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Performance

VenueCorn Exchange
TownNewbury
CountyBerkshire
From9th May 2013
To9th May 2013
When19:45
PricesFrom £14.00. To £14.00.
What is currently on at Corn Exchange (V732)

The Bear

T0476989682
The story of an everyday murder and a mythic bear. Angela is a solicitor's clerk. She works with the defence team during criminal trials. It's a job that brings her face to face with the fall-out from anger, rage and desperation; and face to face with people accused of GBH, rape, armed robbery and murder. In the cells under the Old Bailey, Angela meets her client. He claims to be innocent. "I didn't do it," he says "It was the bear". Without quite knowing how, Angela finds herself hunting the bear. Until she discovers the bear is hunting her.
Author Angela Clerkin
Author Lee Simpson


Archive :: production:T0476989682, play:S01024163743, venue:V732

Production details

Running time: 1hr 20mins (no interval). Age 14+

Company

Producer Leo Wood
Producer Independent Productions
Company Clerkinworks
Company Improbable
Director Lee Simpson
Design Rae Smith
Design Lucy Sierra
Lighting Beky Stoddart
Sound Mark Cunningham
Music Nick Powell
Director Matilda Leyser (fight)
Performer Angela Clerkin
Performer Guy Dartnell

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