Jun
15
2:00 pm14:00

Accalia Arts Festival: Monstrous

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Accalia Arts Festival: Monstrous

written & directed by Alexandra Ricou

a weekend of one-woman shows

Saturday 15th June at 2pm

Hera is angry, but she's been trying her best to get past it.

She has a therapist, she's read all the mindfulness books she can find in her local library, she goes to yoga everyday and she drinks more green tea than even Gwyneth Paltrow could stomach.

Yet still that deep seated rage twists in her guts like a pit of vipers. Then again, when you're an Ancient Greek goddess, being filled with an unquenchable wrath comes with the territory. Perhaps it's time to have a little vent... but is the world ready for 3000 years worth of anger?

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alexandraricouactor/

Twitter: @alexandra_ricou  https://twitter.com/alexandra_ricou

Instagram: @alexandra_ricou  https://www.instagram.com/alexandra_ricou/  

Running time: 60mins

For tickets visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30338852

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Jun
15
8:00 pm20:00

Accalia Arts Festival: Doll Face

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Accalia Arts Festival: Doll Face

written & directed by Karen Mann

a weekend of one-woman shows

Friday 14 June at 8pm | Saturday 15 June at 7pm

Doll Face is a gut wrenching but hopeful account of a single Indian female in an abortion clinic reflecting on her upbringing, culture and the reality of trying to have it all.

It explores the impact of cultural identity on one young British Indian woman and the stigma around mental health issues in the South Asian community. 

Social Media Links: Twitter: @DollFace_Show

Instagram: @karenmannacts 

Adult themes and some swearing.

Running time: 60mins

For tickets visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30338852

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Jun
16
7:00 pm19:00

Accalia Arts Festival: Orbit

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Accalia Arts Festival: Orbit

written & directed by Iniki Mariano

a weekend of one-woman shows

Sunday 16th June at 7pm

Astronaut Nojoom Ali Brown gives a tour of the International Space Station – But strange things happen to the mind in Orbit, being so close, yet so far from home. 

Running time: 60mins

For tickets visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30338852

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Jun
18
6:30 pm18:30

Workshop: Intro to How to Speak and Connect like a TEDx Speaker - London

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A 2.5-hour interactive workshop for those ready to take their public speaking to the next level with a TEDx speaker and book author Anastasia Dedyukhina. This workshop is highly interactive combines practical exercises and theory and personal experience from the speaker. We will also have time for 2 short speeches and quick feedback. Oh, and did we say it's fun and you'll have quite a bit of laugh?

You will gain lots of valuable insights into how to connect with an audience as a TEDx speaker and how to prepare for a TED talk, but it will also be useful for you if you don't want to be a TED speaker and simply want to improve your speaking capabilities. We recommend that you already have some public speaking experience to take this workshop, however, it is opened for all levels.

Questions we cover:

How to build a public profile before you apply for a TED talk (or any expert profile)
How to build an alliance with your audience
Key differences between a regular speaker and a TEDx speaker
Choosing a topic: what’s hot, what’s not, and how to "sell" it to people
Storytelling and hormones: how to make people fall in love with your stories. What makes a difference when you are telling a story
How to connect with the audience
Plus, Q&A and secret tips to pass your TEDx selection process and how to behave on the stage (and what to do when things go wrong)

About your trainer :

Dr Anastasia Dedyukhina, TEDx speaker, international coach, author of Homo Distractus, and founder of a London-based tech-life balance consultancy Consciously Digital. Anastasia is a frequent speaker at global conferences and appeared multiple times in the national and international press, including BBC, ITV, Metro, Guardian etc.

Full refund is possible 7 days before the event. No refunds after 7 days.

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Jun
19
7:00 pm19:00

'The Chapels Creative's Social' - for all theatre and film makers in and around London. 

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'The Chapels Creative's Social' - for all theatre and film makers in and around London. 

The Chapel Creatives Social is a casual networking event for all involved in the making of theatre & film, from actors, producers, directors, writers, technicians and beyond. For those new and old to London who want to meet like minded creative's. 

Whether you are looking to make new connections, taking your first steps into a future career or looking to plug a show, you are more than welcome to come along, grab drink, chat, drop flyers off & get involved! This is a free event but please RSVP as space is limited.

