Trevor Lock first went on the telly with Lee and Herring and on tour with Stewart Lee. He starred in all three series of Channel 4’s British Comedy Award winning, BAFTA nominated Star Stories, wrote two plays for Radio 4 and once addressed the Oxford Union on the meaning of life. True stories, one-liners, flights of fancy and plausible theories, all went into his stream of consciousness freestyle stand up. The Scotsman once described him as ‘Funny, moving and clever.’ TimeOut, simply as ‘hilarious’ and culture website Spoonfed thought he could ‘probably win an award for the most laughs in a minute.’ The Sunday Times wrote of the‘superbly comic writing’ of his plays on the Edinburgh Fringe. Then along came Trevor Lock’s Community Circle.
The Spread Eagle Pub Theatre does not have wheelchair access – apologies for this.
Latecomers are welcome (but expect some banter!). Doors open approx. 15 minutes before the show starts.
Croydonites is a festival of new theatre and performance for Croydon. Its mission is to showcase local theatre makers, and bring some of the best contemporary performance work from around the UK to CR0 doorsteps. The inaugural event took place in November 2015 when four companies presented work at two venues. The 4th edition took place in May 2019 and featured nine artists over four weeks in five venues. It has become a fixed event on Croydon's Cultural Calendar and regularly commissions new work by local artists. In 2020 it will present the 5th edition.