Last Night in Europe

Friday 29th March 2019
8:00 PM

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Seated

Venue:
Norwich Arts Centre


Dover Banksy. Image cred. ijclark

 

 

 
Coast to Coast Theatre Company are keeping their promise to deliver an evening of enlightening monologues and music (courtesy of DJ Jack Oldcorn) inspired by three years of division.
 
Featuring new writing from Steve Waters (Limehouse), James McDermott (Rubber Ring) and Molly Naylor (Lights! Planets! People!), this is going to be an unmissable night of theatre before spending the rest of the evening in the bar asking: what’s next?

 

8pm – 10pm

Baggage by Freya Bennett, directed by Charlie Collins and performed by Alex Hayes

The Half Naked Civil Servant, written and co-directed by Tom Rowntree, co-directed by Louis Williams and performed by Keelan Swift-Stalley

Scapegoats, written and directed by Molly Naylor and performed by Thomas Guttridge

48/52, written and directed by Steve Waters and performed by Michael Bernardin

Empires by Zoe Callow, directed by Rohan Gotobed and performed by Priya Appleby

The Break Up by James McDermott, directed by Charlie Douglas and performed by Liam Purshouse

After the monologues there will be a short panel involving the six writers, talking about the plays and their attitudes on Brexit.

 

From 10pm there will be music and games in the NAC bar.

If you miss the drama you are still more than welcome to join us to discuss, celebrate or commiserate Britain’s proposed exit from the EU long into the night.



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