Celebrating 50 Years in 2018
| Every Sunday at 8.00pm|
Moon At Night
Music ♦ Poetry ♦ Comedy ♦ Open Mic
|Friday, 23rd February 2018 at 8.00pm|
Saturday, 24th February 2018 at 8.00pm
Sunday, 25th February 2018 at 5.00pm
Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
by up-and-coming writer, Emma Park
Directed by Harry Meacher
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews
Emma Park is a writer and teacher. Boat People is her first play. It is inspired by a true story, and also draws on her experience working as a pupil barrister in shipping law. Read more...
Boat People website
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(26 February 1913 - 27 October 1991)
George Granville Barker was raised by his Irish mother and English father in Battersea, London. He left school at 14 and pursued several odd jobs before settling on a career in writing.
His first publications, the novel Alanna Autumnal and Thirty Preliminary Poems appeared in 1933. He taught English literature in Japan, the United States, and England from 1939 to 1974.
Two of his important long poems are Calamiterror (1937), which was inspired by the Spanish Civil War, and The True Confession of George Barker (1950). Barker’s Collected Poems was published in 1987.
|Jehane Markham is poet in residence at Camden New Journal. She co-wrote a tribute album to the actor Roger Lloyd Pack, Sixteen Sunsets, which was launched at Map Studio Cafe, Kentish Town, in 2015.|
London-born Donald Gardner is a poet and translator who has lived much of his life abroad. Currently he divides his time between Amsterdam and Kildare, Ireland. His first poem was published in The Paris Review in 1963.
Mary O’Donnell is the author of fourteen books, both poetry and fiction, including her most recent critically acclaimed seventh collection, Those April Fevers, Arc 2015. Her essays on contemporary literary issues are widely published.