Theatre, Drinks and Networking
Meetup 13th July 2013
at the Chelsea Theatre Off Kings Road
1st Meetup - 2pm
2nd Meetup - 7pm
6437Homeless people slept on the streets of London last night*
*Source Evening Standard June 2013 – Research by Broadway Homelessness[masked]
Louis B Presents
A play by Charles Wiseman
In association with Concept 139 Productions Ltd and the London peace through community award
Performed by Morpheus Under Ground SATURDAY 13TH JULY 2013
Running time approx. 1hr 30 min
Matinee show commences at 2.30pm
Evening show commences at 7.30pm
£10 per ticket - Book Now
An innovative play raising awareness of issues surrounding displacement and dispossession in a fragmented society.
We follow the characters through their comical and satirical journey as they try to place themselves within society while living within the confines of a reality TV show house. Winning the house would change their lives… or will they be forced to leave before it’s all over, and are the storms outside bringing change or devastation?
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This company has hired Chelsea Theatre’s auditorium to help support Chelsea Theatre’s community and education projects.
Created by Charles Wiseman.
Written by Charles Wiseman & Laura Hymers.
Directed by Laura Hymers.
Art Direction by Claire Curtis.
Produced by Louis B via Concept 139 Productions Ltd.
Special thanks to Timothy West CBE (President of LAMDA), Isis Olivier (Granddaughter of Sir Laurence Olivier and Kate Smurthwaite BBC Comedian.
Artwork ©2013 Isis Olivier
©2013 Concept 139 Productions Ltd.
This meet-up is to meet and watch the play at either showing 2.30pm and 7.30pm which will be followed by a talk from Astell Foundation and a networking drinks afterwards.
I have produced a play to help raise awareness and funds for homeless women, for the local homeless charity the Astell foundation that helps to feed the homeless in London.
Part of the play was shot in a film shoot at the Comedy Pub Leicester Square a few weeks ago and will form part of the play. Astell are supported by various partners ranging from Fender, Pret a Manger, Coldplay and the Stereophonics. See attached for the flyer for the performance details with artwork kindly supplied by Sir Laurence Olivier’s granddaughter Isis Olivier.
Chelsea Theatre Page for booking tickets - you need to book tickets for this event yourself at the box office or via the link below. Proceeds go to the charity.
I do hope that you and your friends can attend. We will follow witha presentation by the charity to find further volunteers to help donate their time/minds to help further some of the charity’s key projects. The night will be hosted by the Philanthropy club.
Ticket proceeds and any funds raised on the evening will go to the charity.
Hope to see you there on the night. Please forward to your friends and colleagues via social media.
Any questions do let me know. Promises to be a fantastic evening and we expect many film and theatre dignitaries, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, producers and directors, city professionals and members of the press covering this event.