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Capital Vices by PTC New Writing

Thu 20 – Sat 22 October - 7.45pm

Wrath, greed, lust, pride, sloth, gluttony, envy: the Cardinal Sins; the Capital Vices. In the middle ages they meant damnation; in modern London they lead to trial by tabloid headlines, but they can be just as deadly. PTC New Writing explores modern sin and its consequences, both comic and tragic, in an evening of short duologues.

In the Antony Bridges Studio

Tickets £10/£7

Box office 020 8788 6943

On the Razzle by Tom Stoppard

Tue 1 – Sat 5 November - 7.45pm

When Zangler, owner of an upmarket grocery shop, heads into the city to wine and dine his fiancée, his two assistants abandon their duties to embark on high jinks of their own. Freely adapted from a nineteenth century Austrian comedy, Stoppard’s farce is as light as a Viennese cream puff and fast as a runaway hansom cab, with no identity left unmistaken, no pun unturned and every entendre doubled.

Tickets Tues £7/£5 Wed – Sat £10/£7

Box office 020 8788 6943

Young Directors

Thurs 24 – Fri 25 November - 7.45pm

Group 64's talented young people return for another round of the Young Directors. They will rehearse, produce and direct exciting and challenging scripts to be performed in the Anthony Bridges Studio. 

Tickets £10/£7/£5

Box office 020 8788 6943

Thurs 8 –Sun 11 December - 7.45pm Sat and Sun matinee 3pm no Sun evening show  

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe  by C S Lewis, dramatised by Adrian Mitchell

The wonderfully enthralling adventure of four children evacuated to an eccentric Professor’s house during World War 2. Whilst playing indoors they stumble upon an unusual wardrobe through which they discover the magical world of Narnia, and get caught up in a deadly struggle between good and evil.  Will the children be able to help Aslan and the other animals save Narnia from the spell of the White Witch?

Tickets £10/£7

Family Ticket £30

Box office 020 8788 6943

Wed 14 – Sat 17 December 7.45pm (Saturday Matinee 3.00pm)

Time of My Life By Alan Ayckbourn

The Strattons are the picture of a united and happy family as they enjoy a festive evening at their favourite restaurant. Laura is celebrating her birthday with her businessman husband Gerry, their eldest son Glyn and long-suffering wife Stephanie, their other son Adam and his new wacky hairdresser girlfriend Maureen. But what skeletons will emerge from the family closet as Ayckbourn’s bittersweet comedy invites us to follow the couples into the past and the future?

Tickets £10/£7

Box office 020 8788 6943

Tue 17 – Sat 21 January 2012 - 7.45pm

New Writing 2012: Set Pieces by PTC New Writing

For its fourth annual showcase PTC’s New Writing group examines different dramatic responses to an identical physical environment by creating a number of plays to be performed on the same set. The short dramas and comedies, developed over months of intensive workshops by the company’s most talented new writers, directors and actors, explore the relationship between space, movement, character and dialogue.

In the Antony Bridges Studio

 

Tickets £10/£7

Box office 020 8788 6943

October 20, 2011

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