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Bent by Martin Sherman at Landor Theatre from 27 April
Bent, by Martin Sherman, at the Landor Theatre, a fringe venue in Clapham, south London, from 27 April to 15 May 2010.
It is directed by Andrew Keates, and features Russell Morton (Max), Richard Beanland (Horst), Christopher Barley (Rudy), John Baar (Greta), Edward Lewis French(Wolf), Ian Mowat (Freddie), Filip Krenus (Officer/Captain), Lloyd Morris (Corporal), Edward Mitchell (Lieutenant/Guard/Kapo).
Sets and costumes by Freya Groves, lighting by Howard Hudson, sound by Connie Grover. Produced by ADK Productions in association with Theatrica Ltd. for the Landor Theatre.
1930’s Berlin: Max, a carefree gay man and his lover, Rudy are on the run after witnessing the murder of a German SA officer. The couple are caught and forced to board a train to the chilling concentration camp - Dachau. What follows is a story of love, survival and identity.