Dreams 1 Podcast

White Rabbit’s latest podcast is FREE and here!

Featuring these amazing stories on the subject of DREAMS

dream girl

 

“The Burning Pier” by Ray Morgan
“Six Dreams It’s Possible To Have” by Joel Shea
“Dream Lover” by Angela Smith
“Dreams?” by Thomas Jancis
“The Dream of the Dead” by Belinda May

One more to come before summer’s over

Sweet dreams…..

 

 

Are You Sitting Comfortably? MONSTERS

Award winning White Rabbit  are seeking short story writers interested in having their work showcased at their next event “Monsters.”

They say we always get the monsters we deserve, that they are simply a dark reflection of ourselves, our fears and our desires. What makes a monster?
Are they amoral,inhuman beasts, eyes glittering with madness? Or beautiful and seductive beings, tempting us to sin? Or, worse of all, misunderstood creatures, unfairly hunted, lonely, unloved? We are hosting an evening of short stories read aloud, chosen and read by the team at White Rabbit. The evening will include B-movie visuals, monster mash music from the 1920s to now, ghastly games, free food served by a lycanthropist waiter, and blood drenched cocktails.

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Writers who would like their work showcased at this event should email a story of around 1000 words to areyousittingcomfortably@live.com by midnight 26th August 2016. Please note we prefer the writers to attend.

PLEASE PUT MONSTERS IN SUBJECT LINE AND ENSURE YOUR NAME IS ON EVERY PAGE OF YOUR SUBMISSION! Thanks

If you’d like to see what one of the shows looks like please go here

If you’d like to find out more about Are You Sitting Comfortably? and White Rabbit please go here

EVENT DETAILS

Friday 9th September

7.30- late

Arts Admin @Toynbee Studios

28 Commercial St, London E1 6AB

nearest tubde Aldgate East.

tickets £8 includes free food. (writers get complimentary ticket)

Are You Sitting Comfortably? GHOSTS

White Rabbit presents our traditional Winter Ghost Story extravaganza and we are looking for writers!

Sitting uncomfortably....

Sitting uncomfortably….

Since 2008 we’ve created a platform for short stories and writers, in a fun, lively, supportive and occasionally anarchic atmosphere!

We’re seeking a spine-chilling selection of original mid-winter spooky stories, written by you, read by us, to haunt and thrill the audience.

Accompanied by scary songs and haunting films, you can comfort yourself with scrummy FREE food served by the undead, a screaming competition and TREATS – with prizes including a voodoo doll made to your specifications, a love spell and a ouija board.

Ghost reader

Ghost reader

Writers interested in submitting a story should email areyousittingcomfortably@live.com by Friday 20 November with a story of around 1000 words.Please ensure you put GHOSTS in the subject night AND that you can attend on the night- our audience likes to meet the writers.

Details of the show are:
Are You Sitting Comfortably? GHOSTS
Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street E1 6AB
020 7650 2350
admin@artsadmin.co.uk
£8 with FREE food and other treats
nearest tube Aldgate East
for tickets go here

.Questions? Lots more information here

White Rabbit presents “How To Be A Hero” on tour

White Rabbit‘s latest storytelling show “How To Be A Hero” goes on a mini tour this September!

Let's Save The World!

Let’s Save The World!

“How To Be A Hero” tells the story of desperado vigilantes Gamma Guild.
The fearless foursome, together with their canine sidekick Dangerwoof, gather outside Greggs on the High Street to take on the city’s dark side. And so their battles begin: with three- legged cats, drunk and disorderly party goers, underage smokers, and the Women’s Institute; as they attempt to cope with growing YouTube notoriety in their quest to “Save The World”.
The show also includes stories of unsung local heroes from around the U.K, gathered and recorded from public workshops and interviews.

age 14+

Venue addresses and show dates and times:
17th-19th September 2015 7.30pm
The Albany, Deptford
ticket prices £12 (concessions £10)
post show discussion on 18th September
The Albany Deptford, Douglas Way, London SE8 4AG
for tickets go here
29th September- 3 October 2015 8pm
The Door at Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Tickets £13 (concessions available)
Post show discussion on 2nd October.
The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Ltd.
Centenary Square
Broad Street,
Birmingham
B1 2EP
For tickets go here
8th October 2015 7pm
ARC Stockton
Tickets pay what you decide
ARC Stockton
Dovecot Street, Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1LL
For tickets go here
14th October 2015 7.30pm
Arena Wolverhampton
Tickets: £10 ( £8 concessions)
Arena Wolverhampton
Wulfruna St, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV1 1SE
For tickets go here

Hope to see you out there!

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“Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast”

Free to download/listen to is the next White Rabbit podcast featuring stories from Eddy Dreadnought, Steve Folan and B J Ellson. This is the second in our series of podcasts inspired by Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The third and final episode “Off With Their Heads” will be out in June.

Happy listening! You can find it here

Alice In Wonderland

Alice In Wonderland

 

Curiouser and Curiouser

“You’re entirely bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret. All the best people are”

White Rabbit is seeking short story writers for a storytelling tea party in celebration of the 150 anniversary of the publication of the beauteous nonsense that is “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Interested writers should submit stories of around 1000 words to areyousittingcomfortably@live.com. The deadline for submissions is Midnight 13th February.

To check out past events and more about submitting, please visit our website www.thewhiterabbit.org.uk/projects/are-you-sitting-comfortably/

Here are the details of the show:
When: 20th Feb, 7.30pm till 11.30pm
Where: Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street E1 6AB
Nearest tube: Aldgate East
Price : £8, includes free tea party food.
Tickets go here

Hatter's Tea Party

“White Rabbit present a splendiferous topsy turvy teaparty. Enjoy free jam tarts, chocolate roses, sugar mice, party games and competitions.

A wonderful collection of weird, surreal and contrary stories inspired by that strange and wonderful story will be read aloud, in a Alice themed installation with party games and cocktails in teapots.

Follow us down the rabbit hole, you’ll never be the same again. You’ll be so small you’ll be able to bathe in a teacup.”