Show status: Current production
The Tramshed (GLYPT), 51-53 Woolwich New Road, London SE18 6ES
18+ (16 - 17 year olds permitted if accompanied by a responsible adult)
The in2music Young Promoters are at it again! This time, with a special BBQ edition of Jam @ The Tram.
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St George's Garrison Church, 5 Mill Ln, Woolwich, SE18 6XJ
It’s discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit
Celebrated novelist Charles Condomine has invited a local medium and eccentric, Madame Arcati, to hold a séance at his house, as research for his new book. Arcati calls up the ghost of Charles’ first wife – the alluring Elvira – who delights in taunting her husband and mocking his new marriage to his new wife Ruth.
Blithe Spirit is one of Coward’s most enduring comedies, recently revived in London’s West End with Angela Lansbury as Madame Arcati. This is Changeling’s second open air Coward, the previous being the hugely popular Hayfever in 2015.
St George's Garrison Church, Woolwich, SE18 6XJ
A special outdoor edition of our end-of-season event, showcasing performance work created as part of Progression during the Summer season, headlined by Moxie Brawl. This triple-bill of outdoor performances includes: a new dance / physical-theatre piece performed by Progression young artists, in collaboration with established choreographer Wayne Parsons; a new outdoor show by Reach; and a work-in-progress by current artists in residence, Spring Theatre.
This event is British Sign Language interpreted. Wheelchair / step-free access is available at the venue.
PROGRESSION COMPANY & WAYNE PARSONS
Young performers from Progression, working with choreographer Wayne Parsons, present a new piece of dance-theatre based on themes of celebrity culture and posthumous fame.
GLYPT’s resident company of young artists with disabilities, Reach, present a new outdoor performance. Reach have previously shown work at the first CHARGED event, as well as A Bit Of A Do festival in Croydon. You can expect an absurd and hilarious performance – probably featuring Reach’s trademark dancing skeleton!!
SPRUNG THEATRE: ‘Take Your Fate and Build, Always’
Alex has a choice: mould the future or let it grow. History sings from the earth and a crossroad stands unchanged. A new performance piece by Progression company in residence, Sprung Theatre.
MOXIE BRAWL: ‘Lady In The Blue Dress’ (work in progress)
A new dance theatre piece from Moxie Brawl looking inside the head of a 19th century artist’s muse. Playing with power, femininity and how to get away with being a down right vixen.
The Tramshed, 51-53 Woolwich New Road, SE18 6ES
Sounds of the World brings critically acclaimed global musicians to Woolwich, providing a platform to share live music, culture and food with local audiences.
Audiences are invited to interact with the artists after the performances through a live Q&A session, providing an opportunity to learn about the performers artistic journeys and musical styles.
Join us for a night of explosive rhythms and hypnotic melody lines that will take you out of London and around the world.
Line up coming soon.
Summer 1999. Margate’s beaches are packed with day-trippers…. and its hotels filled with Kosovan asylum seekers – including Hanna (Celia Meiras), a survivor of Europe’s most recent genocide. Hannah (Lisa Payne) is from Margate and bored with life in the rundown seaside town – hanging out with her boyfriend Bull and his prejudiced mates. The only things the two sixteen year olds have in common are their names and their love of singing along to their favourite pop songs….
Sixteen years later, Hanna returns to Margate – this time in search of a Syrian girl she befriended in Kosovo and who may have succeeded in getting across the Channel. The Calais ‘Jungle’ is close and attempts by its residents to reach England fill the local media. Hanna hopes her young friend will be welcome in Margate, but although the town has changed, alongside the coffee bars and vintage shops, there is still an undercurrent of hostility towards the migrants and refugees who are so desperate to enter the UK.
Just as in 1999, when Hanna’s arrival turned Hannah’s life upside down, so her return takes the friends on a journey which Hannah from Margate would not have thought possible.
Hannah and Hanna in Dreamland builds on John Retallack’s award winning earlier play, Hannah and Hanna, which has been performed extensively both nationally and internationally.
“couldn’t be more topical….. gets right to the heart of the tensions that arise in depressed communities when refugees arrive. It’s funny and sad….. with head butting toughness.” The Guardian