Tea House Theatre

Winner of Time Out Love London Awards 2014

We are based in an old Victorian public house that opened in 1886 on the site of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens; immortalised as the ‘Vanity Fair’ in Thackeray’s eponymous novel.

We serve some of the best loose leaf teas available, proper sandwiches and homemade cakes; not to mention the best full English breakfast in London. Our teas have individual subtle flavours which would be overpowered by the instant, coarse, hit of coffee, so we do not sell it.

We make our own marmalade and jams, all for sale by the jar and all our teas can be bought by the ounce. Our meat comes from our local butcher and our fruit and vegetables from the local market gardens around us.

We are trying to be different. We will not hurry you. If you visit us on your lunch break, then have one, you will be more productive in the afternoon. If you want to have a meeting, we will not disturb you. If you are ‘working from home’, we have wifi. If you have children, we have highchairs, a chest of toys, and milkshakes. We always have the daily papers, so please, relax, and share in what we are trying to create, take a load off, and have a cuppa.

Hallowing Hauntings
Oct
27
8:00pm 8:00pm

Hallowing Hauntings

Random Acts Theatre Company presents

Hallowing Haunting at the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

Welcome to the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, where strangers come and
strangers go and even stranger things are sometimes
seen...
           heard...
                        felt...
                                  and SCREAMED at!!!!
Random Acts invite you to join them in a celebration of the strange goings on around the
vintage Vauxhall Tea House. Be a part of an interactive, promenade experience, where
anything can happen and actually probably will on the eve of Halloween!
“Random Acts create improvisational theatre of a calibre so high that it is almost shocking
to witness…” The Stage

18+ only

Tickets £10

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Penny Dreadful! Or, Mrs Lovett's Revenge!
Oct
31
8:00pm 8:00pm

Penny Dreadful! Or, Mrs Lovett's Revenge!

Penny Dreadful! Or, Mrs Lovett's Revenge!

There are chills and chuckles in abundance with this original one-woman show featuring Sweeney Todd's partner in crime, Mrs Lovett! Be appalled by a plethora of other grotesque characters from the cheap and grisly pages of the Victorian era's penny dreadful papers, in a theatrical comedy suitable for the young at heart. Go on - have a close shave with Mrs Lovett... She'd love to have you for dinner...

Amy Bullock stars in a show that's written by Jonathan Goodwin, and directed by Gary Archer.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017
8:00pm -  11:00pm

Tickets £10

Call on 0207 207 4585/ 0207 820 0141

Or book your tickets here.

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Words Away
Nov
6
7:00pm 7:00pm

Words Away

Short or Long? Form in Fiction

Guest writer: Tessa Hadley

Do you ever start writing a short story and find it wants to become a novel? Have you ever worried that your brilliant new idea isn’t big enough to sustain a novel? Join us as we explore the possibilities of form in fiction. Our guest author, Tessa Hadley, is a Professor of Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, and an award winning novelist and short story writer. She publishes short stories regularly in The New Yorker, reviews for The Guardian and the London Review of Books. This salon should appeal to writers who want to expand their thinking about form and length, and how to work out what a new project needs to be.

Please join us, all welcome.

Buy tickets here

Tickets: £10

Or £12 on the door

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The Best of William McGonagall
Nov
30
8:00pm 8:00pm

The Best of William McGonagall

Tea House Theatre welcomes another performance by Alain English.

The Best of William McGonagall

 Alain English, founder of Paper Tiger Poetry and Tea House Artiste-In-Residence, returns with a new show featuring the life and work of 'The World's Worst Poet', William McGonagall.  Featuring 'classics' such as 'The Tay Bride Disaster' plus musings on Shakespeare, Burns and Queen Victoria, this will an delightful, hilarious and thoroughly entertaining evening!

