London's Community Theatre 246a Lower Road, Waterloo, London, SE1 8SJ
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Yerma

Yerma and Juan love each other but after several years of marriage they are childless and people have started to gossip. Who, if anyone, is to blame...? 10th–13th Jul
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Jerusalem

Welcome to England's pleasant pastures, and to St George’s Day at the annual Flintlock fair. This may be England's green and pleasant land, but there is definitely trouble in paradise. Opening Night is sold out and all other performances close to being so too. So, don't delay, or you may miss the Fair! 23rd–27th Apr
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Directors for 2024 Season

We are looking for full length shows to be proposed for our 2024 season. If you have an ambition to direct at Network Theatre, please see how to apply to us here. 1st Jan
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Murdered to Death

A hilarious spoof of Agatha Christie murder mystery traditions. 17th–20th May
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2023 Season Launch

Come along to meet the Directors of our 2023 Season. Find out about the shows they are directing and how you could get involved. 12th Jan
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Someone of Significance

"People are so far away from one another And, very often, the people who are the furthest apart Are those who love each other." - Rainer Maria Rilke, Kismet 28th Feb, 1st–5th Mar
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A Society

A SOCIETY (FOR THE CUTTING UP OF MEN) is a frenetic mashup of satirical texts about what the world would look like without patriarchy. 31st Jan, 1st–5th Feb
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Poetry from the Underground

Network Theatre Member and spoken word artist Alain English brings together some of London's finest spoken word and poetry talent for a night of wit and wordplay at Network Theatre. 18th Sep
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Cinderella

Big on laughs, but true to form, this traditional pantomime warms your hearts with a delightful Cinderella, a particularly endearing Buttons and outrageously funny Ugly Sisters! Yet more chaos and laughter ensues when two comic builders, Bodget and Leggett arrive to re-develop Hardship Hall, whilst Hagan the pantomime horse provides a novel twist. With loads of originality, audience participation, slapstick routines and traditional business, this performance is not to be missed. 30th Nov, 1st–4th Dec
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Dead Man’s Cell Phone

An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café.  A stranger at the next table who has had enough of it.  And a dead man-with a lot of loose ends.  So begins Dead Man’s Cell Phone. Dead Man’s Cellphone is a work about how we remember the dead – and how that memorialization changes us.  It is the journey of a woman forced to confront her presumptions about morality, redemption, and isolation in a technologically obsessed society. 12th–15th Oct
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