Ipod Do You? - T01006579768In April 2006 the pope got given his first iPod. Some say the play-list is a mirror to the soul; one tune following another with no particular guarantee that the next song will have anything to do with the last. 'iPod, Do You?' is an Anglo-Italian comedy exploring the coincidence and chaos of modern life. A play about teleportation, food and religion; when Giovanni walks out of his apartment in Rome and finds himself on the North-West coast of Ireland he is forced to ask how did I get there, and when will it stop raining?Author John Hoggarth. Author Imogen Kusch. Director Imogen Kusch. Design Lotte Collett. Lighting David W Kidd. Costume Sophie Parker. Performer Daniele Amendola. Performer Cliodhna McCorley. Performer Claire Flynn. Performer Peter Rethingsamy. Performer Caterina Bertone. Performer Fflon Jolly. Performer Ed Hancock. Performer Marco Marrucci. Performer Antonia Thomas.
|27 Aug 07 to 1 Sep 07||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L2142509635
Victory Street - T0747630771During a long hot summer the smouldering tensions in Britain's Northern towns are being reignited by fear and paranoia. Racial hatred is nothing new to the residents of Victory Street: one of them fled from Nazi Germany; another was witness to the bloody partition of India. But this is a new threat made all the more real because it comes from within the community. Dissecting the dark heart of Britain, this is a tale of a community searching for its identity, a people struggling to live together.Author Rebecca Manley. Director Peter Collins. Design Lotte Collett. Sound Mark Beasley. Lighting David W Kidd. Costume Sophie Parker. Performer Polly Bennett. Performer Joe Duggan. Performer Dinita Gohil. Performer Kamal Hussain. Performer Stephen Johnston. Performer Holly Kavanagh. Performer Leah Kelly. Performer Sair Khan. Performer Jennifer Logan. Performer David Mumeni. Performer Ciaran Owens. Performer Aman Rakkar. Performer Matt Stokoe.
|20 Aug 07 to 25 Aug 07||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0269268996
The Band - T556071070A play about watching some chancer: a bloke who is better looking than you, does really well at something you probably wish you were doing but were too scared to even try. And now the woman who calls herself your girlfriend thinks he's great. In Matthew Dunster's first stage play in eight years we see identities lost and found in the battleground of our first big relationships. Oh yeah, and there's a band in it!Company National Youth Theatre. Author Matthew DunsterI. Director Georgina Lamb. Design Lotte Collett. Sound Luke Barrett. Lighting David W Kidd. Costume Rosie O'Keeffe Doyle. Performer Emma Maw. Performer Luca Rutherford. Performer Chris Cooper. Performer Shaun Ramjutun. Performer Joe Radcliffe. Performer Charlie Maier. Performer Tom Lovett. Performer Lizzi Connolly.
|11 Aug 07 to 18 Aug 07||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L0108473807
T1957247502 (NYT05)Producer National Youth Theatre.
|12 Aug 05 to 3 Sep 05||Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035|
listing details L1729145056