Now let us laugh ...
Saturday, May 14th 2011, 7.30 pm
RealDeal Theatre will put on four new sitcoms in the heart
of a magnificent grade II-listed church,
St John's, Lansdowne Crescent, London W11 2NN
which will also host a bar for this event.
Our sitcoms will be:
- Mr Praze and Mr Beeble by Philip Whitmore directed by Matthew Gould. Enter the surreal parallel universe of chalk-and-cheese duo Mr Praze and Mr Beeble where weird adventures are the norm. With Sidney Kean, Matthew Leonard and Paul Thomas.
- In Transit by Alex Humphrey directed by Adam Morley. Job-seeking graduate Ben Roundtree finds himself sucked into the world of work-shy renegades at the library porters' service. With Ross Ericson, Charlotte Jo Hanbury, Sidney Kean, Mike Lash and Du'aine Samuels.
- Bad Pennies by Andrew Jones directed by Mike Sarne, assistant director Erica Miller. Lucy, William and Jack are Bad Pennies, forced to move back to live with their wildly successful Dad into that pit of eternal torment known as Home. With Kazeem Akinsanya, Simon Brandon, Paul Davidson, Brendan Gregory and Jennifer Healy.
- Powers Flowers by Fiona Keen and Andy Pandini directed by Genevieve Girling, assistant director Helen Donnelly. A former high-flying banker tries to adapt to a new life, running mother's flower shop. With Cathy Conneff, Ross Ericson, Matthew Leonard and Angharad Ormond.
Box Office 020 7727 4262 (10.00 am - 1.00 pm)
Box office will also open 30 minutes before the start of the event.
Only cash and cheque payments accepted on the door.
**SPECIAL 'FIVER FOR TEN' DISCOUNT OFFER**
A group of 10 adults can combine Sitcom Saturday (entry £5) in the evening
with the daytime May Fair 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm (entry £1) for only a fiver!
Offer (expires midday, May 13th) only available through
The May Fair, an annual event, transforms the church into a bustling indoor market, complete with traditional maypole!
Other attractions include bric-a-brac, vintage jewellery, book, toy and plant stalls,
a raffle, a dog show, fancy dress competition for the kids
(children under 16 have free entry),
face painting, a coconut shy, beat the goalie and other games,
a bouncy castle, a bbq, traditional English teas, Pimm's and beer served.
Put A Smile On Your Face With Sitcom Saturday @ Notting Hill Mayfest!