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WHAT'S ON FEBRUARY 2015: Sell a Door Theatre present Jekyll and Hyde

Sell a Door Theatre Company present Jekyll and Hyde at Eastwood Park Theatre

Friday 20 February, 7.30pm
Approx running time 160mins

Robert Louis Stevenson’s cult classic Jekyll and Hyde is reinterpreted in this modern adaptation set in an alternative London of the future, written by Jo Clifford and multi award-winning touring company Sell a Door. 105 more words

Eastwood Park Theatre

Celebrating the Solstice with Winter Poems

By Elaine Magliaro

The winter solstice begins this evening. I thought I’d post some poems for the winter season today.

Toward the Winter Solstice
By Timothy Steele, 1948… 356 more words

Art

Marcel Pontbriand - THE BLACK ARROW by Robert Louis Stevenson - Book I - The Two Lads - Chapter I - Part 6

Book I – The Two Lads

Chapter I – At the Sign of the Sun in Kettley

Part 6

“Boy, then, dotard!” cried the knight. “Could ye not see it was a wench? 206 more words

A TALE OF THE TWO ROSES

Marcel Pontbriand - THE BLACK ARROW by Robert Louis Stevenson - Book I - The Two Lads - Chapter I - Part 5

Book I – The Two Lads

Chapter I – At the Sign of the Sun in Kettley

Part 5

With that, Sir Daniel, turning his back to Dick, and quite at the farther end of the long table, began to write his letter, with his mouth on one side, for this business of the Black Arrow stuck sorely in his throat. 591 more words

A TALE OF THE TWO ROSES

Marcel Pontbriand - THE BLACK ARROW by Robert Louis Stevenson - Book I - The Two Lads - Chapter I - Part 4

Book I – The Two Lads

Chapter I – At the Sign of the Sun in Kettley

Part 4

And Sir Daniel strode forth into the village street, and, by the red glow of a torch, inspected his new troops. 605 more words

A TALE OF THE TWO ROSES

Gothic Horrors, Oh My! The Ripper May Be Right

Classic Gothic stories are generally considered to have been written in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They are frightening tales of horror that can still chill us to the bone when read late a night. 483 more words

An Authors Thoughts

Marcel Pontbriand - THE BLACK ARROW by Robert Louis Stevenson - Book I - The Two Lads - Chapter I - Part 2

Book I – The Two Lads

Chapter I – At the Sign of the Sun in Kettley

Part 2

The innkeeper made a horrid grimace; but this was a piece of bad luck that might readily befall a tenant in these unruly times, and he was perhaps glad to make his peace so easily. 536 more words

A TALE OF THE TWO ROSES