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15, 16, 17 and 18 September 2007

Upstaged Right

adapted from an original idea by Yasmine van Wilt

Directed by Dan James
Cast: Ed Cooke, Miranda Hennessy, Tom Railton

Acting auditions are never easy, but when Tom turns up at the theatre to interview for a bar job and gets shown into the audition room by mistake, surely there's no chance he'll get the part? This comedy of mistaken identity looks at the everyday choice we face between honesty and other people's expectations. Short, sweet and laugh out loud funny.


by Debbie Kent
Directed by Russell Bolam
Cast: Mark Landau, Emer O'Connor

You have to make an effort to be your own person, don't you? Karen

But does it do any good to try? Karen and Peter and Keri and Peter chase dreams in the spotlight and monsters in the woods, in a play in two halves about doubles and opposites, staying and going, falling and jumping, love and fear and choices.

How Low
by Kaiser Phobos

Directed by Daniel York
Cast: Zina Badran, Fiona Cuskelly, Graham Hornsby, Catherine Rowney

Imagine a newspaper that is only after the worst kind of story: all sleaze and no substance (couldn't be true?). Well that is the case at Global Eye where Misha, the new owner, wants to run it into the ground: turning her PA into the Chief Reporter and digging the dirt on druggie-come-popstar Trent Dyson and his former lover. However she isn't prepared for what happens next... It will make you laugh, it might make you cry - but it should make you sit up and ask what has become of our land and its people.


Saturday 15th September - 3pm - White Bear Theatre, Kennington

Sunday 16th September - 7.30pm - Barons Court Theatre, West Kensington

Monday 17th September - 8pm - The Kings Head Theatre, Islington

Tuesday 18th September - 8pm - The Inn on the Green, Ladbroke Grove

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