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  • ...ion, updated from the archives, although in some cases, information may be a little sparse, but this is being worked on. ...directors submit shows for consideration via an online form or by leaving a script at the box office - see the [[Submissions Process]] page for more in
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  • South London Theatre is a Club Theatre etc etc *[[#I want to create a New Members Page|I want to create a New Members Page]]
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  • [[Image:anton.jpg|thumb|400px|Cartoon by [[Steve Marchant]]]] * [[A Clockwork Orange (2005)|A Clockwork Orange]] ([[2005]]) ([[Bell Theatre]])
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  • ...virtuous Presidente de Tourvel. Complications arise however in the form of a young suitor for Cecile and the inconvenient circumstance that Valmont may * Publicity - [[Steve Ellis]]
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  • *[[A Doll's House (1982)|A Doll's House]] (March) ([[Henrik Ibsen]]) ([[Bell Theatre]]) *[[Female Transport (1982)|Female Transport]] (April) ([[Steve Gooch]]) ([[Prompt Corner]])
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  • ...th her penniless suitor, or the rich aunt with the French maid who's taken a shine to the world's worst coachman ... Stoppard's script fizzes with insan *Italian Waiter - [[Steve Rodgers]]
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  • [[Image:Two_poster.JPG|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Nick Mansley]] and [[Steve Marchant]] (photo - [[Mark Davies]])]] ...t in a northern pub owned by a savagely bickering husband and wife, TWO is a series of short vignettes that skilfully combines pathos and humour, with a
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  • ...provide us with a moving and often comic account of the precarious lot of a Restoration actress. *Man Servant - [[Steve Ellis]]
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  • Road by Jim Cartwright has been compared to Under Milk Wood and this is a good model for the structure of the piece: like the narrator in Thomas’ p ...eatoven disco and Joey’s just had enough. All human life is here. It’s a poetic depiction of the desolation wrought on the industrial North during t
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  • ...followed his example. When his grave in Prague Cemetery immediately became a focus for attention, his body was removed secretly overnight by the authori ...Hastings]], [[Debbie Hattersley]], [[Angela McNamee]], [[Anita Sollis]], [[Steve Ward]] & [[Mark Wright]]
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  • [[Image:RomeoJulietPoster.jpg|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Steve Marchant]]]] *Peter - [[Steve John Brown]]
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  • The aptly named Mr Horner puts out the rumour that following a dose of the "French Disease" he is now impotent. Instantly every husband in *Publicity - [[Steve Ellis]]
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  • ...rring, hot, sexy and thought provoking, it follows the personal stories of a town's civil disobedience against unjust rulers. ...ance, song and poetry. The commander, a womaniser, is attempting to seduce a village maiden. Her peasant lover risks his own life to threaten the comman
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  • *Mr Fezziwig - [[Steve Imrie]] [[A Christmas Carol (1985)]]
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  • [[Image:MiserPoster.jpg|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Steve Marchant]]]] ...ical situations abound. This will be a very physical piece of theatre with a wide range of influences from commedia dell'arte through to pure slapstick.
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  • [[Image:PositiveHourPoster.jpg|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Steve Marchant]]]] ...a close-knit group of women trying to survive, to find their own place in a pretty unwelcoming world and to form relationships with men.
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  • ...ey, an artist, is afraid that the Colonel will not give up his daughter to a starving artist. Things go awry when the lights go out, leaving Brindlsey h *Schuppanzigh - [[Steve Imrie]]
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  • ...ern day NY, the Mob are in charge and the Duke's word is law. But planning a wedding is never easy, especially when there are family feuds and the local ...: Like all marriages, there are the good years, and the bad years. This is a bad year. Arguing over the guardianship of an orphan child, Oberon and Tita
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  • ...t of 2007 has now been accounted for). See [[Blackadder Night (2007)]] for a live example. (Blue links go to live pages and red ones are empty). ...rchived in the same way as theatre productions, it is not anticipated that a full event list will become available for every year of the club's existenc
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  • A play with music by [[Anthony Burgess]] ...n. Goodness is something chosen. When a man cannot choose, he ceases to be a man'.
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  • [[Image:carpe.jpg|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Steve Marchant]]]] ...n the kingdom of Lancre, and they intend to stay. They see the citizens as a ready source of convenience food.
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  • [[Image:FarndaleMacbethPoster.jpg|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Steve Marchant]]]] ...nept and unrehearsed curtain call? Well now is your chance to witness such a production!
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  • After Juliet is a play that was written by Scottish playwright Sharman MacDonald. It was comm *Rhona -a visitor from the north, Juliet's cousin - [[Rita Goodhead]]/[[Asha Reid]]
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  • ...Milgram's Shroud explores the relationship between a patient, a carer and a lover. As this is still a work in progress the author is keen to receive feedback from audiences, so
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  • *Egeon, a Syracusian Merchant - [[John Lyne]] *Antipholus - [[Steve Cowles]]
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  • *Tyler - [[Steve Moyse]] ...''within this site''. The author's page for instance or other plays with a similar theme.