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Jun
19
8:00 pm20:00

Chapel Comedy Club Kings X: Patrick Monahan & Matthew McAloone

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Chapel Comedy Club Kings X: Patrick Monahan & Matthew McAloone

[Work in Progress/Extended Sets/Ed Fringe Preview]

Welcome to the Chapel Comedy Club Kings X, aiming to bring you the best value World Class, Award Winning Comedy with Big Name TV Stars, Circuit Favourites & Special Guests, Edinburgh Previews in a friendly cosy atmosphere!

Doors 7.30pm. Show 8.00pm to 10.45pm (two x 60 min sets with interval)  

Patrick Monahan : Started from the Bottom, Now l’m Here ( Edfringe  Preview)
 Much loved, energetic, charming Irish/Iranian Geordie renowned for his superb anecdotes. Multi award-winning Patrick Monahan. 'His tales of being an immigrant to Britain are thought-provoking yet hilarious, he loves his audience and they love him back. "Twinkle-toed, mischievous, sharp break dancing moves. Monahan raised the roof" - The SunSmart and funny observations on a new-found, middle-class lifestyle with ski holidays, through the prism of poor, immigrant, living-in-a-caravan roots. As seen on The One Show (BBC), Fake Reaction (ITV), Celebrity Squares (ITV).

'Rip-roaringly funny... fun! Another hour would have suited everyone' ***** (One4Review.co.uk).

'Hilarious' ***** (ThreeWeeks).

'Possesses the rare ability to be hilarious without being outrageous' ***** (ThreeWeeks).

'Patrick is a Fringe legend and it's easy to see why' **** (Daily Mirror).  

"Instantly loveable, wonderfully unique" - Metro 

‘There isn't a comic quite like him and his hugs alone are worth the price of admission’ ***** TheNewCurrent.co.uk

Matthew Mccaloone ( Work in Progress/Extended Set)

Join Irish comedian Matthew McAloone for stories, musings, and lots of laughs. SOLO has been across 3 continents so far in 2019.

“he not only was brilliant the last time he played; interesting funny and engaging, but the audience loved him. Genuinely loved him.”. Barry Ferns, Angel Comedy

"brillliant… very funny and his set flowed well." Covent Garden Comedy Club

“Very confident, cool and composed delivery.” Comedy Store Manchester

Acts shown are correct at time of going to press. Mgmt reserve the right to change the line-up without notice.

Advance online tickets £8 (£8.50 including booking fee) OR £10 Cash on the Door.

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/474456

Discount for Group Booking of 6 or more and free ticket for the group organiser. Please contactjessjam5@hotmail.com or text 07734 805817 to discuss group bookings. 

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Jun
20
8:00 pm20:00

Preach: Spoken Word Night (FREE ENTRY)

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“Spoken word can be described as poetry that is written to be performed. It is the bastard child of poetry and centuries of griot tradition, fusing creative wordplay with shiny performance” – Sarah Kay

PREACH! A new event where talented writers address an audience with their poetic devices. Where art is personal. It’s intimate. It’s refreshing. Real talk enthusiasts, we call on you to be where freedom of expression can be celebrated. Who knows? There might be a moment in the night when you make your way to the stage... Sister Frenchie is ready for your affirmations.

Line up TBC

FREE ENTRY!

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Jun
21
7:30 pm19:30

Tara Newton-Wordsworth & Simon Caine Edinburgh Fringe Preview

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Two Edinburgh Fringe Previews for just 9!

Show 1 - Simon Caine - Every Room Becomes a Panic Room When You Over Think Enough.

Comedian Simon Caine is going to Edinburgh 2019 with a new show. In order to do that, he needs to try out his new jokes on you, YES you.

In this latest show Simon looks at his relationship with happiness and social media and how they don't work together with "Quick one-liners [that] rub shoulders with more involved material that rewards you paying full attention" (The Wee Review) and "[his] eccentric turns of phrase and paranoid persona is immediately entertaining, and his tales of irrational exaggeration are simultaneously relatable"(Broadway Baby).

I've come close to winning 4 national comedy awards (semi-finalist), done over 1,300 gigs and toured the UK three times...if you like hilarious storytelling, witty one-liners and structured narrative-led comedy, this is the show for you.

