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The New Season at Putney Arts Theatre


Putney Arts Theatre
Ravenna Road,
SW15 6AW

0208 8788 6943

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Mon 30 July – Fri 3 August
A Hard Knock Life
Ages 7-11
A group of children dream of a better life and need a plot to out-smart the grown ups and make sure that the sun will come out tomorrow – think you can help? Join us as we help the children out of their hard knock life Group 64 style through song, dance and drama!
Cost - £95 Tel 020 8788 6935

Mon 6- Wed 8 August
Ghastly Goblins and Fabulous Fairies
Ages 4-7
Explore the mystical world of Goblins and Fairies with us as we go on an adventure into their secret lives. There’s sure to be plenty of mischief and magic along the way.
Why not come along and join the fun?
Cost - £50 Tel 020 8788 6935

Tues 14 –Thurs 16 August
7pm Thursday matinée at 2pm
Written in The Stars
Written In The Starsis a dance piece performed by the Baked Bean Dance Company - a group of adults with learning difficulties. Come with us on a journey exploring the ups and the downs of fame and fortune. But will the celebrity lifestyle be all it's cracked up to be?
There's only one way to find out....
Box office 020 8944 0023

Fri 31 August, Sat 1 September
and Thurs 6 – Sat 8 September
10 Cubed
by PTC New Writing
The last word in great theatrical value for the age of austerity: PTC New Writing brings you ten
new plays of ten minutes in length for ten pounds. Ranging from the hilarious to the harrowing, each piece will present a fully-formed dramatic vision in miniature.
In the Antony Bridges Studio
Tickets £10/£7

Tue 18 – Sat 22 September
7.45pm Sat matinée at 3pm
Daisy Pulls it Off
by Denise Deegan
Scholarship girl Daisy Meredith wins a place at Grangewood School for Young Ladies, but can she overcome snobbish attitudes and a multitude to tribulations to prove worthy of it? With
treasure to find, hockey matches to win and lives to save, Daisy’s secret motto ‘Hence hope shines forth’ has never been more aptly applied than in this ripping comic yarn.
Tickets Tues £7/£5 Wed – Sat £10/£7
Box office 020 8788 6943

Wed 26 – Sat 29 September
7.45pm Saturday matinée at 2.30pm
by Dean Pitchford, Walter Bobbie & Tom Snow
When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, Ren is prepared for the adjustment to his new high school. What he isn't prepared for are the local laws - including a ban on dancing - which are the brainchild of a local preacher, bent on exercising control over the town's youths. When the Reverend's rebellious daughter sets her heart on Ren, her boyfriend tries to sabotage his reputation and many of the locals are eager to believe the worst
about the new kid. With its Oscar-nominated hit score, the celebrated film musical now bursts explosively onto the stage.
Tickets £15/£12
Box office 07941 448 689 or

Fri 12 – Sat 13 and Thurs 18 – Sat 20 October
by Dawn King
In a near-future-England where the ‘red beast’ is a public enemy, Samuel and Judith have had a
dreadful year. In a world of rations and scarcity, their struggling farm is under suspicion of vulpine interference and a ‘foxfinder’ arrives to investigate. Will he find contamination or collaboration; denial or denunciation? This production marks the amateur premiere of this tense and haunting drama, winner of the Papatango New Writing competition 2011.
Not suitable for children.
In the Antony Bridges Studio
Tickets £10/£7
Box office 020 8788 6943

August 3, 2012

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