Coming Up at Barons Court Theatre

Offering storytelling, ice cave magic and trolls

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Barons Court Theatre is offering a mixture of storytelling, magic. Here's the schedule:

"The Natural History of Trolls"

Three stories covering 150 years of history, two Queens, orange penguins and the fairy kingdom. Midst this is the story of an ordinary commute gone wrong, when a troll-like tramp on the Underground turns out to REALLY be a Troll.

PERFORMANCES: Tuesdays – Saturdays at 7.30 p.m, Sundays at 7 p.m.

Tickets, £12, £10 concessions

Saturdays until January 7 at 3pm, plus additional shows in the weeks before and after Christmas

Presented by Richard Leigh, The Ice Cave Magic Cavern Show is a new magic show for the whole family set in an imaginary magical cave of ice. Wonderful visual magic in this intimate and atmospheric theatre of magic and illusion. Suitable for the whole family.

Wherever you sit you are only a few feet away from the magic!

Water magically turns to Ice on command!

See the Lady Cut Into Three Illusion – and then see her float!

Tickets £8 to £12, £10 concessions

Barons Court Theatre is at the Curtains Up at 28a Comeragh Road, London W14.

To buy tickets, contact the box office on 0208 932 4747 or email stating performance date and number of tickets required.

CP Theatre is also calling on all budding playwrights to get creepily creative. In May 2012 the company will be staging 2 pieces of New Writing at the Barons Court Theatre, so if you have ever fancied seeing your work on stage, now is your opportunity.

The theme for the season is Goths, Ghosts and Ghouls so your play must have a ghostly, spooky element, but CP Theatre say what that is exactly is entirely up to you.

The play must be no longer than 45 minutes, must include a cast of at least 4 actors and must be an original piece never before performed in the UK. Most importantly it must fit into the Barons Court playing space of 14'x11' e.g. anything that begins with a panoramic view of the Serengeti is unlikely to be considered!

Plays must be submitted by Saturday December 31 to Artistic Director Andrew Cleaver at Contact Andrew on the same email if you require any further information.


November 30, 2011