Quotes from industry / comedians / writers about Simon -

“You’re a more authentic John Oliver” - comedian Doug Stanhope

“That was awesome. I liked it… I don’t know why. But it was great. I’ll have you back” – Mike Manera (Piccadilly Comedy Club)

“What you’re doing is great… the problem is nobody understands it.” – Iain Coyle (Dave TV Comedy Commissioner)

“This is one of the few comedians to make me howl with laughter this year…” – comedian Adam Bloom

 

Show 2 - Tara Newton-Wordsworth - Motherhood: A Comedy

Tara has two children under two (yes they were both planned, thank you for asking...) and is exploiting them for as much comedy material as possible.

Having grown up on a biodynamic farm in Western Australia, she muses on marriage and raising children in the modern UK, versus growing up in the outback and being home schooled by hippies.

From group pelvic floor exercises to googling how to change a nappy, Tara's debut hour delves into the hilarious (often sanity threatening) world of parenthood.

‘Very talented and very of the moment’ (Stephen Fry). ‘Hilarious’ ★★★★★ (Sun). www.taranewtonwordsworth.com

Audience Warnings: 18+

Running time: 2 hours

http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30236836

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Jun
22
7:30 pm19:30

Theatre: Paper Chains

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Paper Chains

by Sian Brett & Jazmin Quinta

Saturday 22nd June at 7:30pm

Paper Chains is a night of new writing from Box Room Theatre that looks at how we connect to each other in an increasingly lonely world.

About Box Room Theatre

Box Room Theatre make loud and messy theatre about the conversations we are not having but feel that we should be. Our work makes us braver, and we want our audience to feel the same. We’re happy with how it’s gone so far.

Praise for Box Room Theatre:

“Hilarious in the late-night grandeur of two young women trying to find themselves in the 21st century.” – Miro Magazine

“Watermelon is an excellent example of young new writing that we should be paying attention to in the theatre.” – Anthem

Some adult themes. 14+ 

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Jun
23
6:30 pm18:30

Epic Film Music Concert - Edinburgh Previews

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Epic Film Music Concert - Edinburgh Fringe Preview

by Intermundia

Sunday 23rd June at 6:30pm

The most monumental film music rearranged and originals played in a unique hybrid performance, mixing electronic and orchestral. This is a preview for the Edinburgh Fringe.

www.intermundiamusic.com

Strobe lights, not suitable for people suffering epilepsy.

Running time: 75mins

For tickets visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30338852

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Jun
10
7:00 pm19:00

Playwrights Circle

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A friendly and supportive circle in which playwrights can share their work and work-in-progress, run by the Chapel Playhouse once a month

Monday 10th June from 7:00pm

After the success of our sister venue (The Bread & Roses Theatre) Playwrights Circle - we are introducing the Chapel Playwrights Circle!

This in-house circle is an opportunity to share up to 10 minutes of a new play, this can be a short play in its entirety or an extract from a longer piece. Our focus lies on the circle sharing their work and providing supportive and constructive feedback for one another. It is also a fantastic opportunity to introduce your work to the theatre's team.

The evening will run from 7.00pm to 9.00pm (including a break) in the bar area of the Chapel Playhouse.

If you want your play or excerpt to be read on the night please RSVP as there are only 15 spaces available. Please also remember to bring several copies of your script (depending on how many characters there are).

Directors, actors, producers and other creatives interested in discovering new plays and the theatre are also more than welcome to come along!

Please RSVP here https://events.time.ly/aart0an

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Jun
8
7:30 pm19:30

FemFringe: The clown Show

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FemFringe is the leading feminist platform that showcases female creative talent.

After sellout showcases at London's Vault Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival things are getting specialised as we bring female clowns to the stage.

Headlining are Ugly Bucket, veteran FemFringe performers whose physical comedy tackle modern day issues such as sex education and the post-uni blues. The rest of the line-up will be released closer to the event. 

Some adult themes. 12+ 

Produced by Alex Hackitt-Anwyl


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Jun
7
8:30 pm20:30

After Dark Burlesque and Cabaret Show

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Join Miss Carmen Aurora and her amazing show for a glamorous evening of Burlesque and Cabaret right in the heart of Kings Cross! This evening will be showcasing some of the very Best Performing Acts the UK has to offer, and promises one not be missed.

By Aurora & Wiggles.

