Escape the office dramas this lunchtime and lose yourself in another at our Lunchbox Theatre.
Performances start at 1pm prompt and are about 45 minutes long.
For more information call 020 7353 3331.
How do I get tickets?
In advance from St Bride Foundation reception or online. Until 11am on the day of the performance you’ll get a £1 advance booking discount.
On the door you can buy tickets at full price from 12pm at the Theatre box office.
Unfortunately we cannot admit latecomers or issue refunds
Written by Caroline Loncq
Presented by Theatre of Discontent
In an office deep in the House of Commons, Annie and Jim, MPs on opposite sides of the House, argue about how to jump off the fence, peering into the future while haunted by their shared past.
As the real-life referendum debate degenerates into an ugly brawl, this timely comedy throws ambition, indecision and passion into the ring. Annie is a new Tory, fresh into the House after a career at the Bar; Labour stalwart Jim is an old hand at heated debates in the Members Bar. Decisions made now could wreak havoc across Europe as well as their own lives.
In or Out is the question, but will Annie and Jim give each other the answers they crave?
13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd. 23rd June 2016 @ 1pm
Come along and watch this one-act play featuring two women, both acquainted with the same man, who want to stay enemies but occasionally just can’t help being friends!
The story starts when Judith leaves a desperate message for Jack, her ex-boyfriend, on his answering machine telling him she plans to either slash her wrists or dye her hair and in addition, she might be pregnant. The answering machine is shared with Jack’s new girlfriend, Ros, who hears the message and rushes to speak to Judith at the bedsit she has just moved into, alone.
The meeting is an emotional and subtly humourous insight into the ease with which we can betray each other, yet the friendship we can feel when confiding in the enemy.
Take a Friday break from work and come and see this great one-act play in your lunch hour. The bar will be open before the performance. Feel free to bring a packed lunch. We look forward to seeing you there.
Friday 22 July @ 1pm. Tickets £7 in advance or £9 on the door.
Presented by the London Ballet Company
Back again by popular demand at a poignant time of the year, The London Ballet Company are marking Remembrance Day - Armistice Day with the much loved production, Poppy.
2014 marked the centenary of the First World War. The war, it was proclaimed, to end all wars! The London Ballet Company’s production starkly portrays the havoc wreaked by global war on ordinary people. Seen through the innocent eyes of the child Poppy, we follow a family struggling to come to terms with the cataclysmic turn of events of 1914, as they seek to do their duty and rally to their nations cause. The turmoil of family life forever changed, innocence lost, Poppy remains, like the flower for whom she was named, a symbol of hope and of remembrance. To this day it is the evocative power of the Poppy which reminds and remonstrates the “civilised” world with loss of life involved in conflict.
01 - 11 November @ 1pm.
BOOK TICKETS HERE. (Change the month to November and click "Go To Month" button. You do not need a Paypal account to buy tickets)
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