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The Unspeakable archiveThe Unspeakable tells the story of a family of musicians. Antonia and her father, Edward, have not spoken for twenty years; and as far as Lydia, her daughter is concerned, the mysterious composer who was her grandfather is long dead. So when Lydia, now 25, a concert violinist, and practicing for the most important performance of her young career, discovers to her shock that he is still alive, she confronts her mother and demands to know the truth. But the secret Antonia has been hiding is darker than she could have expected. Edward has Huntington's Disease; and so, therefore, might Antonia; and so too might Lydia. Running time 85 mins
Performers Jess Murphy (Lydia), Daniel Millar (Danny), Suzanna Hamilton (Antonia), Jack Klaff (Edward).
Author Dominic Leggett. Producer Darien Productions. Director Phil Ormrod. Design Saka Matsushita. Director Kate Sagovsky (movement). Lighting Will Reynolds. Music Jieun Park.

The Unspeakable

The Unspeakable (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1778852183. Details of all The Unspeakable archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2139316846

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27 Jan 09
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14 Feb 09
Tristan Bates Theatre (TBT)
Inner London
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