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Christmas event: Friends & Family, 7.30pm at The Phoenix, £5

Ho ho ho
Our next show is Friends & Family on Tuesday 14th December and we're delighted to be spending our Christmas event at our longtime home of The Phoenix. Book now (see below) - Facebook event coming soon!

 
FRIENDS & FAMILY WINNING STORIES

Uhtceara
by E. J. Fry *NEW AUTHOR*
Cocktails and Candy Canes by Pete Armstrong *NEW AUTHOR*
Jesus, Mary & Joseph Try for a Christmas Orgasm by Dave McGrath
Just a Nice Family Christmas for God's Sake by E. P. Henderson
Christmas Special by Rhys Timson
Practically Family by Rosa Müller
*Stocking surprise* (online only) Baking Day by Angela Sherlock *NEW AUTHOR*
 
PLUS!!! mince pies - book quiz - crackers - tinsel - Quality Street (if you're lucky) - free drinks (if you've had a story performed, or read one yourself in 2021) - and MORE!


Doors open at 6.30pm 
for a 7.30pm start. Please book tickets online in advance (see below) - that's the best way to make sure you get a seat (and a mince pie ...) 

The venue is the basement bar, downstairs at:
The Phoenix pub
37 Cavendish Square,
London W1G 0PP (tube: Oxford Circus).

Access info: stairs down to the basement, no lift unfortunately.

TL:DR

- Tickets are limited to 50
- and are a mere £5
- but you have to book a table unless you're on your own, in which case you can pick any free seat when you get there. Table sizes can be from 2-10 people.
please book and pay through Paypal using the orange Donate button above, top right

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