Originally conceived in 2018, the House of Blakewell’s Everything Is Absolutely Fine is a fitting show to usher in theatre for 2021 and prescient in the way it broaches mental health issues.
“Sharply observed”, “electric”, and “brilliant drama” – Take a look at what Twitter users are saying about the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Bridge Company’s productions of The Sandman and What Was Left, then book your tickets for the final performances!
Going to see The Sandman is more than just the chance to see some young superstars in the making. It’s a great show, with a powerful message and some gripping acting performances (and a tap dance).
As they open at Southwark Playhouse check out these production images from Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Bridge Company’s new drama What Was Left and watch the cast of new musical The Sandman talk about the scary new show. Book your tickets now!
How did a short story by ETA Hoffman get transplanted to South London to create a chilling new musical? Co-creators Harry Blake and Jennifer Fletcher tells us all about The Sandman, the production created by the Brit School’s Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Bridge Company. Book your tickets now!
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge Company, which features a cast of recent graduates from the BRIT School, comes to Southwark Playhouse next month with world premieres of musical The Sandman and drama What Was Left. Book your tickets to see these exciting new theatremakers in action now!
The Norse mythology musical you’ve been waiting for, unashamedly silly and brilliantly performed – and there’s even a tap number.
There is a simplistic charm to Carmen from Opera Up Close that see’s Bizet’s classic stripped down to a talented cast of nine and an orchestra reduced to the most elegant of quartets. One of the most popular works in the classical canon, Carmen makes for a great introduction for those just dipping a toe into the opera genre. With a musical score that alone could fill a Now That’s What I Call Classics compilation, the melodies are familiar and the story offers a parable that is, sadly, as timely today as at its 1875 premiere.