Litle drama comes to Milton Keynes
We made mention of it last week, and there is still plenty of time to settle into a seat at The Theatre Space in CMK for a session of drama with The Plays The Thing Theatre Company.
This One Act Play Festival, directed and produced by Rosemary Hill, just keeps on giving too – like a theatrical pass-the-parcel there are four different plays to engage with nightly.
Dark, harrowing truths present themselves in What We Are Now, by Natalie Baker.
It’s Tom’s birthday, and he receives a surprise visit from his wife, Anna, in a mental health facility after almost a year apart.
He makes it clear he doesn’t want her there...
A woman police officer interrogates the man whose bomb has killed her fiance, in a personal and political piece written by Julia Pascal, called The Wedding Party.
Two couples are in love, but the action of one man has destroyed the love and future for them all.
Ryan Vernel’s Decorating Pavements shines a light on four twenty-somethings who think they have life all worked out.
Until their pessimistic outlook is flipped upside down.
This dark comedy explores what it means to be a young person in today’s world and how one event can be a catalyst to changing your life completely.
It’s the day of her PhD presentation and Gina’s caught on stage talking to herself, in Francis’ Grin’s curiously titled Sea Monkey Killers.
With nothing to present but an ‘invisible sculpture’ could she be heading to pure genius status, or complete failure?
Put some drama into your week; tickets are £12 and £10 and the curtain rises at 7.30pm nightly through to Saturday.
To book head to www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/121407