Summer Season

Our graduating students perform in an exciting array of shows across LAMDA’s three stages this summer, from Caryl Churchill’s satire Serious Money to Stephen Sondheim’s moving musical Merrily We Roll Along. We are also delighted to be presenting three pieces of new writing, including Phil Porter’s outrageous new comedy The Ofsted Massacre. Join us and experience the work of our graduating actors as they embark on their professional careers.

My Children! My Africa!

Athol Fugard explores the moral complexities faced by those dealing with the tensions and insecurity of apartheid in South Africa in this moving play about two students who meet across the apartheid divide.


The Ofsted Massacre

With the threat of special measures looming, a Sussex college descends into anarchy in Phil Porter’s riotously funny and dark portrayal of the pressure and tensions created by an Ofsted inspection.


Plaques and Tangles

Nicola Wilson’s deeply affecting play spans twenty-six years in the life of Megan who just days before her wedding discovers she has a 50-50 chance of developing early onset Alzheimer’s.


The Lights

In Howard Korder’s exhilarating expressionistic tragedy, a young couple are trapped in the shadows of an urban underworld - haunted by hope, desperation and the ghosts of its past.


Merrily We Roll Along

Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical fable about friendship, compromise and the price of success features some of his most beautiful songs including Not a Day Goes By and Old Friends.