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The boy’s gonna get high!!

Teen actor Archie Brookes played the distraught inner child, of our main protagonist Lee, with breath-taking energy throughout last year’s performances of POETS Day. Here he is stealing a high from Lee’s excess use of cocaine. Visit poetsday.org.uk for further details or tslbooks.uk/drama to obtain a script.

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Boy relives nightmare (video)

Last year actor Archie Brookes played Boy Lee in the acclaimed stage drama POETS Day. Here is Archie’s first monologue, setting the tone for a thought provoking piece of live theatre. Visit poetsday.org.uk for further details or tslbooks.uk/drama to obtain a script.  

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Radio Harrow’s POETS Day podcasts available!

Listen to Ben Felton’s Friday drive time interview with POETS Day’s author Mark Brookes and Anne Samson from TSL Publishers. Click on these links below to hear the full fun packed interview with news of Mark’s next two plays in this trilogy; radioharrowpod1   and   radioharrowpod2 You can access more info through …

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POETS DAY FRIDAY RADIO COMPETITION

Join us at Radio Harrow this Friday from 5pm for a chance to win a signed copy of POETS Day. Our host Ben Felton will be discussing POETS Day, a year on from our first interview, with publisher Anne Samson of tslbooks.uk  and reviewing other works. Listen in for the painfully easy …

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POETS Day hits the big screen!

After eight months, since the premier show, the POETS Day cast and crew were reunited at a private London screening of their stage performances. The exclusive studio guest list included the proprietors of TSL Publications, Co-Founder of the Kilburn Literary Festival Maria Brennan, and Radio Harrow Friday drive-time DJ Ben Felton. After party beverages and conversation flowed with equal …

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Special interview with Tony Jazz

Log onto   soulradiouk.com  this Saturday 10am as Tony Jazz discusses POETS Day’s successful week with author Mark Brookes and actor Archie Brookes. Playing tonight & Saturday night at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham, POETS Day is a cautionary, often hilarious, tale written by a real builder for his teenage son. Its stark drug …

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Bully loses control.

In a Harrow back street pub a drunk attacks a woman. This is one of the serious issues confronted in POETS Day showing at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham, tonight and Saturday night. POETS Day is a cautionary tale, written by a builder for his teenage Son, that deals with denial, alcohol …

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Mayoral unity for POETS Day charity

We are proud to announce that attending last night’s opening of POETS Day were The Worshipful Mayors of Harrow, and Hillingdon, and Cllr Krishna Suresh. Showing cross borough support for local arts and children’s charity Barnardo’s, they all thoroughly enjoyed the fun packed adult show and appreciated it’s gritty warning regarding alcohol and drug awareness which …

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Show’s popularity creates extra seats!

In the opening week of POETS Day our box office has been selling £12 seats at an unprecedented rate. So much that we are now opening a new block of tickets. Opening TODAY at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham, POETS Day is a cautionary, often hilarious, tale written by a real builder for his teenage son. …

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