What's On

                                                                            

TUESDAY, 8 APRIL - SUNDAY, 27 APRIL 2014

Pentameters Theatre
in association with Michael Friend Productions

presents

INTIMATE EXCHANGES

A Pageant from the series of plays, Intimate Exchanges, which Alan Ayckbourn has described as a
'a piece of theatrical lunacy' involves the characters in a roundabout of mischance,
misunderstandings and choices based only on the merest chance.

Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews
Directed by Michael Friend


Can Toby, a headmaster with the largest collection of empty whisky bottles in the country,
stop his wife, Celia, from throwing herself into the arms of his school's handyman?


Can Celia keep her husband safe from the clutches of young Sylvie who wants an education... and more?

A tour de force for two actors.

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm
Sunday at 5.00pm

(No shows on Mondays)


Tickets: £12.00/Concessions: £10.00
Box Office: 020 7435 3648



  

                                                                            

SUNDAY, 13 APRIL & SUNDAY, 20 APRIL 2014 - 8.00PM

The Butterfly Wheel
Fundraiser for 'Falkor'

MUSIC, POETRY & PERFORMANCE NIGHT

Tickets: £5.00

                                                                            

SUNDAY, 27 APRIL 2014 - 8.00PM


POETRY EVENING

with

PAUL BIRTILL

Paul 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.
Productions at Pentameters include The Lodger, Squalor, Happy Christmas, The Good Samaritan and Death of a Hawker.


SHAUN TRAYNOR

Shaun is a Northern Irish poet whose first two major collections won rave reviews. He has also published several
acclaimed children's novels and is editor of The Poolbeg Book of Irish Poetry for Children.


In 2010, he published his long poem Shakespeare's Last Drink as a pamphlet with Hearing Eye and in
2013 published a new poetry collection, Van Gogh in Brixton, with Muswell Press.
                                                                                                                                                                        www.shauntraynor.co.uk

MUSIC BY CONRAD & GODFREY

Tickets: £8.00/Concessions: £5.00
Box Office: 020 7435 3648