Clapham Fringe: The Steak Out

The Bread & Roses Theatre

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19:00 - 19:45
£10 - £13
Theatre/Arts, Festival

A fast-paced, witty piece of new writing, 'The Steak Out' follows two people on a hectic first date- but beware: there are a few surprises in store!

Angharad Price is a graduate from The Guildford School of Acting. 'The Steak Out' is her first solo-authored play to be performed in London, after winning several writing competitions.

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The Bread & Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6DZ

Nearest station:
Clapham North (Tube)


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Clapham Fringe

A Performing Arts Festival in South London

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Lovely venue, friendly staff and a wonderfully witty, fast-paced play. I look forward to seeing more from this theatre group! Visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 2016-10-27
by on November 7th, 2016

A witty, fast paced comedy about the pursuit of love in the age of Tinder. Farcical, improbable, hillarious- a well observed satire for anyone whose ever had a bad date or contemplated escape through a bathroom window. Visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 2016-10-27
by on November 7th, 2016

Great fun! Lovely venue, very amusing and enjoyable play. Well rehearsed but also felt natural. Fun twist at the end! Looking forward to the Clapham fringe again next year, especially if there's more like this :) Visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 2016-10-27
by on November 7th, 2016

Hilarious play! The actors were spot on and played off each other very well. I especially liked the twist at the end! This was short and sweet, and left me wanting more. Visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 2016-10-28
by on November 1st, 2016

I saw this twice and thoroughly enjoyed it. It tapped into an experience everyone has had of a really awkward first date. The writing was truthful and very funny with an amusing twist and a strong cast ensured that the characters were engaging and entertaining. Well done to the Bread and Roses too for encouraging and facilitating new writing.
by on October 29th, 2016

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