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'A little gem of a venue'- The Spy in the

Ram Jam Records began supporting fringe theatre in late 2017 and has since welcomed some diverse productions as well as partnering with The Ram Jam Theatre Company for the first in-house production, ‘Radiant Vermin by Philip Ridley.

Our 60 seat Jazz club style venue is Kingston's best kept secret offering both intimacy & a unique atmosphere.

Theatre at Ram Jam Records is sponsored by Edinburgh Gin.

“Lovers of fringe theatre will find Ram Jam Records irresistible for its uniqueness…” -Everything Theatre

For enquires about our programming, if you or your company would like to perform at Ram Jam Records or If you would like to be on our mailing list and be informed about future theatre events please contact

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Theatre Listings



“Sex, Love and Classical Music”

Clara is the untold story of feminist icon and ground breaking classical composer Clara Schumann. No, not Robert Schumann - Clara Schumann!

Having toured and performed the show around the world Clara comes to Kingston’s most loved music venue in August.

Thursday August 1st, 7.30pm

Friday August 2nd, 7pm [This performance will be followed by a 45 minute recital of Clara Schuman’’s work by concert pianist Stefania Passamonte] The Virtuoso, the Composer, the Artist, 8pm

Saturday August 3rd, 3pm

Directed by Catriona Kerridge

Musical direction by Stefania Passamonte

Voice and movement: Peter Warnock

“This play is a beautiful and timely examination of how, in so many ways, very little has changed for ambitious, driven and talented women who marry and have children..” - NOHO Arts


The music might be classical, but the play tackles very contemporary issues. This one-woman show tells the story of a fascinating and complex artist. Fusing words, music, irony and poignant encounters, Clara explores the story of a fascinating and controversial woman, delving into her life and relationships as she gets ready for a date with none other than the famous Johannes Brahms.


“The Virtuoso, the Composer, the Artist”


R. Schumann – Liszt, Widmung Op.25 no.1 [4’33]

C. Wieck- Schumann, Romances Op.11, no.1, 2, 3. [15’]

C. Wieck- Schumann, Romances Op.21, no.1, 2, 3 [13’22]

Piano: Stefania Passamonte


Man Number 5

When did no become a turn on? No. That’s not sexy. Right?'

Written and Performed by Julia Bentley

Kate's rule is you always need five men at a time. But how will she get through to her option five? Follow her in her daily life of juggling men and pursuing love, number five is in her near reach. The truths of a single girl in London playing a game to get who she wants in life. But Kate is yet to learn, sometimes you don't always win.

Witty, emotional and honest.

Friday August 9th, 7pm

Tickets: £8 Running Time: 60 mins

Part of Theatre at Ram Jam Records Edinburgh Fringe preview Season.

Previous Theatre


Three Shades

‘‘Woodruff’s thoughtful script attended by her tremendously dextrous performance will remind you why you fell in love with bare-knuckle back room theatre in the first place.’’ -Everything Theatre ★★★★

‘‘This is a superb hour of three distinct stories, bringing to mind Cloud Atlas, with its contrasting stories taking on past, present and future, bound together by thoughts of oppression and control; the real question, though, is whether the characters we actually see are the oppressed or the controllers.’’ - The Spy in the Stalls ★★★★

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Radiant Vermin

“the sheer absurdity of the premise gives it a sharp comic edge, yet what is even sharper are the performances. The virtuosity with which James Dart and Joy Bowers deliver the quick-witted dialogue is what makes this piece thrillingly entertaining.”

this is a compelling production in a little gem of a venue which, although slightly off the beaten track, is well worth covering that extra ground to get to.’’

The Spy in the Stalls ★★★★

‘‘two exceptionally gifted and versatile young actors, well drilled by director Erica Miller’’

London Theatre1 ★★★★