'Opera in the City Festival' will create a new hub for classical music right in the heart of the City in the exciting, historic space of the Bridewell Theatre. The festival is produced Time Zone Theatre Ltd in association with the Bridewell Theatre.
Artistic director: Pamela Schermann

About Time Zone Theatre

The London-based theatre company was founded in 2011, with the aim to encourage collaboration between British and International Artists. We produce bold and daring work with the opportunity for experimentation and innovation and we embrace diversity in the arts.  

Time Zone Theatre Ltd was awarded A Grant for the Arts from Arts Council England for their production Shoot, I didn’t mean that / The Last Days of Mankind, a project that commemorated the outbreak of WW1. Last year, Time Zone Theatre teamed up with the New York-based company Luvas Theatre to present Contemporary Shakespeare, a season of contemporary Shakespeare productions which involves artists from five different continents to examine different approaches to Shakespeare and the ongoing relevance of Shakespeare plays all over the world. The season brought a physical theatre adaptation of Titus Andronicus, directed by South Korean director Jung Han Kim, to London’s stage, and Time Zone Theatre’s acclaimed production of Othello to Theaterlab in New York City. Further work includes Shakespeare excerpts for the Tate Britain, and the opera production Mozart & Salieri, which got invited to play at the Arcola Theatre Grimeborn Festival this August.

For more information, please visit www.timezonetheatre.com

The Bridewell Theatre

14 Bride Lane, Fleet Street, 
London EC4Y 8EQ

Phone: 020 7353 3331

Website: www.sbf.org.uk

Partners and Supporters

Golsoncott Foundation
The Rose Playhouse
Pepe Pryke
So & So Arts Club
CelsusMed Austria
Lacuna Media 
Austrian Cultural Forum London 


For press enquiries, please contact Pamela Schermann at info@pamelaschermann.com