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Greenwich Theatre

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In Person: Crooms Hill, Greenwich, LONDON, SE10 8ES
Phone: 020 8858 7755
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Beauty and the Beast
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Lost in the forest and caught in the midst of a terrible storm, Belle’s father seeks shelter in an old castle, but what starts as a magical adventure with food and drink appearing before his eyes rapidly becomes something far less cosy. Caught by the mysterious Beast in the act of picking a rose for his youngest daughter he must make a terrible decision, one which could tear his family apart – but Belle may prove to be far more resourceful than anyone thinks, and the Beast could be in for a surprise…

For over 250 years, the tale of Beauty and the Beast has been told and retold, in print, on screen and in the theatre, but now the ‘tale as old as time’ gets a fresh makeover with an astonishing cast of actor-musicians in a magical, musical, laugh-out-loud new adaptation.

Beauty And The Beast
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Lost in the forest and caught in the midst of a terrible storm, Belle’s father seeks shelter in an old castle, but what starts as a magical adventure with food and drink appearing before his eyes rapidly becomes something far less cosy.

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Jez Butterworth's The River
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Featuring Paul McGann (Doctor Who, Holby City, Jonathan Creek, Luther)
On a moonless night in August when the sea trout are ready to run, a man brings his new girlfriend to the remote family cabin where he has come for the fly-fishing since he was a boy. But she’s not the only woman he has brought here – and nor is she the last.

From Mojo to Jerusalem and The Ferryman, Jez Butterworth’s plays have won two Olivier Awards, a Tony Award, a Critics Circle Theatre Award, an Evening Standard Theatre Award and more. The River returns to London in the first major revival since its world premiere at the Royal Court in 2012.

Kerry Ellis - Queen of the West End
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From My Fair Lady to We Will Rock You, from Les Miserables to Wicked, in both the West End and on Broadway, she has starred in musical theatre’s biggest roles, making shows her own and earning her numerous awards. Her list of credits is remarkable and also include Oliver!, Cats, Miss Saigon, Chess, The War Of The Worlds, and Anything Goes, among many others.

She has recorded 4 studio albums, and toured the world both as a solo artist and with her good friend Sir Brian May. And now the star who grew up admiring musical theatre icons Liza Minnelli and Barbra Streisand is looking back on her illustrious career.

Dick Whittington and his Cat
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Join Dick Whittington and his Cat as they seek fame and fortune in an adventure through good old London Town! Can he outwit the evil King Rat, defeat his gang of revolting rodents?! Will he win the beautiful Alice Fitzwarrens hand in marriage and become Lord Mayor of London?! Find out in this pantomime paved with gold!


Written by and starring Greenwich Pantomime veteran Anthony Spargo – back for his 11th year!
Musical Direction by “Uncle” Steve Markwick
Directed by James Haddrell

To find out what else is happening at Greenwich Theatre, visit their website here.

DLR/Tube:Greenwich and Cutty Sark stations, for Lewisham, Canary Wharf (for Jubilee line), Bank (for Northern line), and Stratford.

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Greenwich Theatre is one of London’s most beloved Off-West End theatres, holding a programme of drama, music, theatre, family shows, and pantomime all year round.

The theatre has a national reputation of encouraging the work of young and exciting theatre companies, consistently providing a debut stage for new writing that often transfers around the country, returns to the West End, and then makes it way across the world.

Although the Greenwich Theatre has its groundings in supporting emerging talent, the site on which the current building stands is rich with a history that reaches back many years before the opening of the present-day venue in 1969. At the beginning of the 19th century, the theatre was associated with Richardson’s travelling theatre - a fairground theatre which presented twenty-five minute shows in several genres. The shows became so popular that some records account for over 10,000 people attending the event. The show was eventually closed due to the enormous amount of attendees, who exhibited drunkenness and caused public nuisance. However, the theatre continued to celebrate its heritage, with Eleanor Bufton reciting a poem including lines concerning Richardson’s show on her first night as the manager of the Greenwich Theatre.

In recent times, the theatre is at the forefront of developing the UK’s family theatre scene, and celebrates the genre by producing the annual Greenwich Children’s Theatre Festival, and presenting one of the country’s most acclaimed traditional pantomimes. It also developed a partnership with Sell a Door Theatre Company who presented a re-run of The Who’s popular musical, Tommy, which was performed at the venue in 2015, in its first performance in over 20 years.

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