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Theatre Royal Stratford East

Theatre Royal Stratford East aims to deliver exciting and diverse work which reflects the experiences of the local community, while discovering and developing new talent and new audiences.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £950,000
  • 2013-2014: £971,850
  • 2014-2015: £997,118

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Sexy Burka - The Infidel the Musical

The superhit song Sexy Burka from The Infidel the Musical.

Triforce call-out for Monologue Slam UK

This video is about Triforce call-out for Monologue Slam UK

Timelapse - The Infidel the Musical

Timelapse video of The Infidel the Musical set going in. Our technical manager, Ricky Parr tells us what goes on before we put a show on stage.

Introducing Andrew Paul

Based on David Baddiel’s smash hit movie of the same name, this hilarious and heart-warming tale is the ultimate identity crisis comedy. East End Muslim Mahmoud is an ordinary family man whose life is turned upside down when he discovers that not only is he adopted, but that his birth parents are Jewish. The resulting cultural and religious chaos leads to an uproarious and insightful comedy about race, prejudice, confusion and what it really means to be yourself.

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Introducing Steven Serlin as Rabbi

Based on David Baddiel’s smash hit movie of the same name, this hilarious and heart-warming tale is the ultimate identity crisis comedy. East End Muslim Mahmoud is an ordinary family man whose life is turned upside down when he discovers that not only is he adopted, but that his birth parents are Jewish. The resulting cultural and religious chaos leads to an uproarious and insightful comedy about race, prejudice, confusion and what it really means to be yourself.

Introducing Gary Wood as Rasheed

Based on David Baddiel’s smash hit movie of the same name, this hilarious and heart-warming tale is the ultimate identity crisis comedy. East End Muslim Mahmoud is an ordinary family man whose life is turned upside down when he discovers that not only is he adopted, but that his birth parents are Jewish. The resulting cultural and religious chaos leads to an uproarious and insightful comedy about race, prejudice, confusion and what it really means to be yourself.

Introducing Alexander Andreou as Arshad

Based on David Baddiel’s smash hit movie of the same name, this hilarious and heart-warming tale is the ultimate identity crisis comedy. East End Muslim Mahmoud is an ordinary family man whose life is turned upside down when he discovers that not only is he adopted, but that his birth parents are Jewish. The resulting cultural and religious chaos leads to an uproarious and insightful comedy about race, prejudice, confusion and what it really means to be yourself.

Introducing Mina Anwar as Saamiyah

Based on David Baddiel’s smash hit movie of the same name, this hilarious and heart-warming tale is the ultimate identity crisis comedy. East End Muslim Mahmoud is an ordinary family man whose life is turned upside down when he discovers that not only is he adopted, but that his birth parents are Jewish. The resulting cultural and religious chaos leads to an uproarious and insightful comedy about race, prejudice, confusion and what it really means to be yourself.

Gary wood birthday

Happy B'Day to Gary @gary1814 who plays Rasheed @InfidelMusical @stratfordeast Here's the cast celebrating his 30th

Spoiling

In front of the world’s media, Scotland’s Foreign Minister will shortly deliver a keynote speech outlining the newly-independent nation’s relationship with the former UK. But there’s a problem. She’s refusing to speak the words she’s been given. There’s something else she wants to say. At odds with her party, and pursued by a harassed Party worker, she has a decision to make; toe the line or take back control. This timely piece by John McCann, presented days before the Scottish Independence Referendum and following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival will be directed by the award-winning Traverse Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin.

Young People's Season 24-26 Jul 2014

Theatre Royal Stratford East Presents Young People's Season 24-26 Jul 2014

Young People's Season 24-26 Jul 2014

Theatre Royal Stratford East Presents Young People's Season 24-26 Jul 2014

Angelic Tales Writers' Interviews

Introducing Ben Fensome writer of Wild Nights! Wild Nights! Its the story of 19 year old Bryn who is obsessed with love, sex, piercings and tattoos. He's also obsessed with his best friend, his best friend's girlfriend, and his best friend's twin. Bryn is out of control in this shocking story of youthful sexual, social and emotional exploration. Introducing Fiona Whitelaw writer of Acceptable Damage. Katy, a learning disabled teenager who dreams of being a rock star is in love with Roxy one of the gang members who have targeted her home with a campaign of abuse and intimidation. Roxy's loyalties are torn. What will happen when Katy discovers that he has been one of her attackers? Introducing Joy Gharoro-Akpojotor writer of Sunday. A bold, haunting and ground-breaking exploration of love between Nigerian women, in which tragic events long buried in the past threaten to break out, consume and destroy relationships in the present. Introducing Aaron Gordon, writer of Sweating it Out. Gym-fiend Jamz is fired, flat-broke and in psychological free -fall. Working out obsessively with his bestie Charlotte is all that's keeping him together. When she sets him up to become personal trainer to the successful Andy he is humiliated but has to take the job. When Andy starts dating Charlotte that's one humiliation too many, and Jamz starts to come apart. But all of this is just a distraction from the secret that's really burning in his heart... Introducing Stephen Hoo, writer of Jamaica Boy. Set in 1960's Kingston, this love story of handsome Chinese-Jamaican Chong and his beautiful dark-skinned Ophelia has it all... Race, riots, identity, sensuality, naked ambition and every passion under the Caribbean sun.

