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updated 14th June 2024

Exhib​itions & events 2024

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The Regency Town House Quiz!

Saturday 29th June. Doors open: 6.45
Tickets £9 each, available on Eventbrite

Come join us for a fun-filled evening. The quiz starts on the dot of 7.30 pm but doors open at 6.45 to allow you to wander through 200 years of history.

Take your time and look around - it might even help you with a few quiz questions later.

Black and white photo, circa 1960, of students seated at desks with heads down and writing.

You don't have to be a historian to win. The emphasis is on having a good time in a relaxed atmosphere while supporting The Regency Town House.

Free food and pay bar.

Come as a team - max FIVE members, minimum TWO. Or come on your own and we will find you a team to join. Prizes for the winners and for the team that chooses the best name - so start thinking of yours now.

 

Fille de Mon Coeur (Daughter of My Heart)

Saturday, 27th July,
performances at 4:00pm, 6:00pm, & 8:00pm

Tickets £13.70 each, available on Eventbrite

Welcome to The Writer’s Mark - a company that celebrates the work of surrealist writers through the mediums of art and performance.

Fille de Mon Coeur focuses on the ‘essence’ of the famous idiosyncratic French writer Antonin Artaud (1896-1948) and his complicated relationship with actress Colette Thomas.

Colette Thomas was one of several women who was part of Artaud’s ‘daughter’s of the heart'.

Poster for Fille de Mon Coeur, featuring a photo of a mans face overlaid with a portrait sketch line drawing

This performance will be a visceral immersive experience that focuses on the last five years of Artaud’s life. Artaud spent his life subjected to many horrors; unable to have his ideas for cinema, theatre, art or radio fully realised in performance - and yet despite his suffering he had an unwavering desire to continue living.

This performance will explore through physical theatre, mime and multimedia the human behind the stereotype - the raw response through movement and at times the quiet 'little celestial poet'.

* Please note, there will be no wheelchair access at the venue.
* Explores mental health, psychosis and flashing imagery.
* Not suitable for under 16s.

Download PDF file for more information.

To follow our work and up-coming projects you can find us on:

Instagram: thewritersmark

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www.thewritersmark.co.uk


 

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