Ticket £5

Door opens at 8pm

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Words Away
Dec
4
7:00pm 7:00pm

Words Away

Poetry for Prose Writers

Guest: Maura Dooley

“Poetry is good because it flexes muscles you don’t often use enough. Poetry keeps you aware of your nose, your eye, your tongue, your hand. And, above all, poetry is compacted metaphor or simile.” Ray Bradbury: Zen in the Art of Writing

 

Join us alongside the award winning poet, Maura Dooley, as we discuss how thinking like a poet helps prose-writers to “flex muscles you don't use enough”. Maura is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and Reader in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths. You should come away from tonight’s salon with a clearer idea of the possibilities, and some creative suggestions to enrich your practice and nourish your prose.

Please join us, all welcome.

Buy tickets here

Tickets: £10

Or £12 on the door

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The Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Christmas & Cooks the Millennial Goose
Dec
14
8:00pm 8:00pm

The Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Christmas & Cooks the Millennial Goose

The Internationally renowned Tea House Theatre Christmas Show returns home 14th – 16th December.  Fresh from a tour of Las Vegas, Paris, Manchester Arena and repeated visits to London. This magnificent, magical, musical satirises the millennial generation and their Christmas hating nonsense.  We will trigger their feelings, ignore their howls and bathe in their tears.  

 

With Father Christmas under threat of destruction by corporatist forces, hell bent on creating a truly secular Winterville, destroying his reputation and turning Christmas Eve into a day of super profits, the magic of Christmas is truly under threat.  What is a jolly, friendly old man to do?

The Queen of the Paris Cabaret has the booking of her life.  A huge concert at the North Pole to entertain Father Christmas and his elves.  Why does she always end up in the middle of so much trouble? Can she not just put on her show?  Can she save Christmas for everyone?

 

Satire, songs and stuffing abound.  All your favourite Christmas songs, raucous belly laughs and a sumptuous, four course, Christmas dinner in the delightful surroundings of the Tea House Theatre, Vauxhall.  What more could you possibly want for Christmas?

 

Christmas Dinner Theatre. Sit and enjoy your Turkey, while our fantastic cast give it some gravy.

 

Aperatif

You will be treated to a glass of mulled wine on arrival, Roasted Chestnuts and crackers on the table

 

Starters

Classic prawn cocktail with iceberg lettuce and Marie Rose sauce

or

Roast chestnut & black pepper soup

Mains

Free-range roast turkey served with goose fat roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, roast carrots, roast parsnips, sage & onion stuffing, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and traditional gravy

or

Nut roast and wild mushroom gravy served with all the trimmings

Puddings

Traditional Christmas pudding served with brandy butter, lit at your table

and mince pies to share

 

Tickets available here or through our box office on 020 7207 4585

 

Dinner and a Show £40

Show Only £20

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The Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Christmas & Cooks the Millennial Goose
Dec
15
8:00pm 8:00pm

The Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Christmas & Cooks the Millennial Goose

The Internationally renowned Tea House Theatre Christmas Show returns home 14th – 16th December.  Fresh from a tour of Las Vegas, Paris, Manchester Arena and repeated visits to London. This magnificent, magical, musical satirises the millennial generation and their Christmas hating nonsense.  We will trigger their feelings, ignore their howls and bathe in their tears.  

 

With Father Christmas under threat of destruction by corporatist forces, hell bent on creating a truly secular Winterville, destroying his reputation and turning Christmas Eve into a day of super profits, the magic of Christmas is truly under threat.  What is a jolly, friendly old man to do?

The Queen of the Paris Cabaret has the booking of her life.  A huge concert at the North Pole to entertain Father Christmas and his elves.  Why does she always end up in the middle of so much trouble? Can she not just put on her show?  Can she save Christmas for everyone?

 

Satire, songs and stuffing abound.  All your favourite Christmas songs, raucous belly laughs and a sumptuous, four course, Christmas dinner in the delightful surroundings of the Tea House Theatre, Vauxhall.  What more could you possibly want for Christmas?

 

Christmas Dinner Theatre. Sit and enjoy your Turkey, while our fantastic cast give it some gravy.

