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A compelling, wrenching and exposing performance journey, led by an enquiring wretch, who says and does the unsayable, the undoable. His grasp and love of language is poetic, brilliant, haunting and forces us to think - why does a memory you want to hang on to keep changing, why does love tear you up? Gari Jones has directed Accidental Death of An Anarchist, The Lonesome West, Depot, Under Milk Wood and A Slight Ache and The Lover for the Mercury Theatre Company. Suitable for 16+ years. Contains scenes and language some people may find disturbing.
Author Gari Jones

Archive :: production:T0356842494, play:S5622, venue:V215


VenueNew End Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From1st March 1997
To3rd March 1997
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Company Reflective Theatre
Performer Becky Walsh
Director Gari Jones
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