theatre, film & tv past and present 2001-2008 & 2013…
“You can always tell a dictator by his roots. They all dye their hair that dodgy soot black. The minute they do, they should be frog marched off and lynched in the public square. That simple pre-emptive action would save several genocides!”
Featuring original films from MASASIT MATI
What the Press has said before about Kay Adshead:“A poetic mortar bomb… emotionally explosive…” – The Financial Times on Thatcherwrite 2013“Words in Adshead’s hands are bullets…” – The Independent on The Bogus Woman About Mama Quilla:
“Mama Quilla excels at taking personal experiences and transposing them to a beautiful if at times uncomfortable form of art, they quite literally provide platforms for those seldom heard, and are sure to go from strength to strength as word spreads” – the Public Reviews 2014
FEBRUARY 4th–28th, 2015
24 ASHWIN STREET
LONDON E8 3DL
Monday – Saturday evenings at 8pm
£17 / £12 concessions
Saturday matinees at 3:30pm February 14th – £14 / £12 concessions February 21st, February 28th – £17 / £12 concessions Opening performances (February 4th–7th) – all tickets £12. Pay What You Can Tuesdays (tickets in person from 6 pm – limited and subject to availability)
Food & Wine
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Helping Improve Lives
Vintage Inspired Paper Crafts & Digital Design
A journey through life in Southwest France
Historical Fiction with a French Flavour
Living life in the in-between with a slightly visible disability
Writer. Poet. ELearning Instructor & Narrative Designer: Researching Fandom Through Literature, Folklore, Game Studies, Pop Culture & Visual Media.
Daily Reflections from My Home and Garden
The Power of Story
Unlocking the Door to Your Past
Not just a blog, a philosophy
by Jack Monroe, bestselling author of 'A Girl Called Jack'
Realist, writer, reader, reviewer and rocker.
The Real England is a concise, direct, and not-so-gentle window into the depths of the leftovers of the world’s once greatest empire. It is told from the perspective of one lone (or not so lone) long term visitor. It informs one of the dregs of the country and helps to explain quaint British oddities such as the crack addicted chav.
Artists, Writers and Visionaries Blog on the Unique and Ordinary
Collected works and other excuses from a textile obssessive
has random thoughts
Airborne, Seadwellers and Landlubbers Lives
Working with dead people
Writing - Loving What I Do and Doing What I Love!
the darker side to sedge808
Photographs, music and writing about daily life. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Intuitive from New Zealand
Family Saga Fiction by Adrienne Morris
Burgers, Books, Music, Movies, Offbeat Adventures & Pop Culture!
theatre, film & tv past and present 2001-2008 & 2013...
Candid cultural comments from the Isles of Wonder
Horror, Science Fiction, Comic Books and More
Traveling the World Through Others
A trip through life with fingers crossed and eternal optimism.
Art, Literature, Poetry, Politics and a little History
Travel and Wildlife Adventures
Writer & Author
it's all about the story, possums...
Observations of the illusion through the eyes of wonder...
Adventures in Watercolor Painting and Sketching, Watercolour Magazine, with Charlie O'Shields
Poetry, Other Words, and Cats
The Bridge between two countries
A lifestyle blog with a little bit of everything.
A personal exploration of autism from a brother’s perspective, including family relationships, philosophy, neuroscience, mental health history and ethics
Entertainment, travel and lifestyle blog
Founder of the Three Things Method of Storytelling