The Endings: Soho and Nottingham

THE ENDINGS

by Sara Pascoe

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a Research and Development production supported by 

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Play Readings performed at

NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE
Neville Studio – Wellington Circus, Nottingham NG1 5AF

Friday 28th February 2014
7.30pm
(reading will be finished by 8.45pm, and there will be a short Q&A with Sara afterwards)

and

SOHO THEATRE
Upstairs Room – 21 Dean Street, London W1D 3NE

Tuesday 4th March 2014
4pm
(reading will be finished by 5.15pm)

Tickets are free, but need to be reserved.

Contact me on stresilian@gmail.com if you would like a ticket.

starring
CHRISTOPHER ADLINGTON
URSULA EARLY
KIRSTEN HAZEL SMITH

directed by Susannah Tresilian

Three siblings playing in a room.  Three siblings who are too old to be playing in a room.  Three siblings who can’t get out of the room. 

A quirky, strange, dark comedy about overpowering family love, where love means imprisonment.

The play explores the universal themes of adolescence and emotional discovery, through a series of childish plays.  Deaths are died and babies are born.  Here is no fear, for all is a game.  Life is wonderfully survivable.. when it has clearly defined rules and playing areas.

Sara Pascoe’s new play is being written specifically with no gender, no age and no location specified, as part of a movement in creating gender-neutral plays, open to all possibilities of casting for men and women.  Currently in a research and development period, supported by the Arts Council England, for production in 2014.

On Sara Pascoe: Sara is a writer, stand-up comedian and actress.
She has performed in The Thick of It, Campus, Twenty Twelve, appeared on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, QI and Stand Up For The Week.  She has written comedy for Channel 4 and the BBC.

On Susannah Tresilian: Susannah is a theatre director and radio producer.    She has directed theatre in the UK, Italy, Cyprus, Norway and Croatia.  She is a freelance producer on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, and is currently producing a documentary for BBC Radio 4 on feminist theatre.

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