Tickets for this event are managed externally by the event organisers After Dark Productions

http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30171596

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Jun
6
8:00 pm20:00

Laurance Shorter Spiritual Experience

Laurence Shorter (performer, coach and author of The Lazy Guru’s Guide to Life) hosts this unique live chat show. Instead of celebs talking about their latest projects, Laurence meets with inspirational, creative and spiritual people to tackle the big themes we often avoid. By turns thought provoking, playful and funny, this collision of pop culture and depth is designed to entertain and enlighten.

The theme of this evening’s show is DEATH and joining Laurence to talk about their own demise, and that of everyone and everything else, is acclaimed stand-up comedian Ahir Shah, film-maker Adam Carroll and spiritual practitioner Norina Dixon.

Join us to explore the dark theme of death and how to relate to it in today’s world. With live (Balkan) music from Yendva Yendva. Listen again on the Laurence Shorter Spiritual Experiencepodcast.

For more information & for tickets please visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html#event=30209820

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May
26
3:00 pm15:00

Right To Remain Silent

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Four female inmates escape from their government run behavioural reform camp to join the chaos and violence of the city protests. As time goes on the young women begin to question the price of rebellion and whether the human race can ever really change.

Producers: Helena Simpson and Martha Jamal

Production Manager: Helena Simpson

For more information and for tickets please visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html

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May
25
8:30 pm20:30

Right To Remain Silent

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Four female inmates escape from their government run behavioural reform camp to join the chaos and violence of the city protests. As time goes on the young women begin to question the price of rebellion and whether the human race can ever really change.

Producers: Helena Simpson and Martha Jamal

Production Manager: Helena Simpson

For more information and for tickets please visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html

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May
24
8:30 pm20:30

Right To Remain Silent

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Four female inmates escape from their government run behavioural reform camp to join the chaos and violence of the city protests. As time goes on the young women begin to question the price of rebellion and whether the human race can ever really change.

Producers: Helena Simpson and Martha Jamal

Production Manager: Helena Simpson

For more information and for tickets please visit http://www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on.html

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May
23
7:30 pm19:30

Triple Bill of Short Irish/Jewish Plays

The Hebrew Lesson and The Bespoke Overcoat by Wolf Mankowitz and The Rising of the Moon by Lady Gregory

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Directed by Kenn Michaels and Monty Holender

Set in the old East End, The Bespoke Overcoat centres around the afforsaid overcoat. Can an overcoat be so important? It can if you are old and cold..

The Hebrew Lesson. is set during the 'Troubles' in Ireland. What can a gunman and a Rabbi have in common? More than you would think.

The playwright, Wolf Mankowitz has a perfect ear for the rhythm of East End speech and of Dublin too ...hilarious and sad in turn and tinged throughout with poetry.

Lady Gregory's pre-1916 Easter Uprising play gently satirises the bumbling British-imposed Establishment, as shown by the trio of rural police officers assigned to apprehend a dangerous escaped freedom- fighter. 

North London Actors was started by Gareth Pilkington some 12 years ago as he wanted to bring to North London what he had been part of at Actors and Writers of London. Our actors perform script in hand in semi staged readings of old plays, plays that have been unjustly neglected and original modern plays.

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May
18
7:30 pm19:30

The Cheek Of It! Presents The After School Club Cabaret

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What happens after graduation night and the glitter finally settles??

The amazing truth is it never does!

Now with our brand new monthly night at The Chapel Playhouse you get to see the next chapter both on and off the stage. Featuring Cheekette graduates and friends both past and present, The After School Club will bring you exciting, original, hilarious and stunning burlesque, cabaret and performance art. 

For our performers this is a wonderful opportunity to keep sharing their work in a creative and supportive space. For our audience and community, this is where the extra magic happens! Be inspired, uplifted and thoroughly entertained by our exciting up and comers plus some of the UK's most innovative cabaret artists, our established alumni. 

Class might be over but the glitter and good times have only just begun...

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May
5
3:00 pm15:00

Visions Of Bradford

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"You just don’t want it to die.” - Bradford Resident, 2018

A thriving city, home to over 500,000 people, Bradford is an icon of the North, but it has faced some of the biggest challenges of the twentieth century. 

Visions of Bradford explores stories from the city as told by the people who live there, ranging from the power of the mills to the heat of the riots, and eventually glimpsing what lies at the heart of the community. This ground-breaking piece of verbatim theatre reveals the truth about how the city is seen and what lies in store for its future. 

