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Playing Now & Coming Soon

Greenwich Theatre is taking centre stage as the iconic building gets a makeover thanks to an investment from the Royal Borough of Greenwich, and unveils artistic plans for a bold new era over the next 25 years. “This is absolutely the theatre’s moment, no doubt about it,” said Artistic and Executive director James Haddrell as the building in Crooms Hill begins a period of repair. With roof repairs to the 1855 building underway, and plans for some rewiring, front of house improvements and the creation of a new studio theatre announced today, the company is also launching a bold new ethos. [Read the full statement here]

The Girl Who Fell In Love With The Moon

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Sun 11 September 2016

'It wasn't a particularly spectacular night, as she sat stargazing in her room...'

Join this tattered troupe as Luna's tragic tale unravels for the first time. But why tonight?



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Sun 11-Tue 13 September 2016

Horribly honest clowns and questionable cabaret acts ignite the stage with Human Zoo's trademark live music, puppetry, poetry and movement.


Approaching Shakespeare [Workshop]

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Wed 14 September 2015

A three-hour workshop for actors, directors, and audiences of all experience levels (and genders), led by the award-winning Smooth Faced Gentlemen.


Lady Anna: All At Sea

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Thu 15-Sat 17 September 2016

It's 1871. Anthony Trollope is Australia-bound aboard the steamship Great Britain and passes the time by writing his latest tale, Lady Anna...


An Evening With Wildlife Expert NIGEL MARVEN

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Sun 18 September 2016

Britain’s busiest wildlife presenter and worldwide celebrity Nigel Marven has swum with sharks and wrestled with alligators. He’s slithered with snakes, crept and crawled with insects. He’s even been back in time by millions of years to walk with dinosaurs in ITV’s hit show Prehistoric Park.


The Man Who Would Be King

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Tue 20-Sat 24 September 2016

A tale of greed, adventure and ruin inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s classic mercenary yarn.

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