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Blue Elephant Theatre

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October 26, 2019
Small Funded Theatre - Encouraging inspiring actors / actresses and enabling them to perform plays locally - Check website for dates and times of any upcoming shows or performances
January 02, 2018
The small but ambitious Blue Elephant Theatre puts on an impressive programme of productions, exhibitions and community events showcasing new work across the performing arts — from physical theatre, dance, music and spoken word.
November 15, 2015
Small theatre offering a diverse array of fringe shows.
November 27, 2014
Small theatre just around the corner. Always something on.

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59A Bethwin Rd
England, SE5 0XT
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