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
Written by Alan Bennett
Directed by Victor Craven
Presented by Vician Productions
Graham Whittaker is a middle-aged bachelor who still lives at home with his mother. When she meets an old flame Graham's world is turned upside down as his past insecurities come back to haunt him.
A Chip in the Sugar is a hilarious, touching and poignant monologue written by Alan Bennett and is part of his BAFTA-winning Talking Heads series.
09 - 26 May @ 1pm. Tue - Fri
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Choreography by Zuzanna Pilat
Presented by Bee Dance Company
Bee Dance Company takes an audience on a fascinating journey with Savasana, an immersive performance that withdraws you from the world.
Savasana is a portal into the depths of a meditating mind which combines picturesque dance scenes, scents and hypnotic sounds that help to wash away the torment of a modern life, and leave you with a sense of calmness, tranquility… of mindfulness.
Leave all your problems behind as you take a deep breath in and experience this metaphysical journey as it submerges you into meditation through art.
This unique performance is inspired by a complexity of meditation process. Four dancers lead an audience through seven Chakras, exploring different human desires and motives which keep us in a state of restlessness.
Thanks to virtuosic movements, fragrances and hypnotic music, spectators experience constant transitions between states of tranquility and pandemonium, which happen when we attempt to calm down the chaos that is inside. As a result, members of the audience are submerged into the process which allows them to reflect, relax and abandon everything into a moment of stillness, into Savasana.
Do not miss the opportunity to see in London show from Yoga Connects Festival.
15 and 16 June @ 1pm
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