The rest of the year at St Bride Foundation

With the weather closing in and the nights getting longer, it is probably a good thing that the rest of the year here at St Bride Foundation is jam packed with theatre, workshops, library events, and everything else that goes on here!

A-Ladd-in-the-City – London themed pantomime – visits the Bridewell for a set of Lunchbox Theatre performances. We can only imagine that the usual boos, hisses and “He’s behind you!” will be in abundance and that, surely, Aladdin will eventually save the day in true panto style. He will be winning the heart of our heroine from November 26th to December 13th, with the exception of weekends and Mondays, as nobody likes the first day of the week!

‘The Print Knowledge’ is an exciting new addition to our comprehensive selection of print workshops. This one-day course will take you all the way from the beginnings of print, to the future of this method of communication. Our print experts Bob Richardson and Mick Clayton will join Alan Springett, Senior Lecturer of Print Media, as guides on your journey through the print world. Places on the course are limited to six and you can book here.

For those who wish to forget the ever-darkening evenings, there is a range of different shows taking place at the theatre, including ‘The Winterling‘, ‘High Society‘ and ‘Hot Mikado‘. To conclude the year, ‘Goodnight Mr Tom‘ will be running from December 17th to 21st.

St Bride Foundation also hosts weddings for all sizes and tastes. If you’re looking for that special place to tie the knot, why not bear us in mind? Click here for more information.

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