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One Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP
One Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP
This brand new 900 seat theatre represents the newest venue from Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr. After an impressive tenure of 12 years at the National, the pair hopes that the Bridge Theatre will become one of the capital's beacons of new and innovative writing. The inaugural season opens in October 2017 with Rory Kinnear starring in Young Marx, a comedy about the famed thinker's early, less esteemed years.
Opens Oct 18
The Black Cloud
Opens Jan 01
Opens Jan 20, 2018
Opens Feb 06, 2018
Opens Oct 02, 2018
October 18-December 31, 2017
Faced with a failing marriage and a frustrating bout of writer's block, this imaginative and affectionately irreverent portrait of the esteemed thinker takes us back to the early years of Karl Henrich Marx. Starring Rory Kinnear as the titular grandfather of communism, Richard Bean and Clive Coleman's play takes us back to 1850 where the 32-year-old is holed up in Dean Street, wasting his talent on getting wasted.
Opens January 1, 2018
Based on the novel by Fred Hoyle, a new stage adaptation by Sam Holcroft comes to London's newest theatre, described by Richard Dawkins as "one of the greatest works of science fiction ever written". The apocalyptic tale, set in 1964, follows a group of astrophysicists who become aware of an enormous cloud of gas and dust, headed for our solar system. The cloud has the potential to end all life on earth, if it blocks out the Sun's rays. The fate of the world is put in the hands of a group of scientists in a remote location in England - but will they succeed?
January 20-April 15, 2018
As Rome celebrates the return of their leader Caesar after a victory in battle, a conspiracy is growing beneath the surface. Caesar has absolute power, surely it will not be long until he begins to abuse his position. Convinced of a threat to the city, Cassius persuades the moral Brutus that something must be done. Don't miss this all-new promenade staging of Shakespeare's explosive tragedy, where honor, friendship, and patriotism are tested to violent ends for the sake of the greatest empire in history.
Opens February 6, 2018
Harriet Lane's 2012 debut thriller is adapted into a new stage drama by Lucinda Coxon, premiering at London's brand-new theatre at Tower Bridge. As part of the Bridge Theatre's inaugural season directed by Nicholas Hytner, this world premiere drama in 2018 explores the dark side of London's literary scene, and the ambition that can spiral out of control. With casting yet to be confirmed, watch this space for further information.
Opens October 2, 2018
What do you get when you combine Georges Bizet's iconic romantic opera with the sultry heat and musicality of 1950s Havana? This exciting new production forms part of The Bridge Theatre's inaugual season, and is directed by Nicholas Hytner,, fresh from his tenure at the National Theatre. Concieved by acclaimed playwright Lucy Prebbles (behind recent hits Enron and The Effect), this new version of the iconic opera features brand-new choreography by Cuban dancer Miguel Altunaga. Part-ballet, part opera, this is Carmen as you've never seen her before.
Dim T - London Bridge
0.13 mi away at 2B More London Place
Main £10 | Three course meal £17
Modern Restaurant: Pan-Asian Cuisine
0.14 mi away at Tooley Street
Main £10 | Three course meal £22
Wine Bar: British Cuisine
Gaucho - Tower Bridge
0.16 mi away at 2 More London Riverside
Main £20 | Three course meal £40
Modern Restaurant: Argentinian Cuisine
River Side Apartments
0.19 mi away at 17-24 Magdalen Street, Camberwell, London
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Chand Apartments - London Bridge
0.19 mi away at 17-31 Magdalene Street, London
4 Star, Prices from £160
Hilton London Tower Bridge
0.22 mi away at 5 More London Place, Tooley Street
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