LynchPin is local — We’re committed to presence HERE: on the edge of two boroughs (Waverly and Guildford) and two counties (Surrey and Hampshire), close to London and not far from the sea, a pilgrim route on our doorstep.
LynchPin is versatile — We’re passionate about excellence – excellent writing, whether new or old, excellent opportunities for theatre practitioners, excellent entertainment for audiences.
LynchPin is growing — We’re committed to growth – helping playwrights developing their work, enabling actors to maintain their mojo, reaching ever wider audiences.
Journey with us!
It’s one for my baby and one more for the road in this cocktail of jazz standards and storytelling. By Jack Lynch with Pippa Winslow as ‘Fey’ and James Shannon on jazz guitar.
Tragedy with a twist…
‘…each (song) sung with passion, resonance and conviction-as if the Greek plot had woven itself around the songs-rather than the other way round.” Remote Goat, Brighton Fringe 4 Stars
“Jack Lynch has written and directed an absolute gem of a show.’ GScene, Brighton Fringe
“Winslow plays the character of Fey in an intimate vein throughout… consistently engaging… refreshingly original spin on Phaedra’s story.” MUSICAL THEATRE REVIEW – 4 stars
TOUR DATES: (tickets available through blue highlighted links for each below)
Brighton Fringe Festival – Bar Broadway Lounge, 10 Steine Street, Brighton, BN2 1TE 5th of May at 11:00pm, 12th of May at 11:00pm, 15th of May at 9:00pm, 21st of May at 9:00pm, 29th of May at 9:00pm, 3rd of June at 11:00pm
Hemingways – 48 High Street, Haslemere, GU27 2LA Evening includes a Greek mezze and dessert – 11th and 19th of May at 7pm
Guildford Fringe – The Back Room at The Star, Quarry Street, Guildford, GU1 3TY Tuesday 23 May to Saturday 27 May – 8pm
Farnham Flash Festival – The Bramley Suite Bar, Bush Hotel, Farnham, GU9 7NN Friday 2 June and Wednesday to Friday 7 – 9 June – 8pm
by Claire Parker, directed by Kate Napier
29, 30 Sept & 1 Oct, 7:30pm at Watts Gallery as part of the year-long celebration of G F Watts 200th birthday.
Life is complicated at the Lyceum Theatre in 1890s London. Actor Manager Henry Irving is doing everything he can to keep his theatre up and running and to keep his star actress, the famous Ellen Terry, happy. Tired of the classics, will she be lured by that upstart, Bernard Shaw, to seek new and challenging roles elsewhere?
As local history buffs will tell you, Ellen, (barely aged 16) was briefly married to and modelled for Watts. His paintings will be the backdrop for the play.
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LynchPin Productions Theatre Company, Ltd.
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