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SWEET LIKE CHOCOLATE BOY

“You ever look out of your estate and feel like there is something…Beautiful here…but nobody’s happy enough to see it?” Mars is a street-smart, enthusiastic, lyrically saturated man-on-the-edge. Bounty is a very quiet boy in a very loud Borough with a new politically charged Black identity swirling around him. As their worlds collide, can they find their place in these times or will they get chewed, swallowed and digested by it? 
Returning from a sold out run in London’s Jack Studio, this two time Offie-nominated show examines the spirit of revolution whilst celebrating Black British Culture from the 90s onwards.

Date: Saturday 20 July | 7.30 pm
Age: 15+
Price: £12 (£10 concession)

Clowning and Comedy Workshop

Learn how to inspire joy through laughter using Clowning. A hilarious 2 hour workshop aimed at young people who want to have a lot of fun. You will learn to discover what makes you funny, hone your skills and practice making an audience belly laugh! With Stickyback Theatre. 

Date: Sunday 21 July | 11am – 1pm
Ages: 7-12
Price: £5

Luke Rollason's Infinite Content

Luke Rollason's Infinite Content sees the rubber-limbed physical comedian go digital and merge with the internet. Imagine a slapstick Black Mirror performed by the lovechild of Mr Bean and Inspector Gadget, but with advert breaks. Delivered in a box by Amazon, Luke is the funniest algorithm of all time, on a mission to be more entertaining than the internet. It's clown versus the web, as we enter the cloud and tumble through communal videogaming, spam-calls, spot-on printer impressions and an upgrade to comedy that sees the audience's attention span control the show. Switch on your phones, and switch off your brains - it's the entertainment grudge match of the century.  
Infinite Content is a disorientating, entertaining and surreal sensory overload - just like the internet. It's the most addictive comedy show ever. 

Date: Sunday 21 July | 6 pm
Age: 14+
Price: £5

Here We Stand

by Saffia Kavaz, Aisling Towl, Maheni Kay

Here we stand to ask you...

‘Can you hear me through my name?’

Three poets. Three voices. One word.

Here We Stand is an exploration of identity, featuring spoken word from three womxn. Saffia Kavaz, Aisling Towl and Maheni Kay, scratch pieces of new writing touching on how we navigate through society in a time where our identity is placed centre stage.

Date: Sunday 21 July | 8pm
Price: £5
Age: 12+

I'll Take You to Mrs Cole!

I'll Take You to Mrs Cole!
A Complicité Associates and Polka Theatre co-production
 
The 1980s! Ska music pulses and young Ashley creates havoc by getting lost in a wild, imaginative world. When Jedi battles and forest adventures go too far, will their hard-working mum resort to the scariest threat of all?
 
A nostalgic trip for parents and a funny and anarchic show for children, accompanied by an original ska soundtrack and stunning video animation.
 
Based on the book by Nigel Gray and Michael Foreman
Adapted and directed by Complicité Associate Catherine Alexander

Date: 25 July | 7pm & 26 July | 6pm
Price: £10 (£8 concession)
Ages: 7+

Summer Academy: African Dance Fusion

Date: Monday 5 August | 11am-1pm (adults) | 2-4pm (12-16 y.o.)
Age: 12-16 | Adults
Price: £5

Summer Academy: Singing

Come and sing with us at our Summer Academy
Date: Monday 5 August |
Age: 5-7 y.o: 11 am - 1 pm
         8-12 y.o: 2 - 4 pm
         13+: 5 - 7 pm
Price: £5

Summer Academy: American Jazz Tap dance

Date: Monday 5 August | 2-3.30pm (12-16 yo) - 5-6.30pm (16+)
Price: £5

Summer Academy: Musical Theatre

Date: Tuesday 6 August | 10:30am to 4:30pm
Age: 8-12
Price: £10

Summer Academy: Making & Editing Music

Date: Wednesday 7 August
Age: - 8-10 yo: 10am-12noon
         - 11-13 yo: 1pm - 3pm
         - 14-16 yo: 4pm - 6pm
Price: £5
 

Summer Academy: Making Characters and Costumes

Date: Thursdsay 8 August | 11am-1pm
Age: 8-12
Price: £5

Summer Academy: Acting for Screen (TV & Film)

Date: Thursday 8 August | 5-8pm
Age: 16+
Price: £10

Summer Academy: Performing Shakespeare

Date: Thursday 8 August | 2-4pm
Age: 13-16
Price: £5

Summer Academy: Make your own Story

Date: Friday 9 August | 11am-1pm
Age: 5-7
Price: £5

Summer Academy: Devising Drama

Date: Friday 9 August | 2 to 4 pm
Age: 8 - 12
Price: £5

Summer Academy: Write your own Monologue

Date: Friday 9 August | 5 - 7 pm
Age: 16+
Price: £5

Summer Academy: River Scoop

Devise a new physical theatre pieceand perform on the Scoop stage by the Thames.

