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KATZPACE STUDIO THEATRE (@katzpace)

at Katzenjammers bier keller

24 Southwark Street

London SE1 1TY

 

Box Office: Click here on on the title for direct link

 

 

Brit Ain't Right

25th-27th March// £10

 

Brit Ain’t Right gives you the opportunity to look through the keyhole and experience how it really feels to live in a ‘multi cultural’ society in the UK. Based on the writers and actors true experiences, we enter a world where life is gritty, poignant and all too familiar.

Maktub Theatre Company (MTC) is a new writing theatre company based in Hackney, East London. Our first project was a sell-out run of ‘Brit Ain’t Right’, a devised, poetic exploration of the issues we face in modern Britain at the Courtyard Theatre. Maktub Theatre Company (MTC) is a new writing theatre company based in Hackney, East London. Our first project was a sell-out run of ‘Brit Ain’t Right’, a devised, poetic exploration of the issues we face in modern Britain at the Courtyard Theatre.

 

 

LUCKY by Vicki Berwick

28th March // £10

 

Eighteen year old Lizzie is on a mission. Sat on the 9.15am train from London Kings Cross, she's travelling to her future. When Ted, an elderly man, arrives and sits opposite her she is faced with someone travelling to their past. As Lizzie reaches out to him, his life story unravels and intertwines with hers. Neither's life will be quite the same after this chance encounter.

 

 

 

 

What The F*minist

15th - 18th April // £10~£8

 

Bits'n'Bobs are proud to present their debut show "What the Feminist?!".

 

Tackling a variety of issues from toxic masculinity to growing your own boyfriend, join us as we dismantle the patriarchy one song and dance at a time in a sketch show packed with toe-tapping, bra-burning, glass-ceiling-smashing fun!

 

 

 

GAPS

22nd April - 2nd may // £12~£10

 

“Oh you are so strange. I literally have no idea why I ever let you see my vagina.”

GAPS is about the holes that pepper our lives and how we fill them. The cracks in our relationships. The omissions we make online. The imaginative Polyfilla we squeeze into conspicuous spaces. It’s about women and men and Tinder and loneliness. With some obligatory dollops of heartbreak and bullshit thrown in for good measure.

 

Woohoo Debbie was formed in 2017 to devise new work. They like to start with existing texts, finish in surprising places, and imagine that one day they’ll figure out who Debbie is.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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