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 an 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
Directed by Emma Faulkner and Liam Smith
Presented by Light Box Theatre
Squeeze some culture into your lunchbreak!
Grab a sandwich and join Lightbox Theatre this July for a lunchtime serving of darkly comic gems by some of theatre’s most prominent playwrights.
From couples and colleagues to friends and foes, EVERYDAY PEOPLE casts a spotlight on ordinary folk whose handle on situations isn’t what it seems, and is a unique chance to see the following overlooked plays:
EVERY TWENTY MINUTES by Tennessee Williams
SEAGULLS by Caryl Churchill
" These charming new productions ....feel very of-the-moment" The London Reviews Hub ★★★★
There’s probably not many better ways to spend a lunch break than watching these comedies. Lightbox Theatre’s expertly staged show delicately and subtlely pushes all our self-recognition buttons. LondonTheatre1 ★★★★18th - 21st July @ 1pm - 1.45pm
Francesca Van Horne
Directed by James Phillip Gates
Presented by Pantless Hummingbird Productions
After a successful world premiere run of TALES FROM THE TRUNDLE at the prestigious 7th Annual United Solo Festival in New York City, this original one-woman drama comes to The Bridewell for its much-anticipated London premiere.
Telling of a mother’s survival from abuse & addiction, battling the New York court system and divorce, this story is a journey into healing. Through laughter, tears, friendship, romance and sex, via Paris and Los Angeles, we are led to the ultimate destination of self-transformation and self-love.
24 - 28 July @ 1pm
BOOK ONLINE HERE
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