THE LONDON COMEDY COURSE train over 300 comics a year and use headline comics who play venues such as 'Jongleurs' as tutors.  5* rated for the past three years by

All courses are aimed at the beginner and range from 3 hour taster sessions to 6 week Monday evening courses with a showcase at the end.

Recent students have won numerous competitions including LOADED magazine  comic of the year.   Great thing to try for fun, for a hobby or as many of our students found a new source of income and career.

We are happy that THE LONDON COMEDY COURSE have been based in our venue for it's third year now.

See   for full info    PRICES FROM £45


Dick & Lotte present

Tuesday 28th July to Sunday 2nd Aug  8pm   (Sun 5pm)    £13.20

 Alan Ayckbourn's



It intimately follows a few days in the lives of six characters, in four tightly-interwoven stories through 54 scenes. In 2006, it was made into a film Cœurs, Private Fears in Public Places by Alan Ayckbourn, traces the lives and relationships of six loosely linked people in London. 

Does Nicola still love Dan? Can Stewart be on the verge of an office romance? Will Imogen ever find true love? Does Ambrose have a secret life? And what on earth is Charlotte up to?

Bookings via external agent


 Tues 4th to Thurs 6th August  7pm - 10pm

ACTING & CASTING COURSE FOR BEGINNERS  (total 3 sessions - 9 hours)

Did you know our training centre is a well known casting suite for theatre and film productions and used by many companies to find actors/performers each week

Did you know that a number of our  students with no previous acting skills have been cast in professional theatre, film and TV productions as they have been spotted by our casting director while in training. 

We have decided to do a special 3 evening intense course which not only will give you the skills to  act and do well at castings for both theatre and TV.

To book and more information click HERE 


Fri 7th Aug   9pm to late  £5

TV/TS social night see


Sat 8th Aug to Fri 14th Aug (no show Monday)


8pm  (Sun 5pm)    £13.00   (members £5 Tuesday performance only)

A HANDBAG!   need we say more

Box office 0208 694 1888  or BOOK ONLINE


In association with Samuel French

16th to 19th Sept 8pm


"Do you know what I mean Tone?" If those words send a shiver down your spine then you've probably encountered the monstrous Beverly before.

As hostess of the most excruciatingly uncomfortable soiree ever, the main character of Mike Leigh's  play, Abigail's Party has entered popular culture as the epitome of 1970s suburban boredom and snobbery.

Free cheese and pineapple sticks for everyone and the theatre bar will be removing some of its Chilean Merlot and restocking with 'Blue Nun' to bring back the flavour of the 70's.  

Tickets £15

Box office 0208 694 1888 or book on line HERE


Tues 29th Sept to Sun 4th Oct 2015


A Woman of No Importance is about how human beings often have differences between one another, that humans are ultimately more alike than different. This publication is highly recommended for those that are fans of the writings of Oscar Wilde and also those who are discovering his works for the first time.


15th to 17th Oct  8pm    £15


by Keith Waterhouse in association with Samuel French

Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell is a play about real-life journalist . Bernard was still alive at the time the play was first performed in the West End in 1989. Bernard wrote the "Low Life" column in The Spectator. The play's title refers to the magazine's habit of printing a one-line apology on a blank page when he was too drunk or hung-over to produce the required copy and a substitute article could not be found before the deadline for publication. Its premise is that Bernard has found himself locked in overnight at his favourite public house, the coach and Horses in Soho Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell was a highly successful vehicle for its original star Peter O'Toole. The show opened in Brighton in September 1989, moved to Bath and made its triumphant London debut at the Apollo Theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue in October. O'Toole also appeared in a later revival at the Old Vic. The Old Vic run was totally sold out, and on 23 August 1999 the London Evening Standard published a 'Bluffer's Guide' to enable readers to pretend they had seen it: "thereby allowing dinner party conversations and watercooler debates to run their course unhindered by ignorance." O'Toole was followed in the part by Tom Conti who starred in a revival of the play until September 2006 at the Garrick Theatre in London. The part has also been played by James Bolam, Dennis Waterman,  and Robert Powell,  A cast of six bring this great modern  comedy classic to life. 

Box office 0208 694 1888 


The London Theatre touring event

Sat 31st Oct & Sun 1st Nov 10am to 4pm


Did you know our theatre also does a number of  external touring productions and large scale events around the UK each year?  Part of this is running three major model railway shows  in New Cross, Sevenoaks and Cobham.   These are large scale exhibitions, which saw over 900 people attending our last show in Sevenoaks over a 8 hour period.  Our next show is our New Cross show and is a great day out for the whole family!

The event is held at Hatcham St James School, opposite New Cross Gate BR and there is a aftershow Bottled Beer festival at our theatre from 4pm

Tickets from £4 if pre booked

22 fully scenic working train layouts from Z to O gauge

15 trade and model shop stands

2 x Train Simulators

Children's driving layout

Modelling demonstrations

Model bus displays

Large scale model aircraft


See   for all info

You can also pre book at our box office on 0208 694 1888 or ONLINE


Thurs 5th to Sat 7th Nov  8pm

JOY DIVISION - the Nazi Sex Slaves Story

by Harry Denford

In the 70s and early 80s, the well-known Manchester band, Joy Division, took their name from events had nothing to do with joy. The name comes from forced labour camps in Nazi Germany. In these camps, thousands of young  Polish women were used as sex slaves for German officers before they went to fight on the Russian front. These young girls, known as 'Feld Hure' (Field Whores), underwent daily 'enjoyment duty' where three bad reports were met with brutal levels of punishment. The question is, in such dire circumstances, do humans take solace in the companionship of others suffering the same fate? Or does an individual's supposed submission give them greater dominance and a longer shelf life? Warning: Contains Female Nudity. 

This production has been seen in numerous theatres around the UK, performed and was performed in English or Polish and in 2014 was included in the Summer RADA festival in the West End.

Tickets £10.50   (members £5)  Box office 0208 694 1888

Over 18 only


 Tues 10th Nov to Sun 22th Nov 


Two weeks of new plays, dance, stand up comedy & live music and new shows each night