Heather this all looks fun -shame I don't get out that far -still dinner
with the artists sounds a health hazard -will they also serve pigeon?
Eclectics is that to do with light P puzzled
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Sent: 20 August 2008 11:24
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Subject: Some readings/ plays I'm doing in London
1) MESOTERIC - CHEZ KRISTOF
26 Aug 2008, 19:30
111 HAMMERSMITH GROVE, London, W6 ONQ
Cost : TBC
AN EVENING OF LIVE POETRY, SCULPTURE, PRIVATE FILMS AND WINE FOLLOWED BY
DINNER WITH THE ARTISTS (WHICH YOU MUST BOOK WITH BETSY!) ALL AT CHEZ
KRISTOF 111 HAMMERSMITH GROVE, W6ONQ 020 8741 1177 r.s.v.p.
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2) The Jam (fundraiser for CanUK Theatre company)
27th August 2008, 19:30
upstairs at The Miller of Mansfield
96 Snowsfields Road, London Bridge, SE1 3SS
Tickets £6.50 otd
An eclectic evening of
new writing: stand-up,
comedy sketches, poetry
& performance from the
fruitiest talent in
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3) INTO THE SEA as part of:
World at One
Sept 10th - 14th @ 1pm, special showing 13th September @ 9:30 pm
Messed up seasons, melting ice-caps and species hurtling towards extinction.
Three short, new plays on ‘GLOBAL WARMING’. Jackie Kane’s play is set down a
mine-shaft, Heather Taylor’s in a flooded London and Rachel Barnett invents
‘BANTS’ a hybrid bee/ant colony set to inherit the earth.
More than a reading but less than full production, this regular series aims
to entertain and engage while challenging modern times.
@ Kings Head Theatre 115 Upper Street, Islington N1 1QN
Duration: One hour
Tickets: £7/5 conc.
Box Office: 0870 890 0149
Book online at: www.seetickets.com