Sebastian returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with his new spoken word solo show Some Sonnets and a Bit of Bach, performing at The Ivy, Greenside Infirmary Street, from Monday 14 to Saturday 26 August, at 11:30 AM (except Sunday 20th):
What do Shakespeare and JS Bach have in common? Sebastian Michael, author of The Sonneteer and SONNETCAST podcaster, is trying to find out, bringing you glorious poetry and connecting it—somewhat adventurously—to a fugue…
Full details and tickets here.
An online Zoom Table Read by the New Works Playhouse of this new play that is becoming ever more urgent as the boundaries between us as human beings and digital entities get ever more blurred:
Four people (five, really, but TomTom ‘doesn’t count’) lock themselves away deep inside a mountain behind a double lock of their own design to conduct a social experiment and — more importantly — to remove themselves from the all-penetrating reach of The Corporation and to develop a code that will render that reach ineffective and therefore restore them to freedom of some kind in the network. When things go wrong, they have two options only: either all of them die together, or two of them sacrifice themselves for the others and for the code. To decide which two, they play Jass...
Prim: Tiggy Bayley
Melody: Marcus J Foreman
Xavier: Petri Stefanescu
Ewan: Alex Granville
TomTom: Amy Leis
The Voice of the Corporation: Tiers One, Two, and Four: Eleanor Healing
SATURDAY 15 MAY 1PM BST
PAY WHAT YOU CAN FROM £1
DETAILS & TICKETS HERE
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Banner image: Lewis Goody as Gus in Top Story at The Old Vic Tunnels, 2013
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