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  • ...only wish of her lay preacher husband is to see her depart this world with a modicum of dignity, but his vain attempts are continuously thwarted by thos ...ful eye disorder turns to chaos with hilarious, if dire, consequences, and a happy ending for some - but not all ... "
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  • ...and who knows personally the man who runs the country, interviews in turn a young husband and wife and their seven-year old son who are held as helples ...nd anger are all too evident. Yes, it is upsetting at times, but it's also a timeless and very persuasive condemnation of human rights abuses and an exc
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  • ...watch the news and not laugh when somebody farts. Nick refuses, and blows a raspberry at them. *Joe - [[Steve Ellis]]
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  • ...heroin hidden in a doll her husband transported from Canada as a favour to a woman who since has been murdered. The trio tries to convince Susy her spou Our programme states:- The action takes place in a basement flat in an old house in Nottinghill Gate, early '60's.
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  • *Pablo Gonzales - [[Steve Moyse]] ...''within this site''. The author's page for instance or other plays with a similar theme.
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  • [[Image:Steve.JPG|thumb|300px]] * Oberon in [[A Midsummer Night's Dream (2007)|A Midsummer Night's Dream]] ([[2007]]) ([[Bell Theatre]])
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  • ...gic ring transports him into the Land of Dreams where Anything Can Happen. A case of mistaken identity sees him assume the role of Aladdin: he must find Aided and abetted by the hapless Wishee Washee, a truculent Widow Twankey and two of the campest policemen you have ever seen
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  • *Penny in [[A Slice of Saturday Night (1998)|A Slice of Saturday Night]] ([[1998]]) ([[Bell Theatre]]) *[[A Month Of Sundays (2000)|A Month Of Sundays]] ([[2000]]) ([[Prompt Corner]]) & Designer
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  • Graham became a member of SLT in 2002 and has been an active member ever since, both backst * [[A Clockwork Orange (2005)|A Clockwork Orange]] ([[2005]]) ([[Bell Theatre]])
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  • *Snug in [[A Midsummer Night's Dream (2007)|A Midsummer Night's Dream]] ([[2007]]) ([[Bell Theatre]]) * Nanny in [[Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (2010)|Cat On A Hot Tin Roof]] ([[2010]]) ([[Prompt Corner]])
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  • ...is of the body. It is felt or not felt. Is it worth looking at? Monica and Steve feel so. *Steve - [[Sean Sheehan]]
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  • ...a collection of songs and monologues inspired by the AIDS memorial quilt - a memorial to the lives of people who have died of AIDS related causes. Surprisingly the show is fun and serves as a '''celebration''' of the lives of people affected. The subject matter is da
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  • Gosforth's Féte is a one-act play originally part of a production called ''Confusions'' which consisted of five one-act plays writ ...ss system. Pink-legged Cubmaster Stewart Stokes discovers alcohol, there's a fine vicar, and Councillor Mrs Piece gets severely dishevelled. And that's
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  • [[Image:bang.jpg|thumb|300px|Poster by [[Steve Merchant]]]] ''Performed with [[Bang, You're Dead! (2008)|Bang, You're Dead!]] as a double bill.''
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  • by [[Steve Gooch]] ...stand and back, the output was recorded into another quarter inch tape on a second deck. On minidisc this effect could be repeated indefinitely just by
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  • *Lighting Design - [[Steve Holroyd]] ...''within this site''. The author's page for instance or other plays with a similar theme.
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  • *Men - [[Chris Stooke]], [[Richard Dickson]], [[Matthew Jones]], [[Steve Hannington]], [[Simon Vaal]] "Absolutely lovely. Everything a panto should be" Grace (Member) & Janice (Aud.)
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  • ...each attempts to avert suspicion by projecting their own infidelity on to a third couple, the totally innocent and socially retarded Featherstones. The Sound complicated? It is, and so is the unique staging of the play when a riotous dinner at the Fosters on Thursday is played simultaneously with din
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  • ...es place in the sitting room of Alderman Helliwell's house in Clecklewyke, a town in the West Riding of Yorkshire, on an evening in 1908. .... So what is their reaction going to be when they discover that because of a fault at their mutual wedding ceremony, they are not married at all?
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  • *Lighting Operator - [[Steve Knight]] ...''within this site''. The author's page for instance or other plays with a similar theme.
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  • [[Image:SteveImrieTrainspotting.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Steve Imrie]] as Begbie in [[Trainspotting (2010)]]]] ...[[Elizabeth - Almost by Chance a Woman (2006)|Elizabeth - Almost by Chance a Woman]] ([[2006]]) ([[Bell Theatre]])
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  • ...ybourne Park]] ([[2014]]) ([[Bell Theatre]]) with [[Kait Feeney-Nash]] & [[Steve Nash]] (Foot Lockers) Painting only * [[A Christmas Carol (2006)|A Christmas Carol]] ([[2006]]) ([[Bell Theatre]]) with [[Michael Wilson]]
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  • *Luigi - [[Steve Hannington]] *Musical Accompaniment - [[William L. Harris A.R.C.M.]]
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  • ...ely funny and lively play about a group of young people living together in a flat in the Midlands in the sixties. They are all out of work, living off n ...ival in 1969 where it was presented by students from Leicester University. A proessional production subsequently opened at the Nottingham Playhouse and
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