Southwark Playhouse People's Company present
by Rachele Fregonese and the People's Company
What is London? How is it changing? What does it mean to be a Londoner? People’s Company explores these issues in Thames Tales, a newly devised play that takes a closer look at issues such as social change and redevelopment.
In a imaginary street by the river in North Southwark, a wide variety of Londoners cross paths. They ignore, befriend, love and hate each other. They share their stories, which are our stories. A multitude of tales and experiences that are reshaping and re inventing London’s identity, and the community itself.
People’s Company is Southwark Playhouse’s free community theatre company. It’s members come from a varied background, making it a very diverse group of theatre lovers.
Please note that The Tiny space is up 22 steps so regrettably is not accessible to wheelchair users.
Erina Jamil Nordin
Set and Costume Design
Kimberly Marie Freeman
Harvey Steven Meneses
Thursday 29th March
Free post-show discussion on the themes of regeneration and North Southwark with Rev. Peter Stevenson and Norma Lawrence.