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Shirley the Barmaid ponders about men

Always tending bar but she’d rather be treated tender. Unfortunately, the men Shirley  serves are already spoken for. Stuck working in Harrow’s Rising Moon pub lovelorn Shirley is almost ready to bend her morals to find Mr. Right…what could go wrong? Shirley is our busiest character in POETS Day as she pours pints, clears glasses and wipes up …

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ACTOR CALL FOR NEW PLAY

POETS Day are inviting actors for audition….Please ‘LIKE & SHARE’ this post as rehearsals start 3rd May, all details below, thanks Mark. Please SHARE these character, production and audition details on Facebook or Email. BEN (116 lines);   an early twenties Hispanic lad DESI (7 lines);   Michael’s black son in his late teens 2ND STRIPPER (12 lines);   a large, …

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AUDITION CALL FOR ACTORS! (please ‘like & share’)

The Endeavour Players are now recruiting talented amateur actors for POETS Day,  ( http://poetsday.org.uk/ ). We have seven outstanding characters open; MICHAEL (309 lines);    a strong, intelligent, middle-aged black builder (integral role) BEN (116 lines);   an early twenties Hispanic lad DESI (7 lines);   Michael’s black son in his late teens COLE (55 lines);     a ‘bar fly’,  white Irishman, seventy …

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AN OLD HEAD ON NEW SHOULDERS

Presenting ARCHIE BROOKES. One of the most astute child actors in theatre today. Here’s Archie, on set, working through the delivery of a POETS Day monologue. Already a seasoned actor he has appeared in Judgement Day (nazi child) , The Tempest (sprite), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (puck), Alice in Wonderland (dormouse) and …

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Shirley the Barmaid

POETS Day is based inside a typical British Pub set in 2008. This is Shirley the barmaid. Shirley is really good at pulling pints, but cannot pull the guys. Her character is brought to life by the charasmatic and engaging Denise Bone, who originally played Carole in Grange Hill. POETS …

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