Chiswick Playhouse Presses Ahead with January Programme

Covid forced cancellation of some shows before Christmas

The year begins with Sophie, Ben and Other Problems. Picture: Chiswick Playhouse

Chiswick Playhouse has announced a full programme for events in January in the hope that Covid-19 restrictions are not imposed in the New Year.

Venues across London were forced to cancel a number of shows in December due to the spread of the Omicron variant and the need for cast and crew to self-isoate.

To finish the year there is a triple bill of comedy with Love Island’s Luke Kempner, Bella Hull on Thursday 30 December at 7.30pm with tickets costing £15.

The from 4-8 January Sophie, Ben and Other Problems is being staged. This is a two-hander about modern day millennial relationships with tickets available at £17.50.

Then from 11- 15 January, Narcissus, a work that premiered at the Dublin Fringe Festival is a monologue play about beauty, love, sex and fame.

Al Murray is back at the Chiswick Playhouse on 20 and 21 January for work-in-progress shows ahead of a his new Pub Landlord tour. This event has already sold out.

Women of Pensionable Rage runs from 25 – 29 January with Judy Buxton starring in a piece written by Anna Lisa-Maree.

Face coverings must currently be worn at all times when visiting Chiswick Playhouse


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December 30, 2021