A series of plays in a unique setting.
At Vertical Horizons, we believe that by respecting your history, we can build a better future together. For a limited time only, you are invited to our interactive exhibition to consider what our residential future holds. Welcome to Vertical Horizons, London’s most stunning and life enhancing residential development. To celebrate this achievement in contemporary living, VH and Waste Not Theatre welcomes you to a unique theatrical experience, celebrating life in the heart of the city.
The Building Centre opened its doors to the public on Wednesday 7 September 1932 with ideas, innovation, and education central to its ambitions. Now it hosts theatre for the first time in Waste Not Theatre’s presentation of seven short new plays that revel in the intricacies and absurdities of life. Embark on a journey through the Building Centre’s exhibits to discover stories both trivial and of life and death.
With regeneration and property transforming our city, where does this leave its residents, and what could it mean for our not-so-distant future?
As a promenade production, these performances require the audience to walk and stand around the building. Limited seating will be provided.
Snakes and Ladders, Flea
Tell me when the Spaceship Lands
Call the Midwife
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