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THE LAD HIMSELF

27th and 28th July

8.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£6/£5

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THE LAD HIMSELF

Written by Roy Smiles, presented by Treason Productions

A gleefully exuberant and reverential tribute to the comedy of Tony Hancock and the writing of Ray Galton & Alan Simpson.

"The Lad Himself" is written by award winning playwright Roy Smiles - author of PYTHONESQUE and YING TONG - A WALK WITH THE GOONS; Directed by Paul Hodson, writer and director of Fringe First winner MEETING JOE STRUMMER and director of international success FEVER PITCH. Also starring Mark Brailsford - founder of Brighton's legendary THE TREASON SHOW as Tony Hancock, The Lad Himself.

BREATHLESS – A DRAMATIC CANTATA

27th July

7pm

Dining Room

Running time is 35 minutes

Tickets:
£5/£4

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BREATHLESS – A DRAMATIC CANTATA

Behsat Ahmet

Set in an anonymous rehearsal studio, Breathless is a dark comedy about a singer’s meltdown during a rehearsal for his forthcoming concert recital.

The singer’s spiral into meltdown, expressed through his extensive repertoire, mirrors his emotional disintegration in an evening that is threatening and exhilarating in equal measure.

Running is time 35 minutes

Apologies - this show is CANCELLED!

Apologies - this show is CANCELLED

Wonder Woo-Man

25th and 26th July

9pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£6/£5

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Wonder Woo-Man

Jonny Woo

An Edinburgh Festival Preview ... Award-winning 'Tranny Superstar' (TimeOut) Jonny Woo packs a host of surreal characters, songs and tongue twisters into this rollercoaster hour of modern cabaret. Including The Scouse Pope, Spam Ayres and his newest creation The Mary Portas Experience.

The b*st*rd love child of Kenny Everett and Marlene Dietrich

The Times

www.jonnywoo.com

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Somnambules & the 7 Deadly Sins

25th and 26th July

7pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£6/£5

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Somnambules & the 7 Deadly Sins

Tanya Khabarova and Yael Karavan

What are we made of? How many archetypes, memories and experiences are moving within us and leading the choices we make in our life...?

With Dance, physical and visual theatre, Somnambules is a magical and evocative performance inspired by The 7 Deadly Sins, a voyage through our emotional spectrum, questioning once again what does it mean nowadays to be human?

Khabarova’s laser like precision and shamanistic sense of stagecraft borders on genius

The Times

Karavan’s physical discipline is extraordinary. Every pulse and movement count

Total Theatre

www.yaelkaravan.com

Sid Lester’s Big Night with special guests, friends and family

24th July

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£10

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Sid Lester’s Big Night with special guests, friends and family

Sue MacLaine

Research has suggested a decrease in early mortality figures among those who put others before themselves.

In a rare display of altruism and in the quest to prolong his life expectancy, vaudeville legend Sid Lester has organised an all-star benefit on behalf of his friend Sue MacLaine (whom he met at the local launderette in 1982). Sue is taking a performance to the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh.

Sid is ably assisted by Mr Gregory Mickelborough on piano, Janine Fletcher performing a special homage tap routine, and Mr Antony Haase, drawing live on stage, whipping out his felt-pens to capture the audience (the subsequent drawing will be auctioned). Sid can also announce the singing debut of his daughter Valerie, channelled by Emma Kilbey, with whom Sid will duet.

Sid Lester’s Big Night Out is hosted by Sid Lester with influence from another of his chums - the avant-garde theatre director Tadeusz Kantor. As Tadeusz would say ‘What can be seen on the stage is the process of dying, the functioning of memory, the act of creation, the fate of the artist and the work of art.’ Sid has expanded this concept to include balloons, a raffle, talking birds, toffees, indoor fireworks and a game of ‘Play Your Cards Right’.

Tickets are £10 (bring some extra and win prizes)

The patter, the schmooze, the unmistakable walk...Sid's still got it.

Total Theatre

www.suemaclaine.co.uk

23rd - 28th July ... Road to Edinburgh

a season previewing shows on the way to Edinburgh

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