Water People Theater Company is proudly presenting the world premiere of ”Scenes of a Sexual Nature”, a stage adaptation of the British film with the same tittle, which was full of stars such as Ewan McGregor (Transpoiting), Tom Hardy (Inception), Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead), Eileen Atkins (Cold Mountain), Gina McKee (Notting Hill), Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Mark Strong (Zero Dark Thirty) Sophie Okonedo (Hotel Rwanda) and Catherine Tate.

The script of the film was written by Aschlin Ditta, head writer of the “Catherine Tate Show”, the stage adaptation was in the hands of Award Winner Director Leonard Zelig who is producing the play here in New York City at Teatro SEA, an amazing three-year-old venue in the Lower East Side.

Scenes are interwoven stories of couples in Hampstead Heath Park in north London. Seven loosely related tales behave like a sexual encounter – moving forward and backward; connecting smoothly, painfully, and curiously; heating up then heating up more. Sex and love sometimes are the same and sometimes have nothing to do with each other. 

Scenes explores divorce, homosexuality, the longevity of love, children, infidelity, and prostitution … all in one afternoon. 

Scenes shares what makes these couples tick and in turn what makes us all tick.

Scenes is already in development for a more commercial run. The Water People Theater Company is thrilled to premiere this new work.

Scenes features Beatriz Castillo, Joe Dimuzio, Eddie Dunn, Natalie Frost, Olivia Gjurich, William D. McAndrews, Greg McGoon, Jason Linforth, Joan D Saunders and Amy Scanlon.

We are happy to invite you to come and spread the word, you won’t regret it!

Tickets are $25, but there are special offers for groups of 50+ people.

The funniest way to purchase tickets is through the crowdfunding campaign. Amazing perks including wine bottles, stickers and posters are waiting for you!

Go to this link and check them out:

Also, you can get them through Ovation Tickets website:

The show will run from Feb 28 to Mar 16. 
Thu-Sat 8:00 pm & Sun 6:00 pm
Teatro SEA 107 Suffolk St. NY 10002 

Near the Williamsburg Bridge (between Delancey Street and Rivington Street).

Please like it on Facebook: “Scenes of a Sexual Nature-The Play”, for sexy updates and viral happiness!


Send an email to if you want a group reservation or call+1 347 653 4340



ti4300183By  | Posted on January 28th, 2014

These rival cities are immeasurably fabulous. But they could both stand to make some changes, based on how the other operates. Here’s what London can do to make itself more like NYC—in a good way.

1. Restaurants should deliver food quickly
Order an early dinner from any London eatery, and you could still be gnawing your fists off at midnight. Each of the seven times you’ve called to track their progress, you’ve been told the driver is merely five minutes away. Of course, he’s not. Turns out he went via Scarborough, so now your chicken korma has hypothermia. In New York, where the people delivering your food rely on tips for wages, this almost never happens.

2. Larger measures and pubs that are open later
Once you’ve ordered a whiskey in New York (it will be BIG, whether or not you asked for it that way), there’s no going back to the thin, obscenely priced line of amber liquid you get in any London drinking establishment. Then, despite U.K. licensing laws easing up in recent years, most pubs will call last orders at 11:30 and you’ll have to search for somewhere open late. There’s absolutely no turfing punters out before their bedtime here in NYC where bars can legally stay open until 4 am.



One of New York’s most prominent Real Estate boutiques,Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is looking for a receptionist…



Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. has become one of New York’s most prominent real estate law firms by seeking and retaining outstanding professional and support staff. 

By practicing only real estate law and only taking on projects and cases where we believe we are among the very best in the field, Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. has achieved groundbreaking results in the courtroom, in the board room, at the closing table, in the lobbies of legislative bodies, and in every other venue where talented legal advocacy is key to its clients’ interests.

