The Prince - Southwark Playhouse

The Prince at Southwark Playhouse

The Prince
Thursday 15 September 2022 to Saturday 8 October 2022
Venue: Southwark Playhouse
Website

A sharply written new play by Abigail Thorn, creator of popular web show Philosophy Tube, is coming to Southwark Playhouse this Autumn.

The Prince is billed as show about the roles we play for other people, blending verse and prose to duck and weave through Henry IV Part One and other works of Shakespeare.

Swordfighting, lesbianism, denial, disappointed parents, and a magical doorway are all promised!

Abigail Thorn publicly came out as a transgender woman in January 2021, with her video Identity: A Trans Coming Out Story.

The cast includes Tianna Arnold (they/them) (Rosalind, As You Like It, Open Bar theatre. ITV series ‘Stonehouse’) as Lady KateJoni Ayton-Kent (she/her)(best known for playing Corporal Cheery in BBC AMERICA’s The Watch) as Sam; Mary Malone (she/her)(The Jacket a BBC arts film, Safe, a digital theatre piece by Alexis Gregory, and Theatre For Two a touring immersive theatre experience with Kilter Theatre Company) as Jen; Che Walker(he/him) (nominated for Best Play, Director, Actor and Sound Design; Off West End Awards. ‘My Old Flame’ directed by Academy Award Winner Asif Kapadia and screened on Channel 4 UK.)asNorthumberland / King Henry IVCorey Montague Sholay (he/him) (Wendy & Peter Pan; Leeds Playhouse, The Whip and King John; Royal Shakespeare Company, This Island’s Mine; King’s Head Theatre, Henry V, Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory; The Enchanted; The Bunker, Little Revolution and ICU; Almeida Theatre and Carpe Diem; National Theatre) asPrince HalRichard Rees (he/him) (Pah-La; Royal Court, The Jew of Malta, Love’s Sacrifice, Volpone, Snow in Midsummer; RSC, Love the Sinner; National Theatre) asWorcester; and Tyler Luke Cunningham ((he/him) Spider-Man: Far from Home, Boy Meets Girl. I May Destroy You) as Douglas.

Website & Booking

Venue Information

77-85 Newington Causeway, London, SE1 6BD
Underground & Trains: Elephant & Castle (Bakerloo line, Northern line)
Buses: 35, 40, 133, 136, 333, 343, C10, N35, N133, N343
Get Directions
Google Map
Apple Map
What3Words

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
Filter by Categories
Archive - Venues
Attractions
Bars
Culture Venues
Dine & Stay
Drama & Comedy
Editor's Blog
Exhibitions
Gay Bars
Gay Clubs
Gay Cruising Clubs
Gay Hot London
Gay Nights
Gay Saunas
History
Hotels
London Theatre
Museums & Galleries
Musicals
News
Opera & Dance
Queer Events
Queer London
Queer Theatre
Restaurants
Shop & Style
Theatre Events
Things To Do
Save on London Theatre Tickets
Save on London Theatre Tickets
Esmale Gay Adult Store

Book Travel

Book London Hotels
Book Flights

Book Car Hire

Book Trains

Book Travel Insurance
Scroll to Top