What's On:




 Every Sunday at 8.00pm

Moon At Night

Music ♦ Poetry ♦ Comedy ♦ Open Mic

Tickets: £5.00






 




In association with Michael Friend Productions


 Tuesday, 7th March 2017 – Sunday, 26th March 2017

Press Cuttings

By George Bernard Shaw

Directed by Michael Friend
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews


Shaw’s black comedy of War, Politics and the Suffragettes, was first presented as a private production at the Royal Court Theatre in 1909. Its first public performance was at the Gaiety Theatre, Manchester in the same year.

With two principal characters based upon General Kitchener and Prime Minister Asquith the play was at first refused a licence by the Censor, who only relented when Shaw agreed to change the names.

Shaw’s attacks on political mendacity are as timely today as they were explosive over a hundred years ago.


Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm
Sunday at 5.00pm
(No shows on Mondays)

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
 







Friday, 31st March 2017 to Sunday, 2nd April 2017
Friday, 7th April 2017 to Sunday, 9th April 2017


Convergence

By Imogen Palmer
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Imogen Palmer's first play, Convergence, is set in contemporary London. It is about friendship, identity, and the social and economic barriers that divide and define us.

Jackie and Sophie partied hard well into the ‘90s with a shared vision of a better world.

Their paths diverged and now, 19 years later, Jackie comes crashing, unannounced back in to Sophie's life. Jackie has married a banker and lives in Chelsea. She finds Sophie now living on an estate in South London, from where she and her two children are about to be evicted. Over one intense, hedonistic night they try to make sense of the past and rediscover their friendship.

But when Jackie realises the horrifying way in which the two women's lives are still entangled, will she tell Sophie… or will she walk out?

Friday & Saturday at 8.00pm
Sunday at 5.00pm

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00