The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Bill Kenwright are presenting a new stage production of The Exorcist, adapted by John Pielmeier from the novel by William Peter Blatty. The prod...
2 Productions at Camden People's Theatre in October 2012
The Camden People's Theatre, a fringe venue near Warren Street, central London, announces two productions for October.
What Animals Say, by David Ireland, from 9 to 13 Oct 2012. Directed by Lorne Campbell, produced by Greyscale. Two old school friends meet by chance at Stranraer ferry port. Jimmy is a protestant from East Belfast, a penniless actor that nobody has heard of, on his way to the biggest audition of his life. Eddie is a protestant from East Belfast. He is the captain of Celtic FC, and everybody knows who he is. The problem is they all hate him. Neither of them knows it yet, but Mel is waiting to make it all much, much worse.
Drowning Rock, by Matthew Wood, from 16 Oct to 4 Nov 2012. Produced by Cyclopean Productions. A ghostly tale of the terrors of the sea, inspired by HP Lovecraft’s ‘The Shadow Over Innsmouth’. ‘The Woman in Black’ meets ‘Jaws’ in this haunting new production. On the desolate lighthouse at Drowning Rock, James Hawker uncovers the fate of his father and the terrifying secrets waiting in the dark waters beneath.