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The El. Train

The El. Train (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01418781836. Details of all The El. Train archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0394268493

Archive Listings

6 Dec 13
30 Dec 13
Hoxton Hall
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


The El. Train archiveCombining live music with totally immersive design, all housed in the intimate setting of Grade II listed Hoxton Hall, and for one short and exclusive run only, the event will begin with the three short plays, performed in the old music hall and featuring passionate tales of low-life, impoverished New York in the 1910s. These intensely dramatic plays, with their themes of heaven and hell, of sin and redemption, will be followed by a night of hard liquor and live music at O'Neill's very own New York watering hole, the Hell Hole Saloon. As the elevated train rattles its way into the wintry night, the audience will make their own way through the space, on an intoxicating journey that will live long in the memory - and will leave them wanting to party late into the night... The plays, written between 1913 and 1918, are being presented together for the first time. Ruth Wilson will act in The Web and Before Breakfast, directed by Sam Yates, and will make her directorial debut with The Dreamy Kid. The El. Train website.


Ruth Wilson (Rose - The Web), Adam Sopp (The Man - The Web), Zubin Varla (Steve - The Web), Simon Coombs (Tim - The Web), Christian Edwards (Policeman - The Web), Zubin Varla (Alfred - Before Breakfast), Ruth Wilson (Mrs Rowland - Before Breakfast), Ony Uhiara (Irene - The Dreamy Kid), Simon Coombs (Dreamy - The Dreamy Kid), Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Ceely Ann - The Dreamy Kid), Nicola Hughes (Mammy Saunders - The Dreamy Kid), Nicola Hughes (Lead Vocalist - The El. Train), Adam Sopp (Piano - The El. Train), Zubin Varla (The El. Train)


Author: Eugene O'Neill
Presented by: FOUND. Productions (in association with Just Opened London)
Director(s): Sam Yates, Ruth Wilson
Design: Richard Kent
Lighting: Neil Austin
Sound: Alex Baranowski


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