New Year , New Scripts! Live Script Reading and music February 8th , date for your diary!

Easing yourself into 2015 ? What better way than to spend  a relaxing afternoon of words and music ! Love Cluedo , Miss Marple , well get ready for our Murder, Mystery night of scripts . Introducing writer Sophie Flack ‘s radio play ‘The Brighton Racecourse Murder’ An aging musician is found dead one morning on the track of the racecourse. Two middle-aged women, hard-bitten Detective Inspector Rheumes and aura-reading therapist Beth McGowen, reluctantly work together to discover secret family connections, fanatical fans and desperate publicists…

Plus another murder mystery with a modern day twist with first timer Danielle Wager’s short play ‘The Hit’ A family man  receives a telephone call out of the blue from  an ‘independent contractor’ who has heard that he is looking for someone to help him  get rid of his wife. But how exactly do you go about interviewing for this kind of position,  and can you  ever really trust someone who  kills people for a living?

Sunday 8th February


Entrance : £5 and £3.50 concessions

To book tickets

Ready to Read? Or perhaps tread the boards? We’ll read scripts of any genre or medium – screen, stage, radio, romance, comedy, tragedy, thought-provoking, tear-jerking or laugh out loud … our only rule is that it is completely fresh and hasn’t been produced before. Drop us a line…

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Hosted by funny man , stand up comedian Luke Stephen ( following a successful run of his show at  The Hen and Chickens with Peace, Love and Not Understanding @Luke_Stephen1.

We will also be joined by new boys Folsom an acoustic duo from Portsmouth bringing a range of  country, blues and folk music to your ears.

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