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EVERY SUNDAY at 8.00pm



The Butterfly Wheel

Poetry, Music, Performance and Open Mic


A magical event every Sunday in Hampstead's little bohemian secret... Pentameters Theatre.
Artists, poets and performers all gather every Sunday at 8.00pm to share a wide range of talents and
passions in a relaxed atmosphere and everyone is welcome to join in or just sit back and enjoy the show.

'Sun At Night' was created by The Butterfly Wheel, a female duo who make visual and theatrical music.
The night began as a fundraiser for their dog, Falkor, who was attacked on Hampstead Heath.

Tickets: £5.00

                                                                            

TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER -  SUNDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER 2014

THE CURSE OF MACHA

THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED

                                                                            

MONDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER at 8.00pm

POETRY & MUSIC EVENING

with

PAUL BIRTELL & DAVID SCHAAL

Paul Birtell was born in Walton, Liverpool in 1960. He moved to London in his early twenties and apart from
a brief period in Glasgow has lived there ever since. His poems appear regularly in national newspapers
and literary magazines, and he has read them on national radio and at poetry venues nationwide.

He is an accomplished playwright, and several of his plays have been staged at London theatres including
Squalor which was short-listed for the prestigious Verity Bargate Award and The Lodger was Critic’s Choice in Time Out.
Previous productions at Pentameters include The Lodger, Squalor, Happy Christmas, The Good Samaritan and Death of a Hawker.


David Schaal was born in New Mexico, USA to an American father and English mother. He was raised in England splitting his
schooling years between Stevenage in Hertfordshire and San Jose, California. David is best known for his appearances
as Glyn (Taffy) - the warehouse manager in BBC TV’s BAFTA award winning comedy The Office.
And also Terry Cartwright in Channel 4's BAFTA award winning comedy The Inbetweeners.

Alongside his acting career David is also a writer. He played the leads in two of his own short films Poppy's Present,
directed by Chris Jury and The Final, directed by Duncan Roe. He played Rob in Reality Chokes which he co-wrote with Al Gregg for
The Real London Ensemble Theatre Company which was staged at Pentameters Theatre in 2008 followed by Brotherly Love in February 2012.


MUSIC by CONRAD & GODFREY

Tickets: £8.00 / Concessions: £5.00


                                                                            

TUESDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER -  SUNDAY, 19 OCTOBER 2014

In association with Michael Friend Productions

BERENICE
by
Jean Racine
translated by Samuel Solomon

Directed by Michael Friend
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Tuesday - Saturday at 8.00pm
Sunday at 5.00pm
(No performance on Monday)

Tickets £12.00 / Concessions £10.00