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Deal With It is a world premiere double bill by award winning writers
Barons Court Theatre is at the Curtain's Up pub in Comeragh Road, W14 and tickets for all productions can be booked by calling 0208 932 4747 or by emailing email@example.com stating performance and number of tickets required. Pay in cash, when you come to the performance.
"DEAL WITH IT" (DOUBLE BILL) - June 3 to 8
Bootleg Theatre Company presents the World Premiere of two plays by two award winning writers. 'Cookie' by Annie L. Cooper, and 'Torched' by Roger Goldsmith. Directed by Colin Burden.
"COOKIE" by Annie L. Cooper
Too many questions and too much advice. Who should she listen to – the medics, family or her own quiet inner voice?
The biggest question of all – what is this Cancer and what does it really mean to be selfish?
PLEASE NOTE: This play contains partial nudity.
"TORCHED" by Roger Goldsmith
Natasha’s Mum’s been a manic depressive for two years. And her Dad’s dead, knifed by youths in a pub fight. But her Mum’s excited. She’s got a boyfriend. ’Who is he Mum? What does he do? What do you know about him? There’s a flasher outside the house. And the sound of police cars. What’s going on Mum? But her Mum’s not saying much.
PERFORMANCES: Tuesday – Sunday (7.45 p.m.) Including an interval.
TICKETS: £10 (£8 Concessions) Now on sale.
CHUCKLE WITH CHEKHOV - June 10 - 15
Green Girl Productions present an evening of comedy; "Chuckle With Chekhov".
Established in 2010, Green Girl Productions are a London based company working in film and theatre, producing both new writings and updating classics. A regular at Barons Court, previous successes include The Tempest, The Seagull and their recent critically acclaimed production of As You Like It.
"Chuckle With Chekhov" collects three of Chekhov’s short works in a one act show. Known predominantly for his introspective works The Proposal, The Anniversary and On The Harmful Effects Of Tobacco are three comic pieces that showcase Chekhov’s wittier side. Focusing on the themes of relationships, status and communication, Chekhov satirises on the ties that bind and the farcical way in which meaning can be lost in translation.
PERFORMANCES: Tuesday – Saturday (7.30 p.m.) Sunday (6.30 p.m.)
TICKETS: £10 (Now on sale)
May 29, 2014