London's Secret Community Theatre 246a Lower Road, Waterloo, London, SE1 8SJ
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The Misanthrope

1st–4th Dec
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4.48 Psychosis

We can confirm our production will go ahead next week. It does contain flashing lights, loud noises and themes of mental illness and suicide. Not suitable for children. 13th–16th Oct
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Mrs Warren’s Profession – Reading

Young Vivie Warren has lived in England all of her life. She has a very good education, paid for by her mother’s work. She barely knows her mother, much less what her mother does for a living. When Mrs. Warren comes to visit, Vivie discovers that Mrs. Warren runs a brothel on the continent. Mrs. Warren wants to develop a relationship with her daughter and give her the benefit of her money. Vivie, on the other hand, decides that the two of them cannot have a relationship, and that she should make her own way in the world. Shaw’s play, [...]
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Everything Is OK

A new series of short pieces by the award-winning Rosie de Vekey which can be viewed on YouTube 3rd Sep
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Perfect Match

Perfect Match is a futuristic comedy exploring robot companions. 30th Jun
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The Wedding

A wedding reception and a guest invited to "keep up appearances":  what could go wrong? 16th Jun
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Postponed due to COVID-19 Please check back for regular updates

Affection I can endure, affectation I abhor.  Empty phrases, meaningless gestures of faked good-will.  These affable dispensers of embraces make me ill. 20th–23rd May
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Safe Sex

Safe Sex was Fierstein’s personal response to living in the time of AIDS. It was his attempt to deal with his own confusion about AIDS. This show is really from the heart, and it has all the anger and frustration of those responding to the AIDS crisis. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, commonly known as AIDS , first emerged in the United States in the year 1981. Cases of the disease were first reported in Los Angeles and New York when young, healthy, gay men began to develop unusual infections as a result of weak immune systems. Safe Sex is a [...] 10th–15th Mar
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When We Are Married

When a group of three couples discover that they are not legally married, each couple initially reacts with proper Victorian horror – what will the neighbors think? – and all three couples find themselves reevaluating their marriages. Hovering closely over the proceedings is the Yorkshire Argus’ alcohol-soaked photographer, keen to record the evening’s events for posterity, and a wickedly destructive housekeeper who is hoping to use the couples’ mortification to her own advantage. 4th–7th Dec
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The Future is Mental

Are you happy now? Near-future stories drawing on Black Mirror, Margaret Atwood and the black comedy of Killing Eve.  Focused on the stories of women, the plays feature all-seeing smart speakers, curing depression in unusual ways, a new way to choose a decent politician and how to look good in the afterlife. Decluttering, one of the pieces within the show, started life as a short story and was the runner-up in the Crime Writers’ Association Margery Allingham Prize 2019. 18th–23rd Feb
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