Celebrating 50 Years in 2018
What's On:



 Every Sunday at 8.00pm

Moon At Night

Music ♦ Poetry ♦ Comedy ♦ Open Mic

Tickets: £5.00






 


 

 

Warhol: Bullet Karma

Written and performed by Garry Roost
Directed by Kenneth Hadley


Friday, 20th July 2018 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 21st July 2018 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 22nd July 2018 at 5.00pm

"Don't think about making art, just get it done."
                                                     Andy Warhol (1928-1987)
                                
A new solo play that will premiere at Sweet Venues Edinburgh Festival 2018.

Garry has been working on this exciting new piece for a few years now.
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 darkly witty take on the American icon of pop art.

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00


 


**Returning due to popular demand**


 


 


















 

The Art Of Charlie Chan Hock Chye

A new theatrical adaptation of the New York Times’ bestselling graphic novel


Directed by Jasmine Teo
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews


Thursday, 9th August 2018 at 8.00 pm (National Day performance)
Friday, 10th August 2018 at 8.00pm
Saturday, 11th August 2018 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 12th August 2018 at 5.00pm


Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00

Singapore’s most controversial graphic novel makes its debut at Pentameters Theatre! The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye follows the life and career of Charlie Chan, Singapore’s greatest comic artist, during the most tumultuous political era of Singapore’s history.

As Charlie’s cartoons develop a voice of their own, his own life begins to resemble that of a certain exiled political rival of the regime.

2018 marks a hundred years since Singapore was established as a British colony by Sir Stamford Raffles. Singapore is the only country to have gained independence against its will, having been kicked out of the Malaysian Federation on August 9th, 1965.


Another milestone for Singapore was as host to the most political event of recent years… the historic Trump-Kim summit.