 

Aperatif

You will be treated to a glass of mulled wine on arrival, Roasted Chestnuts and crackers on the table

 

Starters

Classic prawn cocktail with iceberg lettuce and Marie Rose sauce

or

Roast chestnut & black pepper soup

Mains

Free-range roast turkey served with goose fat roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, roast carrots, roast parsnips, sage & onion stuffing, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and traditional gravy

or

Nut roast and wild mushroom gravy served with all the trimmings

Puddings

Traditional Christmas pudding served with brandy butter, lit at your table

and mince pies to share

 

Tickets available here or through our box office on 020 7207 4585

 

Dinner and a Show £40

Show Only £20

Book the tickets here

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The Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Christmas & Cooks the Millennial Goose
Dec
16
8:00pm 8:00pm

The Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Christmas & Cooks the Millennial Goose

The Internationally renowned Tea House Theatre Christmas Show returns home 14th – 16th December.  Fresh from a tour of Las Vegas, Paris, Manchester Arena and repeated visits to London. This magnificent, magical, musical satirises the millennial generation and their Christmas hating nonsense.  We will trigger their feelings, ignore their howls and bathe in their tears.  

 

With Father Christmas under threat of destruction by corporatist forces, hell bent on creating a truly secular Winterville, destroying his reputation and turning Christmas Eve into a day of super profits, the magic of Christmas is truly under threat.  What is a jolly, friendly old man to do?

The Queen of the Paris Cabaret has the booking of her life.  A huge concert at the North Pole to entertain Father Christmas and his elves.  Why does she always end up in the middle of so much trouble? Can she not just put on her show?  Can she save Christmas for everyone?

 

Satire, songs and stuffing abound.  All your favourite Christmas songs, raucous belly laughs and a sumptuous, four course, Christmas dinner in the delightful surroundings of the Tea House Theatre, Vauxhall.  What more could you possibly want for Christmas?

 

Christmas Dinner Theatre. Sit and enjoy your Turkey, while our fantastic cast give it some gravy.

 

Aperatif

You will be treated to a glass of mulled wine on arrival, Roasted Chestnuts and crackers on the table

 

Starters

Classic prawn cocktail with iceberg lettuce and Marie Rose sauce

or

Roast chestnut & black pepper soup

Mains

Free-range roast turkey served with goose fat roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, roast carrots, roast parsnips, sage & onion stuffing, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and traditional gravy

or

Nut roast and wild mushroom gravy served with all the trimmings

Puddings

Traditional Christmas pudding served with brandy butter, lit at your table

and mince pies to share

 

Tickets available here or through our box office on 020 7207 4585

 

Dinner and a Show £40

Show Only £20

Book the tickets here

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SE11 Sessions
Dec
30
8:30pm 8:30pm

SE11 Sessions

SE11 SESSIONS New Year's Weekend Special

SE11 Sessions is Tea House Theatre's regular offering of live jazz, soul & funk!

Each month a guest vocalist features in a themed opening set, before an array of musicians combine for the jam.

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The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes
Jan
18
8:00pm 8:00pm

The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes

Acclaimed actor Jonathan Goodwin plays the great sleuth in The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes. The show  features the great detective recounting highlights of his crime-busting career. It also includes autobiographical snippets concerning his life and times, the adversaries he has faced and mysteries he has solved.

The show is presented by Don’t Go Into The Cellar! Theatre Company, the British Empire’s finest practitioners of theatrical Victoriana in a macabre vein!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPXqjBUkA7U

http://www.remotegoat.com/uk/review/12761/do-go-into-the-cellar/

Thursday, January 18, 2018
8:00pm -  11:00pm

Tickets £10

Call on 0207 207 4585/ 0207 820 0141

Or book your tickets here.