For more information & for tickets please visit www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk

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May
4
7:30 pm19:30

Visions Of Bradford

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"You just don’t want it to die.” - Bradford Resident, 2018

A thriving city, home to over 500,000 people, Bradford is an icon of the North, but it has faced some of the biggest challenges of the twentieth century. 

Visions of Bradford explores stories from the city as told by the people who live there, ranging from the power of the mills to the heat of the riots, and eventually glimpsing what lies at the heart of the community. This ground-breaking piece of verbatim theatre reveals the truth about how the city is seen and what lies in store for its future. 

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May
3
8:30 pm20:30

Summer Shivers 2019: Shadows

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An evening of spine-chilling tales and unnerving live sound

Directed by Sam Enthoven

Do you like stories that make the hairs stand up at the back of your neck? Sam Enthoven's SHIVERS nights have been giving aficionados that sensation of spiders down the spine for more than a year now. Sam picks the finest frightening literature and finds great performers to read it. The twist with SHIVERS is that these tales are then paired with live sounds from his uniquely uncanny instrument the theremin and some of the best up-and-coming artists from London’s experimental music scene. The result is a kind of cinema for the ears and imagination, with storytelling and sound combining to draw you irresistibly in, to reach cold fingers into your mind, to give you SHIVERS. 

"An unusual theatrical experience, part concert, part creepy Jackanory" -TheReviewsHub

www.soundcloud.com/shiverslisten
www.sinistermasterplan.com/shivers/

For more information & for tickets please visit www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk

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Apr
28
7:30 pm19:30

The Castle (by Franz Kafka, adapted by Trevor White)

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Far from home in a foreign Land, K struggles single-mindedly to unlock the secrets of the Castle. He wages a war of wits against the elusive official Klamm, certain that it is only by standing face to face with the divine authority of the Castle that he will ever find his place within this strange society. But will his pursuit alienate him completely from his fellow man?

Twitter - www.twitter.com/olddogtheatre 

FB - www.facebook.com/olddogtheatre 

Instagram - www.instagram/olddogtheatre 

Website - www.olddogtheatre.com 

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Apr
28
3:00 pm15:00

The Castle (by Franz Kafka, adapted by Trevor White)

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Saturday 27th April at 7.30pm; Sunday 28th April at 3pm & 7.30pm.

Far from home in a foreign Land, K struggles single-mindedly to unlock the secrets of the Castle. He wages a war of wits against the elusive official Klamm, certain that it is only by standing face to face with the divine authority of the Castle that he will ever find his place within this strange society. But will his pursuit alienate him completely from his fellow man?

Twitter - www.twitter.com/olddogtheatre 

FB - www.facebook.com/olddogtheatre 

Instagram - www.instagram/olddogtheatre 

Website - www.olddogtheatre.com 

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Apr
27
7:30 pm19:30

The Castle (by Franz Kafka, adapted by Trevor White)

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Far from home in a foreign Land, K struggles single-mindedly to unlock the secrets of the Castle. He wages a war of wits against the elusive official Klamm, certain that it is only by standing face to face with the divine authority of the Castle that he will ever find his place within this strange society. But will his pursuit alienate him completely from his fellow man?

Twitter - www.twitter.com/olddogtheatre 

FB - www.facebook.com/olddogtheatre 

Instagram - www.instagram/olddogtheatre 

Website - www.olddogtheatre.com 

For more information & for tickets please visit www.chapelplayhouse.co.uk

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Apr
21
7:00 pm19:00

Hyde & Seek

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Written by Ben Old Field (Cube Essential Theatre) 

Performed by Michael Tonkin-Jones (Pipeline Theatre’s ‘Spillikin: A Love Story’

Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st April at 7pm

One performer. Seven characters. 500+ light & sound cues. No technician. 

Using touch sensitive props and innovative lighting the entire show hinges on one man and some rather fantastic tech.

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions…

Set in the murky gothic world of cobbled streets and gas-lit lamp posts of R.L.Stevenson’s timeless allegory on duality this is far from a mere retelling. Charismatic stage doorman Albert met both Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Now, years later, in the crumbling ruins of the theatre he’s inviting you to hear the story of what really happened behind the scenes. 

