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Bernard Shaw invites you
Tue 24 - Sun 29th Mar
A one-man show created by and starring PADDY O’KEEFFE inspired by NEIL TITLEY and directed by MARTIN NICHOLS
Playwright, orator, iconoclast, novelist, critic, essayist, politician, energetic self-publicist, controvertialist – GBS, as he styled himself, divides opinion today as he did in his lifetime.
In an award-winning show the man himself invites you to celebrate his 90th birthday on the 26th July 1946. However, his celebrations are rudely interrupted by Paddy O’Keeffe, an obsessive Shavian who – in 2015 – is determined to discover the real Bernard Shaw.
There will be a short Q&A session after each performance.
28 Heath Street
London NW3 6TE
@ 8pm (Tue-Sat)
(Sun mat@ 5pm)
(£10 tickets via PayPal)
0207 435 3648
"This gripping performance would enthral any audience ....fantastic story-telling" the Argus “An unusually compelling performance… the best you can ask of a piece of theatre” – Phil Mellows “The charismatic Paddy O’Keeffe…a great actor and a great writer…you will reflect on your life that has just received a new meaning – Veronica Lazar for Remotegoat “Recommended” – Time Out New Delhi
MAY 13 @ 1.30pm
MAY 14 @ 7.30pm
HARINGEY IRISH CENTRE
London N17 8DX
Tickets @ £5 (£8 to include a matinee lunch from fantastic Tipperary chef)
Call 0207 428 0519
This production is performed by older Irish people from the Irish Pensioners Choir with support from the London Irish Theatre Company as well as some willing volunteers! All funds go to the Irish Elderly Advice Network and Haringey Irish Centre.
A NUN'S CHORUS
a rehearsed reading of a new play written by Sally Mulready and directed by John Dunne
It is 1956 and a group of nuns from an enclosed order in Ireland go on their first trip to the outside world in five years. Their holiday to Galway leads to more than they expected as they find themselves on a journey of self-discovery, honesty and love. A touching yet humourous play that explores some of the most troubled aspects of Ireland's identity and heritage.