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Whitechapel Freaks
Feb
15
8:00pm 8:00pm

Whitechapel Freaks

The year is 1888, and London is in terror at the murder spree being committed by Saucy Jack! Why not seek respite from the horrors of Whitechapel by spending the evening inside Tabram's Music Hall? Fairy Fay guarantees a ripping time will be shared by one and all... A macabre cabaret of Victorian songs, weird skits and disturbing vignettes wherein you will meet a miscellany of suspects in unfamiliar guises. But which one is the Ripper?

Jonathan Goodwin and Fiona Johnston star in a show written by Jonathan Goodwin, with original music by Gary Archer.

Thursday, February 15, 2018
8:00pm -  11:00pm

Tickets £10

Call on 0207 207 4585/ 0207 820 0141

Or book your tickets here.

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Wilde at Heart
Mar
9
7:30pm 7:30pm

Wilde at Heart

de Musset & Co present

Wilde at Heart by Patrick Marley

Entry: £10 Call the House on 02072074585 for Tickets

or (with an extra charge) book here

A dramatic look at the life, loves and above all at the works of one of the most celebrated literary figures of the 19th century; a man who, in the words of W. B. Yeats, was ‘the half-finished sketch of a great man,’ destroyed by personal flaw and by a hypocritical society in one of its periodic fits of public morality.

The story of Wilde’s life is more dramatic than anything he could possibly have written -
“I thought Life was going to be a brilliant comedy. I found it to be a revolting and repellent tragedy.”


“...A delightful evening, - beautifully compiled and thrillingly performed”
Derek Jacobi

“This is the best show I have ever seen about Oscar Wilde”
Fenella Fielding

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A Pandemonium of Poe
Mar
29
8:00pm 8:00pm

A Pandemonium of Poe

Victorian Theatre with Bite, Don't Go Into The Cellar present:

A Pandemonium of Poe

Coming up next year

The Theatre Company present: a theatrical anthology of Poe's finest, fear-filled fiction.

Be led by the sinister Dr Trevellyan into the deepest recesses of the human psyche. Along the way you will encounter such stark terror as may shatter the senses! But will you emerge from the shadows alive...?

Jonathan Goodwin and Philip Jennings star in a show scripted by Jonathan Goodwin and directed by Gary Archer.

For Tickets Click Here or call the House on 02072074585

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The Great Debaters Club
Oct
18
7:00pm 7:00pm

The Great Debaters Club

"This House Would Recognise an Independent Catalonia"

Catalonia is an autonomous region of Spain led by a regional government that thinks it should be independent from the rest of the country. On 1st October, it held a referendum - declared illegal by the Spanish government and the country's Constitutional Court - on whether to declare independence.

So how should Britain respond to an 'independent Catalonia'?

You decide.

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Words Away
Oct
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Words Away

Monthly writing salons at the Tea House Theatre

"Writing fiction using real characters with guest Jill Dawson"

Words Away aims to bring writers together in a creative environment to explore the writing process.

Through the Salons, Words Away offer a focused exploration on a particular topic with a chance to exchange ideas and ask questions in a friendly setting.

Be inspired. Develop and nurture your craft. Meet other writers.

Please join us, all welcome.

Tickets: £10, buy here

Or £12 on the door

Visit the Facebook page here and the official website here

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Mocks, Shocks and Two Smoking Coffee Cups
Oct
6
8:00pm 8:00pm

Mocks, Shocks and Two Smoking Coffee Cups

Welcome to the School of Life where many a member of staff has plenty to say about their working day and even more to say about each other! Be prepared to witness the ups and downs, tears and tantrums, heartbreak and bagels on this first day back from the summer break....and who exactly was it that forgot to feed the hamster over the holidays? All will be revealed.......

Immerse yourself in this spontaneous and interactive experience and be prepared for lots of audience participation!

The award winning Random Acts are delighted to bring their latest creation, 'Mocks, Shocks and Two Smoking Coffee Cups' to the Tea House after selling out once again in this years Brighton FringeFestival.

The company have been playmates together since 1998 specialising in site specific work. Every piece of theatre is devised lovingly, created spontaneously and involves plenty of help from the audiences that come to watch!

