What The Women Did
at Southwark Playhouse
Two's Company's sell -out 2004 production at Southwark Playhouse is being remounted for the 1914 centenary. "What comes across most strongly, in Tricia Thorns' production, is something rarely touched on: the sexual ache of the wartime young and their hatred of war widows who remarried." The Guardian "In these delicately contrasting stories and the exquisitely detailed productions each have given, a compelling picture emerges of women facing their own demons and responsibilites in the midst of a very bleak time. intimate, expertly acted ensemble productions" The Stage Tricia Thorns directed Two's Company's London Wall which transferred from the Finborough to the St James Theatre in May: "Her beautifully staged, immaculately acted revival isn't just theatrical archaeology , it's a treat." Variety Arrive 20 minutes early for an extra treat - cast members will be singing songs from the First World War around the piano.
1 hour 30 minutes
<strong>Borough: </strong>Exit & turn right towards Newington Causeway. Located just before the railway bridge.<strong> Elephant & Castle:</strong> Exit via South Bank University Exit & turn left, head up Newington Causeway.