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No Place Like Hope, So & So Arts Club/Pinpoint Create @ The Old Red Lion

7 – 25 November

by Callum McGowan
Directed by Carla Kingham

No Place Like Hope follows the unlikely friendship between a teenager sentenced to community service cleaning a hospice and a terminal cancer patient she finds in there. 319 more words

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THE MEN WHO MADE FRANKENSTIEN - Second Self ★★★★☆

‘The Men Who Made Frankenstein’ which appeared at The Old Red Lion Theatre as part of the London Horror Festival is a reimagining of the creation of Frankenstein’s monster by Second Self, an ensemble of emerging artists. 359 more words

Cel Spellman joins the cast of Talk Radio at the Old Red Lion

Cel Spellman (Host of the Sunday Chart Show on Radio 1; Cold Feet, ITV; Cucumber, Channel 4) will join the cast of Talk Radio at the Old Red Lion. 325 more words

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Keeping Up With The Dreamers

One of the ongoing joys of being part of last year’s Dream2016 players is keeping up with the subsequent appearances of the various professionals from the show. 983 more words

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Review: Mrs Orwell at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Fun fact to remember for future pub quizzes: George Orwell’s real name was Eric Blair. This is just one of the things to be learnt about the author of… 609 more words

London Theatre

Mrs Orwell, Old Red Lion

On what would turn out to be his death bed, writer George Orwell proposed to Sonia Brownell, an assistant magazine editor 16 years his junior. Brownell, in love with French philosopher Maurice (who’s married) and a fixture at fashionable London gatherings of artists and writers, was initially reluctant to accept but later warmed to the idea. 432 more words

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Successful trio reunite to bring brand new play to Old Red Lion

Old Red Lion will host the world première production of Mark Weinman’s new comedy play entitled Dyl.

Artistic Director of the Old Red Lion Clive Judd directs Scott Arthur in the role of James and Laurie Jamieson in the role Ryan which sees the three of them reunite following a successful collaboration on… 349 more words

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