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Box of Tricks presents three very different London monologues for two special previews before collaborating on their transnational project Tales of Two Cities at this year's Nu:Write Theatre Festival in Croatia. Join us for a night of dark and light from the streets of our capital... Shove - "And I started to feel like I was about to fall. Like I was about to come crashing to the floor and this feeling took me over." The story of how we fell. Sturck by Love/Train - Sarah fell in love today. Before she fell under a train. But she needs to break up with her husband. One woman's journey to find true love on the London underground. David - "It's amazing how much life fits into so little time". A portrait of one summer and its impact on a lifetime.
Performers Ross Armstrong, Natasha James, Adam Best.
Company Box of Tricks. Director Adam Quayle. Director Hannah Tyrell-Pinder. Author Kenneth Emson (Shove). Author Evan Placey (Sturck by Love/Train). Author Daniel Kanaber (David).
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