Fast paced, intimate and lavishly visual story-telling. A vaudevillian ghost story with puppets, song, technical wizardry and of course… danger!

'Hyde and Seek is a beautifully crafted piece of theatre, and a lesson in the art of storytelling. It had us laughing, crying and - literally - jumping out of our seats with fear- often at the same time.’ (‘Hyde & Seek’) - Mark Creese, RCH Radio 

 

‘Tonkin-Jones performance as a lovestruck, robot-obsessed teenage Raymond is uncomfortably truthful.’ (‘Spillikin: A Love Story’  by Pipeline Theatre) -Alice Saville, Exeunt Magazine 

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Apr
20
7:00 pm19:00

Hyde & Seek

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Written by Ben Old Field (Cube Essential Theatre) 

Performed by Michael Tonkin-Jones (Pipeline Theatre’s ‘Spillikin: A Love Story’

Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st April at 7pm

One performer. Seven characters. 500+ light & sound cues. No technician. 

Using touch sensitive props and innovative lighting the entire show hinges on one man and some rather fantastic tech.

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions…

Set in the murky gothic world of cobbled streets and gas-lit lamp posts of R.L.Stevenson’s timeless allegory on duality this is far from a mere retelling. Charismatic stage doorman Albert met both Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Now, years later, in the crumbling ruins of the theatre he’s inviting you to hear the story of what really happened behind the scenes. 

Fast paced, intimate and lavishly visual story-telling. A vaudevillian ghost story with puppets, song, technical wizardry and of course… danger!

'Hyde and Seek is a beautifully crafted piece of theatre, and a lesson in the art of storytelling. It had us laughing, crying and - literally - jumping out of our seats with fear- often at the same time.’ (‘Hyde & Seek’) - Mark Creese, RCH Radio 

 

‘Tonkin-Jones performance as a lovestruck, robot-obsessed teenage Raymond is uncomfortably truthful.’ (‘Spillikin: A Love Story’  by Pipeline Theatre) -Alice Saville, Exeunt Magazine 

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Apr
19
to 20 Apr

The Cheek of It! Presents The After School Club Cabaret

The Cheek Of It!

What happens after graduation night and the glitter finally settles??

The amazing truth is it never does!

Now with our brand new monthly night at The Chapel Playhouse you get to see the next chapter both on and off the stage. Featuring Cheekette graduates and friends both past and present, The After School Club will bring you exciting, original, hilarious and stunning burlesque, cabaret and performance art. 

For our performers this is a wonderful opportunity to keep sharing their work in a creative and supportive space. For our audience and community, this is where the extra magic happens! Be inspired, uplifted and thoroughly entertained by our exciting up and comers plus some of the UK's most innovative cabaret artists, our established alumni. 

Class might be over but the glitter and good times have only just begun...

Doors open: 7:30pm

Showtime: 8pm

Age restrictions: 18+

Advance online tickets: £10 (£10.60 including booking fees)

Tickets on the door: £12

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Jan
20
6:00 pm18:00

Choose Your Own Adventure: Bureaucracy Edition

Choose Your Own Adventure: Bureaucracy Edition is an interactive storytelling experience like no other... because no other storytelling experiences involve this many forms. 

This adventure in administration was born out of the improvised celebration of the mundane, 'Dullprov Present an Evening of Subject Matter', a cabaret of banality. 

Since then, Adventure Administrator Helen has developed more tales to delight and dismay, and seeks to find the childlike joy in the everyday inconveniences of adult life. Inconveniences like automated phone systems, never-ending security questions and spelling mistakes in your promo picture...

Audiences are invited to choose their ownadventure in this interactive story game which blends together exciting quests, stand up comedy and incorrigible systems and processes. 

It'll be fun, honestly.

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14+ May contain bad language or adult themes... It's really up to you, it's your adventure. Latecomers may not be admitted. Ticket purchases are non refundable.

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Chapel Playhouse Launch
Jan
19
3:00 pm15:00

Chapel Playhouse Launch

Today we unleash our full new performance space!

Come along to this free event, featuring some performance extracts (time for this tba), and celebrate the beginning of this new adventure.

It's also an opportunity for companies and producers interested in bringing a show here to check out the space, facilities and chat to the theatre's managers.

