I was intrigued by the sound of this venue - a former weapons factory off Rye Lane, Peckham. Thanks to the Transport for London site maps I was more or less able to pinpoint the location -up a tiny alleyway opposite Peckham Rye railway station. The narrow passage led to a weird courtyard decorated with black and white graffitti in gothic style, featuring a huge animal skull.
The theatre is housed in the attic of the the ramshackle edifice, now converted into smaller commercial units. Stairs lead up to cavern-like room with a stage at one end and cafe tables at the other. A helpful young assistant, spotting myself and my elderly companion, escorted us by lift to the theatre. Just as well - the concertina-like metal door had to be forced open manually.
It's usally a disadvantage when an acting ensemble has no members aged over forty; here it proved an asset. A youthful cast and the nature of the venue were well-suited to a distinctive interpretation of Shakespeare's tragic tale.
My review appears on the Remotegoat website.