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Days of Significance archiveWritten in response to Much Ado About Nothing, Days of Significance is set in market-town England and the deserts of Iraq. Two young soldiers join their friends to binge drink the night before they leave for active service. Their complex love lives and mortal fears directly impact on their tour of duty. Roy Williams looks at how the naive and malformed moral codes of these young men have catastrophic reverberations for the West's moral authority. This production contains strong language, violence and explicit scenes of an adult nature. Running time approx. 90 mins with no interval.
Performers Venetia Campbell, Ricky Champ, James Clyde, Claire-Louise Cordwell, Danny Dalton, Jamie Davis, Graig Gallivan, Simon Harrison, Pippa Nixon, Luke Norris, Beverly Rudd, Lorraine Stanley, Mark Theodore.
Author Roy Williams. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Maria Aberg. Design Lizzie Clachan. Lighting David Holmes. Sound Carolyn Downing. Director Laila Diallo (movement). Director Malcolm Ranson (fights). Lighting David Holmes.

Days of Significance

Days of Significance (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01543398392. Details of all Days of Significance archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01599544080

Archive Listings

12 Mar 08
29 Mar 08
The Kiln (formerly Tricycle Theatre)
Inner London
Greater London

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