We are delighted to announce our cast for our productions of Constellations, at the Landor Theatre in Clapham in February: Earning a reputation as one of PLOS’ leading men, Alex Blackie will play the role of Roland. We welcome a PLOS newcomer, Emily O’Mahony to the role of Marianne. Thank you to everyone who auditioned. […]
Auditions for our next play, Nick Payne’s award-winning, two-hander, Constellations, will be held from 7.30pm, Weds 15 November at Putney Methodist Church. There will be no first meeting, although a video introduction to the production will be provided by the director, Alex Johnson. Click here for more information about the play and audition materials.
We have a fantastic line up of shows confirmed for our 70th Anniversary year in 2018, including West Side Story in May/June. Our schedule for 2018 is as follows: 2-6 January – Beauty and the Beast (Pantomime) 28 February – 3 March – Constellations, by Nick Payne 30 May – 2 June – West Side […]
We’re delighted to announce our cast for our January production of the pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, at Putney Arts Theatre. Click here to see the full cast list.
Join us at 7.30pm at Ackroydon Hall in Southfields on Monday 11 and Thursday 14 September for the first meetings of our January 2018 Pantomime:Beauty and the Beast. Visit the current show page for more information about the show and the audition process.
We caught up with Freddy Bowen, producer of The Poltergeist of Cock Lane, and PLOS Committee member, to give us his thoughts on the Edinburgh Fringe experience: Q: This was the first time at Fringe for PLOS. What do you think were the biggest challenges we faced getting there? “I think most of the […]
“Overall, PLOS have certainly brought flair and originality to the Fringe. Their musical cleverly spans many different styles and genres, including gothic romance, comedy and the good old-fashioned Victorian ghost story. In short, there’s something for everyone.” Read the review of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe production of The Poltergeist of Cock Lane, from Broadway Baby.
“While the tone of this production from Putney Light Opera Society veers from comic to tragic to romantic it never feels too unbalanced given its intriguing plot.” Read the review of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe production of The Poltergeist of Cock Lane, from The Scotsman.
With less than a week before PLOS performs the premiere of The Poltergeist of Cock Lane at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, we speak to the show’s author, Tim Connery. (The Poltergeist of Cock Lane, 2-12 August 2017, C Venues, Adam Street, Edinburgh. Click here for tickets). 1. Where did you first hear about this bizarre […]
We catch up with Damian Sandys, director of The Poltergeist of Cock Lane, in the days leading up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The Poltergeist of Cock Lane runs at C Venues from 2 – 12 August 2017. For more information about the show click here. How did you come on board? “I worked […]