Coming Soon at the New Venture Theatre

 

Friday 01 June - Saturday 02 June


Studio Theatre


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Elephant's Graveyard by George Brant


 (a rehearsed reading)

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There was a town. There was a circus. There was a railroad. There was an elephant. And there was a man with red hair. In 1916, a tiny town in Tennessee will experience the greatest show on Earth. A sight never before seen by any man and it’s going to put them on the map, forever. Combining historical fact and legend, this poignant and revealing play sheds a harsh spotlight on mankind’s lust for spectacle, violence and revenge. 

 

This amateur production of 'Elephant's Graveyard' is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.




Friday 15 June - Saturday 23 June


Main


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Jumpy by April de Angelis


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A frank and very funny family drama, which questions parental anxieties and life after 50.
Hilary, just turning 50, once protested at Greenham Common and sees herself as a feminist. Now her protests tend to focus on persuading her teenage daughter to go out fully clothed. Married to Mark for far too long – they rub along in a comfortable but sterile relationship. Their daughter, Tilly, is going through the typical teenage tantrums of many girls of her age, but when Hilary and Mark discover that she has started sleeping with her boyfriend they have to decide if they want to be liberal or bring in some discipline.

Jumpy premiered at the Royal Court in October 2011 to rave reviews.

 

The production contains strong language and is, therefore, not suitable for children.

 

 This amateur production of  'Jumpy' is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.




Friday 20 July - Saturday 28 July


Studio


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Lovesong by Abi Morgan


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 ‘Lovesong’ is the moving story of one couple, told from two different points in their lives – as young lovers in their 20s and as worldly companions looking back on their relationship. Their past and present selves collide in this haunting and beautiful tale of togetherness. All relationships have their ups and downs; the optimism of youth becomes the wisdom of experience.

From the writer of the 'The Hour', Abi Morgan.
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 The production contains explicit language and is, therefore, not suitable for children.

An Amateur Production in association with Independent Talent Group, Ltd.




 

 

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