Mon 17 December 2012

Hello and Merry Christmas from all here at Soho!

If you haven’t seen A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, we’d recommend you do. Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones, it’s an all male rendition of the Anthony Burgess book and has been causing quite a stir, in time for Christmas. It’s here until 5 January – book now though as the shows are selling out fast!

Upstairs at the moment is Jack Thorne’s MYDIDAE, a story about the darker side of love, produced by DryWrite. Drywrite, known for setting their writers a challenge – recently they gave a group of authors the task of coming up with a bit of verbatim theatre, it could either be genuine or faked, the audience were left to guess which was which. They asked BAFTA award winning writer Jack Thorne to write a play, entirely set in a bathroom.

Coming up next year the Writers Centre will be offering a range of writing workshops – take a look below for our spring line-up.

In other news, as many of you know (or have spotted), Sarah is off on maternity leave and Rebecca Gould has joined us as Creative Producer. Good luck to both!

Enjoy the rest of 2012, see you on the other side!

Steve, Rebecca, Jules and all at Soho Theatre.

Duncan Macmillan’s sell out workshop is back by popular demand! Explore the cornerstones of dramatic story telling in separate doses, or together as a course.
Mon 21 Jan, 11 Feb, 11 March, 15 April, 7pm – 10pm

This February, our Writers Centre and Comedy teams invite you to participate in our first ever Comedy Clinic, packed with workshops and sessions led by the most compelling comedic artists associated with Soho Theatre.
Sat 16 & Sun 17 Feb, 10am – 6pm

Katie Bonner and Richard Marsh explore using verse in dramatic writing. Open to all levels- you don’t have to be a poet to benefit!
Wed Mar 27, 2pm – 5pm

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