FESTIVAL '86 RESTAURANT— THEATRE — EXHIBITIONS
STUDIO THEATRE PRODUCTIONS I NEW YORK) present MOONCHILDREN by Michael Weller.
Mon 11—Sat 30 August (not Sundays) at
10.30am daily. Tickets: £3/E2 concessions.
BY JUPITER PRODUCTIONS (London Theatre School) present BROWN CRAYOLAS by Roger Litz ’Daddy says, if you wait long enough, they’ll go away.’ Mon 11—Sat 30 August (not Sundays) at 12.30pm daily. Tickets: £2.50/E1.50 concessions.
STUDIO THEATRE PRODUCTIONS (NEW YORK) present PLAYING FOR TIME by Arthur Miller UK premiere ofa powerful drama by one of the world’s foremost playwrights. Mon 1 1—Sat 30 Aug (not Sundays) at 2.30pm daily.
Tickets: £3/£2 concessions.
OUIET THEATRE presents THAT TlME/CATASTROPHE by Samuel Beckett. Revived from the sellout ’Beckett at 80’ festival. 11th, 13th,15th, 18th, 20th, 22nd, 25th, 27th, 29th August at 5.20pm daily. Tickets: £2.50/£2 concessions.
QUIET THEATRE presents ALL WOMEN AND QUITE A FEW MEN ARE RIGHT by Roger Poole. Essential, existential Kierkegaard. 12th,14th,16th, 19th, 21st, 23rd, 26th, 28th, 30th August at 5.20pm daily. Tickets: £2.50/E2 concessions.
STUDIO THEATRE PRODUCTION (NEW YORK) present NIGHT MOTHER by Marsha Norman, Pulitzer Prize (Drama) winner. ’An
unblinking look at human extremity’ Newsweek. Fri 8—Sat 30 August (not Sundays) at 8pm daily. Tickets: £3/£2 concessions.
THEATRE MAUBEL (Paris) presents SURRENDER DOROTHY by Surrender Dorothy. ’Gidget went to the orphanage, got pregnant, smoked, drank and got adopted. Why didn’t we?’ Mon 1 1—Sat 30 August (not Sundays) at 1 1 pm daily. Tickets: £2.50/E2 concessions.
will be open
during the Festival from early morning until late at night—Why notjoin us for breakfast? Putyourfeet
up with the morning papers and enjoy ourfresh coffee and croissants—Visit all ofourfree Festival exhibitions and encounterthe fearsome Long John Silverfrom RALPH STEADMAN’S original illustrations of TREASURE ISLAND by
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (Part of’RLS '86').
Barbecue nightly ln open alr courtyard — weather permlttlng
10 The List 8— 21 August