Wednesday, December 1, 2021
spot_img
HomeNewsPOP UP PLAYS IN A CARAVAN

POP UP PLAYS IN A CARAVAN

A converted 1960s caravan in Borough Market will host a series of miniature pop-up plays over the next month.

Expect an intimate experience in the vintage vehicle, with seating limited to just ten audience members per show.

The fifteen-minute ‘Summer Shorts’ will begin on June 18 and run every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday until July 18.

There will be twelve productions per day.  Six different plays will be shown in the pop-up venue, ranging from comedy to farce to drama. The first production, ‘Sea View’, will portray a divorcee adjusting to her new life in a caravan site.  For tickets and information visit www.robinlindeproductions.com

RELATED ARTICLES

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Michael Peacock on The King of Nunhead
EricEatsPickles on Letters to the editor: 09/11/17
Bermonds03 on Rye Station
WesternApproaches on When The Blitz came to Southwark
WesternApproaches on When The Blitz came to Southwark
WesternApproaches on When The Blitz came to Southwark
Peter Bavington on Letters to the editor: 08/12/16
Darren McCreery on Letters: 25/05/16
Paula Griffin on Letters: 25/05/16
Catherine Stephens on COLUMN: Harriet Harman MP
Terrie Walker Amor on £5k raised for brave Southwark kids
Francis Githaiga on GALLERY: Walworth’s Got Talent!
Charlotté India Péto on TOMMY BLACKMORE: Photos and tributes
Jemma Louise Dwyer on Competition: WIN a bike worth £500!
SAMANTHA JANE HATTON on Tributes pour in for Barry Albin-Dyer
Mrs. Stephanie Lodge on Send us your Blue Plaque nominations
Sarah on