Southwark Playhouse

The Southwark Playhouse is an off-West End theatre located in Elephant & Castle, London.
Founded in 1993 by Juliet Alderdice and Tom Wilson, the Southwark Playhouse sets out to facilitate the work of new and emerging artists at the start of their careers.
The Southwark Playhouse is planning to open two new purpose-built venues: one in Elephant and Castle in 2022, and the second in London Bridge in 2025.

Productions (29)

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Middling
1 Review
Ends Feb 25
London: Elephant and Castle

The London Premiere of Kim Davies' modern adaptation of Strindberg’s drama 'Miss Julie'.

Score it Buy from £19
Unreviewed
Starts Feb 09
London: Elephant and Castle

The London Premiere of a chaotic new comedy directed by Mark Bell ('The Play That Goes Wrong').

Score it Buy from £19
Unreviewed
Opens Feb 17
London: Elephant and Castle

A new revival of Enda Walsh’s farce about an Irish family's relationship with one another & the past.

Score it Buy from £16
Unreviewed
Starts Mar 14
London: Elephant and Castle

Flabbergast Theatre's first narrative text-based production based on Shakespeare's tragedy.

Score it Buy from £28
Unreviewed
Opens Apr 13
London: Elephant and Castle

A true story of young Irish adults and the personal sacrifices they made opposing the South African apartheid.

65
Middling
1 Review
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

Journalist turned actor Osman Baig's one-man show about digital journalism.

Unreviewed
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

A fun-family show where dinosaurs are brought to life through puppetry. 

50
Middling
1 Review
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

Clive Judd’s award-winning debut play about a family's search for meaning.

77
Good
1 Review
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

Tom Ratcliffe's new drama about mob justice in Britain is inspired by true events. 

Unreviewed
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

A new show devised by ViSiBLE Theatre Ensemble about living with insomnia. 

61
Middling
11 Reviews
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurent's absurdist satirical musical about corruption and conformity. 

20
Bad
1 Review
Closed
London: Elephant and Castle

David Mamet's 'battle of the sexes' play returns to the UK stage after 21 years.