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#1 Swimmingnaked

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Posted 26 March 2009 - 09:01 PM



    

    
biggrin.gif First  Charles Ponzi, then Bernie Madoff - now there's ….. Paul Stone! biggrin.gif
    
Swimming Naked!
    

        
A new play by  Alice Josephs        Directed by Catherine Arden
    
'It's only when the tide goes out that  you discover who's been swimming naked.'
    
Warren Buffett,  billionaire investor
        
A FARCE  FOR OUR FINANCIAL TIMES!
    
with Catherine Potter, Maggie Robson and Mark Shaer

We expose one  fraught day in the life of Paul Stone as all his best-laid plans
    
are laid low  by two women  …
    
    
Our audience  of investors need only £5 to buy in to this exclusive fund
    
with huge  returns of laughter.
    
    
Tuesday  March 31 – Saturday April 4   2009
    

    
Where are we  based? Not the Cayman Islands or the Isle of Man  but our own haven at  
    
        
Baron's  Court Theatre  28a Comeragh    Road, London  W14 9HR
        
Make an  appointment through our box office feeder fund for 8 pm.
        
Telephone  020 8932 4747

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#2 meerkat

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 06:25 PM

Sorry  what do they mean about investing in it instead of just buying tickets?  I see it is one of 3 plays- Three plays singular and if you go to all three one after the other it costs £12.

I am fairly new to Fringe shows- am undecided about going to one or more of these. Anyone have any thoughts about them? From the blurb on the WOS advert on this site the one about theatrical dreams sounds more up my street- Being in Love with Alice.

Anyone know any more details? Know the cast?
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Posted 29 March 2009 - 08:23 AM

The casts of all three plays are superb (it's true even though I may be biassed! wink.gif ). You can see the Three Plays Singular webpage on Facebook and at Remote Goat, as well as individual pages for Swimming Naked! and Being in Love With Alice. Whatever takes your fancy!




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