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ADDITIONAL INFO

The Cut, Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8NB

Upcoming Highlights

  • A Christmas Carol

    Booking until Jan 20

  • The Divide

    Opens Jan 30, 2018

  • Fanny and Alexander

    Opens Feb 21, 2018

  • A Monster Calls

    Opens Jul 07, 2018

  • Sylvia

    Opens Sep 01, 2018

A Christmas Carol

Until January 20, 2018

BAFTA Award-winning Welsh actor Rhys Ifans takes on the iconic role of Ebenezer Scrooge this Christmas, in a brand-new production created by Jack Thorne, the Olivier-winning playwright behind Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Presented at the Old Vic, this new production will be helmed by Matthew Warchus. Get ready for spine-tingling drama and goodwill to all during this Christmas season!

The Divide

January 30-February 10, 2018

Alan Ayckbourn returns this year with the playwright's most formidable work, The Divide. Told over two parts, we're transported to an England, one hundred years hence, where a catastrophic plague has ravaged the population, leading to a forced segregation between the sexes. In a dystopian landscape Orwell would be proud of, love blooms between a young man and woman, despite the fateful consequences of direct contact.

Fanny and Alexander

February 21-April 14, 2018

This brand-new work sees the celebrated movie by Ingmar Bergman translated to the London stage by Stephen Beresford, and directed by Max Webster. Focusing on two siblings whose idyllic family existence is shattered with the death of their father, the titular pair and their loving mother have a struggle for happiness when she is forced to marry a strict bishop. A touching portrayal of family upheaval and the sanctity of childhood.

A Monster Calls

July 7-August 25, 2018

Thirteen-year-old Connor and his mum have been just fine since Connor's father moved to America, but now his mum is terribly sick and isn't getting any better. Throw in a paid of over-bearing Grandparents and some bullish school kids and Connor feels all alone, alone until he meets the monster of course.

Sylvia

September 1-22, 2018

One of the icons of the Suffragette movement and proto-feminist, Sylvia Pankhurst, gets the musical treatment in this fresh new piece from Katy Prince and Priya Parmar. Using an eclectic mix of song, dance, hip-hop, funk and soul, her incredible drive and advocacy for universal suffrage and the life behind the public figure are examined for a new generation.

LOCATION

Nearby Restaurants

Assado - Waterloo
0.05 mi away at 157 Waterloo Road
Main £13 | Three course meal £24
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0.14 mi away at 1 Sandell Street
Main £10 | Three course meal £17
Bar & Restaurant: French Cuisine

Baltic Restaurant & Bar
0.25 mi away at 74 Blackfriars Road
Main £12 | Three course meal £30
Modern Restaurant: European Cuisine

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