Top Picks for Theatre for Cheap


The Shakespeare Globe is one of London’s most famous and popular theatres. It is also very cheap and the only theatre you can get So near the stage and pay so little. I Love the Globe and I saw Midsummer Nights Dream recently and it was spectacular.


Midsummer Nights Dream is directed by Emma Rice the new artistic director of The Globe, and it is a updated modern, fresh, totally spellbinding production. Staging, custome even down to the small details of Oberon carrying strongbow onto the stage is fantastic!! Ewan Wardrop playing Bottom and Katy Owen playing Puck make this a MUST SEE!!


You know I love Theatre N16 for it’s sheer dedication to bringing fresh theatre to the London Fringe scene. New writing and commitment to making Fringe the forefront of London theatre scene makes it a very exciting venue.

Balham Comedy Festival comes to Theatre N16

Check out the website here

Streatham Festival 2016 2nd-9th July


Streatham has it’s 15th Festival with Comedy, music, dance, theatre and Family events; there will also be workshops and various local artists. So come along and see what Streatham has to offer on the arts front to a thriving arts scene in South West London


Donmar Theatre presents FAITH HEALER

                                                                            by BRIAN FRIEL

23 JUNE 2016 – 20 AUGUST 2016. Tickets From £7.50 (standing)

The Fantastic Frank Hardy. Faith Healer. One Night Only. Throughout the remote and forgotten corners of the British Isles, Frank Hardy offers the promise of redemption to the sick and the suffering.But his is an unreliable gift, a dangerous calling which brings him into conflict with his wife Grace and his manager Teddy. Their accounts of their lives together and their memories of the past collide as they attempt to understand the power which lies at the heart of Frank’s ministry.Following her productions of Philadelphia, Here I Come! andFathers and Sons, Lyndsey Turner returns to the Donmar to direct Brian Friel’s great play about the possibility of genius, and the certainty of failure.


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