September Social – Open Mic and Pizza Night
On Friday 3rd September 2021 we had an incredible evening filled with music, entertainment and pizza at the Arc.
We were blown away by the talent during the evening! Our monthly socials are a great way for us to meet with our community partners and to make new friends.
We organise a social evening on the first Friday of every month. If you want to hear more about our monthly socials, get in touch by emailing email@example.com
Prospero Theatre at Caterham Independent’s Lockdown Fest 2.0 – 30th January 2021
Prospero Theatre was delighted to be part of the Caterham Independent's Lockdown Fest 2.0!
We were pleased to be part of such a great initiative that brings a great day of health and wellbeing advice, as well as plenty of entertainment to the community.
As part of the event we shared an exclusive trailer to one of our upcoming production ‘Life Of Barry’.
Head over to the Caterham Independent’s YouTube channel to watch our trailer and other content from the day again
Waving Goodbye was performed in December 2019 as the culmination of the 2019 Sunnydown Community Performance Project. The pupils from Sunnydown worked with three actors from Prospero to develop and stage the piece, set in the Second World War, and took it to Elizabeth Court and Cherry Lodge Care Homes. The boys performed excellently and in the outside performances were a credit to their school
Scripted by Rebecca Riley and performed as part of the Inspiring Change Mental Health Festival , Bastards took a creative look at stage fright. Alex finds her courage and her potential with a little help from a few talking manikins and a bit of artistic license with the concept of time.
Performed as part of the Inspiring Change Mental Health Festival Rarional Self Interest is the debut play of the very talented Joshua Varty. A darkly humorous look at the issue of suicide and the challenges of the digital world.
A project in many stages that began life as a performance by the Harlequin Youth Theatre, migrated to Edinburgh where it got four and five star reviews and then moved to tour hospitals schools with final performances in the Brighton festival.
We devised a short commedia piece performed in David Gold’s garden. The piece was modern storytelling, using the Batman comic-book characters in a compilation of social and political scrapes!
Spells of Sisero