Dates: Monday 12 August - Sunday 18 August | 10:30am - 4pm every day...maybe later on the last day
Age: 13 - 16
Price: £35 for the week

Summer Academy: Special Guest Masterclass: "See my Play!" with Yolanda Mercy

If you have an idea for a play, but not sure how to start, get it performed or seen by the industry. Yolanda has been there & done that and shares tips.

Date: Monday 12 August | 12noon - 4pm
Age: 15+
Price: £10

Summer Academy: The £200 Take Over Challenge

What would you do with £200? Plan an event. Make it happen. And whatever money you make, YOU CAN KEEP IT. Two teams battle it out to see who makes the most money.

Dates: (you must attend all of the sessions)
- 19 & 20 August: 10.30 - 12.30:           -  Introduction
- 26 & 27 August: 10.30am - 4.30pm: - Get your challenge & start planning
- 28 - 30 August: 10.30am - 4pm:          - Plan your event     
- 31 August: 10.30am - the evening:    - Do your event
Age: 13 - 19
Price: FREE!

Summer Academy: Play in a Week (5-7)

Just one week to make your play and perform on the Theatre Peckham stage!

Dates: Monday 19 August - Friday 23 Auguist | 11am to 2pm every day...maybe later on the last day
Age: 5 - 7
Price: £35 for the week

Summer Academy: Play in a Week (8-12 y.o)

Just one week to make your ploay and perform on the Theatre Peckham stage!

Dates: Monday 19 August - Friday 23 August | 11am to 4pm every day...maybe later on the last day
Age: 8 - 12
Price: £35 for the week

Summer Academy: Residency with South London Gallery

Make new work inspired by the gallery. Perform in the exhibition space!

Dates: Monday 26 August - Saturday 31 August | 10:30am to 4pm every day...maybe later on the last day
Age: 16 - 21
Price: £35 for the week

Business Brunch

Theatre Peckhams’ Business Brunch is a 4-part quarterly event, hosted at Theatre Peckham in partnership with Camberwell Business Network where local and corporate businesses can come together build relationships, develop networks, share best practice and exchange skills in the heart of the community where creativity and innovation thrives.
Theatre Peckham will host you over brunch and facilitate conversations on how we can work together to make our business community more agile, more responsive and more connected.

Date: 02nd May, 04th July, 12th September, 31st October | 10am
Ticket price: £10 deposit (refunded on attendance)

The Border

#DOGMISSING. BROWN WAVY FUR. BUTTON NOSE.  GOES BY THE NAME OF STRANGER, NOT ACTUALLY A STRANGER #DOGSOFEASTOOLIA
Life is turned upside down in one small town as East Oolia shuts the border with West Oolia, dividing here from there, us from them, this from that despite all the fruit tasting the same.  In the midst of it all, Stranger, a young girl’s beloved dog, has gone missing.  Will Stranger be found before the border closes, or will she be trapped forever on the “wrong” side? 

The Border is a high energy, outrageous Brechtian parable from Theatre Centre that explores the lines we draw between ourselves and other people and the absurdities of borders. The Border will feature original songs and a live break-out debate where one girl, her dog and the audience find their voice - and their bark.

“Woof!”

Date:
Tuesday 1 October | 4pm & 7.30pm
Wednesday 2 October | 7.30pm
Thursday 3 October | 4pm
Age: 10+
Price: £12 (£10 concession)
 

trade

New Perspectives presents
trade
by debbie tucker green
directed by Jack McNamara

Welcome to the Caribbean. Where the sun is hot and the living is uneasy.

Meet three women. An unlikely trio. Different ages, backgrounds and attitudes. Each has a unique relationship with the island. A home. A regular holiday haunt. A first time visit. Through language that fizzes and sparks, we begin to discover that they share one surprising thing in common.

trade was first performed in 2005 by the Royal Shakespeare Company, New Perspectives brings debbie tucker green's distinctive voice to a regional audience. Get set for an intoxicating mix of fresh rhythm and raucous humour, as the women come to terms with the transactions that define who they are.

Contains strong language.

Date: 17 October | 7.30 pm (1 hour inc. post show Q&A)
Age: 14+
Price: £12 / £10 concession