Articles

  • Posh by Laura Wade Royal Court - Duke of York's Theatre **** This brilliant new piece, by playwright Laura Wade, is fantastic in its own right. This new cutting edge piece tells the struggle, between the upper class in our society, and their...
  • Adding to the naturally chilly atmospheric feel of The Vault, Black Battles with Dogs is a snapshot into the lives of four characters who meet under unfortunate conditions. A black construction site worker has died in circumstances that are never...
  • This week, STEP met with Stuart Cox, Blue Elephant’s Education Director, about the highlights of Blue Elephant's work with young people this year, which kicked off last November with the STEP Festival.
  • This week, STEP met with Company of Angels to discuss their new project for young people in schools, The Commissioners, which will be piloted in three Southwark Schools this year
  • This week, STEP met with the new Artistic Director of the Unicorn, Purni Morell, to talk about her vision for the future of the building, young audiences and instilling a sense of internationalism
  • Following the announcement that current Creative Director, Beccy Allen, is leaving STEP after four and a half years, we took the opportunity to ask Beccy about what STEP means to her and what are her favourite memories of her time at STEP that she...
  • At a time when STEP is evaluating its most recent programme of work and looking to its future, STEP Creative Director, Beccy Allen, considers the value of STEP, the importance of collaboration and the way forward in these Hard Times.
  • The STEP Young Critics Programme, funded by the Financial Times, gives young people from Southwark secondary schools the chance to work with a professional journalist and learn the skills needed to be a theatre critic. In November 2011, the...
  • The STEP Young Critics Programme, funded by the Financial Times, gives young people from Southwark secondary schools the chance to work with a professional journalist and learn the skills needed to be a theatre critic. In November 2011, the...
  • The STEP Young Critics Programme, funded by the Financial Times, gives young people from Southwark secondary schools the chance to work with a professional journalist and learn the skills needed to be a theatre critic. In November 2011, the...
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