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Thursday 19th and Saturday 21st April 2018 Guildhall Debut Theatre Evenings- God of Carnage/Departure Lounge

19th and Saturday 21st April 2018

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God of Carnage

For our debut theatre evening, God of Carnage, a one-act play centred on two couples who are determined to resolve their sons’ conflict but succumb, not so subtly, to their own inner demons.

Departure Lounge is a one-act musical about a group of British lads stuck in the limbo of a Spanish airport and the period between adolescence and adulthood.

God of Carnage, winner of Best in the Festival, Best Play, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress at The Wellington Drama Festival 2017, comes to Bury St Edmunds for an exclusive two-night performance run in tandem with Departure Lounge, a one-act musical of contemporary proportions.

 

Tickets available from Eventbrite website
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/god-of-carnage-departure-lounge-double-bill-theatre-evening-tickets-44628553204?aff=es2

The will be first public performance at the newly refurbished, historic Guildhall so don’t miss out.

Recommended for ages 15+. There are mature themes and swearing in both performances.

Reviews – God of Carnage

“God of Carnage, The Publican’s Men and Viva’s new drama festival entry. Terrific play and fabulous cast directed by Sarah Dowd.

Rob Barton, Kerry Hibbert, Rowan Maulder and Jenny Tayler-Surridge absolutely slay it (and the hamster, not really, no animals were harmed) only emotions.”

“I have been reviewing for GODA for many years and this is the best production I have seen in that time”

Reviews – Departure Lounge

**** (Four Stars) from Edinburgh Guide for Departure Lounge:

“The performances of all the cast are really excellent and the show is full of life!”

“With highly appropriate Spanish-flavoured guitar music (played by Jazz Bullen) and excellent singing of angst-filled songs, these characters eventually revealed their true selves and in this short space of time grew up. What a fantastic evening!”

Get your theatre hats on because you’re in for a wild ride.

Thursday 19 April and Saturday 21 April only.