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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

                                                                            

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




                                                                            

TUESDAY, 12 AUGUST -  SUNDAY, 31 AUGUST 2014

LONG WOMAN'S GRAVE

Written and directed by
John Dunne
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Jack, a second generation Irishman, returns to his homeland for a period of peace, quiet and general healing of the soul.
His peace, however, is disturbed when characters from a local legend visit him in his lonely but idyllic cottage by the sea.

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


                                                                            

TUESDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER -  SUNDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER 2014

THE CURSE OF MACHA

Written and directed by John Dunne
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

A sequel to Long Woman’s Grave set one year on. Jack is now a successful playwright working in Dublin.
His occasional return to his cottage by the sea is invaded by a pair of goddesses drawn from Irish mythology.


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