One of the more striking things about this seventy minute version of Shakespeare's Hamlet is that the entire time the audience is watching the play, they are doing so in the same lighting as the actors.
This enjoyable production centres on one of the central characters from Shakespeare's comedy Twelfth Night, Mavolio, whose arrogance belies his lowly position as a mere servant.
New Mayor of Southwark Paul Kyriacou carried out his very first engagement outside the Town Hall when he visited the Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum in Southwark Street.
A map of Bermondsey has been produced to help residents and visitors explore the area's history in industry, art and architecture.
Paintings of historic manhole covers made in Southwark are part of a special exhibition of paintings in Brighton.
Do you have a special memory of the Royal Festival Hall or the Festival of Britain? If so, the South Bank Centre wants to hear from you.
The London SE1 website is teaming up with locally-based theatrical newsletter EXTRA! EXTRA! to provide better coverage of local fringe theatre. Editor Mary Couzens explains all...
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