Mokita Grit and Danielle Tarento in association with Southwark Playhouse present
"an absolute must for Sondheim fans, and a master class in musical theatre for everyone else"
★★★★  So So Gay
"a treat to see this show revived in intimate surroundings"
★★★★  WhatsOnStage
"a joyous production of a show that simply doesn’t date"
★★★★  Exeunt
"go see Company @ Southwark Playhouse!!! It's fabulous!"
 Jonathan Ross

Bobby is single, his friends are not; his love life is exciting, his future uncertain. Set in New York, Company is a hilarious and affecting portrayal of five married couples as seen through the eyes of perpetual bachelor Bobby as he explores the social ideals of love, marriage and partnership. By experiencing the many ups and downs of relationships vicariously through his friends, will Bobby ever discover what he needs to find happiness? 

From the heady cynicism of ‘Ladies who Lunch’ to the life affirming ‘Being Alive’, Sondheim’s depiction of modern urban life is intoxicating and startlingly potent. 

Hal Prince's ground breaking concept of combining George Furth's play with a full and vibrant musical score, marked the beginning of Stephen Sondheim’s full emergence as a major player on Broadway. The production went on to win the New York Drama Critics’ Award, six Tony Awards and five Drama Desk Awards. This production marks the first major London revival in over 15 years. 

The first musical to be performed at Southwark Playhouse since it was founded in 1993, Company embraces the aesthetic and ambience of the venue’s location in the vaults beneath London Bridge Station to create an intimate production with a New York warehouse feel.