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.

Blood Wedding

Barney Norris relocates Lorca’s tragic love story from Spain to a Wiltshire village examining the choices we make, the regrets we’re left with, and constraints and commitments of life in a rural community.


Serious Money

The world of shady financial deals and insider trading is ruthlessly exposed in Caryl Churchill’s award-winning satire about capitalism. 


The River & the Mountain

Robert Alan Evans’ beautiful new epic drama follows a once inseparable couple as they set out on separate journeys through an increasingly disrupted world: all the while yearning to find their way back to one another.


In Arabia We'd All Be Kings

Stephen Adly Guirgis’ social tragedy follows ex-convict Lenny as he returns to his old New York neighbourhood to discover the Mayor’s clean-up of his city has created an aura of hopeless desperation among his old friends.


Film Premieres

An integral part of our BA (Hons) and FdA Professional Acting courses involve extensive screen and audio training.


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.