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Jul
13
Sat
The (LGBTQ+) Agenda @ ‘The Third Place’
Jul 13 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

I would like to invite you to Power In Discussion’s upcoming event; The (LGBTQ+) Agenda on Saturday 13th July 2019 at The Third Place, Bedford .

This time around we have chosen to create a safe and inclusive space for conversation which centres the LGBTQ+ community of Bedfordshire, and further afield.

We will be hosting two panel discussions; a conversation which explores the importance of LGBTQ+ community particularly within Bedfordshire, and also an opportunity to talk about the pressures faced by the LGBTQ+ community to conform to society’s expectations. We like to keep it as chilled as possible and although held in a bar, the focus is on the conversation , networking and a celebration of Pride.

 (click to enlarge poster)

Aug
15
Thu
Non Binary Cabaret @ The Glory
Aug 15 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Rebirth! A celebration of the new chapters beginning in our lives.

Non Binary Cabaret is home to queer performance art and cabaret. Set in intimate venues across London, we invite you to get comfortable and learn a little lesson on how to celebrate and embrace gender, sexuality, and love. This is a sit down cabaret show full of organised surprises! On a Thursday Night with a bunch of great people and acts! Tonight we themed our show around Rebirth! A celebration of the new chapters beginning in our lives as individuals and as a collective of humans.

Come down to celebrate the life of Non Binary people in the cosy safe space that is The Glory Basement! This is living history and we will be sure to go down in the history books!

Be Present, Be Part, and Be Proud!
Curated and created by Wotever World

Show is approx 90 mins and include an interval

Access is down a flight of stairs

Non Binary Cabaret
Basement, The Glory
doors 19:30, show start 20:00

Tickets on the door £10, cash only.

Advance tickets £6 / £8

Sep
12
Thu
‘Bottom’ show @ Guildhall Gloucester
Sep 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Locked in his bathroom during a tragic third date, Willy Hudson asks: are you a top or a bottom?

Bottom is about bums, Beyoncé and burnt fish fingers. Join Willy for a queer coming-of-age remix, as he questions if ‘bottom’ in the bedroom means ‘bottom’ in life –and whether Beyoncé can help put his love on top.
★★★★  ‘Funny and brilliantly performed’ – The Wee Review

★★★★★  ‘Bottom should be celebrated by everyone’ – Get The Chance

Thursday 12 September | 7:30pm
Gloucester Guildhall
Tickets: £12/£7

More information can be found at  https://strikealight.org.uk/what-is-on/

Sep
13
Fri
‘A Haunted Existence’ show @ Blackfriars Priory
Sep 13 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Tom Marshman in a special performance blending creative technology, music and projection as he retraces the forgotten true story of a young local man who was arrested for gross indecency. In the early 1950s 17-year-old Geoffrey Patrick Williamson was on the Exeter to Bristol train when he approached a plain clothed railway officer. This pass lead to Williamson being arrested: on questioning, Williamson revealed the names of men he had had sex with, beginning a domino effect of 17 arrests, prison, aversion therapy and suicide.

A Haunted Existence highlights the turmoil, stigma and heartbreak of this experience by weaving together history and hearsay to tell the story of Britain’s very recent, shameful past.

 

Friday 13 September | 7:30pm
Blackfriars Priory
(as a part of Gloucester History Festival)

Tickets: £12/£7

 

More information can be found at  https://strikealight.org.uk/what-is-on/

Sep
29
Sun
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Sep 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
9
Wed
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
10
Thu
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
11
Fri
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
12
Sat
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
14
Mon
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
15
Tue
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
16
Wed
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
17
Thu
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
18
Fri
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
19
Sat
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
21
Mon
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
22
Tue
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 22 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
23
Wed
2019 Margate Film Festival
Oct 23 – Oct 27 all-day
2019 Margate Film Festival

Margate Film Festival returns this year with an ambitious, packed programme following its sell-out debut success last year.

The festival, running from October 23-27, showcases British and  international shorts and features, paired with experimental performance, talks and Q&As.

This year there will be 30 events and screenings across seven venues, five exhibitions, 900 tickets on offer and an expected 2,500 visitors.

The festival embraces a DIY-attitude and community driven programming, collaborating with a wide range of organisations and individuals to present a unique season of events.

Coinciding with the Turner Prize’s residency in Margate, the 2019 edition will explore themes around ‘Against The Tide’; focusing on communal heritage, cultural politics, censorship and migration.

A new local strand includes a programme of short films all shot on location around Margate and the surrounding towns in ‘The Unimagined’.

The opening night feature, ‘Above The Clouds’ by Leon Chambers, takes audiences on a heart-warming coming-of-age road trip from Margate to Scotland and there will be a free pop-up video archive, ‘The Margate Time Warp’, featuring films of Margate from 1925 – 2019.

Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
24
Thu
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
25
Fri
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
26
Sat
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
28
Mon
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
29
Tue
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
30
Wed
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 30 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Oct
31
Thu
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
1
Fri
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
2
Sat
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
4
Mon
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
5
Tue
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 5 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
6
Wed
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 6 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
7
Thu
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 7 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
8
Fri
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
9
Sat
Meet Me At Dawn – Arcola Theatre, Dalston, Hackney @ Arcola Theatre
Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award winning writer Zinnie Harris draws on the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in this gripping tale of devotion and loss.

“I was near to death but I got this incredible surge, this superhuman surge, and I swam. I swam.”

When a boat trip goes horribly wrong, Helen and her girlfriend Robyn find themselves stranded on an island in the middle of the sea. As the night draws in, it becomes clear that the island is not as it first appears. And neither are Helen and Robyn.

Meet Me At Dawn comes to London for the first time in a new production by Murat Daltaban, whose staging of Zinnie Harris’ Rhinoceros (after Ionesco) at the Edinburgh Lyceum won widespread acclaim in 2017.

Zinnie Harris’ plays include How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court), Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre / Tron Theatre) and This Restless House (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival / Citizens Theatre).

The play runs from 9 October – 9 November 2019, 7.30pm Monday-Saturday (plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm) at Arcola Theatre in Dalston, Hackney. The building and booking process is fully accessible and a relaxed performance is available on 2 November. The event is open to all – tickets start from £10 with additional Pay What You Can dates every Tuesday.

Nov
15
Fri
LGBT+ HM Launch event @ Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford
Nov 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm