We have a new box office booking system.  Please use the box below for secure, on-line booking.  Start with the date you'd like to come and follow the instructions.  If you have a pre-paid voucher code, please insert it when prompted or your booking will not be valid. If the dates are not available, it means we have sold out - sorry!  At the moment this system is just for tickets to the London Literary Pub Crawl.  Writers Retreats tickets can be purchased below through PayPal.

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Your Own Literary PubCrawl! 

If you have a party of ten people or more we can design your very own 'branded' tour, any time of any day AND we can arrange food and fixed price meals. Great for work parties and corporate functions. How about a Literary Office Outing Crawl? Call or email nick @ LiteraryLondon.co for details.

If you have any problems with the system above, please contact tickets @ LondonLiteraryPubCrawl.com


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Ticket offer Upgrade

£ 9 

An upgrade for special offer tickets that expired on 18th April, 2014.

Upgrading to the original full price (£18) preserves your offer price and means tickets are valid for an additional 6 months - till 18th October, 2014.

 

Writers Urban Retreat

£ 45 

THE LAST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH. You know you want to write. So give yourself the time. 11am - 5pm once a month. A little writerly-tough-love! With a light sandwich lunch, flowing soft drinks and tea and coffee. There's no sharing. Just writing.

We work in the Wrters and Artist's Bar of the pub where Dylan Thomas, Brendan Behan and George Orwell used to hang out. Inspiring! And there's always the bar upstairs at the end of the day!

When booking, please specify which Saturday you require.

 

'How To Make A Crisis Out of a Drama,' by Nick Hennegan - Book Pre-Order and Launch Party Invite

£ 9.99 

Maverick Theatre is 21 years old in 2015. In 1997 founder and Artistic Director Nick Hennegan kept a diary for four months of Maverick Theatre life. It includes casting and creating the award-winning play A Ghost of a Chance, staring Paul Henry (forever to be know as Benny from ITV's Crossroads) and a 13 year old boy, Justyn Luke Towler.  It also includes three other productions, the death of Princess Diana, how to live in poverty but still occasionally get drunk, why bother with art and isn't theatre sometimes a real bitch! It also included numbers of famous and not-so-famous people. 

The 'diary' sold out in 1997 and is being brought up-to-date this year. It includes messages and reminiscences from others who worked with Maverick. It also includes Nick's latest project, The London Literary Pub Crawl and a brief insight into Dracula, a 'concept album' with Robb Williams planned for 2015.

Written with humour and sympathy, it will appeal to anyone who has ever worked in theatre, knows someone who does, or who has been to see a play or a film. Oh yes, and those who remember Princess Diana.

Nick tells a candid, warts-and-all stream of consciousness story of Maverick Theatre's award-winning work attracting new audiences to the performing arts.

Pre-ordering the book now will fund the development of the print copy, due to be released early next year. It will also be released as an e-book.  

As an additional thank you for your support, you will receive a signed copy of the book and an invitation to the Maverick Theatre launch event parties, in Birmingham and London. 

 

'Confessions of a Brummy Boy' by Norman Raybone - Book Pre-Order and Launch Party Invite.

£ 9.99 

Confessions of a Brummy Boy is a memoir written by the late Norman Raybone. It is unusal, not only because Norman, urged by his eldest son, took computer lessons at the age of 82 so he could write his memoir, but it gives a unique insight into life in Birmingham and England during a remarkable century. Rarely do the working-class have a voice. Norman's is funny, candid and often moving. He wanted Maverick Theatre to have the book in recognition of the charity's work at attracting new audiences to the performing arts.

Pre-ordering the book now will fund the development of the print copy, due to be released later this year. It will also be released as an e-book.  

As an added thank you for your support, you will be invited to the Maverick Theatre launch event parties, in Birmingham and London, with Norman Raybone's family.

 

If you have any queries, please email us at tickets @ mavericktheatre.co.uk.  

We've also got a phone number. Call +44 (0)20 80 90 50 82.  Or our Mobile (Cell): 0743 536 2424.

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