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  • Wardrobe & Sons


    Wardrobe & Sons was conceptualised off the back of Frankie Thompson co-founding tiny, portable, art installation and portable venue, The Wardrobe; the only West-End Theatre not in the West-End, designed by Em Tanner, during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. It was born as a direct response to the spaces, or rather the lack of space, independent artists were given during the pandemic, and a cry out for original, radical, experimental and DIY work to not be lost in the Covid-19 landscape, and for sidelined, erased and vulnerable people to still be able to engage with work from communities, at a time we all needed it most. Looking like a miniature West-End Theatre, The Wardrobe is fully collapsable and portable, with a detachable chandelier and red curtain, with sparkling fairly lights and gold cherubs. 

    It is also absoutely just a wardrobe. 

    This came to form Wardrobe & Sons, with company producer, Beth Sitek. A They In A Manager is our first ever commission (!) and full show with a brilliant, all queer and predominately neurodivergent creative team. We are beyond proud to be presenting this with you both from inside and outside a closet, as a celebration of you, of us, chosen family and queer survival, expression and joy.

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  • Wardrobe and Sons CPT shows

    Clémence Rebourg
    Wardrobe & Sons presents

    A They In A Manger

    Tue 5 to Sat 16 Dec at 7.15pm (with afterparty on Thu 14 Dec)
    Love song, nativity, and raging manifesto. Join the critically-acclaimed creatives behind Wardrobe & Sons for a queer Christmas riot. The alternative John Lewis Christmas advert celebrating queer survival and solidarity. All performed inside a wardrobe.

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    Tobi King Bakare and this theatre deserve a shout-out for such a young, diverse audience. There is so much talk about audiences being full of over 60s and why, why can’t theatres get the crowds in to reflect society in general? Well, I’m happy to say that on a rainy Thursday evening, the theatre was completely full.

    Caiti Grove on Before I Go in CPT's Spring 2023 season London Theatre Reviews