FRINGE THEATRE NOTES
Theatremonkey has been asked to mention the following Fringe
productions and theatres outside the West End of London.
If you are a fringe company who would like to tell us
about a production, click here. Please
remember, if the theatre you are booked into has their website appearing below
their address details, you are already listed!
www.shakespearesglobe.com for the Globe Theatre. Look under "Booking" on
their website for a full pictorial layout and photographs of the auditorium.
Limited venues are listed on each page, to
access other venues, click here.
2 Shepperton Road, London N1 3DT
Box Office: 020 7704 6665
How to get Here: Highbury and Islington (Victoria and mainline), Old
Street (Northern and mainline) and Angel (Northern Line) are the nearest
stations. Buses: 76 to Baring Street, 141 to Baring Street, 21 to Baring Street,
271 to New North Road, 38 & 56 & 73 & 171A to Essex Road / New North Road
56 Park Street, London SE1 9DT
Box Office: 020 7261 9565
How to get Here: London Bridge (Northern and Mainline) is the nearest
24-26 High Street, Kingston, KT1 1HL
Box Office: 0870 830 0200 (via See Tickets, with booking and handling
www.rosetheatrekingston.org (via See Tickets, with booking and handling
How to get Here: Kingston (Mainline) is the nearest
The Rose Lipman Building Theatre
43 De Beauvoir Rd, London, N1 5SQ
Box Office: see under individual events below.
www.themillcoproject.co.uk/rose-lipman/ (information only, for events, see
under individual listings below)
How to get Here: Haggerston (Overground Mainline) is the nearest
Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH
Box Office: 0844 482 8008
How to get Here: Chalk Farm (Northern Line) is the nearest underground
26 to 27 St. Martin's Court, London, WC2N 4AL
Box Office: see under individual event.
Online: see under individual event.
How to get Here: Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern Lines) is the nearest underground station.
Last Sunday of Each month.
Your resident hosts, The Sunday Cabaret Trio, perform songs about love,
loss and lust.
8pm (doors open 7.30pm)
All tickets: £10
Box Office for this Production:
On the night: cash only at the door.
372 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5HY
Box Office: 020 7820 1222
www.wegottickets.com or email: email@example.com
How to get Here: Vauxhall (Victoria Line) is the nearest
Russell Square, London. WC2
Box Office: see under individual event below.
Online: see under individual event below.
How to get Here: Russell Square (Piccadilly line) is the
nearest underground station.
275 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9NL.
Box Office: 08444 771 000 (Ticketweb agency, with booking
(Ticketweb agency, with booking fee)
How to get Here: King's Cross (Victoria, Northern, Piccadilly, Circle,
Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City, Thameslink, Main Line) is the
Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD
Box Office: 0870 870 4868
How to get Here:
South Kensington (Circle, District and Piccadilly lines) is the nearest
on the south bank of the Thames, between London Bridge and Tower
Bridge, next to City Hall.
Box Office: 020 7403 4866 (general venue information
www.morelondon.com/scoop.html for information only. No
booking is usually required.
How to get Here: London Bridge (Northern,
Jubilee and main lines) and Tower Hill (District, Circle and DLR lines) are
the nearest stations.
42 Cheam Road, Sutton SM1 2SS
Box office: 0208 770 6990
www.suttontheatres.co.uk (booking fees apply)
How to get Here: Nearest Station is Sutton on the Main
100-110 Euston Road, London NW1 2AJ
Box Office: 0844 248 5075 unless otherwise stated.
www.shaw-theatre.com unless otherwise stated.
How to get Here: Euston Square (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and
City Lines) is the nearest Underground station. Kings Cross (Victoria,
Piccadilly, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City Lines, also
mainline) and Euston (Northern and Victoria Lines, also mainline) stations are
also close by. Bus routes 10, 30, 73, 91, 205, 390 and 476.
"THEATRES FOR THEATRES APPEAL"
Great Ormond Street Hospital is looking for support from amateur dramatic
societies, theatres and other budding performers to help raise vital funds
towards two Neurosciences operating theatres for our young patients at Great
Ormond Street Hospital.
The Appeal aims to raise £4million towards the construction of 2 brand new state
of the art operating theatres at Great Ormond Street Hospital to be used for
children who require specialist neurosurgery. The neurosciences team treats over
8,000 children each year, with demand for neurosurgery already outstrips current
Could your company hold collections for us during your
pantomime season? Ask users of your venue to hold a collection for us during
their production? Ask patrons if they would like to add a donation to the price
of their tickets? Put a collection box on the Box Office Counter?
The Appeal can provide advertising copy, collection buckets
and boxes, stickers and paying-in slips, curtain
call speeches and other support for your fundraising efforts.
To find out more, or make a donation
their website now.