3P Entertainment presents STOCKHOLM by Bryony Lavery

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In Uncategorized on March 10, 2011 at 4:36 pm

Previews on Mon 18th. Opens Wed 20th till Sat 30th April . (Mon-Sat 8pm. Sun 3pm)

The Network Theatre, 246A Lower Road, SE1 8SJ Tickets are £5-£10

Book tickets here: wegottickets.com/​location/​4436



3P Entertainment presents STOCKHOLM by Bryony Lavery

In Uncategorized on February 25, 2011 at 3:19 pm

What happens when Death and Destruction fall in love with each other?

Todd and Kali are the perfect couple. Today they are celebrating Todd’s birthday with breakfast at ‘Coffee’, an Ingmar Bergman film and a home-cooked romantic dinner for two. Tomorrow they will be in Stockholm.

Peel away their ippodery and mac-cery and we are left with two people taken hostage by passion and obsession.

Written by Bryony Lavery, Stockholm is an acutely observed love story with hidden bruises and teeth marks. April 2011 sees its first London production since it was originally performed and toured in 2007/8. It will be 3P Entertainment’s first theatre production; a performance-based events company that recognises the importance of collaborating with emerging artists, new and exciting writing and creating moments that stick in the memory. Stockholm is directed by Bronwen Carr, with movement direction from Robin Guiver, design by Emma Tompkins, lighting by Simeon Miller and sound by Nick Hutson. The intimate cast of two includes Paul Sockett as Todd and Gabby Wong as Kali.

Cast & Creatives

In Uncategorized on February 24, 2011 at 6:12 pm

DIRECTOR- Bronwen Carr is set to direct Phaedra’s Love at the Arcola Theatre for Reduced Circumstances this Autumn.  Her directing credits include: Willy Wonka Explained (Pleasance Edinburgh), Limbo (Old Joint Stock), The Prince of Milton Keynes & A Patch of Blue (Kings Head), Witchcraft (Finborough), Call Me if You Feel Too Happy at the Edinburgh Fringe, London and on tour.  She has also assisted on Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Night of Iguana with Anthony Page (Lyric Hammersmith), The Goat (Almeida) and Master Builder (Albery).

MOVEMENT DIRECTOR- Robin Guiver is currently working as Movement and Horse Choreography Assistant for and appearing in the West End production of War Horse. He was involved in development work for Or You Could Kiss Me (Handstring Puppet Company and National Theatre) and has been Movement director and coach for Box of Tricks since 2007.


TODD- Paul Sockett recently finished the Number 1 Tour of Guess How Much I Love You and went on to play the part of Roger in the sell-out show of Plain Jane at the Royal Exchange Manchester.  Other credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Broughton Hall (Open air- PEEL), Hary Janos at the Ryedale Festival Opera; Petya Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard at the Bob Hope theatre and John Prescott in Tony Blair the Musical at the Gilded Balloon.

KALI- Gabby Wong was part of Wilson Milam’s production of Othello at the Shakespeare’s Globe and played the lead in Giant and Hero at the Birmingham Rep.  She has been heavily involved with Yellow Earth Theatre, and is also resident writer/ producer for independent film company GRfilms.  Other credits include: Into the Woods (Landor Theatre), Cloud Nine (Pleasance Edinburgh), development work for new musical Take-Away (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Avenue of Eternal Peace (BBC Radio 4) and Random 11 (Vertigo Heights)