Adapted By Bradley Cole from Lewis Carroll’s Tales
Original music composed by Guy Holden
Directed by John Ward
Weekdays: 11.30 & 2.30
Weekends: 2.30 & 5.30
Walled Garden, Brockwell Park:
Saturday 22nd – 31st July
Streatham Rookery Gardens
Thursday 10th – Monday 14th August 2017
Sixteenfeet Productions return to some of Lambeth’s loveliest green spaces with their unique brand of outdoor theatre.
Plunge down the rabbit hole and enter a fantastical world inhabited by some of the most iconic characters in children’s fiction.
This is promenade theatre so the audience will be encouraged to explore the beautiful setting in order to watch the story unfold, ably led by a talented cast of actor-musicians.
Find out more:
We have an allocation of discounted tickets for play schemes and Lambeth Groups. To find out more contact:
Creative Writing and Oral History
Do you have a story to tell?
We will also be recording memories and experiences of first generation Brixtonians who settled here and shaped it’s identity. This is an exciting opportunity to paint a picture of how things were to pass on to a new generation.
Sixteenfeet Productions invites Lambeth Elders to take part in a series of writing workshops developing skills, sharing experiences and having fun on Thursday afternoons at Brixton Community Base.
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invite you to…
Not Half Bard
Brixton Community Base
London SW2 1AS
7pm Saturday 21st January 2017
Not Half Bard is an hour long, five actor comedy, crafted from some of Shakespeare’s most famous scenes and speeches with added music for good measure. It is a marvellous introduction to Shakespeare’s work or for those with a little more in-depth knowledge, a wonderfully irreverent take that will certainly leave you smiling.
Come and Join Us on the Night
There will be a collection after the performance
All proceeds go to Brixton Community Base
Tube: Victoria line to Brixton
• Turn left out of the tube and walk past the Ritzy Cinema and past the Library along Effra Road.
• Turn left onto Mervan Road and continue until you come to Talma Road and then turn right.
• The Community Centre is on the corner of Talma Road and Probert Road.
Buses to Brixton
3, 37, 45, 59, 159, 139, 109, 2, 2a, 2b, 133, 135, 37, 35, 322.
Brixton station is 5 minutes walk away. Alternatively you can use Herne Hill station (Thameslink) then catch a bus or walk the 13 minutes to Brixton.
2x top price tickets to Thriller Live (£70 each)
2x tickets to This House (£45-55 each)
2x tickets to a National Theatre show (£30 each)
2x tickets to a show at the English National Opera (£80-100 each)
2x concert tickets to Tenebrae Choir’s Fauré Requiem (£30 each)
2x tickets to a Fourth Choir concert (£20 each)
Limited edition framed print by Martin Grover: Waiting for a Train, Brixton Station (est. value £100)
Homemade Christmas cake
Christmas hamper (homemade elderflower wine, sparkling cider, bramble jelly, mango chutney, Christmas marmalade, olives)
Black ice skates (men’s size 10)
David Bowie coffee mug + coaster + bag
Elvis Presley coffee mug + coaster + bag
The auction will take place at 8.20pm and we’re happy to take sealed bids beforehand – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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