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Future Me archivePeter often works late. A promising young barrister, he is about to move in with his girlfriend. Then one day his computer sends out an email to everyone he knows, with an attachment that no one can bear to look at. From the strange alliances of a prison segregation unit, to the trials of life on the outside, Future Me tells an epic story of ordinary monsters. With unflinching honesty, the play examines the destructive power of unlawful desire, and asks whether someone who crosses the line can ever really have a 'future me'.


Author: Stephen Brown

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Archive listings for Future Me (2009)

Work type: Play.


Suitable for audiences of 15+Producer Sue Scott Davison. Director Guy Retallack. Design Helen Goddard. Music Leo Chadburn. Sound Matt Eaton. Lighting Mark Dymock. Performer David Benson (Tim). Performer Katherine Dow Blyton (Ellen). Performer tom Golding (Mike). Performer Rupert Hill (Peter). Performer Robyn Isaac (Jenny). Performer Tom Newman (Harry).
31 Mar 09 to 26 Apr 09General, Inner London :: V1231
listing details L01042007837


Producer Scott Davison Productions. Director Guy Retallack.
26 Mar 09 to 28 Mar 09Burton Taylor Studio, Oxford :: V799
listing details L662265057
12 Mar 09 to 14 Mar 09Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L1472685016
25 Feb 09 to 26 Feb 09Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L0772113553


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