1927 Theatre presents a forum experiment: Griselda

Rotherhithe | Theatre

1927 Theatre Company and Sands Films Studio invite you to watch a short story from 1927’s new show:

There shall be a 30 minute sharing of new work that requires an audience! Before it makes the final cut.

It will be free that’s right folks, free! (In exchange for your company, good humour, and constructive feedback!)

Available sessions

  • 13.30
  • 17:00
  • 18:30
  • 20:00

If you would like to come, and catch a teaser of 1927’s new show in one of London’s most unusual space, please book your tickets here. Tickets shall be allocated on a first come first served basis, and places are limited.



1927

1927 theatre

1927 are an award winning theatre company that seamlessly merge animation, music and performance!

Awards for 1927

  • Winner Total Theatre Award 2007 
  • Winner Herald Angel Award 2007 
  • Winner Fringe First Award 2007 
  • Winner Glasgow Arches Brick Award 2007 
  • Winner Carol Tambor Award 2007 
  • Winner The Peter BrookEmpty Space/Equity Ensemble Award 2008 
  • Winner OFFIE Best Entertainment Award 2011 
  • Winner Best Theatre Production Clonmel Festival 2013
  • Winner Best Design Opera World Awards 2013
  • Winner Critics Circle Award for Design 2015
  • Winner Knights of Illumination Award for Projection 2015

1927 has also been nominated for Southbank Show, The Stage, New York Drama Desk, Melbourne Green Room, London Evening Standard and Helen Hayes Awards. 

1927 stand as one of the UK’s most exciting young companies, festooned in acclaim, their upward trajectory as yet unchecked.

Time Out

About Sands Films

An independent film production facility operating in an 18th century listed building in Rotherhithe since 1975. In addition to the studio facilities and the costume service, the venue is home to the Rotherhithe Picture Research Library; it can also be hire for private or public events

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