Professional play readers and student actors especially welcome.
£3 per evening
Society members £2
Thursday, 3 May at 7pm
By Simon Gray
Further free performances of MRS SHAW HERSELFinclude: Thursday May 17th 7.30 Highgate Library Civic and Cultural Centre, Croftdown Road NW5 1HB Wednesday 23rd May 7pm Bury Festival in St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1LS Thurs 31st May at The Conway Hall Library 2pm (booking essential) Website Oscar’s People A Conversation Piece Written and directed by Neil Titley Presented as a rehearsed reading conjures up an imaginary meeting of Oscar Wilde with three of his many acquaintances – Shaw, Whistler, and Beerbohm Tree – and is doused with the wit and comedy associated with the 1890s. on: Tuesday May 22 at 7.30pm at Keats Community Library, 10 Keats Grove, Hampstead, London NW3. Tickets available from the Library price £10. All proceeds to the Library Fund. Also on Friday, May 25th at 7.30pm at the CAA, (Club for Acts and Actors,) 20 Bedford St, Covent Garden, London WC2. This performance is by invitation and prior booking only (due to club rules) Donations (£10 suggested) will be invited at the end of performance to cover costs including the room hire. Details email@example.com
THE OSCAR WILDE SEASON continues at the Vaudeville Theatre on the Strand, London An Ideal Husband 20th April – 14th July Box office 0330 333 4814 Website Dear Liar An adaptation by Jerome Kilty of the correspondence of Bernard Shaw and Mrs Patrick Campbell A delightful, funny, and moving dramatization of the words that flowed between Shaw and ‘Mrs Pat’, the acclaimed stage actress. Shaw was inspired to write the role of Eliza Doolittle for Mrs Pat, so you can expect more than a nod to Pygmalion. Tuesday 1 – Saturday 5 May at The Castle Theatre, Wellingborough at 7-45pm Tickets £10 concessions £9 Tuesdays) Box office 01933 270007 Book online
2018 plays at Ayot St Lawrence Click here for the Website Widowers' Houses 22 June, 23 June, 24 June Fanny’s First Play 20 July, 21 July, 22 July