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Fri 10th September 2021 7:30pm

A welcome back to local jazz quartet JazzVibe featuring Tim Bowden (Vibes), Ivan Osborne (Guitar) , Andy Thomas (Bass) and Adrian Whitman (Drums) playing cool jazz standards.

Dramatic Improv Workshop

Mondays from 20 Sep – 29 Nov 7-9pm

Come and join us for 10 weeks of creative, playful, connected spontaneity and cooperation
All levels of experience and inexperience are welcome!
PLUS End of term show at The Two Sisters Arts Centre!

£150 booked by 31st July, £200 after
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Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Friday 24th September 2021 at 7:30pm

We welcome back award winning actor James Hyland with a new show based on ‘Alice in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll
with music by Chris Warner.
Suitable for Adults & Children 8+
“What does it mean to sit between this world and that at the drop of a hat?”The Hatter and the Hare are stuck. They can’t move on.Trapped by self delusion and memory loss, they remain at 6 o’clock, forever drinking tea. The Hatter embraces it. The Hare rejects it. But who is to blame for this never-ending party? Take a trip down the proverbial rabbit hole with Brother Wolf’s groundbreaking adaptation of one of the most beloved stories of all time. Fantastical and utterly bonkers, “The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party” is a mind-bending new twist on Lewis Carroll’s immortal classic. So grab your seat at The Hatter’s table and get ready for the weirdest and wildest party this side of Wonderland!

Christina Johnston celebrates Sondheim & Lloyd Webber

Sun 26th September 2021 7:30pm

Celebrated and internationally acclaimed coloratura soprano Christina will sing a selection from the musicals of Stephen Sondheim & Andrew Lloyd Webber
‘with a voice that soars above the clouds’ this one is not to be missed!

Christina is a regular soloist with various conductors and orchestras all over Europe and has sung on numerous solo tours with orchestras around Czech Republic, Slovakia, China and South America and has performed all over the world in various opera houses.

At the tender age of 22 she made her Operatic debut at The State Opera, Prague as The Queen of the Night in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and then Adele in Strauss’s Die Fledermaus and has sung more than 4 seasons as these roles.

Jazz with The Unity Organ Trio

Thu 30th September 2021, 7:30PM

This is our blurb. Here goes:
The Unity Organ trio are a jazz ensemble who formed in 2018 and have played venues across London and Essex. They play a mixture of Jazz Standards, Latin Bossa Nova and Soulful Grooves. They share a common repertoire from songwriters such as Gershwin, Porter, Van Heusen and Kern as well as Jazz composers Corea, Henderson, Tyner and Davis.
The group comprises of: Alex Hearn (Guit.) Andrew Noble (Org.) and Michael Connolly (ds.)
Alex Hearn has a C.V including Martin Hathaway, Mick Hutton, Dan Banks, Trevor Taylor, Lance Ellington and Jocelyn Brown.
Andrew Noble has performed with Jim Mullen, Derek Nash and Peter King.
Michael Connolly has performed with Kenny Thomas, Laurence Cottle and Richard Cottle.

James Hyland – Dracula’s Guest

Fri 29th October 2021, 7:30pm

Award winning actor James Hyland is back with DRACULA’S GUEST
Based on the works of Bram Stoker
Adapted, Produced and Directed by James Hyland
An ancient creature, embittered by the burden of immortality and the intolerance of those who would decry him monster. Alone in his keep, but for the memories of centuries past. A living death that only a vampire could understand. Or perhaps a special guest or two. Providing they can live long enough to survive their host’s unique hospitality and his deliberate attempts to drive them insane.
Based on the bone-chilling works of Bram Stoker, “Dracula’s Guest” takes you into the dark heart of Victorian horror to reveal the very meaning of terror and the consequences of collective evil and personal spite.

James Hyland – A Lesson From Auschwitz

Thursday 28 April 2022, 7:30pm

Award winning actor James Hyland commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) with a powerful drama performed with Michael Shon

In 1941, Rudolf Höss, Commandant of the Nazi concentration camp known as Auschwitz, assembled his SS personnel in a secret meeting with the express purpose of introducing a new method for exterminating Europe’s Jews: Zyklon B, a deadly poison gas. Every soldier in attendance was sworn to secrecy, and no one questioned its usage. No one except a lone Jewish prisoner, forced to participate and humiliated throughout; the very prisoner upon which this “lesson” would be demonstrated.
Based upon real events, ‘A Lesson from Auschwitz’ explores how and why the Nazis did what they did, shedding light on the mentality of the perpetrators and the disturbing reality of life in a death camp.
Recommended for: Ages 14+
This is an immersive theatre play which involves direct audience address as well as scenes of violence which some audience members may find disturbing. The age recommendation is therefore classified as 14+.#
Proceeds will be donated to charity