Player Playwrights returns with a new season or play readings and events, starting...
Monday 25th September.
The Convictions of Rupert Murdoch by Neil Weatherall
The play is Rupert Murdoch’s origin story. It shows how he came to be someone who sees having moral convictions as a weakness.
Neil Weatherall has written four plays. His latest, ‘Do iPhones dream of electric sheeple?’ received a reading at player-playwrights in 2020, was performed as part of this year‘s Camden Fringe festival, and was described by one reviewer as “a masterpiece“.
STOP PRESS: New season starts Monday 25 September and Player Playwrights Is Back at Its Old Venue: Upstairs @ North London Tavern in Kilburn
The North London Tavern has been renovated. It’s less than two minutes walk from Kilburn Station (Jubilee Line) and Brondesbury Station (Overground Line) at 375 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7QB.