The Other Palace rehomes Vault Festival shows and announces its Spring 22 Studio Programme

The Other Palace just announced that it has been able to support several production coming in the next few months. They will take place in the intimate 100-seat Studio at The Other Palace. This includes rehomed productions from the Vault Festival, alongside workshops, concerts, and staged readings, all focussed on supporting new work and developing the next generation of theatre-makers.

The season includes:

Le Wine Club

Written and performed by Anna Larkin. Audiences are invited to join the Anna Lou Larkin for a tipple as she sets out to solve the mystery of who killed her lover, whilst indulging in the world of wine and adding splashes of accordion-based musical comedy and magic for good measure.

Grey Widow

In this award-winning monologue play, Lady Aria Grey tells the haunting tale of her husband’s life, her husband’s death, and her husband’s restless ghost. Winner of the London Horror Festival Playwriting Competition 2019

Is He Musical?

IS HE MUSICAL? is an intimate, joyous musical comedy inspired by the true stories of the queer friends who loved, lived, and partied across 1930s London.

Period Dramas

Heather Milsted’s debut solo show all about the history of menstruation. It’s a comedic, cabaret piece that aims to bust open the menstrual taboo and teach the history you didn’t learn in school.

Little Sausage

Little Sausage is a new musical about everything Piers Morgan hates: men defying toxic masculinity, vegan sausage rolls, and the truth. It is a verbatim musical that explores the relationship between veganism and masculinity.

The Greatest Hits of Lily & John

Written and performed by Rosanna Adams and Calum Sivyer. The Greatest Hits of Lily and John is a semi auto-biographical, modern folk story exploring loneliness, creativity and how friendship and conversation can inspire change.

The Night Woman

Written and performed by Julene Robinson. The Night Woman tells the gripping story of a fearless journey into the dark. With Caribbean folktales, movement and music taking centre stage, this path towards healing is urgent now more than ever during these times of pandemic and BLM.

Two musicals will also open at The Other Palace including Love is only Love written by Sam Harrison, who will return following its sold out debut at The Other Palace, and Millennials with Music, Book & Lyrics by Elliot Clay will premiere in the theatre’s studio programme.

The new season also includes new studio production such as:

Once Upon A (Love) Song

Kieran Brown (Heathers, Phantom, Wicked) will be joined on Valentine’s Day by a host of West End Stars, including some Heathers cast mates for an evening of song and stories of love, loss, and everything in between.

The Platform

An evening of new writing and emerging artists, performing a host of monologues, scenes, and stand-up routines. This event is all about creating a safe, supportive, and symbiotic evening for actors, audiences, and performers.

The Einstein Letter

A staged reading. A Havisham-esque Amanda Wingfield languishes in a London bedsit and all she has left is her meal delivery man. Touching, hilarious – brutal.

Luke Bayer and Grace Mouat in Concert

Paper House Productions invite you to a spectacular evening of live music from the West End’s very own Luke Bayer (Everybody’s talking about Jamie, Rent, Soho Cinders) and Grace Mouat (Six, & Juliet), singing your favourite songs and joined by some amazing guests.

Scott Folan in the Basement 

Armed only with a guitar and piano (and a special guest), Scott Folan (Be More Chill, Cyrano film) will share his inner most thoughts and feelings through his intimate songs and intricate melodies. He will play some songs you may have heard and some you definitely won’t have, all to try to convey, through music, how he became the man he is today.

Love is only Love

By Sam Harrison, Directed by Jason Morell

For more informations please visit www.theotherpalace.co.uk

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