Open air family friendly theatre being held at Lesnes Abbey ruins

An open-air theatre has been set up until 22nd August at Lesnes Abbey holding a fmialy friendly daily production of Our teacher’s a Troll..

Nancy Sullivan is behind the idea. She has appeared in west end productions and Call the Midwife.

She established The Ruined Theatre company to stage the event.

Our Teacher’s A Troll is written by Dennis Kelly, who wrote Matilda The Musical.

Ruined Theatre are a non-profit organisation reliant on donations.

It is being held daily in the grounds. More details here where tickets can be booked.

Locals benefit from a discount.

The full cast includes Lilly Driscoll (In Her Strength, Cardboard Citizens; Jekyll & Hyde, ITV), Louis Gaudenico (Fiver, Southwark Playhouse; Call the Midwife, BBC), Andy Watkins (Kinky Boots, UK tour; Brexit the Musical, Edinburgh Festival) and Joanne Ferguson (The Play That Goes Wrong, West End; Emmerdale, ITV).

Lesnes Abbey is a short stroll from Abbey Wood station and a lovely area beside ancient woodland. The ruins nearby attractions are well worth a visit. I grew up locally and don’t remember anything like this as a kid, so make the most of it!

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Murky Depths

I've lived in south east London most of my life growing up in Greenwich borough and working in the area for many years. The site has contributors on occasion and we cover many different topics. Living and working in the area offers an insight into what is happening locally.

2 thoughts on “Open air family friendly theatre being held at Lesnes Abbey ruins

  • August 17, 2021 at 10:06 am
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    Excellent idea. Hopefully more outdoor productions ican be held at Lesnes Abbey ruins in the future

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