Suitable for 18+ years

Click Here for Tickets in advance, also available on the door £10, or call the house 02072074585

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The Great Debaters Club
Oct
4
7:00pm 7:00pm

The Great Debaters Club

Every first and third Wednesday of the month.

 

The Great Debaters Club presents:

Soapbox Night

The topics include:

• Should Uber get it's license back?

• Is Jacob Rees-Mogg right about abortion?

• Should we be worried about Germany's election result?

 

 

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SE11 SESSIONS
Sep
30
8:00pm 8:00pm

SE11 SESSIONS

SE11 Sessions is Tea House Theatre's regular offering of live jazz, soul & funk!

Each month a guest vocalist features in a themed opening set, before an array of musicians combine for the jam.

'Sounds of the 70s'

SE11 Sessions is Tea House Theatre's monthly night of jazz, soul & funk! Each month a guest vocalist fronts the house band, before musicians of all influences and ages link up for a scintillating jam.

The 1970s offered something for everyone - an ambiguous, fragmented decade of excess & shortages, hedonism & melancholy, austerity & decadence. And bubbling beneath it all a pop music revolution, the reverberations of which are still felt today. To open September's session we shine a light on a few of the great '70s revolutionaries, with a set featuring the brilliant Jana Vargová.

Jana grew up in a musical family in her hometown of Bratislava (Slovakia). Surrounded by classical music, jazz, fusion, folk rock and pop, she started singing at a very young age and later took up piano and flute. She continued her studies in Slovakia, Austria and France and started writing her own music. After moving to London in 2014 she formed a folk/pop/rock band under the stage name ‘’Lanterns’’. Her melodic rock influenced songs draw you into a world of self-reflection, contemplating loss and gain, roaming and searching for home and fascination with the unknown. Her profound love of folk rock sprouts from the '70s era, and is the inspiration behind her opening set for SE11 Sessions.

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A Fireside Reading of "The Arabian Nights"
Sep
24
8:00pm 8:00pm

A Fireside Reading of "The Arabian Nights"

The Holdfast Theatre Company Fireside Readings return to the Tea House Theatre this Autumn.

8pm Tickets: £5

Call the House on 02072074585 to book in advance

Join us by the fireside on Sunday 24th September for The Arabian Nights, a magnificent collection of ancient tales told by the sultana Scheherazade, who relates them as entertainment for her jealous and murderous husband, hoping to keep him amused and herself alive.

Sir Richard Burton was an orientalist explorer, diplomat and eccentric. He was a remarkable linguist, and his mastery of Arabic enabled him to mix with the Arabs disguised as one of them. In 1853 he made Haj, the trip to Mecca that is required of every Muslim, at a time when such an exploit by a European could have meant death. He wrote many books of travel during his time as employee of the Foreign Office, but he is best known for his unexpurgated translation of "The Arabian Nights." 

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Terror on the Tracks - Don't Go Into The Cellar
Sep
22
8:00pm 8:00pm

Terror on the Tracks - Don't Go Into The Cellar

Journey back to the days of steam, where untold menace could be found lurking in the tunnels, set to leap out of the darkness to ensnare the unwary! An original stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' "The Signal-Man" and other tales of menace and melodrama are the bill of fare on offer to those brave enough to join us.

Tickets £10

Call on 0207 207 4585/ 0207 820 0141

Or book your tickets here.

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Words Away
Sep
11
7:00pm 7:00pm

Words Away

Monthly writing salons at the Tea House Theatre

"Imagining and developing characters" with guest Monica Ali

Words Away aims to bring writers together in a creative environment to explore the writing process.

Through the Salons, Words Away offer a focused exploration on a particular topic with a chance to exchange ideas and ask questions in a friendly setting.

Be inspired. Develop and nurture your craft. Meet other writers.

Please join us, all welcome.

Tickets: £10, buy here

Or £12 on the door

Visit the Facebook page here and the official website here

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Three's Company
Sep
10
7:45pm 7:45pm

Three's Company

 

Join Marcus Reeves and special guests Harry Quinn and Eckoes for a night of live music at the Tea House Theatre in South London.

