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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

                                                                            

THURSDAY, 3 JULY -  SUNDAY, 20 JULY 2014

BRENDAN BEHAN'S WOMEN

Writer Tom O’Brien
Director John Dunne
Producer Léonie Scott-Matthews

Irish Post Review 4****

Ham & High Review 4****
Camden New Journal Review

The play is set in the bar of the Chelsea Hotel in New York, in late 1963, and Beatrice Behan has come
over from her home in Dublin to have it out with Brendan, concerning rumours that he is having an affair with
 Valerie Danby-Smith and is about to divorce her. There is also a rumour that Valerie is having a child by him.


Following the performance of the Brendan Behan Pig and Whistle Band on Thursday, 3 July
(a great evening had by all: feet stomping, hand clapping)
they will again perform on the closing night - Sunday, 20 July


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



                                                                            

WEDNESDAY, 23 JULY -  SUNDAY, 3 AUGUST 2014

SWIMMING POOLS, PSYCHOS, SPOUSES
Three x 25 minute (with an interval) one-man shows by Craig Crosbie

Director
Matthew Gould
Producer Léonie Scott-Matthews

Swimming Pools: The Care and Attention of Swimming Pools is from a short story by well-known novelist William Boyd.
A Beverly Hills swimming pool maintenance man's anal over-protection of his own pool provokes his girlfriend to terrible revenge.

Psychos: The Tell-Tale Heart by the 19th century high priest of horror, Edgar Allen Poe.
A servant murders his master, but the still-beating heart grasses him up; the tick-tock of the rational versus
 the imagination’s uncontrollable passions. The Tell-Tale Heart is widely considered a classic of the Gothic
fiction genre and is one of Poe's most famous short stories.

Spouses: a translation by Ranjit Bolt of Juvenal’s sixth satire. Satire VI is the most famous of the sixteen satires
by the Roman author Juvenal. Satire VI is not merely a diatribe against women,
but an all-out invective against marriage… marriage with a health warning.

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