January flew by and we had a fantastic month with a variety of live entertainment and we have much more to follow the coming weeks.
Romeo and Rosaline continue’s to run through till Feb 14th, Tues – Sat 7.30pm and Sat 2.30pm for more information and for tickets please visit the theatre websitehttp://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/romeo-and-rosaline.html
Sunday 8th Feb Final Edit present Performance Lab a scratch night with a difference - it's for all types of live performance and aimed at those doing or developing something new with their own practice. This includes innovation in technique, subject matter or method of creation. This innovation doesn't have to be entirely new but new to their own practice and can be the first time they do this or at a later stage of development of the idea. Stay and feedback after in the bar.
Blaggards return Monday 9th Feb presenting a lively collection of plays from selected emerging, up and coming writers in this fast paced, cabaret style night. Ranging from comedy, to drama, to horror, to romance. The actors and directors you see today will be the big stars of tomorrow.
Lambeth College are back Friday 13th Feb for the first time this year with their cracking line up of music, kicking off with a number of acoustic acts followed by a great reggae band to see us through the rest of the evening.
Valentines Day Comedy Special Saturday 14th Feb, Clapham Comedy Club have a very special line up for those that fancy a good laugh on the so-called most romantic day of the year. Line-up includes, Vikki Stone, Andrew Watts, Angus Dunican’, Andrew Hammond MC Katie Lane & Free Lollipops & ChocsWe have put together a fabulous package price deal £25 Entry ( For Advanced bookings or copy of Time Out) £30 on the Door for Comedy Show, Large Glass of Wine ( Red, White, or Rose) Or Beer or Soft drink plus Bread, Cheese and charcuterie sharing plate – the perfect sharing accompaniment to start a fun evening.
Sun 15th Feb The Owle Schreame Theatre Co. presents a "Vagabond Stage" Reading and Exploration of Gammer Gurton's Needle (1553), by John Still The second ever English comedy.
Mind your Head presents Scribble: Welfare Monday 16th Feb Health, happiness, security... Whose responsibility is it? Following on from December's sell-out SCRIBBLE: Gender, Mind Your Head are taking the theme of welfare and exploring this complex topic through new writing and collaborative theatre, aiming to open up the discussion and use theatre as a platform for change.
Tuesday 17th Feb The Murderettes are back with their Improvised murder mystery comedy. We murder people for your enjoyment. And ours. You create 4 new characters - one is dramatically murdered. Our detective hero dashes from place to place, encountering romances & adventures along the way. Will we discover whodunnit? Will the murderer be punished? Find out as a brand new story unfolds during each improvised comedy performance.
Unheard Festival 19th - 22nd Feb, UNHEARD is a unique new writing festival, exploring themes around sexual abuse and violence, produced by Goblin Baby Theatre Co. The first UNHEARD Festival took place at The Space in 2013 and this will be its second instalment.
The Festival will feature scratch performances of new short plays, rehearsed readings of new one-act and full length plays as well as a poetry event and a one woman show. Furthermore, UNHEARD will also be presented in combination with three V-Day benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues.
Friday 20th Feb we welcome Huguenots plus support from the Hummingbirds for an evening of folk music.
Here to Havana return Sat 21st Feb, the 17 piece band's first show this year and if its anything to go by there performances last year we can expect a cracking evening of Afro/Latin/Jazz.
24rd – 28th Feb Vagabond Stage return with the Owle Schreame theatre company's daring and foolhardy "Vagabond Stage" season of obscure classical theatre opens at the Bread and Roses this year, with the first English comedy ever written: Ralph Roister Doister. Thrusting, ridiculous and bawdy, the production's presented alongside an even rarer staging of Jack Juggler, a 16th Century English Commedia Del Arte from the same author (Nicholas Udall).
Sat 28th Feb Generation Live present Blender, an evening of some of the best new and up and coming musicians around, many are set to play at Glastonbury festival this year and some who already have in previous years.
THE BLUES JAM WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY 1ST MARCH
For more information and tickets for our theatre productions please visitwww.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk
06/02/15 – 14/02/15 – Theatre: Romeo and Rosaline @ 7.30pm
08/02/15 – Theatre: Performance Lab @ 7.30pm
09/02/15 – Theatre: Blaggards @ 7.30pm
11/02/15 – Open Mic @ 8.30pm
13/02/15 – Live Music: Lambeth College
14/02/15 – Live Music: Valentine’s Day Comedy Special @ 7pm
15/02/15 – Theatre: Vagabond Stage @ 2pm
16/02/14 – Theatre: Scribble: Welfare @ 7.30pm
18/02/14 – Open Mic @ 8.30pm
19/02/15 – 22/02/15 - Theatre: The Unheard Festival/Vagina Monologues @ 3pm/5pm/7.30pm
20/02/15 – Live Music: Huguenots plus support from The Hummingbirds @9pm
21/02/15 – Live Music: Here to Havana @9pm
24/02/15 – 28/02/14 – Theatre: Vagabond Stage @ 7.30pm
28/02/15 - Live Music: Generation Live present a night of live music @8pm
1st March - Live Music: The Blues Jam @ 5pm