Tea House Theatre

  • About
    Based in an old Victorian public house that opened in 1886 on the site of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, immortalised by William Thackeray's 'Vanity Fair'.

    Serves teas, cakes and food by day as a café, and transforms into a theatre by night with poetry shows, concerts, opera, debates, and performances of all types.
  • Built in
    2011
  • Capacity
    65
  • Address
    139 Vauxhall Walk
    Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
    Vauxhall
    SE11 5HL
  • Website

Connected Mandy members:

Josie Ayers
Josie Ayers
Actor
2019, Shakespeare's Sonnets
Reader
Alain English
2018, The Rape of Lucrece
Narrator
Clare Brice
Clare Brice
Actor
2018, The Queen of The Paris Cabaret
Theresa
Jane de Florez
2018, The Art of Song
Soloist
Alain English
2018, Shakespeare's Sonnets
Narrator
Jane de Florez
2018, Concert for International Women's Day
Singer songwriter
Alain English
2018, Burns Night
Performer
Alain English
2018, Beowulf
Narrator
Rebecca Bugeja
2018, Auld Acquaintance
Clarinda
Jacqui Lofthouse
2017, Words Away Literary Salon
Guest Speaker
Alain English
2017, Venus and Adonis by William Shakespeare
Narrator
Kathryn Taylor-Gears
2017, The Queen of the Christmas Cabaret Saves Christmas
Roxanne, The Queen
Alain English
2017, Queen of the Paris Cabaret Saves Father Christmas
Poet/Jolly Green Giant
Therese Ramstedt
2017, Mission Abort by Therese Ramstedt
Writer/performer
June Smith
June Smith
Actor
2016, Park & Lane Step Back In Time
Abigail
Jessica Jay
Jessica Jay
Actor
2016, Live on Air, radio comedy show
Leading Lady
Angela Ferns
Angela Ferns
Actor
2016, A Small Dot on the Western Front
Dorothy Lawrence (one-woman show)
Louise Gregory
Louise Gregory
Lighting Designer
2016, A Small Dot on the Western Front
Stage Manager/Lighting & Sound Designer
Kate Wyler
Kate Wyler
Actor
2016, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Helena
Veronika Kral
2015, The Vagina Monologues
Monologues