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May
24
Fri
Edinburgh Preview Double Bill: Tom Toal & Josh James @ Arden Theatre
May 24 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Join comedians Tom Toal and Josh James as they preview their Edinburgh Fringe shows.

TOM TOAL in MEDIOCRE BOY
One of the brains behind the After All This Time Always Podcast previews his brand new show in which TT asks some tough questions of himself and his place in the comedy industry and the world itself.

Sounds a bit heavy to me… he will have some jokes as well… well thank Christ for that.

“A delightful hour of precious personal stuff” Scotland on Sunday

“Resplendent with fine gags and a pleasing storytelling rhythm” Scotsman

“Tom Toal captivates his audience with a unique brand of narrative comedy, that is as delightful to listen to as it is superbly funny.” Punchline Recommends

JOSH JAMES: JAMESY
A work in progress show from one of the UK comedy circuit’s most promising up-and-coming comedians. Josh James unapologetically calls it like he sees it as he reflects on his upbringing in Essex amongst a reality TV-loving generation, who are hell-bent on money and power, whilst covering deeper topics such as masculinity, youth culture, and what it means to be successful, during this hilarious and uncensored 45 minutes of stand-up comedy.

May
25
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
May 25 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jun
1
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jun 1 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jun
8
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jun 8 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jun
15
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jun 15 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jun
22
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jun 22 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jun
29
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jun 29 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jul
6
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jul 6 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.

Jul
12
Fri
Edinburgh Preview Double Bill: Si Deaves & Adam Morrison-Jones @ Arden Theatre
Jul 12 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Join comedians Si Deaves and Adam Morrison-Jones as they preview their Edinburgh Fringe shows.

SI DEAVES: SI’S MATTERS
Nuclear annihilation!! Brexit?! Rabies? There are so many issues in the world today, yet Si Deaves still finds time to worry about the little things, in his own unique way. Join Si’s world as he tackles fears of inadequacy, cranial notoriety, self-help and much more in his official debut stand-up hour, Si’s Matters.

ADAM MORRISON-JONES: ENTERTAINER
Adam Morrison Jones started his adventures in entertainment in UK holiday parks at the end of the great British holiday. Take a journey with him as he relives the moment and shares the story with you .

Adam Morrison Jones is comedian from Dover (Hell fire corner). He has been performing for over 10 years doing everything from bingo halls to rock concerts. He has just finished a run of his “stuff” which was performed at Edinburgh, Brighton, Hastings, and Faversham.

Awards:
Deal radio best new Act 2016
Giggle Ents Best comedian 2017

Quotes:
“I really love this act” – Steven Mullhern
“A rock ‘n’ roll Peter Kay” – Deal Radio
“He is going do big things” – Euphoria

Jul
13
Sat
Make a Scene! playwriting course @ Faversham
Jul 13 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Always wanted to write a play? Then you might be interested to hear that we have secured funding for a community writing project to give Faversham the chance to ‘Make a Scene!’.

With the support of an experienced playwright and director, you will have the opportunity to develop a short scene for performance at Faversham Fringe in August 2019.

The theme and inspiration for the scenes will be The Skate Boys of Faversham Town by Geoff Sandiford which tells the story of how in 1930 a team of five men, all of whom were from Faversham, won the Roller Hockey Nations Cup – equivalent to the modern World Cup.

No qualifications or experience required, just enthusiasm!

The course fee is £50 with concessions available to those in receipt of benefits. Course places are strictly limited, so don’t delay.

To book your place, please fill out the application form. If you have any questions, please email us.