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April 2017

See How They Run

A farce by Philip King
Touring April 7 - 22

A former colleague calls on a vicar's wife and ignites a delicious farce of mistaken identity. Set in a post-war English village, King's play originally ran for 18 months at the Comedy Theatre in London's West End, notching up 589 performances with a cast which included the young Joan Hickson. A fast-paced drama of blissful hilarity.

Performances:
April 7 - Wingfield Barns 01379 384505
April 8 - The Cut, Halesworth 0845 673 2123
April 13 - Beccles Public Hall 01502 770060
April 15 – The Hub, Huntingfield 01986 799130
April 20 - Diss Corn Hall 01379 652241
April 21 - Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft 01502 589726
April 22 - Fisher Theatre, Bungay 01986 897130

 

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Recent
Past

A Dolls House November 2016

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Habeas Corpus - May 2016

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Uncle Vanya - November 2015

Uncle Vanya

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - May 2015

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Seperate Tables - November 2014

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Woman in Mind by Alan Ayckbourn - May 2014

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2013 September
An Inspector Calls
by JB Priestly

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2012 October
From Russia with Love
by Anton Chekhov
The Bear
The Proposal
The Evils of Tobacco

& Afterplay by Brian Friel

 

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2012 October
Revenge En Suite

Set in a hotel on the south coast of England in the mid 1920’s. Cast includes Open Space and RoughCast favourites

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2012 March
Betrayal by Harold Pinter


We had an excellent 10 day tour of Harold Pinter's play Betrayal, playing in full to capacity theatres. The popularity of Pinter surprised us, and the appreciation of the audiences, especially at The PumpHouse (Aldeburgh), a new venue for us, was heartening.

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'I can take an empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching...'
Peter Brook The Empty Space

Open Space Theatre, based in East Anglia,
offers fresh ideas in presenting a wide range
of performance from classical and
well-known contemporary drama
to issue-based plays by new writers.

Performances are staged in rural areas
where easy access to quality drama is limited.

 

 

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01986 894411
www.openspacetheatre.org.uk