Every Sunday at 8.00pm

Moon At Night

Music ♦ Poetry ♦ Comedy ♦ Open Mic

Tickets: £5.00


Friday, 24th May 2019 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 25th May 2019 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 26th May 2019 at 5.00pm



Written and performed by Garry Roost

Directed by Kenneth Hadley

Following on from Garry’s successful premiere at Edinburgh Festival and at The Adelaide Festival, Australia he returns for another three-day run with his darkly witty take on the American icon of pop art.

The play looks at Warhol's early life and his obsessive determination to "become famous". This Warhol excelled at and was recognised by his tutor to be "the most gifted and talented student I've ever seen." Andy eventually moved to New York and got his dream job as a commercial artist. The factory came later along with the extraordinary explosion of ideas and concepts that would shake the pop art world. This did not come easily. Roost unfolds the story, the lives and tragic losses of those who lived and died in the factory.

"...a very talented solo performer." - Pip Utton

"...a totally convincing Warhol." Philip Wyn Jones

"You're a star and have produced something really marvellous and important." Sohemian Society

"Garry Roost IS Francis Bacon" Sophie Parkin - The Colony Room Club 1948-2008

"Thank you for keeping Francis' memory alive with your wonderful play" - Cristiano Lovatelli Ravarino - The Francis Bacon Collection 

"Brilliant portrayal" The Francis Bacon Estate

"Roost brings Bacon back to dangerous life." Syke On Stage

"Superb Solo Show" The Public Reviews ****

"Roost fleshes out what we know about Francis Bacon and injects it with wit and vitality" - Brag Magazine ****

"Mesmerising portrayal" - South Sydney Herald

"...a Superb Character actor, one of the most inspired at the fringe..."  FringeReview ****


Friday, 31st May 2019 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 1st June 2019 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 2nd June 2019 at 5.00pm



 Written and directed by Milli Collins and Abbie Sheriff

Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Bottled Up! Is a multi-media performance combining music, poetry, animation and physical theatre which hopes to raise awareness for alcoholism and addiction in young people.

The story follows a girl called Alex who goes to university and her journey begins there

Some of the cast are in recovery themselves so the script is based on true events drawn from their own experiences.

We hope that our performance will shine a light on the ever-progressive mental illness of addiction, and show young people that you are never too young to seek help.

Tickets: £10.00


Friday, 7th June & Saturday 8th June 2019 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 9th June 2019 at 5.00pm
Friday, 14th June & Saturday 15th June 2019 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 16th June 2019 at 5.00pm 


by Robert Calvert (1945-1988)

Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

A fascinating play about a little known and formative episode in the early life of Jimi Hendrix. The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice commissioned and first performed at Pentameters in 1976.

 “… an absorbing, thought-provoking piece that will send those of us of a certain age back to our youth.”     Camden New Journal

 “Must see. Delightful trip into the mind of Jimi Hendrix. Excellent.”   Audience Member

It is 1962 and a potentially explosive standoff is looming in the hold of a US army plane between a veteran white sergeant and a callow black paratrooper. The young private, who has provoked his sergeant’s ire by declining to jump, is James Marshall Hendrix; in four years’ time he will come to his apotheosis as rock star Jimi Hendrix.

Now, though, it is not fear or insubordination but a premonition that is stopping him from launching himself from the plane; Jimi is hesitantly poised on the edge of a jump into a future as a musician that will bestow him with “money, fame and chicks".