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Riverside Studios announces more Autumn season shows

Riverside Studios has revealed the full details of its 2022 Autumn season, featuring a mix of theatre, art, cinema, family entertainment and events at the West London venue.

New theatre productions include the UK premiere of Flute Theatre’s brand new version of Shakespeare’s Pericles, from 8 to 13 November 2022; a dark new comedy from Brick Fox Theatre Company called Holy Sh*t, playing from 6 to 17 December 2022; and a new family show Jonny Feathers The Rock and Roll Pigeon (main picture), which plays from 7 December 2022 to 8 January 2023.

Shows now running at Riverside Studios include Cages – the multimedia extravaganza that is playing to 1 January 2023; and the immersive theatre show Trainspotting Live, until 6 November 2022.

Already announced and coming soon is the world premiere of KT Tunstall’s musical Saving Grace based on the movie starring Diane Pilkington, playing from 22 November to 4 December 2022.

Artistic Director of Riverside Studios Rachel Tackley said in a press statement: “One of the many things I love about Riverside Studios is the huge range of work that we present, on our stages, in our cinemas, and on the gallery walls. We have been so fortunate to work with some fabulous artists and producers over the last 12 months, and it has been a joy to see the venue so full and alive. So we’re thrilled to be announcing the next exciting chapter to take us into the new year and to run along side Cages which continues to blow the minds of audiences in our main theatre!”

Book tickets to Trainspotting Live at the Riverside Studios in London

Book tickets to CAGES at the Riverside Studios in London

More about Saving Grace at the Riverside Studios in London

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