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Re: [londonbi] Bison (a play) at the Oval House Theatre

From: user 9.
Sent on: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 6:37 AM
Hi all

if anyone is interested St Osephs nr clacton essex has a naturist beach. It can only be reached by a 10-20 min walk on a rough track but it is unregulated and anything goes on there. I hope to visit one day next week


regards

Steve
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>From: jay marcham [[address removed]]
>Sent: 6/22/2010 9:02:07 PM
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [londonbi] Bison (a play) at the Oval House Theatre
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>I suppose the title is a pun- bi(sexual) son
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>--- On Tue, 22/6/10, John G <[address removed]> wrote:
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>From: John G <[address removed]>
>Subject: [londonbi] Bison (a play) at the Oval House Theatre
>To: [address removed]
>Date: Tuesday, 22 June, 2010, 1:02
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>This meetup idea from Jim had a lot of interest so I'm setting it up. Come see
>this play about gay relationships, at the amazing Oval House Theatre (nearest
>tube: Oval, on the Northern line zone 2 south of the city just below
>Kennington). Our most cultural meetup yet! Isn't this a fabulous idea?! :-)
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>Presented by Northern Ireland's first publicly funded gay theatre company, it
>takes an uncompromising look at the dark underbelly of the real lives of 4 of
>today's gay men, vanquishing familiar stereotypes. The subjects of virtual
>identity, monogamy, bareback sex, and ageism are explored. It has been called
>visceral, and at times shocking. For more info on the play, see:
>ovalhouse.com/cn/event_details.php?sectionid=theatre&eventid=392
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>If the date isn't good for you, but you want to go, then please rsvp anyway
>(a "Maybe" is good here) and add a comment about what days you'd prefer. If
>you're coming anyway, it'd be good to know whether you would prefer the
>weekend or earlier in the week/can make it then. That way I can see how much
>of a need there is to change the date - a Friday. Its only on til the Sunday
>after (3rd) so it can't be too much later, and setting it too early won't give
>people time in their diaries or to see it and respond in time.
>
>For more details, see the full listing:
>meetup.com/london-bisexuals/calendar/[masked]
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>When: Friday, July 2,[masked]:00 PM
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>Where:
>Oval House Theatre
>52-54 Kennington Oval
>Lambeth
>[masked]
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>You can always get in touch with me through the "Contact Organizer" link on
>Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/london-bisexuals/suggestion/
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