Celebrating 50 Years
What's On:

 Every Sunday at 8.00pm

Moon At Night

Music ♦ Poetry ♦ Comedy ♦ Open Mic

Tickets: £5.00


Saturday, 22nd September 2018 from 19:30-21:00
Ridiculous Live & Relatively Unplugged
Tickets: £10.00
Jon, Bast, Erran and Pete are going to try out four new numbers and perform all your favourite Ridiculous songs.

Sunday, 23rd September 2018 at 5.00pm

A Séance with Kurt Schwitters

Written & performed by Paul Brightwell

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00

Refusing to let the minor inconvenience of being dead inhibit his boundless energy and creativity,
the legendary German painter, sculptor,
printmaker, typographer, designer,
performer, writer and poet

KURT SCHWITTERS (1887-1948),
has hijacked the mind & body
of British actor
in order to re-present
his one-man art movement,
live on stage.


 Monday, 8th October 2018 at 8.00pm

Enjoy another authentic evening
with Paul Rose

Tickets: £8.00 / Concessions: £5.00

Paul is fundamentally a rock guitarist and his extraordinary playing style touches on blues, country, jazz and folk, blended together into a style that is entirely his own.

Paul has played in the New York area with US versions of the Paul Rose Trio, featuring Richie Morales (Spyra Gyra, Al Demeola, The Brecker Brothers) and Mark Egan (Pat Metheny Group, David Sandborn, Gil Evans). With a weekly residency at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village and gigs at the Iridium and B.B. Kings.

"A very hot player..." Rory Gallagher
"Paul Blew my mind and I'm proud to know him..." Seymour Duncan
"Quite possibly the best guitarist I've ever heard..." British Blues News
"Ingenious and staggering..." Guitar & Bass Magazine
"Truly Special, Exceptional..." Guitar Techniques magazine
"A great player with great ideas..." Uli Jon Roth


Friday, 12th October 2018 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 13th October 2018 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 14th October 2018 at 5.00pm

Friday, 19th October 2018 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 20th October 2018 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 21st October 2018 at 5.00pm

A Glimpse Of The Domesticity Of Franklin Barnabas


presents the British premiere of an unperformed play by Bernard Shaw

Directed by Michael Friend
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
Written in the early 1920s and intended to be part of Back to Methuselah but
never performed.

The play contains a witty portrait of Shaw’s great friend, G.K. Chesterton and takes
a comic look at unfaithful husbands and the women who pursue them.


Friday, 26th October 2018 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 27th October 2018 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 28th October 2018 at 5.00pm

Warhol: Bullet Karma

Written and performed by Garry Roost
Directed by Kenneth Hadley

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00

"Don't think about making art, just get it done."
                                                          Andy Warhol (1928-1987)

After a successful premiere at Sweet Venues Edinburgh Festival 2018, Garry returns for another three-day run with his darkly witty take on the American icon of pop art.

The play looks at Warhol's early life and his obsessive determination to "become famous". Warhol was obsessively self-conscious so much so he found it impossible to have meaningful physical sexual intimacy. His father left him a contribution toward his education to go to college.

This Warhol excelled at and was recognised by his tutor to be "the most gifted and talented student I've ever seen." Andy eventually moved to New York and got his dream job as a commercial artist. The factory came later along with the extraordinary explosion of ideas and concepts that would shake the pop art world. This did not come easily, and Roost unfolds the story, the lives and tragic losses of those who lived and died in the factory.

"… a very talented solo performer. He lays a very real Warhol out before us warts and all never sugaring the pill." - Pip Utton

"Brilliant performance." - Broadway Baby

"...a totally convincing Warhol." - Philip Wyn Jones - Chapter Performance


Tuesday, 13th November 2018 - Sunday, 2nd December 2018

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm
Sundays at 5.00pm

(no shows Mondays)

Midnight In Manhattan

To be free is to have achieved your life.” - Tennessee Williams

Three one-act plays by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Séamus Newham
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00

For Pentameters' seventh annual Tennessee Williams' programme, Williams shifts his dramas from the Deep South to the Big Apple, in three plays exploring the marital problems of couples who have grown apart.

Every Twenty Minutes (1938): the wayward husband who boasts his predilection for other women to his wife!

The Pink Bedroom (1943): the mistress, tired of being the kept woman, wants something more than a long-term arrangement.

The Fat Man’s Wife (1938): should the betrayed wife of a womanising show-biz producer stay with him, or run away with a younger man who is completely captivated by her?