Feather’s at the Hen & Chickens starring Carrie Marx

Michelle Neil and Sibling Productions present
FEATHERS
Written by Eliza Power
Directed by Milla Jackson
Press Night: Thu 10 Nov, 7.30pm
Tue 8 – Sun 27 Nov
Tue 8 – Sun 20 Nov and Sat 26 – Sun 27 Nov, 7.30pm; Mon 21 Nov, 9.30pm.
Matinees Sat 19 and 26 Nov, 3pm.
No show Sun 13 – Mon 14 Nov and Tue 22 – Fri 25 Nov
£12.50 (plus 75p booking fee)
Cash tickets available 30mins before show start
Booking information:
featherstheplay.com
Eliza Power’s modern reworking of Tereus, Procne and Philomena from Ovid’s Metamorphoses returns to London for the first time since 2012, where it enjoyed sell-out runs at the Etcetera Theatre and Edinburgh and Sydney Fringe Festivals.
Directed by Milla Jackson, sex, lies and black comedy permeate Feathers, blending mythological symbolism and contemporary dialogue to create a dark tale of two sisters bound together by a past neither can escape.
When Marisa and Dan welcome Marisa’s estranged sister Edie into their home, to help care for their toddler son, their marriage is put to the test. Their marriage, already marred by interference from Marisa’s meddling best friend and the hint of infidelity, begins to splinter as Marisa’s sister’s
behavior becomes more and more erratic.
As birds die and fall out of the sky, Edie, struggling to settle into the fractured household finds solace in her new lover Nathan. But as Dan’s undeniable attraction to Edie develops, a dark history between the two sisters begins to emerge…
★★★★★ Refreshingly honest, emotive and at times mysterious Camden Gazette
★★★★★ Sharp, slick and shocking drama… incredibly funny and moving Broadway Baby
★★★★ Utterly convincing and wholly owned Three Weeks

Kirsty Newton’s Life Begins at Party in London!

The first (and possibly last) opportunity to see Kirsty’s wonderful show – Life Begins at Party – on Sunday 13th November, 4-5.30pm, at The Albany, Great Portland Street.

Judith Faultless

If you missed Judith in last week’s ‘The Agency’, you can watch her try and direct Miranda in an episode of Game of Thrones here: The Agency

Or watch the compilation episode on Monday night, BBC2, 10pm!

A witch isn’t just for halloween…

The Witch Diaries

Instructions tour again….

The Real MacGuffins are bringing their 2015 hit to a theatre near you in November! Check out the link for ticket details Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain

 

Alexis Strum has a new showreel

Check out the very funny Alexis Strum in her NEW showreel….

Alexis Strum October 2016 Showreel

Also, check out the other Axis of Stupid videos whilst you’re there…

Axis of Stupid

Trump Yourself

Those Gimps couldn’t be more current……..

 

The MacGuffins return

Wed 19 – Sat 22 Oct, 7.30pm

| £12.5 | £10.5 concessions

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It’s 1942 and a horde of Yankee servicemen have just arrived in England – where the locals speak a strange dialect, boil all their food, and talk endlessly about the weather.

Inspired by the 1942 pamphlet given to GIs on their way to, Blighty, the show will take the audience back to the British home front, so get ready for a night of joyous laughter and downright silliness as a crack team of experts attempt to explain the British way of life. A rib-tickling new show for adults and families by Fol Espoir.

“Wholly idiotic, including a helpless laughter that almost incapitates the audience…an unforgettable experience.”  ★★★★ The Stage

Running Time: 95 minutes

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Rich Keeble’s Vanity Project

JUST ANNOUNCED! Rich Keeble’s Vanity Project has been nominated for Best UK Web Series at Raindance this year (with only 4 other shows)! Not too bad is it!

Impractical Jokers UK

David Moon joins three of his fellow Gimps in the brand new Impractical Jokers UK! Premiering on Five last night, you can see it here if you missed it!

Impractical Jokers UK Ep1