Responsibilities will include: 

  • Responsible for greeting clients and other visitors to the Firm in a professional, efficient and courteous manner; answers phone calls and directs calls to the correct party or department. Responds to a variety of general inquiries. Work hours: generally 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. M-F.
  • As the “Face of the Firm,” provides customer service, greets and escorts visitors to appropriate conference rooms and offices. When appropriate, offers visitors hot and cold beverages. 
  • Facilitates and confirms reservation requests for conference rooms.
  • Sorts daily mail, hand delivers overnight packages and messenger packages to named department/persons. 
  • On occasion takes lunch orders for the firm. 
  • Acts as a concierge in handling local directions, dining recommendations and general requests for assistance.
  •  Maintains appearance of the reception area and conference rooms. 
  • Assists with special marketing projects, as needed. Proficiency in Adobe In Design, Photoshop and WordPress would be beneficial but not essential. 
  • Informs correct party when visitors have arrived. 


Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is Dedicated to Becoming the Best Firm in New York
We were voted one of the Top Places to Work in New York by Crain’s Magazine
Read our Employee Testimonials 

Will provide sponsorship for J-1 visa, if necessary
We provide excellent benefits including health insurance, flexible spending accounts for healthcare and community costs, free dental cleanings and vision exams, subsidized gym memberships at Equinox, in office manicure or massage every two weeks, tickets to entertainment and sporting events and more.
In addition, the person who fills this role will be eligible for frequent bonuses based on accomplishments.

Our lawyers are some of the best in the country, AV-rated by Martindale and recognized by Chambers and Super Lawyer Magazine. 

We therefore will only consider stellar candidates for this role.

Adam Leitman Bailey, PC is an equal opportunity employer.  We provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. 





Homesick? Yearning for a taste of the British Isles?

The English Pork Pie Company, based in Buffalo, is the only British owned and operated USDA approved British Meat Pie production facility in the USA. We serve thousands of customers and celebrities daily including supermarkets, pubs,restaurants as well as the general public.

Check out our online virtual British Village, take a look at our British Butcher, Pie Shop, Corner Shop and Ye Old English Sweet Shop, anything your heart desires we are sure to stock, and if we don’t? We are always open to suggestions!

We would love to offer you all 10% off your entire order to try some of our award winning, hand crafted, traditional Pork Pies, Meat Pies, Pasties, Sausages and Bacon. 

Please enter the “BIGAPPLEBRITS” promo code to redeem your discount.


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by Louise Gale on February 17, 2014

FFOE_1sheet_Art1_FLAYER_C-(1)Another one of Simon’s movies is currently showing in New York City, have you had a chance to see it yet?

Jack is a children’s author turned crime novelist whose detailed research into the lives of Victorian serial killers has turned him into a paranoid wreck, persecuted by an irrational fear of being murdered. When Jack is thrown a life-line by his long-suffering agent, and a mysterious Hollywood executive takes a sudden and inexplicable interest in Jack’s script, what should be his ‘big break’ rapidly turns into his ‘big breakdown’ as Jack is forced to confront his worst fears; among them love, laundry and serial killers.


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TRAVEL TRAIN SPOTTERSBy  | Posted on January 24th, 2014

We Brits rarely blow our own national trumpet. But if pushed we will admit to having a wicked sense of humor. Foreigners have every right to be perplexed by the stuff we riff on—from gingers to horse meat.

The term refers to the anorak-wearing British men folk (and it is nearly always males) who chose to spend their free time standing by the side of railway tracks waiting for trains to go by. When this happens, they scribble down the engine’s make and model number in a little book. It’s thrilling stuff. Anyhow, in Britain the term “train-spotter” has evolved to mean “super-nerd” and we use it liberally.

Some Americans will know this one because they watch The Only Way is Essex, a.k.a. TOWIE, on Hulu. But anyone else will need it explaining why, exactly, Brits give the folks from this particular home county such a hard time. Essex residents, we’ve decided, are shallow, slutty and they wear a lot of fake tan. Tell any curious Americans to think of Essex as Britain’s New Jersey equivalent and they’ll get the idea.

England always losing on penalties
Fans of England’s national football team just know that, not only will we be knocked out of any major international tournament, but it’ll happen on penalties. I think we’re actually quite pleased when this happens, because we were proved right. Which for Brits is often more important than winning. It’s our national sense of fatalism that’s the joke here. Example: when England was knocked out of the World Cup by Portugal on penalties in 2006, the BBC cut straight to “Numb” by the Pet Shop Boys.