Doors 7.15 pm, show 7.45 pm

Tickets £12.50 plus booking fee from Eventbrite here


Marcus Reeves

Over the last two decades, writer and performer Marcus Reeves has reinvented himself repeatedly, with incarnations as an actor, drag queen, singer songwriter and performance poet. His show Postcards from God - The Sister Wendy Musical has been presented at Jermyn Street Theatre in London's West End and at Hackney Empire Studio Theatre, with its Concept Cast Recording receiving airplay from Elaine Paige and Graham Norton on BBC Radio Two.

As part of London's alternative cabaret circuit he has performed alongside such luminaries as David Hoyle, Dickie Beau and Jonny Woo, sung in Our Lady J’s gospel choir at Soho Theatre and supported RuPaul’s Drag Race star Adore Delano at The Meth Lab. Through Southbank Centre's Voicelab, he has performed with Mercury Music Prize winners Elbow, jazz improvisation icon Bobby McFerrin, beat boxer Shlomo and UK jazz legend Ian Shaw in choirs led by Dom Stichbury, Laka D and Mary King. More recently, he joined a star studded celebration of David Bowie at Union Chapel which also featured Glen Matlock, David McAlmont, The Magic Numbers and Dan Gillespie Sells of The Feeling, and supported Tom Robinson at a fundraiser for the Russian LGBT Network.

Eckoes

British born Nigerian ECKOES is both a sharp-sighted futurist and a nostalgic sentimentalist. In her music and her listening habits (she’s an avowed fan of both James Blake and Lionel Richie) she straddles the line between cutting edge textures and soulful pop hooks. A prolific songwriter outside of her solo project, she’s penned tracks for Tara Sutaria (The Disney Channel) and co-written and performed on releases with Danny Darko, Alex Banks, Space Jump Salute and Le Visiteur.

Her debut single ‘Valentine’ garnered support from the MOBO Awards, AFROPUNK and Fame Magazine, shooting up the digital Hype Machine charts, and she even played to Kevin Spacey at the 24 Hour Play after party along the way. As a writer and singer ECKOES constantly tests the water, fusing styles she likes with effortless grace. By turns alternative R&B, swelling soul, urban electronica, and ambient, ECKOES’ project finds itself in the hinterlands of pop. Like FKA Twigs, ECKOES isn’t beholden to reliving the past by simply repackaging it. Atop her distinctive sound are her vocals, unique, inimitable, but with a sharp ear for classic hooks. Inside those vocals she pours her feelings and her experiences.

ECKOES is one of the most intriguing and emotive new outpourings to emerge from the London circuit. At the helm of her project she stands, a six foot weaver of hypnotic sounds ever refining her craft. On the one hand familiar, relatable, on the other, a statuesque artist with an aura that’s all her own.

Harry Quinn

Harry Quinn is a singer-songwriter from the UK.

His debut album "Parallels" was released on 7th April 2017. It features a distinctive mix of moods and grooves, delivered by warm soulful vocals, dynamic guitar playing and a group of excellent musicians as part of the Harry Quinn Band (full album credits available here).

Solo and as part of the band (first band show Sep 2015), Harry has played hundreds of UK shows/gigs/open mics over the last few years, highlights include playing at The Royal Society and St. Pancras Church.

The 2017 release of "Parallels" features a number of handwritten and hand drawn elements; expressed across various video, print and social medias.


 

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Piyatro Presents MUHTEŞEM ÇiFT
Aug
5
8:00pm 8:00pm

Piyatro Presents MUHTEŞEM ÇiFT

The Piyatro Collective were founded in 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey.  Working in many different disciplines; circus, pantomime, physical theatre and street theatre.

