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Theatre Royal Stratford East

Gerry Raffles Square, Stratford, LONDON, E15 1BN
020 8534 0310
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The Village
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Village life for Jyoti is simple: the people work hard, sing and live off the earth. She would much rather devour a delicious meal than think about a suitable partner. But when the Inspector and his men arrive back in town, things quickly begin to sour. The Inspector’s reign of terror sees him commit unspeakable acts against the village with young Jyoti in his sights, pushing everyone to breaking point. Will she dare scorn his advances?

This new adaptation by April De Angelis of Lope de Vega’s Fuenteovejuna, is transported to contemporary India, and set against a backdrop of political unrest. Nadia Fall directs The Village which opens her inaugural season as Artistic Director of Stratford East.

The Village is a call for courage in the face of tyranny and a warning shot to corrupt authority.

Show Terms

Previews: Fri 7 - Wed 12 Sep
Time: 7.30pm (matinees on select days 2.30pm)
Price: From £10 (all preview performances are £10)
Runtime: TBC
Age Guidance: 14+
Concessions: £10 tickets for under 26s - free companion/carer tickets

Access performances:
BSL Performance - Thu 4 Oct, 7.30pm
Captioned Performance – Fri 5 Oct, 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance – Sat 6 Oct, 2.30pm
Ballet Black: Double Bill
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Led by Artistic Director Cassa Pancho, this company celebrates dancers of black and Asian descent, showcasing technique, precision and grace in specially commissioned pieces.

As part of their latest double bill, renowned British choreographer Cathy Marston, choreographs a new narrative ballet for the Company. Based on Can Themba’s South African fable The Suit, this is the first dance adaptation of the affecting short story.

This is followed by Arthur Pita’s Olivier nominated A Dream Within a Midsummer Night’s Dream, described as ‘charming and hilarious’ by Dance Europe magazine. The production mixes classical and contemporary to distil the essence of Shakespeare’s comedy, unfolding to an eclectic soundtrack that includes Eartha Kitt, Barbra Streisand and Yma Sumac. Performing it, ‘the company have never looked better’ (Independent).

Show Terms

Time: 7.45pm
Price: From £10
Runtime: TBC
Age Guidance: 12+

Concessions: Available for children and under 26s - free carer/companion ticket
The Wolves
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Stretch, squat, lunge, kick, the girls are warming up, a pack of teenage warriors ready for battle and out to score some goals.

From their plot of astro turf in the heartland of middle America the girls gossip, joke and wrestle with the big and small questions of our times, whilst trying to remain unbeaten in their high school soccer league.

Sarah DeLappe’s award-winning debut play receives its European Premiere at Theatre Royal Stratford East in a new production directed by Ellen McDougall.

Show Terms

Previews: Wed 24 - Mon 29 Oct
Time: 7.30pm (with selected matinees at 2.30pm)
Price: From £10
Runtime: TBC
Age Guidance: 12+
Concessions: £10 tickets for under 26s. Free companion/carer tickets.

Access performances
BSL Performance – Thu 15 Nov, 7.30pm
Captioned Performance – Fri 16 Nov, 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance – Sat 17 Nov, 2.30pm
Sleeping Beauty
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Theatre Royal Stratford goes Far East for a brand new festive adventure!

Sleeping Beauty has been in a deep sleep for a hundred years... but wakes to find herself in a strange city with a cruel fairy hot on her heels...

Expect our much loved mix of original songs, cracking jokes and a (huge) sprinkling of magic in London’s must-see pantomime.

Early bookers get the best prices and the best seats - so don’t snooze and lose - book today!

Show Terms

Time: 7pm (matinees 2.30pm)
Price: from £10
Runtime: TBC (approximately 135 minutes including interval)
Age Guidance: Suitable for all ages
Concessions: £10 tickets for under 26s.

Access performances:
Audio Described Performance - Sat 22 Dec 2pm
Relaxed Performance - Wed 2 Jan at 2pm
Captioned Performance - Fri 4 Jan 7pm
BSL Performance - Sat 5 Jan 2pm

This famous producing theatre, located in the heart of London's East End prides itself on creating world class work that reflects the concerns, hopes and dreams of its community.

Season at a glance:

The Village: 7 Sep - 6 Oct
Ballet Black: Double Bill: 10-13 Oct
The Wolves: 24 Oct - 17 Nov
Sleeping Beauty: 1 Dec - 12 Jan
The Unreturning: 16 Jan - 2 Feb
Equus: 15 Feb - 23 Mar
Noughts & Crosses: 24 Apr - 5 May
King Hedley II: 17 May - 15 Jun
Noye's Fludde: 1 - 13 Jul

Tickets start from just £10


Stratford Station is served by National Rail (Greater Anglia, London Overground, and c2c), the Docklands Light Railway, and the Central and Jubilee lines (zone 2).


MEZA EAST - a taste of Lebanon in East London. Delicious fresh food served daily.


Mon-Sun open from 12pm

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Tokenline: 020 3011 0755

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