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AMLETH READ THROUGH:
On Saturday 19th February at 1pm in the Quay Theatre Bar, I’m holding a little gathering of voices to read through my latest play, Amleth. Actually, it’s the first part of a two part play, and we did have a little gathering to read it over a year ago, but it has been substantially rewritten AND it’ll help when I hold the next little gathering to read through Part Two (which we be sometime in March, no hurry).
And if you wanted to make a day of it, at 11am that day there is a rather good film on in the Quay auditorium “Of Gods and Men”. Coincidentally it ends about 1pm – just in time for coffee and a read.
What’s it about? Not telling you, you’ll have to find out – though as a guide for those of a nervous disposition I will say it doesn’t contain modern day bad language, but suggested and enacted violence is central to the text. Which, in a reading, shouldn’t scare the horses too much. The Quay Theatre, Quay Lane, Sudbury
An exciting new translation of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull will premier at Barons Court Theatre later this month.
Chekhov’s original text has been translated into English by Russian writer and musician, Tatiana Podzniakova, with support from English actor Alex Humes, who previously trained and worked in St Petersburg.
The Seagull will run at Barons Court Theatre, under the Curtain’s Up pub, 28 Comeragh Road, Kensington, W14 9HR, from Tuesday 22nd February to Sunday 6th March (excluding Monday 28th February). Performances start at 7.30pm (6.30pm on Sundays). Tickets are priced at £10 or £8 concessions (senior/student/disabled). To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 8932 4747 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sudbury Dramatic Society Presents...