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Love and Human Remains archiveEveryone has a secret. Everyone has something to hide In a city of casual sex and broken dreams we follow the lives of six frustrated young people on their journey in search of the true nature of love in today's jaded, cynical world. As they each accept their diverse sexuality and find worthwhile relationships, their lives are impacted by a brutal serial killer who is stalking the city streets. Meanwhile, their twisted troubles are all observed from the sidelines by an S&M prostitute with strange psychic powers. A brutally dark and eerie tale punctuated with wickedly razor sharp wit, this play grips from first to last. Controversial for its violence, nudity, frank dialogue and sexual explicitness, Love and Human Remainshas received worldwide acclamation by critics and audiences alike and was named one of the 10 best plays of the year by Time Magazine.
Performers Nic Thornton (Bernie).
Author Brad Fraser. Producer Monique Briggs (for MonStar Productions in association with the Warehouse Theatre). Director Dominic LeClerc. Design Kelly Anne Walker. Lighting Mark Howland.

Love and Human Remains

Love and Human Remains (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01360676091. Details of all Love and Human Remains archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1208872340

Archive Listings

25 Oct 06
12 Nov 06
Warehouse Theatre
Outer London
Greater London

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