“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!
Molly Taylor’s What was Left looks at what happens when young people are forced to grow up too quickly.
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!
Normally the cast is created to fit the play, but not with What Was Left; playwright Molly Taylor created that piece to fit the exciting company of young performers she is working with. She tells us more about this collaboration with an exciting young company in her interview. Have a read, then book your tickets!
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!
Although younger audiences are often the harshest critics, enjoyable and engaging children’s theatre does not need lavish sets, costumes or gimmicks. Flicker and the Flying Books, a new production presented by the Royal Exchange, with props made out of paper, had all of the young, curious theatre-goers joining in with the performers, following simple movements, laughing and clapping. All going to prove that interaction, music and familiarity are key when trying to put on a show for 3 – 8 year olds.