by David Jeremiah
A fascinating talk in which David expounds his theory that St Helena is the island in Shakespeare’s “”The Tempest.
PINT-SIZED PLAYS ARE BACK AGAIN FOR ANOTHER ROUND!
Short (5-10 minutes) snappy plays that are performed free of charge in pubs around Tenby. They are winners of an international playwriting competition that attracts hundreds of entries every year. Some will make you think, some will make you chuckle, many are just downright hilarious. This extremely popular entertainment is now a regular part of the Festival and always surprises the audiences who appreciate the quirky subjects and amusing performances whilst having a convivial drink. Come early, get them in, sit back and enjoy!
Monday 26th September
7.30pm Normandie, Upper Frog Street
8.30pm Hope & Anchor, St Julian Street
9.30pm The Crown, Lower Frog Street
Tuesday 27th September
7.30pm 5 Arches, St George Street
8.30pm The Cove, High Street
9.30pm The Buccaneer, St Julian Street