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Calamity - A new LGBTQ play

Calamity - A new LGBTQ play

“What's wrong? Never been back to a bloke's flat before?

And do you seriously think you are the first to be here?

You think I'm not fussy about the company I keep?

Aabout who gets to stay and who gets to go?” 

In a locked room, in a flat above the city, two complete strangers struggle to comprehend what the other has in mind?

As a blurry Friday night begins to crawl towards an agonising dawn. it becomes clear that maybe one man's dreamland may be another man's Dystopia.

But will a knock at the door prove to be the divine intervention or happy ending in this sinister, uneasy and blackly-comincal urban folktale? 

A brand new play written by Lee Joseph (‘OLD GROUND’) will be directed by award-winning fil-maker Richard Addlesee and will premier exclusively for Salford's King's Arm's Theatre.

Just five performances and all start at 8pm. 

Approx 70 mins with no interval 

Age 16+ advised.

INFO AND ADVANCE TICKETS £5/£7 + £1 ticketweb fee via link below

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Published: 23-Nov-2019

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Calamity - A new LGBTQ play

Calamity - A new LGBTQ play

A brand new play written by Lee Joseph