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Cross Purpose by Albert Camus returns to King's Head
The AM Media's production of Cross Purpose, by Albert Camus, translated by Stuart Gilbert, returns to the King's Head Pub theatre, in Angel, north London, from 8 Jan to 2 Feb 2013, following its run at the same venue in Oct/Nov this year.
Cast includes Jamie Birkett, Paddy Navin, David Lomax, Kemi-Bo Jacobs, Leonard Fenton.
Directed by Stephen Whitson, designed by Jenny Gamble, lighting by Phil Hunter, costumes by Ilona Russell, sound by Tim Adnitt.
A man returns home to bring good fortune to his Mother and Sister, deciding to remain anonymous, a decision that ultimately proves fatal. He finds them running a guesthouse, murdering their wealthy guests and dumping them in a nearby river.