Free Theatre Summer thanks to National Theatre, Lyric & the Scoop

Free Theatre Summer thanks to National Theatre, Lyric & the Scoop

National Theatre Inside Out including Watch this Space

All summer the space outside the National Theatre is transformed into a magical outdoor performance space. This year is particularly exciting with two outdoor shows by emerging theatre companies taking place in a secret rooftop location and also the arrival of the amazing POPUP bar the Propstore which is situated just on the river.

Barricade by No Fit State Circus | Thursday 21st June-Saturday 23rd June | 10pm

Amazing circus show by Britain’s best circus artists NoFit State Circus which is based around a giant storm brewing on the South Bank.

 Take your Seats by Circus Space | Friday 29-Saturday 30th June | 10pm

2012 graduates from Circus Space present a show based on the intense atmosphere of the debating chamber.

There’s so much more in the programme check out the interactive microsite here for more 

Lyric on the Square

Great programme of events coordinated by the Lyric Hammersmith.

More information here

12 – 14 June (12pm – 3pm)
Anyone for Tea? by Les Enfants Terribles
Mad Hatters, Narcoleptic Dormice and Tweedles Dum and Dee at a Tea Party with a twist.

19 – 21 June (12pm – 3pm)
SET FIRE TO EVERYTHING!!! by RashDash
It’s time to sort out the cupboard under the stairs and burn through the To Do list.

26 – 28 June (12pm – 3pm)
Inflation by tangled feet
Politics, Economics and Bouncy Castles.

03 – 05 July (12pm – 3pm)
Symphony by nabokov
Theatre and live gig clash head on.

12 – 28 June (12pm – 3pm)
OLFACTORY by curious directive
Explore your sense of smell in this one-on-one experience. Perfumes for the show made in consultation and collaboration with Simon Constantine and Ericka Duffy (Gorilla Perfumes/LUSH). 

Free Theatre at the Scoop

La Traviata | Wednesday 20 – Friday 22 | 18:30

Modern version of the classic opera which includes east London galleries and burlesque clubs.

More info here

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.