Woodtech making a fool of himself

(Mark Johnson) #1

If anyone is finding themselves at a loose end the weekend 27/28 October,

there may well be a familiar face in the cast of lizzie Streaker.

The london Theatre , New Cross

(PaulY) #2

Break a leg

(Afshin Dehkordi) #3

Othello…all female cast?

(Mark Johnson) #4

haha no , I am not in drag! othello is the week before!

(Afshin Dehkordi) #5

:grinning: treading the (planed and thicknesser-ed) boards!

Look forward to hearing it all about…alas I’ll be in Shropshire

(EdwardBilson) #6

“A modern take on the Greek Classic Lysistrata by Aristophanes where the women refuse their men until they stop going to war.”

In fairness, you’ve never needed a theatre to make a fool of yourself.

Nice to see our techs have hidden depths!

(Esther Gladstone) #7

I never would have guessed this for your hidden talents…

(Jack Derrick) #8

Good Luck!

(Martin John Finch) #9

Three words: “Makerspace Group Outing” - anyone up for it? Fringe theatre always needs… I believe the technical term is “bums on seats”.

(Paul Court) #10

@lewisss are we OK to heckle and sing songs of support ?


(Mark Johnson) #11

Haha …
Emphatically NO!

(Pete Hellyer) #12

psst, he didn’t say no to signs, banners and general flag waving, folks :wink:

(Mark Johnson) #13

shameless plug, this is on this weekend , (please do not come if you are easily offended!)

(Martin John Finch) #14

My partner and I are going tonight (Saturday). Come along and support some fringe theatre!

(Dermot Jones) #15

Tickets booked for 6pm today!

(Mark Johnson) #16

Cheers , and thanks to everyone who came last night

(Mark Johnson) #17

well if anyone missed out last time and if anyone who came fancies seeing me again!!

I have a lead part this time
South London Players present

Friday 14th and Sat 15th Dec Fri 8pm & Sat 7pm £12

DING DONG MERRILY by Lisa Pancucci

It’s Christmas Eve. Snow is falling as four friends meet for dinner. Amongst

the roasted chestnuts and mince pies old wounds are re-opened. Will it be

Goodwill To All Men or is that blood on the tinsel? ‘Ding Dong Merrily’ is a

dark comedy about love, anger, retribution and unrivalled arrogance,

where festive feelings collide and, in this Heaven the bells aren’t ringing.