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In Transit at the Blue Elephant Theatre

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For those who enjoy a show that pushes them to the edge of their comfort zone, Artichoke Theatre‘s In Transit provides the perfect opportunity to experience a one woman act at the level of performance […]

Concert and puppets: treats for all families at Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Last year Dulwich Picture Gallery hosted the first of the well-known Cavatina concerts aimed at children and it was a great success. Lately discussion has raged in the media since recent statistics showed that pupils […]

Play Reading Evening – Honor Oak Pub

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We’re an amateur theatre company from Forest Hill. Currently we produce two shows a year. Our first in a series of readings will be Monday 15 September at the newly opened Honor Oak Pub. As part […]

Dulwich Players collaborate with the Royal Shakespeare Company!

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For the second time the Dulwich Players’ open-air Shakespeare production has been accepted to be part of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Project. Starting three years ago, the RSC invited amateur groups undertaking productions […]

Scenes from Hello Again – interview with director

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Sarah Morgan talks to Tania Azevedo, director of Scenes from Hello Again, which will run at Blue Elephant Theatre from Tuesday 24th June to Saturday 28th June. It is being produced by Play Pen Productions, of which […]

Theatrebugs Summer Holiday Workshop

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Hello Grown Ups! Summer is on the horizon (so they tell us anyway!) and that means that our amazing, bugtastic 5-day summer holiday workshops in East Dulwich and Herne Hill are now open for booking: […]

Puppets to enchant children and grown-ups alike

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Drew Colby is Britain’s only professional puppeteer and although still a young man he can boast of a career stretching back some 27 years, but then he produced his first performance when only twelve years […]

“The Butterfly Lovers” Brings Laughter and Smiles to the Blue Elephant Theater

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My favorite thing about seeing a children’s plays is the joy that even the smallest moments can bring to the younger audience. The Butterfly Lovers told the tale of friendship in its adaptation of the […]

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