RedNeedle Productions presents
James Bonney MP by Ian Buckley
20th June – 8th July (Tues-Sat 7:30pm, Sun 4pm)
Matinees Sat 1st & 8th July – 2:30pm
Tickets £15 (£12 conc)
JAMES BONNEY MP – the brilliant new comedy from RedNeedle’s Ian Buckley.
James Bonney, the swashbuckling moderate, the (ladies) man of the people doesn’t take kindly to enemies within – not his new leader who believes in something called socialism nor his local rival who thinks he’s sold out.
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Sunday 25th June, 7:30pm
Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)
Jerry’s wife has recently died. Within 48 hours he’s unexpectedly contacted by two very different internet dating sites. ‘Big Brother’ clearly knows who and where he is. Intrigued by this intrusion, Jerry sets off investigating his dilemma – which site, if at all, should he choose; the ‘no strings’ type which encourages infidelity, or the other super-elite site whose users truly believe they are royalty.
Continue reading Married But Lonely
Sheep by David Cantor
17th July – 5th August, 7pm
It’s been twenty-one nights since Dexy last slept. It could be down to his choice of pillow. Duck Down. It could be down the heating in his flat. Nonexistent. Or it could be the fact his girlfriend’s missing, the police are scouring the streets and Dexy’s past is catching up with him.
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Monday 26th July
Following their sold out event at the Telegraph Hill Festival, Bigger Fish Theatre present their second night of original short plays form emerging British and American playwrights. Playwrights include; Andrew Biss, Fran Bushe, Janice Hallett, Barbara Lindsay, Alasdair Melrose, Micah Smith and Ruby Thomas.
FIVE STAR and ARGUS ANGEL AWARD WINNING HIT
AND THE ROPE STILL TUGGING HER FEET
written and performed by
CAROLINE BURNS COOKE
July 2nd and 3rd – 7pm
Inspired by 1984’s Kerry Babies scandal. A dark, comic take on a time in Ireland when “The most dangerous place to be was in a woman’s womb” Bishop Joseph Cassidy.
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The Weir by Conor McPherson
11th – 15th July 2017
It is 1997 and a group of people gather together in a remote, farmhouse pub on a windy hillside area of rural Ireland, chatting, joking and telling supernatural stories to impress a young woman who has moved into the local area. But through this communal sharing the characters open up to each other to reveal a different kind of haunting – the loneliness, loss and regret in their lives, and their need to give and receive solace in the face of the unfathomable mystery of mortality. Continue reading The Weir
Seize every hour, even if it does leave you dressed as a nun feeding the birds in your lunch break
Izzy wants to be everything. She has to be.
It’s time to think outside the box, go crazy, go skydiving or just go to a different pub this Friday. Running at something is better than just running away, right? Or maybe it’s both? Especially when you start referring to yourself in the third person.
Izzy’s Manifestos is a sharply funny, moving new play by Kevin Jones (twice Bafta-Cymru nominated). Touching on friendship, loss and love, the play explores abandonment, living for the moment and occupying that space outside the norm…
23rd July, 6:30pm