David King‘s Pop Up Theatre has a new venue for 7th season of Sweeties which raises funds for Neuroscience. A selection of monologues and shorts will be performed. at the Chapel Playhouse, King’s Cross, by a group of talented professional actors sharing and creating fantastic stories, both classic and original pieces, often their own work.
Sweeties Wednesday 30 October 2019 7.30pm. Shorts up to 10 mins, monologues 2-5 mins. Total run time approx 60-70 minutes.
David King is an actor living in London (UK). David is an AVM survivor after suffering a brain haemorrhage in October 2014 and the discovery of a congenital AVM. Acting has played a major part in his recovery and so has the gym! Before Acting, David worked in industry – his earlier career, with American Express in the United Kingdom, where he was one of the first people to design and produce training materials by internal email for their employees in Central and Eastern Europe. David then went on to grow meetings and events for international luxury hotel chains. David has combined his corporate training experience and knowledge with his actors training and experience to share his skills in workshops, blogging, coaching, and public speaking while he continues to build his acting career.
In 2018 David recieved 2 monimations for best actor in the short film in A Pinprick Of Light which also won a multitude of awards globally for best drama.
Actor David King’s Pop-Up Theatre is back at the Etcetera Theatre Camden with bite sized pieces of drama.
David gives actors the opportunity to perform in a theatre and in return money is raised from ticket sales for The Neurosciences Research Foundation, a charity based at St Georges Hospital, that is close to David’s heart (or head) after suffering a brain hemorrhage in October 2014 and the discovery congenital AVM in his brain.
Sweeties #5 Summer Fundraiser 2018
Wednesday 13 June 2018 7pm
Pop-Up Theatre presents Tennessee Williams controversial one act play 27 Wagons Full of Cotton. A stellar cast of rising talent brings the themes of his play alive – the disintegration of Southern values and the brutal seduction of a fragile childlike woman. It is from this play that Tennessee Williams developed the script into the movie Baby Doll.
Jake Meighan David King
Flora Meighan Gabrielle Nellis-Pain
Silva Vicarro Mark Stanway
Run time 60 minutes approx.
Above the Oxford Arms
265 Camden High Street
London NW1 7BU
This performance has been rescheduled to Autumn 2017 details coming soon.
A teaser/trailer from Corpsing, four one act plays, by Peter Barnes. Acting Exercise opens with Rowan, an Actor (David King), delivering a soliloquy in a rehearsal room. From the shadows emerges a distraught husband, Mr Willet, (Joe Staton) demanding the actor give him back his wife. With a superlative performance, Rowan convinces the husband he is mistaken. The question is, will Willet be fooled?