Fringe @ PPC

We have four different shows appearing at PPC in the 2017 Festival Fringe.





Prévert: Piano and Poetry

Alexandre Prévert, graduate pianist Conservatoire of Paris.

14th – 18th August, 6pm, Admission Free (approx 75 minutes)Festival 1

This original one-man show entitled Prévert: Piano and Poetry, was created and interpreted by the 20-year-old French concert pianist Alexandre Prévert. It is a concert show that combines major works for classical piano with poetry, staged in a simple fashion that is accessible to all audiences. These concerts are a ticketed event, tickets are available from the Festival Fringe box office.



Adrian Plass : Out of his head

August 24th & 25th, 7.15pm (2 hours)

Admission £11, concession £9, Family £7.50, OAP £7.50, Disabled £7.50

Adrian plass writes “When my first book appeared in 1987 I was frankly amazed and delighted that anyone would want to exchange their hard-earned cash for stuff that had come out of my head. Thirty years later I am just as amazed and even more delighted that this trend continues. In 2017 we shall be celebrating three decades of Festival 2writing and performing with our show ‘OUT OF HIS HEAD’, featuring my wife Bridget and myself, together with Searchlight Theatre Company, the brilliant David Robinson and Michael Taylor”


Questioning Aslan: An Evening With CS Lewis

August 23rd at 7.15pm & 26th at 3.15pm (90 minutes)

Searchlight Theatre Company

Admission £11, concession £9, Family £7.50, OAP £7.50, Disabled £7.50

Festival 3The year is 1963 and CS Lewis, the famous British author, is hosting a group of American writers at his home near Oxford. They are about to experience a captivating evening with a man whose engaging conversation and spontaneous humor made him one of the great raconteurs of his day. Seated in his living room and in front of a warm fire he recalls the people and events that inspired his thought and shaped his life; of his friendship with J R R Tolkien; why he nearly abandoned the Narnia Chronicles; how he came to embrace Christianity and of the American woman who turned his life upside down.



Would you Adam and Eve it?

August 21st & 22nd at 7.15pm (90 minutes)

Searchlight Theatre Company

Admission £11, concession £9, Family £7.50, OAP £7.50, Disabled £7.50

Festival 4Take two funny men and ask them to create a hilarious dash through Genesis and Exodus in just under 90 minutes. The result is lots of laughs and floods and snakes and plagues. Thou must turn up and have a good giggle.

The production has delighted audiences throughout the UK and has toured in Australia, New Zealand and the USA.



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