Piyatro has three rules coming from the number Pi:

1) The company doesn't repeat itself

2) It explores interpretative possibilities

3) Each piece of live art is unique

 

MUHTEŞEM ÇiFT is a piece of contemporary mime and physical theatre, creating the medium of "swing-mime".  A comic and passionate piece exploring the confusion of love. 

Tea House Theatre is proud to host both the premiere of this piece of work and the final stop of a summer UK tour of unique performance art pieces from this exciting company. 

 

Casting

Director: Piyatro Collective

Woman: Nurçin Karabıyık

Man: Şahin Adıgüzel

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Two 20 min excerpts Edinburgh preview shows
Jul
27
7:00pm 7:00pm

Two 20 min excerpts Edinburgh preview shows

An evening of two 20 min excerpts Edinburgh preview shows with open mic.

Scottish born authors Alain English and Paul Wady the Stealth Aspies take you on a journey, sharing life's joys and outrageous fortunes, on the Autistic spectrum.

Becky Fury the wild women of comedy delivered belly laughs not to be missed preview. 

sTOPSTOP collective
"HYSTERICALLY FUNNY"

£3.00 entry

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Words Away
Jul
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

Words Away

Monthly writing salons at the Tea House Theatre

"Be Your Own Writing Coach" with guest Jacqui Lofthouse

Words Away aims to bring writers together in a creative environment to explore the writing process.

Through the Salons, Words Away offer a focused exploration on a particular topic with a chance to exchange ideas and ask questions in a friendly setting.

Be inspired. Develop and nurture your craft. Meet other writers.

Please join us, all welcome.

Tickets: £10, buy here

Or £12 on the door

Visit the Facebook page here and the official website here

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Three 20 Min excerpts Edinburgh previews shows
Jun
29
7:30pm 7:30pm

Three 20 Min excerpts Edinburgh previews shows

An evening of three 20 min excerpts Edinburgh preview shows with open mic slots

Stealth Aspies 1st

Scottish born author Alain English and Liverpool's Paul Wady present Stealth Aspies. Using testimony from autistic people, this show offers a fully rounded, funny and moving take on life on the autistic spectrum! Alain and Paul are both Fringe veterans and this promises to be an exciting and original show - don't miss it!

Becky Fury 2nd

An exert from Molotov Cocktail Party the wild woman of comedy delivers belly laughs in a not-to-be-missed preview show.

David Lee Morgan 3rd

International renowned poet and former UK Slam Champion.

£3.00 entry at the Tea House Theatre

This show will also run at the Tea House Theatre on Thursday 27 July with two 20 min excerpts

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SE11 SESSIONS
Jun
24
8:30pm 8:30pm

SE11 SESSIONS

SE11 Sessions is Tea House Theatre's regular offering of live jazz, soul & funk! Each month a guest vocalist features in a themed opening set, before an array of musicians combine for the jam.

Start: 8:30pm

Jam session: 9:45pm

Guest vocalist: TBA

House band:
Ruth Currie (saxophone)
Benjamin Gasiglia (guitar)
Mark Rogers (bass)
Tamas Teszary (drums)

£5 entry

Free for musicians

Our kitchen will be open

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Man For Sale!
Jun
16
to Jun 17

Man For Sale!

Celia has been married for 7 years and is having buyer's remorse...
Is it possible to send him back? What would someone pay for one slightly used husband anyway? Come and find out in this very funny musical comedy about marriage, middle age and monotony...


Friday & Saturday 16th & 17th June 2017

Starts 8pm

Click here for tickets

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Words Away
Jun
5
7:30pm 7:30pm

Words Away

Monthly writing salons at the Tea House Theatre

"World Building: Bringing Characters and Places Alive" with guest Claire Scobie

Words Away aims to bring writers together in a creative environment to explore the writing process.

Through the Salons, Words Away offer a focused exploration on a particular topic with a chance to exchange ideas and ask questions in a friendly setting.

Be inspired. Develop and nurture your craft. Meet other writers.

Please join us, all welcome.

Tickets: £10, buy here

Or £12 on the door

Visit the Facebook page here and the official website here

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