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!
LynchPin’s ScripTease presents a rehearsed reading of:
Miss Elizabeth Bennet
Jane Austen fans will not want to miss this!
(nor will fans of AA Milne for that matter)
When AA Milne adapted Jane’s Austen’s famous novel for the stage, little did he and his producers know that another adaptation, which was a hit on Broadway, was transfering to the West End. Milne’s stage version was published but never produced. Now is your chance to take advantage of this rare opportunity to experience this forgotten adaptation, which brings together two of England’s favourite writers.
£10, £5 students
9 March at the Cafe Mila, Godalming (tickets at the door only).
and 13 March at the Electric Theatre Cafe Bar, (tickets available for pre-booking 13 Feb through Electric Theatre Box Office at 01483 501200 or www.electrictheatre).
and announcing LynchPin’s second annual fundraiser…
12 May 4-6:30pm Tea, Scones and Suffragettes. Come join us for to celebrate the centenary of women getting the vote! There will be tea, scones, cucumber sandwiches and cake, a cash bar and some rousing songs. Tickets: £20 on sale from 1 March. This is to raise funds for LynchPin’s full production and tour of WHEN THE CAT’S AWAY by Claire Parker. 1914. The indomitable spirit of the modern Suffragette Movement rolls into Fernstead when a serious-minded, light-hearted woman returns from London to the sleepy village of her birth and turns it upside down. Meet the Fernstead Players in a comedy drama inspired by the stories, songs and text of the period.
Claire Parker, writer of ROTTEN PERFECT, which we recently produced at the Watts Gallery, returns with her witty new play WHEN THE CAT’S AWAY to celebrate the spirit of the women who won the right to vote in 1918 – 2018.
Aspects of LynchPin
LynchPin Productions Theatre Company, Ltd.
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116 Binscombe, Godalming, Surrey GU7 3QL