[tab:Details]This performance does NOT take place at Southwark Playhouse.

This is a site-specific performance which takes place at:
The Bermondsey Square Hotel, Bermondsey Square, Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 3UN

Pay As You Go Members
Please Note: Pay As You Go members are unable to use their membership for this performance

An adult and a child. A father and a stranger.
What will they confess? Why don’t they leave?

This double-bill of bewitching short plays explores the chance meeting of strangers, forced to share time, space and secrets in the intimacy of a hotel room. Come and enter their private world and hear them confess.

Hotel Confessions is tender, compelling and darkly funny. The Night in the Hotel is written by Anouke Brook after the classic short story Die Nacht im Hotel, by award-winning German writer Siegfried Lenz. Freya & Mr. Mushroom is a new play by exciting British playwright Nessah Aisha Muthy.

The Bermondsey Square Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel only 15 minutes walk from London Bridge tube station. It was voted the UK’s Trendiest Hotel by Tripadvisor 2010 and offers funky retro charm. If you’d like to enjoy a meal before or after the show, visit Alfie’s Bar and Restaurant, on the ground floor of the hotel. Buying a theatre ticket entitles you to 20% off your meal at Alfie’s restaurant, before or after the performance. Or for a really special treat, why not combine your theatre experience with a night’s stay at one of the hippest hotels in London. You can receive a 10% discount by booking an advance purchase through their website: www.bermondseysquarehotel.co.uk

The complete double-bill of plays will be shown twice each night and can only accommodate an exclusive audience of 10 per showing. Pre-booking is therefore essential for this performance. Latecomers cannot be admitted. [tab:Cast & Creative Team]

Creative Team

Anouke Brook

Sound Designer
Amber Priestley

Set Designer
Gabriela Restelli


Hatty Jones

Mr Mushroom / The Stranger
Mark Carlisle

Mr Sponge
Andrew Glen

Anna, the Receptionist
Amanda Rawnsley

Mr Powell, the Night Porter
Owen Pugh


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