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Title and Deed

Farnham Maltings Touring: Title and Deed

Will Eno, the celebrated American playwright, has written a haunting, funny, quietly moving examination of what it is to search for home, that singular place in the world where we can feel complete. A slightly foreign man gathers us together to sort through his surprising experience of that search and shares his story, comparing the odd traditions in his country of birth with the realities of life here

A beautiful and poetic evening of story-telling from the team that brought you Brilliance and The Iranian Feast

Suitable for ages 14+

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Alciston and Selmeston Village Hall Thursday 21st March 2019   19:45

Lodsworth Village Hall Saturday 23rd March 2019   20:00

It Is Now

Anonymous Is A Woman: It Is Now

30th of July 1966, a date that would go down in history, the day of the World Cup Final between England and Germany. But it’s also the wedding day of Laura and Joe, a day when two sides collide, but also filled with
A Groovy Kind of Love. Can Laura keep everyone’s attention away from the most iconic game of football England has ever played and save her big day?
Whether you are on the side of the bride or groom, of England or (dare I say it?) Germany, you can expect to join us for an evening of romance, drama and the sounds of the swinging sixties.

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The Guildhall Friday 22nd March 2019   19:00

Frittenden Memorial Hall Saturday 23rd March 2019   19:30

Partridge Green Village Hall Sunday 24th March 2019   19:30

Luke Wright, Poet Laureate

Luke Wright: Luke Wright, Poet Laureate

Following a sell-out run in Edinburgh, Luke Wright hits the road with his new show, commissioned by Inn Crowd, that critics are calling his best yet. With a new Poet Laureate due to be announced in 2019 Wrighty’s chucking his hat in the ring. He’s on a mission to write poems to unite a nation divided by austerity and Brexit. Can it be done? Can one poet ever really represent an entire nation? Big-hearted and quick witted, Wright’s poems have been lauded by everyone from Patti Smith to The Libertines. A Fringe First and Stage Award winner, Wright is truly a wordsmith and raconteur at the top of his game. In 2019 he celebrates the twentieth anniversary of his first gig. So maybe he can pull it off?

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The White Lion, Selling Saturday 23rd March 2019   21:00

How I Came To Be Where I Never Was

Jonny Fluffypunk: How I Came To Be Where I Never Was

How do you find yourself when you find yourself where you don't belong? Jonny Fluffypunk grew up in the far-flung, forgotten reaches of outer suburbia. In 1984, he was fifteen. This is a story about being the first punk in the village and the only trainspotter in eyeliner. About unrequited love and youth clubs and John Peel and the forgotten gods of small record shops; about making your own myth and letting go and a million everyday life-changing moments in the back end of nowhere. This is a one-hour, energetic and engaging solo performer piece that fuses elements of theatre, storytelling, comedy, stand-up poetry (think John Cooper-Clarke not John Keats) and even a bit of ukulele.

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The Lamb Inn Thursday 4th April 2019   19:00

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