore new short plays and monologues for audiences as well as creatives. As the original project that triggered the eventual launch of The Bread & Roses Theatre, The Platform also returns for its first year anniversary!
★★★★ “One to watch and keep on watching" - Remotegoat on The Platform
"one of the strongest short work platforms in London" - Onomatopoeia on The Platform
Snaresbrook by Ben Francis
Directed by Brigitte Adela, with Andrew Candish & Pauline Nakirya
Dee Sanders, a station announcer, sees a man who is hovering too near the edge of the platform. Afraid that the man is contemplating suicide, she invites him into the station announcer's cabin.
Red Book, Blue Book by Kit Walkham
Directed by Kasia Różycki, with Tessa Hart & Natasha Jacobs
As 6 year old Kristina talks to a doll given to her by her absent father, her fears for their future are exposed.
Two Sides by Elizabeth Rutherford-Johnson
Directed by Su Gilroy, with Rebecca Pryle & Sam Wilkinson
A chance encounter with her ex prompts Aine to embellish the truth a little. But as they keep on meeting, her lie takes on a life of its own.
Learning to Fly by Simon Jagger
Directed by Laura Jasper, with Lydia Lane & Shala Nyx
Amira and Shaznay meet on London Bridge. The night train to Gatwick leaves in 15 minutes. Will Amira give up everything for her friend? Will she run back home or run away to Syria?
Schrödinger’s Cat written & directed by German Munoz
with Elizabeth Guterbock & Anna Frankl-Duval
Mabel walks in to her apartment thinking she’s been burgled but finds Donna, her ex, with a strange metal box. And she can’t find her cat.
Pro by Rebecca Robinson
Directed by Rob Henderson, with Nicholas Clarke & Beth Mullen
A young woman finds herself homeless in London and turns to prostitution.
Sound & Lighting Technician: Rajiv Pattani | Stage Manager: Izabel Florence
Having just become a 2015 Winner of the ICWP 50/50 Applause Award and launched their own Fringe Festival, the Clapham Fringe,The Bread & Roses Theatre is now thrilled to announce their upcoming Autumn Season 2015, which includes the theatre’s First Year Anniversary!
Prodigious all-female troupe Get Over It Productions kick off the season, returning to The Bread & Roses Theatre, following their last sold out success; this time conjuring up some rough magic with their gothic version of Shakespeare's The Tempest (29th Sep – 3rd Oct), which also had a previous sell-out run at the Camden Fringe. Next South London Productions present their debut production with Neil LaBute’sFat Pig (6th – 10th Oct) and at the end of October NoHatStand launch themselves onto the fringe theatre scene with new play The Accidental Artist by Darrel Draper (27th – 31st Oct). Meanwhile Universally Speaking (13th – 17th Oct) and Scraping God from the Roof of My Mouth (18th – 20th Oct) will showcase some thought-provoking new short plays.
On November 1st & 2nd The Bread & Roses Theatre will celebrate its First Year Anniversary with a new instalment of their new writing night, The Platform - which has attracted over 500 submissions from writers this time - followed by a reception. November will continue with the premiere of White Feathers by Suzy Gill (Tue-Sun, 3rd – 14th Nov), a provocative new piece, running over Remembrance Sunday, which forces us to re-examine our ideas about the nature of patriotism, the price of love and the borders of friendship. Later in November Claudia Jefferies presents her latest one woman show Syd (15th – 17th Nov) and at the end of the month The Peasant’s Club presentsYou and Me and the Devil Makes Three by Chesper Harland & Charlie Wolf (24th – 28th Nov), a re-developed play tackling the housing crisis, mental health, and domestic violence in contemporary London.
December features a two week run of The Sun Shining On Her Hands by Cassiah Joski-Jethi (Tue-Sat, 1st – 12th Dec), presented byTrip The Light Theatre. Inspired by Georg Büchner 's 'Woyzeck' and using real-life accounts of gender discrimination, this explosive, visual and intimate production explores the struggle to be recognised as an individual in our modern world.
Goblin Baby Theatre Co., run by the theatre’s Artistic Director Tessa Hart, also return this season with The Princess Monologues (19th – 22nd Nov), exploring what it even means to be a ‘Princess’ in the 21st Century, as well as new family theatre show (S̶)Elfish Christmas(18th – 22nd Dec) also written by Hart. Furthermore, the theatre continues to host a variety of improvisational theatre shows, short play nights and rehearsed readings.
Complete Confirmed Line-up for Autumn Season 2015 at The Bread & Roses Theatre:
• 29th Sep to 3rd Oct – The Tempest
• 4th Oct, 9th Nov, 6th Dec – Outsiders – Part I, II & III
• 6th to 10th Oct – Fat Pig
• 11th & 12th Oct – Parting Shots
• 13th to 17th Oct – Universally Speaking
• 18th to 20th Oct – Scraping God from the Roof of my Mouth
• 22nd & 23rd Oct – The Murderettes
• 25th & 26th Oct – A Trilogy of Horrors
• 27th to 31st Oct – The Accidental Artist
• 1st & 2nd Nov – The Platform & First Year Anniversary of the Theatre!