Introducing Stephen Hoo

Introducing Stephen Hoo, writer of Jamaica Boy. Set in 1960's Kingston, this love story of handsome Chinese-Jamaican Chong and his beautiful dark-skinned Ophelia has it all... Race, riots, identity, sensuality, naked ambition and every passion under the Caribbean sun.

Introducing Aaron Gordon

Introducing Aaron Gordon, writer of Sweating it Out. Gym-fiend Jamz is fired, flat-broke and in psychological free -fall. Working out obsessively with his bestie Charlotte is all that's keeping him together. When she sets him up to become personal trainer to the successful Andy he is humiliated but has to take the job. When Andy starts dating Charlotte that's one humiliation too many, and Jamz starts to come apart. But all of this is just a distraction from the secret that's really burning in his heart...

Introducing Joy Gharoro-Akpojotor

Introducing Joy Gharoro-Akpojotor writer of Sunday. A bold, haunting and ground-breaking exploration of love between Nigerian women, in which tragic events long buried in the past threaten to break out, consume and destroy relationships in the present.

Introducing Ben Fensome

Introducing Ben Fensome writer of Wild Nights! Wild Nights! Its the story of 19 year old Bryn who is obsessed with love, sex, piercings and tattoos. He's also obsessed with his best friend, his best friend's girlfriend, and his best friend's twin. Bryn is out of control in this shocking story of youthful sexual, social and emotional exploration.

Introducing Fiona Whitelaw

Introducing Fiona Whitelaw writer of Acceptable Damage. Katy, a learning disabled teenager who dreams of being a rock star is in love with Roxy one of the gang members who have targeted her home with a campaign of abuse and intimidation. Roxy's loyalties are torn. What will happen when Katy discovers that he has been one of her attackers?

Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be Trailer

Trailer for hit musical Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be starring Jessie Wallace, Gary Kemp and Mark Arden at Theatre Royal Stratford East.

Fings Questions and Answers

Question and Answer session after Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be with audiences and members of the company at the Theatre Royal Stratford East.

Young People's Department 2013 at Theatre Royal Stratford East

A video looking at the work achieved by the Theatre Royal Stratford East's Young People's Department. "Young people are at the heart of our theatre; they are our future artists, audiences and cultural leaders" - Kerry Michael, Artistic Director. 3,973 Young People 1, 226 Workshops Future Artists 1. Youth Theatre 2. Poets Platform 3. Young Artists Lab Future Audiences 4. Every Child A Theatre Goer Future Leaders 5. Youth Committee 6. Work Experience 7. Continuous Legacy http://www.stratfordeast.com/young-peoples-work

Jessie Wallace on Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be

Jessie Wallace discusses rehearsals for Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be and what it is like to perform in front of a live audience. Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be Theatre Royal Stratford East 8 May - 8 June 2014 http://www.stratfordeast.com/fings-aint-what-they-used-to-be Set at the end of the 1950s, preceding the birth of rock and roll and the Beatles, Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be is a witty and warm-hearted musical set within a West End underworld of gamblers, spivs, prostitutes and Teddy boys. Written by ex-con Frank Norman, the show tells the tale of Fred, a loveable rogue, who comes out of prison to find he is not quite the king of the manor he once was.

Gary Kemp on Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be

Gary Kemp discusses Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be ahead of rehearsals at Theatre Royal Stratford East Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be 8 May - 8 June 2014 Theatre Royal Stratford East http://www.stratfordeast.com Set at the end of the 1950's, preceding the birth of rock and roll and the Beatles, Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'be is a witty and warm-hearted musical set within an West End underworld of gamblers, spivs, prostitutes and Teddy boys. Written by ex-con Frank Norman, the show tells the tale of Fred, a loveable rogue, who comes out of prison to find he is not quite the king of the manor he once was. Starring Jessie Wallace, Gary Kemp and Mark Arden Book by Frank Norman Music & Lyrics by Lionel Bart Directed by Terry Johnson

Kingston 14: Post Show Discussion with Roy Williams, Clint Dyer and Cast

Jo Melville hosts a post show discussions with Roy Williams, Clint Dyer and the cast of Kingston 14. Kingston 14 28 March - 26 April 2014 Theatre Royal Stratford East A gripping new play from the BAFTA award-winning and Olivier-nominated playwright Roy Williams. ✮✮✮✮ Evening Standard ✮✮✮✮ The Times ✮✮✮✮ The Observer ✮✮✮✮ The Financial Times ✮✮✮✮ WhatsOnStage 'Compelling... Pulverising' the Guardian 'Kingston 14 has guts, wit and vigorous performances... Williams' script is racy, wry... painfully real' The Evening Standard 'Roy William's spirited, raging drama' The Independent 28 March - 26 April 2014 Theatre Royal Stratford East #Kingston14 http://www.stratfordeast.com

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Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
E15 1BN 
London
E15 1BN

51.542, 0.00258

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