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The Boss – Straight talk on birds and booze

Enter our chief protagonist. Lee is a horrible excuse for a man, who constantly tries to drown out the worst anniversary of his life with an endless stream of booze, drugs and exotic dancers. When the drugs don’t work, he’s not scared to use his fists. He can’t handle emotions. …

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Calling hungry ACTORS…only four roles left !!!

Let POETS Day,  a brand new play, help you ascend to the top of the acting food chain. Please SHARE these character, production and audition details on Facebook ! 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, white, tough stripper (no nudity) BORG …

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Radio DJ Neil funks PD’s groove

Jazz funk radio broadcaster and actor Neil Felix has brought his soul to the POETS Day (PD) party! Neil read the script, loved it and decided to return to stage as Ladislav, the amiable Croatian labourer, showing in late August at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham. His On stage merits include playing leads in …

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Celebrate POETS Day – Across the Globe!

While POETS Day by Mark Brookes will begin earning money for charity on 31st August at the Compass Theatre in Ickenham – UNESCO also has a Poets Day of its own. This international celebration of the written and spoken word started in 1999 and will be celebrated on Monday 21st …

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