• 3rd to 14th Nov (Tue-Sun) – White Feathers
• 15th to 17th Nov – Syd
• 19th to 22nd Nov – The Princess Monologues
• 24th to 28th Nov - You & Me & the Devil Makes Three
• 1st to 12th Dec (Tue-Sat) - The Sun Shining On Her Hands
• 7th Dec – Being John Barrowman (Reading)
• 18th to 22nd Dec - (S̶)Elfish Christmas (Family Show)
For details on all listings and more head to www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk
The 2015 International Centre for Women Playwrights 50/50 Applause Awards: International and more consistent support for women playwrights swells in theaters!
The International Centre for Women Playwrights (ICWP) is delighted to report the increasingly consistent and diverse recipients for this year’s 50/50 Applause Awards, which sets out to recognize theatres that produced 50% or more women playwrights in their season of shows. ICWP defines 50/50 by the number of qualifying performances in a theater’s season. While these theaters are serving as role models, ICWP recognizes that the average of productions of women playwrights internationally continues to remain under 25%.
The Bread & Roses Theatre is honoured to become a recipient of the award in its very first years of existence!
July to September 2015 – www.BreadandRosesTheatre.co.uk
Having established a steady base for The Bread & Roses Theatre now, with Summer Season 2015 we are venturing out and welcoming a variety of new projects in our programming, including Edinburgh Previews, Family Theatre Shows and the first ever Clapham Fringe Festival.
First of all, throughout July we’ll continue our Edinburgh Previews, such as Diary of a Dating Addict by Maddy Anholt on Sunday 5thJuly, Glitter and Tears by Serafina Cusack from Sunday 12th to Tuesday 14th July and many more continuing all the way into early August. Other highlights in July include a two-week-run of The Wonderful World of Dissocia by Anthony Neilson. Originally devised at LAMDA in 2002, before being produced at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2004 where it won the Critics' Award for Theatre in Scotland, Tumble Dry will present their production of the play Tuesday to Saturday from 21st July to 1st August.
August will also feature a two-week-run of Blood Wedding by Federico García Lorca, running Tuesday to Saturday from 11th to 22ndAugust. Presented by Dreamcatcher Theatre this modern Spanish classic is a brand new translation by director Fay Lomas. Later in the month we will also welcome the first family theatre show at The Bread & Roses Theatre: CinderElla – And Her Smelly Old Slipper by Tessa Hart will run on Sundays and Mondays in-between August 23rd and 31st. Produced by Goblin Baby Theatre Co., and recommended for ages five and above, the play is a fun, exciting and modern retelling in which a girl's ultimate dream doesn’t necessarily need to be to marry some Prince.
We kick off September with a one-week-run of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, adapted by director Charmaine K Parkin, from Tuesday 1stto Saturday 5th September. Produced by Sisata, their interactive and engaging performance aims to make Shakespeare interesting and enjoyable to all ages. And last but most definitely not least, from 7th to 26th September we will be running the first ever Clapham Fringe, a new performing arts festival in South London (line-up to be announced shortly). Whilst still a young project and based around The Bread& Roses Theatre at the moment, it is an exciting new addition to the vibrant world of Clapham with the potential to expand in future years.
As you can see, here at The Bread & Roses Theatre we are thrilled to be heading into our first Summer Season and it will be a hot one indeed (theatrically, we do have an air-con to battle the actual heat)!
For details on all listings and more head to www.breadandrosestheatre.co.u
Spring Season 2015 (April to June) – www.BreadandRosesTheatre.co.uk
The Bread & Roses Theatre’s second season this winter was a great success in taking the venue to the next level by beginning to feature longer runs and also saw a huge growth in audience numbers. The venue is now excited to further develop and extend its programming as it already heads into its third season!
Highlights of the spring season include a three-week-run of Miss Julie, presented by the in-house Bread & Roses Theatre Company and featuring founding members and current theatre directors Tessa Hart and Rebecca Pryle. The production will be a contemporary take on August Strindberg’s masterpiece exploring gender, class, lust and privilege. Another three-week-run will be Son of Man by Alexander Nye, presented by Travesty Theatre, a radical new play about the early life of Jesus that explores how his illegitimate birth led him to believe he was the son of a god.
The theatre is also particularly thrilled to welcome back two creatives from their opening season. Stars or Mars return for one week with a new play by Susan Gray: Cuckoos and Chrysalides depicts the story of a woman who is preserving her children to the time she feels right by uploading them. And Simon Jay returns to direct a three-day-run of Jennifer’s Robot Arm, a new play by Paul Vickers.
Furthermore, the venue continues to feature an exciting line-up of one-week-runs including an opera double bill of Carmen and carMen,Lessons to Dissect a Heart by Jess G. Campos and The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler. The theatre also hosts several mini-runs to give new companies and writers an opportunity to showcase their work. These include Modern Living by Rowena Moreno, Voice by Christos Callow Jr. and an Edinburgh preview of The Femmetamorphosis by Sharron Spice. Further projects will run for one-off performances.
As before, The Bread & Roses Theatre continues to support theatre companies and help them provide fair opportunities for everyone involved by offering box office splits rather than set hire fees and is accepting proposals for its future seasons.
The Bread & Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ, Clapham, London