RSVP

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The Phantom Of The Notre Dame (Rehearsed Reading)
Jan
12
5:30 pm17:30

The Phantom Of The Notre Dame (Rehearsed Reading)

A rehearsed reading of a new ghost musical by Michael Storey full of opera songs, romance, hauntings, humor and tragedy.

Running time: 2 hours (including 15 minute interval)

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Performers: Michael Storey, Maria Niarchou, Alasdair Graham, Amanda Sarco, Joanna Bodo, Daryl Bestford, Michael McClare, Maximilian L'Olive, Yasser Kayani, Tara Belle, James Pimenta, Marlon-Oliver Harris, Sonja, Jamall Nasir.

Opera singer: Zoe Turner

Please note, this is a preview event before our official launch on 19th January, when the finished performance space will be unveiled.

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A Tale Of Two Roses (Rehearsed Reading)
Jan
12
2:00 pm14:00

A Tale Of Two Roses (Rehearsed Reading)

Rehearsed reading of a new play by Michael Storey, written in the style of elizabethan poetry, with vibrant dialogue, includes Knights, ladies and kings, romance, humor, war and tragedy.

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (including 15 minute interval)

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Performers: Michael Storey, Maria Niarchou, Robin Ar, Alasdair Graham, Andy Mihalache, Amanda Sarco, Joanna Bodo, Charlotte Reidie, Daryl Bestford, Michael McClare, Maximilian L'Olive, Ness Corradi, Tobias Lewis, Yasser Kayani.

Please note, this is a preview event before our official launch on 19th January, when the finished performance space will be unveiled.

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Chapel Comedy Club Kings X: Lloyd Griffith (UK Tour Preview) & Tom Rosenthal (Work in Progress/Extended Set) - MC Sion James
Jan
10
8:00 pm20:00

Chapel Comedy Club Kings X: Lloyd Griffith (UK Tour Preview) & Tom Rosenthal (Work in Progress/Extended Set) - MC Sion James

Welcome to the brand new Chapel Comedy Club Kings X, aiming to bring you the best value World Class, Award Winning Comedy with Big Name TV Stars, Circuit Favourites & Special Guests, Edinburgh Previews in a friendly cosy atmosphere!

Doors 7.30pm. Show 8.00pm to 10.45pm (two x 60 min sets with interval)  

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Lloyd Griffith ( UK Tour Preview)

Lloyd is a comedian, a professional choirboy and Co-host of Soccer AM on Sky Sports every Saturday morning. Fresh from supporting Jack Whitehall and Rob Beckett on their sold-out UK tours and is warming up for his own 2019 UK Tour. Star of BBC's Taxi to Training,  Comedy Central's Drunk History and Comedy Central Live at The Comedy Store (Comedy Central) 

'Disarmingly good' (Times). 'Jaw-dropping' (Evening Standard).

'Inherently funny: voice of an angel' body of a trucker... very neat lines in his comic repertoire' (Chortle.co.uk)

More info at: lloydgriffith.com

Tom Rosenthal (Work in Progress/Extended Set)

Award-winning comedian .Star of Channel 4's Friday Night Dinner,  ITV's Plebs, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Dave's One Night Stand. 'A clever comic who's never afraid to look cocksure in the name of humour' (The Guardian) '... talented upcoming star' (Time Out).  More info at tomrosenthal.net 

MC Sion James

"Utterly charming ... Lovable giant' Time Out London

www.claphamcomedyclub.co.uk

Advanced online tickets £8.50 (including booking fees) OR £10 Cash on the Door.

Discount for Group Booking of 6 or more and free ticket for the group organiser. Please contact jessjam5@hotmail.com or text 07734 805817 to discuss group bookings. 

Please note, this is a preview event before our official launch on 19th January, when the finished performance space will be unveiled.

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You Are Being Unreasonable - Live Podcast
Dec
13
7:30 pm19:30

You Are Being Unreasonable - Live Podcast

Join the team of the hugely topical "You Are Being Unreasonable" podcast for the recording of their first live episode!

A podcast about people on the internet being wildly unreasonable.

Who can't relate to that!

More info & previous podcasts: https://anchor.fm/yabu

Tickets are only £3! Buy Here: https://events.time.ly/aart0an/20679541/tickets

Please note, this is a preview event before our official launch on 19th January, when the finished performance space will be unveiled.

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