In celebration of Turnpike Books publishing new editions of three Brian Moore novels: The Emperor Of Ice Cream, The Revolution Script and The Feast Of Lupercal Paradosso Theatre presents Brian Moore Book Busking!
On Thursday 19th and Friday 20th August Stephen Beggs and Louise Parker will recite readings from popular Brian Moore novels. Catch them if you can (and you should!) at the following locations:
THURSDAY 19th AUGUST:
2pm NO ALIBIS
2.30pm BOTANIC BAND STAND
3.00pm BOOKS PAPER SCISSORS
FRIDAY 20th AUGUST:
2pm LINENHALL LIBRARY
2.30pm CITY HALL
3.00pm WRITER’S SQUARE
Stephen Beggs is an actor, writer, theatre director and producer. Theatre acting credits include roles with Kabosh, Replay, Tinderbox, Bruiser, Wireless Mystery, Red Lemon, Accidental Theatre, Sticky Fingers and “Every Brilliant Thing” for Action Trauma. He has also toured “Reassembled, Slightly Askew” for Shannon Yee around the UK and Ireland as well as international tours to Canada and Hong Kong. He has written and performed two solo shows; “The King Of East Belfast” with Kabosh and “My Father’s Chair”. Radio work includes “Stranded”, “It Ain’t What You Do”, “The Keepers” and “Don’t Make Me Laugh”, all for BBC Radio Ulster.He is a founding member of comedy writing and performing team Those Who Can’t and is also the MC for “Pigeon & Plum” Vaudeville Circus Cabaret.
Louise Parker is an actor and writer based in Belfast and a graduate of The Acting Studio in New York. Theatre companies she has worked for include: Tinderbox, Threes, Kabosh, Macha Productions, Big Telly and The Lyric Theatre. For TV she will appear in the upcoming shows Hope Street and Red Election. Louise has recently voiced The Counting Sheep and The Northern Bank Job for BBC Radio 4. She is also the recipient of an ACES Award from The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and a Creative Practitioner Bursary Award from Belfast City Council.