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Members Jack O'Connor & Mark Shaer in an evening with George Bernard Shaw

'Village Wooing' & 'Augustus Does His Bit'

30 May, 1st, 6th & 8th June - 8pm - £8.00 (£6.00 conc)

Acton Community Theatre, West London Trade Club, 33 - 35 Acton High St, W3 6ND - 020 8992 4557.

Nora Connolly's material in relation to an all women production of WAITING FOR GODOT in 1991 in Galway & Dublin has now been included in the Beckett Project & is in exhibition at Reading University & can be accessed on their on line data base.She will be presenting a talk about this on May 8th at a Literary Festival in Gloucestershire. Also sharing a platform with Mark Nixon - the head of the International Beckett Foundation - doing readings & conducting a discussion about his work as the editor of an early work by Beckett – called Echo's Bones. For further information.  

Pia de Keyser (Branch Committee member) inElectric Dreams – Tuesday 5th – Saturday 9th May – 7.30pm – Camden People’s Theatre.

Electric Dreams is the new show by critically acclaimed company Dumbshow, inspired by Naomi Klein’s incendiary book The Shock Doctrine. Part of The State We're In : three weeks of political work at Camden People's Theatre leading up to the General Election.

Dumbshow will be hosting a post-show discussion on Wed 6 May - the night before the General Election.

 Valerie Doulton directing The Shoemaker’s Wonderful Wife by Federico Garcia Lorca, translation by Jesus Montero. A fully staged rehearsed reading performance, presented by The Live Literature Company in the main lecture theatre at The Victoria and Albert Museum at 2pm on Sunday 26th April. And the best bit is - it’s free. 

For more information Twitter: @LiveLitCo

 William Maxwell can be seen in an episode of Doctors (BBC 1) on 22nd April 1:45-2:45pm. He plays Bert Sutcliffe

Lorraine Malby was in an episode of Inside No.9. - The Trial of Elizabeth Gadge on 9th April  playing Goody Two-Shoes. Can been seen on BBC IPlayer or YouTube.