For Kieran, first dates seldom lead on to second ones. Tonight, is a first date for Kieran and he has invited Catherine to his home for a meal. She accepts.
ST PATRICK'S WEEK @ LONDON IRISH CENTRE, CAMDEN SQUARE NW1 9XB
Collins in London
Much is known about the visits Michael Collins made to London as part of the treaty negotiations in 1921/22. However, much less is known about the nine years he spent in the capital working, at all places, at the Post Office Savings Bank. Lodging with his elder sister Hannie, Collins was fifteen when he moved to London where he remained until his call back to Ireland for the Easter Rising. This two- handed drama explores the years prior to 1916 and of course the time when he returns to London a totally different man altogether. Starring Dylan McCormack and Suzie Houlihan.
Scribes and Thespians/K to K Radio presents...
ST PADDY, a series of short sketches and readings to mark Ireland's patron saint.
Thursday 12th March @ 8pm live via
CRUISING, a Valentine Day themed play set on an ocean cruise liner.
JUNGLE BOOK: A non-Disney version of Kipling's classic novel. plus MUMMERS PLAY: Based on traditional sources.
CHRISTMAS SHOW: Readings from the London Irish Centre's Mind Yourself writing group led by Sue Dowd.
CORRUPTION AT THE CRESCENT: Written, acted and produced by members of Scribes & Thespians. https://www.facebook.com/events/517448538811111/
K2K Radio London’s No1 digital community radio station serving Kilburn to Kensall (ktokradio.com) was set up in 2012 by community radio lovers, broadcasting from The Albert in South Kilburn then South Kilburn Studios, to provide a platform for people to share their voices and passions with the world. Since then, the tribe has blossomed and now has a dedicated station manager, a super studio tech team, media consultants and a multitude of regular, besides new, DJs presenting a mix of great tunes, random endeavours and local updates. Now we are housed in the Granville, Kilburn, with a global reach, wonderful conversation and a sprinkle of convivial banter interlaced with great music.
Scribes & Thespians is a writing/drama project based at the Queen's Crescent Community Association in Kentish Town whose aim is to develop new writing/drama within the local community, focusing on the talents of older people. The group meet every Monday afternoon from 2-4pm at QCCA (new writers/actors welcome)
Scribes & Thespians are delighted to be working with KtoK Radio and plan a monthly series of radio plays to be broadcast live on the second Thursday of the month. Access to the station is via KtoKradio.com with links to previous broadcasts posted over.
For further details about the project contact Mary Pierce on email@example.com.