PREVIEW: Aftershock: Theatre N16’s Military Season

From the 6th November, Theatre N16 will present a season of military themed work in remembrance of wars past, discussion of current conflicts and warning of those which may yet come to pass. As part of the season, three core plays will examine what it means  to go to war and how it changes us… Read More

PREVIEW: Full Circle, Theatre N16

Following its successful run at the Arts Theatre in 2015, Full Circle arrives once more in London at Theatre N16 between the 9th-11th and 21st-24th May.  Four of the most notorious women in Greek mythology – Phaedra, Helen, Medea, and Clytemnestra – have been removed from the blood-stained pages of their tragedies and brought together… Read More

PREVIEW: Dark Vanilla Jungle, Theatre N16

Philip Ridley’s dark monologue arrives at Theatre N16 from the 21st March until the 31st March.  Andrea keeps getting asked if she’s ashamed. Ashamed of what she did to the soldier. Of what she did to the baby. But Andrea’s not ashamed at all. And she wants to tell you why…  Presented by Second Sons… Read More

PREVIEW: Swifties, Theatre N16

Theatre N16 will present a new adaptation Jean Genet’s play The Maids from the 28th February.  Written by Tom Stenton and directed by Luke Davies, Swifties explores the destructive effect that celebrity fetishism and social media can have on the lives of normal people. Yasmin and Nina work in an Amazon “fulfilment centre”. They live in… Read More

REVIEW: He(ART), Theatre N16

Andrew Maddock examines the lengths that people will go to in order to protect the ones that they love through the eyes of four very different characters.  In He(ART), audiences meet Alice who wants Rhys to sort out his heart condition and Kevin and sister Sam just want to know that their mum is going… Read More

Reviews to Look Out for: January – March

Welcome to 2017! Here’s a guide to some of the reviews to look out for (so far) in the coming months:  The Kite Runner, Wyndham’s Theatre: already in previews, Khaled Hosseini’s beloved story arrives in London for a strictly limited season, playing until the 11th March. The cast includes Ben Turner in the lead role of Amir… Read More

NEWS: Fringe Hit Happiness is a Cup of Tea Returns to London

Annie McKenzie’s solo show Happiness is a Cup of Tea will transfer to the Theatre N16, following successful runs at The Hen and Chickens, the Canal Cafe Theatre, the VAULT Festival, LOST Theatre.  Combining story-telling, puppetry, song and grief Annie McKenzie’s monologue explores family and grief. During a stormy night on the cliff top at Beachyhead,… Read More

PREVIEW:Swing By Around 8, Theatre N16

Presented by Theatre N16’s First Credit Scheme, Jess Bray’s comic play arrives at the theatre from the 20th November until the 1st December.  It’s just a dinner party. A normal civilised dinner party. Except it’s not – definitely not. Directed by Amy Hendry and Ellie Gauge and starring Paul Boichat, Rebecca Drake, Maanuv Thiara and Maisie Black,… Read More