News from Bath

Two Bath playwrights who have been featured in 17Percent showcases both have work on this month.

Gill Kirk (check out our interview with Gill on YouTube) whose play The King was in his counting house was part of our first showcases back in March 2010, has a play, Black Barn, on in London on 15th, 16th, 17th June 2012.

“You think it’s just you. That footstep. That scrabble. That…breath? You shouldn’t be scared. You’re all grown-up now. Come on, come with us. Let’s go inside. Look: the door’s open.”

Black Barn written by Gill Kirk
8pm 15-17 June Tickets £10 full / £ 7 concessions
LOST theatre, 208 Wandsworth Road  London SW8 2JU 0844 847 1680
Or click here to buy tickets

Alison Farina who features in our West Country focus, has a new play on in Bath from 20-23 June. You can also see an extract from Alison’s play Paradise Left which was performed at She Writes.

Fertility Objects photo

photo (c) Lisa Hounsome

Fertility Objects is the latest offering from Alison’s new writing theatre company, Butterfly Psyche Theatre and tells the story of three couples who have broken down on the road to parenthood. Will they reach their destination, or will they have to call for roadside assistance?

Fertility Objects written by Alison Farina and directed by Hannah Drake
8pm 20-23 June  Tickets £12/£10 concessions
The RondoTheatre, Larkhall, Bath, 01225 463362

Bookings at or on the door at the Rondo Theatre from 7.30pm on the night of performance.

There will be a Post-show discussion with Bath Fertility Center after the June 20th performance.

Good luck Gill and Alison!

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