NEW SHOWS AT SOUTHWARK PLAYHOUSE
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Bridge Company presents: Sticky and Infinite Joy at Southwark Playhouse
The BRIT School graduates return to Southwark Playhouse with two brand new commissions exploring identity, sex, autonomy and self-discovery.
Written by Charlotte Josephine | Directed by Eva Sampson
Written by Brendan Cull and Robert Scott | Directed by Simon Kane
Southwark Playhouse, London. 22nd June – 14th July .
8pm|3.30pm (Previews £12, £20, £16 Concessions)
Box office: 020 7407 0234 . https://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/
A large company of young actors team up with accomplished playwright Charlotte Josephine and Director Eva Sampson who will be premiering the play Sticky which will run in rep with a brand new musical Infinite Joy written by Brendan Cull and Robert Scott and directed by Simon Kane.
Recent graduates from The BRIT School - the UK’s leading and free performing arts and technology schools– present a brand new season of work exploring the concerns of young people today around identity, sex, autonomy and self-discovery.
The show is produced through the school’s unique training initiative The Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge Company, which creates and presents dynamic, socially relevant work in a professional context, serving as a link for young actors between education and professional practice. The course is two days a week allowing students to secure paid employment from a part time job in conjunction with their training. Alumni of the The Bridge Company include; Jake Davis (Black Mirror, XY), Eric Abrefa (Julie, A Taste of Honey, NT), Jovian Wade (Doctor Who, Eastenders).
Sticky is a new play about Britain’s archaic sex education system that is failing our youth. Infinite Joy is a new musical fable about Generation Y, set on a remote Scottish island.
Clay Milner Russell